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Reseña de álbum

Backing away from the mild pseudo-Satanic posturing on parts of Shout at the Devil in favor of a more glammed-up image, Mötley Crüe really began to hit their commercial stride with Theatre of Pain, which broke them on MTV with the power ballad "Home Sweet Home" and a remake of Brownsville Station's "Smokin' in the Boys' Room"; the latter also landed them on the Top 40 singles chart for the first time. Overall, the guitar riffing sounds less heavy metal and more pop-metal; similarly, the sound of the record is slicker and more arranged, polished for mainstream acceptance and airplay. A higher percentage of dull filler has crept into the songwriting, but there are still enough high points to rescue the album's momentum. [In 1999, the Crüe remastered and reissued Theatre of Pain on their own Motley/Beyond label with five bonus tracks: demos of "Home Sweet Home," "Keep Your Eye on the Money," and "City Boy Blues," plus rough mixes of "Smokin' in the Boys' Room" and "Home Sweet Home" (the latter an instrumental).]

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Good To See Motley Back On iTunes

This was the folow up to "Shout At the Devil" and the band was on a continual downward spiral. Vince had killed his buddy from Hanoi Rocks in a drunk driving accident and the bands drug use was getting more and more out of control. It would hit its worst on the "Girls Girls Girls" tour. This was Motley's glam phase. If you watch the video for "Smokin' in the Boys Room" it almost seems like Poison rather than Motley crue. Once you get past the image though, there are some great songs on this album. They include "Use it or Loose it", "Home Sweet Home" and "Save Our Souls". This isn't Motley's best album, "Shout at the Devil" is. But there are a few hidden gems worth checking out.


I grew up listening to the Crue, and out of all of their albums, I would rank this #1 This is my list of albums in order of awesomeness 1.Theatre of Pain 2. Too Fast For Love 3. Shout at the Devil 4. Girls, Girls, Girls 5. Dr. Feelgood Now this album is classic Crue from start to finish, I know more than half of this album by heart. This is how I rate the songs City Boys Blue - My dad's fav song on the album, but not mine. Doesn't stand out at the beginning, but once it picks up, it is pretty good. Good Opening for a great album. 8/10 Smokin' In the Boy's Room - The first Motley Crue song I recognized when I first started getting into them at the age of 11. Good stuff, and great harmonica solo! I love the music video for this too. Grade A Motley Crue 9/10 Louder Than Hell - Probably one of my favs on the album. Great drums, great guitar, and some great vocals. I just wish it was longer... 10/10 Keep Your Eye On the Money - Another one of my favs, great cowbell! Probably one of the most catchy guitar parts on the album. 9.5/10 Home Sweet Home - Overrated song, but that does not mean it is not awesome! One of the first power ballads, and inspired me to start playing piano. 8.5/10 Tonight (We Need a Lover) - Never really stood out to me, but still pretty good. 7.5/10 Use It or Lose It - Great guitar part, nice drums. Really picking up the pace! Hardest song on the album. 8.5/10 Save Our Souls - Another one that doesn't stand out. My second least favorite on the album. 7/10 Raise Your Hands to Rock - My dad loves this song, but I could never see why. My least favorite on the album. 6.5/10 Fight For Your Rights - This is the most kickass Motley Crue song ever. Once of the most catchy guitar parts in the history of forver, and...well...everything is great in this song! The best part is that it even has a message along with it. Best Motley Crue song. 9000/10 So buy this album, you will not regret it!

Welcome Back

welcome back motley crue! We missed ya; now all we need is classic def leppard and AC/DC


Fecha de formación: Los Angeles, CA, 1980

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Mötley Crüe fue una de las primeras y más influyentes bandas del hair metal de los '80. Luego de firmar contrato con Elektra Records, la banda lanzó Shout at the Devil en 1983. Su album Theatre of Pain, de 1985, los convirtió en estrellas; poderosa balada "Home Sweet Home" fue su primer éxito puesto al aire por la MTV, y se convirtió en el video musical más requerido del canal durante cuatro meses seguidos. Tras una pausa para tratamientos de rehabilitación, el grupo retornó en 1989 con el trepa-listas...
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