#1
Hey, I got Mötley Crüe's newest album "Saints of Los Angeles" last week or so. And as I'm listening to it and headbanging and all the 80s crap, I'm saying to myself, "Dude... Mötley Crüe is the ****ing ****... these guys rock, and this album rocks." I seriously reccomend it foreveryone who likes Hair/Glam Metal, or basically anyone who likes anything, I'd reccomend this too!

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#2
I love the Crue. I love the new album. Not as much as Dr. Feelgood or Too Fast for Love, but this album is awesome.
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#3
Sweet. I wonder what someone would answer in the 80's if you asked them if Motley would be around in 20 years :P
#4
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Sweet. I wonder what someone would answer in the 80's if you asked them if Motley would be around in 20 years :P


I imagine back then it was safely assumed they would all be dead.

Still yet to hear this album, I have doubts that it will match up to any of their old stuff.
#5
the new album is pretty damn good with the exception of "just another psycho" and "mother****er of the year"

highlights are "chicks=trouble", "face down in the dirt" "down at the whiskey' and the title track.

all in all a very good album.
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#6
I think the album is great and the new album is great but I think ''Just Another Psycho'', and ''Mother****er Of The Year'' are great. CRUEFEST was ****in great.
#7
So far I'm a big fan of MF of the Year....have to listen to the cd a few more times before really forming an opinion, but so far it sounds ok, but not mind blowing.
#8
the new album is immense

not a weak song on there at all.

all very motley and very catchy. title track is my fave at the mo but i love all the songs, crue are back and ready to take over the world

rock on.

lets hope they tour the uk soon!
#9
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Sweet. I wonder what someone would answer in the 80's if you asked them if Motley would be around in 20 years :P

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#10
Yah I love the new record too ! My favorite is the title, but very close to that comes down at the whisky, which is one of the hardest (& the nicest :P) tales of a band's ''fame-in-the-process''.
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#12
Nikki has died. TWICE. He just won't stay dead.

I love this album, it's incredible. Is it Motley's best work? Probably not but it is a huge success and near the top of the list. Mick shreds his top hat off, Nikki can actually play bass in time now and his lyrics have improved, Tommy (as always) plays the drums with strong emotion which is something not many drummers can do like he can and Vince proves all the haters wrong with this album, he can still scream!

This album for my bandmate and I is one of those albums that defines our lives. The themes throughout the album of rebellian, sleaze, struggle and being hated for trying to do something new really show who we are. Thats what music is all about, relating.

Rock on Motley!
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#13
i ****ing love down at the whiskey! cant stop listening to it, theres no tabs though