#4
that was a cool live performance on jimmy kimmel, poor mick looks like he's already dead, cept his hands flyin all over his guitar!


the single is F**kin badass I can't wait to get the cd!
#6
I agree with Lio_Nightrain, the single is badass. I was just rocking the Dr. Feelgood album this morning and lets just say I about blew the speakers out of my 93 Cutlass Supreme. I cant wait to see them this summer, it's just unfortinate that they are touring with Buckchery, Trapt, and Papa Roach, those guys succckkkkk!
#7
The single's pretty sweet. Just wish Vince could lose some weight and get back to singing all the words to songs. I would love to see them but I can't make the closest show here cause of school
#8
Ya I'm really pissed about the other bands on the bill, sept sixx am, n' I don't really mind Buckchery, but the others JUST DON'T BELONG THERE!!!

n' on to Vince.... I really do wish he would get n' shape, sh*t Axl did it, but Vince, will always be Vince, so I wasnt really expecting to be blown away by his vocals, I just Really liked the new song, and the way the band was reacting off each other! its the old Crue again!!!


-Lio
#9
I really liked the new song, not as much as their old stuff, but it´s worth buying! Too bad the video isn´t as good as the song.
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#10
The lyrics were alright. Mick's playing sounds like he has gotten better. It sounds and feels like Motley Crue though. No one listens for the lyrics anyway.

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The single's pretty sweet. Just wish Vince could lose some weight and get back to singing all the words to songs. I would love to see them but I can't make the closest show here cause of school


When did Vince ever sing all the words?
#11
I really like the new sound on this - The band sound solid, it's a good rhythm to it, and it's great to see Mick still tearing it up like it was still 1989. And like a true rock song, the louder it is, the better . Okay, so maybe the bands that're on Cruefest aren't the best selection, but tbh none of them are the main attraction, are they? (And also, 2 of them - Buckcherry and sixx:am are on Nikki's Label. Go figure). I used to like Papa Roach, never heard of trapt, buckcherry are good for a drunken sing-a-long, and sixx:am have a few decent numbers.
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#12
I think that Sixx A.M. does have some deicent songs;however, it would 100 times more badass if Nikki would have brought the ****ing Brides of Destruction instead!
#14
^ I most whole-heartedly agree. however, brides don't sell books... What's happened to that band these days anyway?
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#17
Its a good song, lets just hope the album follows the same direction. I have tix for the Cruefest Really just to see Crue though. I will watch the other bands but imagine if they had bands like Ratt, W.A.S.P., L.A. GUNS, Great White, ect. support them. Keep Rockin Crue.
#18
i thinks its gd the crue r takin newer bands wit them on crue fest cuase they,ll pik up younger audiences
#19
Quote by Night_Train87
I think that Sixx A.M. does have some deicent songs;however, it would 100 times more badass if Nikki would have brought the ****ing Brides of Destruction instead!

Would be kinda tough since they don't exactly exist anymore. The singer London somethingorother is now in a band with George Lynch called the 'Souls Of We'. And Traci Guns is doing his own version of L.A. Guns now with the original singer they had before Phil Lewis.