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|Ranking all 9 Motley Crue's Albums.|
Just my personal opinion , feel free to disagree:D
Shout at the Devil
By far there best album in my opinion. A really great hardrock record, that features awesome riffs, and damn catchy songs. "Looks that kill" is probably one of my favourite rock songs of all time. And it was also the album that really put them on the map in the USA!
Too Fast for Love
Bad ass album, really raw sounding rock'n'roll. There most kick ass album in my opinion. I still listen sometimes to it.
This was the first album that I owned by the Crue. Back then I wasn't that into music and mainly just listened to what was on the radio. But one time I was in the car with my dad and kickstart my heart played on the radio, on some rock station. I loved the track so much, that I decided to buy the album, was probably the first album I ever bought and I loved every track on this damn album back then ( yes even the horrible without you ). Dr Feelgood helped me get into music, and developed my love for music. Nowadays I listen to everything from death - Prince - Slayer - Kanye West - Yes, and without the experience with this album I maybe would still be listening to mostly what's popular on the radio at the moment.
Girls, Girls, Girls
Maybe at this point ( if you started at number 9) you are thinking that I really dislike Motley Crue. Well that is not true, they where one of the first bands that got me into rock / 80s Hardrock and I really like there first few albums (exept theatre of Pain). Girls Girls Girls was the second album I owned by them and i played it a lot back then. Nowadays I see the flaws it has, as a music album, but still like it. A very enjoyable listen, that sets you right back in the 80s.
There first and only album without lead singer Vince Neil. He was replaced by john Corabi and the music was pretty different from what the typical Crüe fan was used to. A lot darker and heavier, and I think corabi did a good job on it. They should have kept him as the new lead singer, cause the albums after this one sucked big time, for the most part. But because the music business is all about the money, and this didn't sold well (it only went gold in the usa, compared to the 6xPlatinum success of Dr. Feelgood a big disappointment) he was thrown out of the band. I would have been interested in seeing how the next album with him would have sounded. Cause I think the selftitled album was pretty good.
Theatre of Pain
Never was a big fan of this album. I think if the best song on your album is a cover, which it is then you kind of have a problem.
Saints of Los Angeles
There last album, and at least they went out with a pretty average album, that had some good singles on it. But most of the album is just bland modern radio rock.
I think this is there only album without drummer tommy Lee, but even if he would have played on this album it would still have sucked, considering the songs on here are just pretty much unsaveable. If it wasn't for the horrible generation swine, this would definitely be on the last place. Listen to the masterpiece that is "Porno Star" I mean does it get any worse ?
One of the worst albums I have ever heard. When I first heard it i couldn't even get through half of these terrible songs. If you want to suffer a bit, or actually question If you want to live, listen to this album. And if you want a proof of how bad the album sucks, just listen to Glitter. It will save you a lot of time, you are welcome.
|Snake, the king of "one list per day"|
|1-9 are 0|
|I'll admit I liked these guys when I was younger but damn, you'll grow hair on your ballsack someday right?|
|Hahaha :D |
|Spot on list, wouldn't re-order it whatsoever. Those first two albums were their best work.|
|'I think if the best song on your album is a cover, then you kind of have a problem.'|
agreed! but it's the worst one on here...
|Really ? :D i quite like it. Do you like theatre of pain? |
|love theatre of pain bro.....was one of my entry albums in to rock and metal back in the 80's.....i have it 5'd haha|
|Nice dude. So theatre of pain is basically to you, what Dr. Feelgood was to me :D |
|@Titan nah it's actually the best, but it still sucks which means everything else sucks harder.|