Mötley Crüe XXX: 30 Years Of Girls, Girls, Girls (CD + DVD)
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- Number of Discs: 2
- Released: August 25, 2017
- Originally Released: 1987
- Label: Eleven Seven Music
Tracks on Disc 2:
- 1.Wild Side
- 2.Girls, Girls, Girls
- 3.Dancing on Glass
- 4.Bad Boy Boogie
- 6.Five Years Dead
- 7.All in the Name Of...
- 8.Sumthin' for Nuthin'
- 9.You're All I Need
- 10.Jailhouse Rock [Live]
This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files. Enhancements include the "Girls Girls Girls" video.
Motley Crue: Vince Neil (vocals); Mick Mars (guitar, background vocals); Tommy Lee (piano, drums, background vocals); Nikki Sixx (bass, background vocals).
Additional personnel: Tommy Funderburk, Phyllis St. James, Dave Amato, Pat Torpey, John Purdell, Bob Carlisle (background vocals).
Principally recorded at Conway Recording Studios, Los Angeles, California in March 1987. Includes interviews conducted by Alan K. Stout.
Digitally remastered by Chris Solem (1999, Future Disc).
Personnel: Mick Mars (vocals, guitar); Tommy Lee (vocals, piano, drums); Phyllis Saint James, Dave Amato, John Purdell, Nikki Sixx , Pat Torpey, Tommy Funderburk, Vince Neil, Bob Carlisle (vocals).
Liner Note Authors: Mick Mars; Nikki Sixx ; Tommy Lee; Vince Neil.
Editor: Ben Guzman.
Photographer: Barry Levine.
Despite plummeting to the depths of hard-drug abuse and alcoholism, Motley Crue scored another mega-hit album with 1987's GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS. With singer Vince Neil's vehicular manslaughter trial behind him, the Crue was able to concentrate solely on the music. But GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS is still not up to par with Motley Crue's first two classic albums, TOO FAST FOR LOVE and SHOUT AT THE DEVIL, due to the presence of many forgettable songs. Even bassist Nikki Sixx has since admitted that the out-of-control Crue should not have been touring or recording at the time.
The videos for the album's first two rocking cuts, "Wild Side" and the title track, were aired constantly on MTV throughout the summer of '87. A disturbing third clip was made for the ballad "You're All I Need" but was subsequently banned by the network. GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS also features a tribute to Sixx's late grandmother "Nona," an unnecessary live cover of Elvis Presley's "Jailhouse Rock," and such anti-drug messages as "Dancing on Glass" and "Five Years Dead"-ironic in light of the Crue's known active-user status
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