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Shout At the Devil

Mötley Crüe

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Shout At the Devil is the album that broke Motley Crue to the big time, inflating their seething street-level riffs to stadium rock proportions. The title track was a calling card for the new Crue. A fist-pumping anthem driven by Tommy Lee’s thunderous drums, the song freely courts the satanic associations that would begin to mar heavy metal in the mid-Eighties. “Red Hot” and “Knock ‘Em Dead” return the band to the high-velocity rock of Too Fast For Love, even though the songs are slightly less developed this time around. With its churning groove and creepy-yet-infectious hook, “Looks That Kill” is the album’s undeniable centerpiece — check out the demo version for an even rawer take on this Crue classic. At least as important as the music is the album cover itself, a take-off on the Beatles’ Let It Be that captures the band members in all their painted glory. Even if the band had not quite found the hook-heavy songwriting style that would blow them up in the years to come, Shout At the Devil crystallizes the image and attitude that would turn Motley Crue into heavy metal superstars.

Customer Reviews

Best....

This is the best Motley Crue album. Buy it. If you haven't bought tickets to cruefest you missed out!!!!

WILL THE REAL MOTLEY PLEASE STAND UP ?

Everybody always rates The Crue's albums to Dr. Feelgood which IMO was no where near as cool as Shout At The Devil. This is their best. Buy it first, then get Too Fast For Love.

Best Ever Crue

I'm a huge Cruehead and love all their stuff... but there's no doubt that Shout at the Devil is their magnum opus. They were still raw and hungry like on Too Fast for Love, full of attitude, angst, hormones, and energy... but the songwriting and musicianship is far better than on Too Fast. Every song is a classic... you can't go wrong! If I had to pick one song on this ablum that (to me) sums up Motley best it would probably be Ten Second to Love. Sleazy, sexy, and powerful it is the perfect Crue song... incredible vocals, great bass line, powerful drums, and one of the the coolest and sleaziest guitar riffs in rock history!!! (BTW... their new album Saints of Los Angeles is their best work since Shout... if you don't have it, buy it too!)

Biography

Formed: 1980 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Mötley Crüe were undeniably one of the most popular hard rock/pop-metal acts of the 1980s. Combining the theatrics and glam of Kiss with the hard power pop hooks of Cheap Trick, the Crüe out-partied, out-rocked, and outsold most of their competition. The band even managed to hit the pop chart with frequency with hits like "Dr. Feelgood" and "Without You." The combination of larger-than-life personalities that made up the L.A. band was too volatile to remain stable; singer Vince Neil and drummer Tommy...
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