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Mötley Crüe is the sixth studio album by American hard rock band Mötley Crüe. It was released on March 15, 1994, and is the only album that does not feature lead singer Vince Neil, who had departed from the band in 1992. Neil was replaced by former The Scream vocalist John Corabi on the album. It is also their last to be produced by Bob Rock.
It was released on November 14, 1998 on Mötley/Hip-O. Tommy Lee recorded his drum tracks for the album's two new songs, the single "Bitter Pill" and the promo single "Enslaved" and then started a prison sentence of five months. Additionally, a remix version of "Glitter" is included. The tour for the album began after Lee's release from prison.
With new frontman John Corabi (formerly of LA rockers The Scream, and now fronting The Dead Daisies), the Crüe attempted a bold reinvention, dressing down and making a grunge-influenced record. In America, the album sold just 500,000 copies: the preceding Dr. Feelgood had shifted five million. 3. Dr. Feelgood (Elektra, 1989). Mötley Crüe never needed an excuse for a party, but when their fifth album topped the US chart – the only Crüe album to do so – it was the sweetest of victories. Having seen LA rivals Guns N’ Roses attain world domination, the Crüe served notice with Dr. Feelgood that they were still major players.
Аудиокнига MÖTLEY CRÜE выйдет в конце и. .
1. Take Me to the Top. 2. Red Hot. Looks That Kill. 5. Shout at the Devil. Album, 26 Сентябрь 1983, Elektra Records. Re-Issue in 2003 by Elektra Records with 4 bonustracks.
The Ol’ Situation: Mötley Crüe wrote the majority of 1997’s Generation Swine without Vince Neil in mind, which is ironic since the record may be best known as Neil’s return to the band. From the onset, Crüe’s then-label Elektra insinuated - and later outright insisted - that the band needed Neil, but Sixx and Lee preferred writing with John Corabi, whose voice and disposition allowed the band to explore new sonic dimensions. While superior to any album they did afterward, Crüe’s self-titled disc was a valiant effort that missed the goalpost by inches. This wasn’t a band built for nuance, which left the Temple of the Dog-like Misunderstood and the psych-lite Loveshine flapping weakly in the wind. And trying to rub mud and distortion over the familiar fist pumping anthemics was not a good look.
Mötley Crüe was an American heavy metal band formed in Los Angeles, California on January 17, 1981. The group was founded by bass guitarist Nikki Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee, lead singer Vince Neil and lead guitarist Mick Mars. Mötley Crüe has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, including 25 million albums in the United States, making them one of the best-selling bands of all time. The members of the band have often been noted for their hedonistic lifestyles and the persona they maintained.