I'm looking forward to the film, but fack this song is garbage. Vince sounds like ass -- the chorus is so flat
I can't wait for the movie either, but agree, song is weak. It's gross how obvious the ghostwriting is. This doesn't sound like The Crue at all. I wish they would stop being lazy and actually try to write their own music again.
Digging: Akasha - Canticles of the Sepulchral Deity
at this point i expect nothing else. vince is a joke tbqh. the guy looked like a balloon when i saw them on their farewell tour, he just doesn't try anymore.
I don't expect much either, but they are my all time favorite band, so a bit more effort would be appreciated haha. Yeah Vince looks absolutely T E R R I B L E , but he still sounds surprisingly okay, so I'll take it.
more like motley booooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
I gotta say, casting MGK as Tommy Lee was inspired. One shitty rapper wannabe rockstar playing another rockstar wannabe shitty rapper.
Song was alright... until MGK
Digging: Elizabeth Colour Wheel - Nocebo
it's not a **terrible** song, just not motley crue
These dudes were the real thing.
Digging: Venom Prison - Samsara
Honestly as cringe as it sounds "MGK Featured On New Motley Crue Track", I was expecting worse.
Digging: Morbid Angel - Heretic
I think it was a good idea to keep his parts minimal! I initially cringed too, but he wasn't bad on it at all.
Digging: Children of Bodom - Hexed
Vince Neil has always been the worst part about the band, and this isn't any different. The guest appearance basically did nothing as well.
Digging: Behemoth - Demigod
post-1991 vince is iffy, but he ruled in the 80's
Track wasn't nearly as bad as the article title implied.
Also sorta makes sense that this was ghostwritten. I swear I've heard that hook melody before.
John Corabi was better imo
Song was middling but it's cool to at least know the guys are back to kind of speaking. MGK was not good at all, not least of all because of those painful lyrics, but hopefully the guy can act at least. I'll see the movie as long as reviews are decent. Also SOLA was a solid album for what it was.
John Corabi is amazing, but with only one MC album, it's kind of hard to tell if he would have continued to be quality. Vince from '81-'91 was a beast, especially Shout at the Devil & Dr. Feelgood.
This is insanely terrible jfc
Digging: Trivium - Shogun
I love John Corabi voice and his guitar playing, but shit. But Vince was the perfect vocalist for this band in the '80s. Replacing him with Crabby was like replacing David Lee Roth with Sammy Hagar; sure the guy was a better singer, but the band just wasn't the same.
I could've gone without ever seeing this headline
Digging: Mineral - The Power of Failing
Who gives a F
Digging: Grateful Dead - Cornell 5/8/77
"I love John Corabi voice and his guitar playing, but shit. But Vince was the perfect vocalist for this band in the '80s. Replacing him with Crabby was like replacing David Lee Roth with Sammy Hagar; sure the guy was a better singer, but the band just wasn't the same."
The only thing is that their s/t is better than their 80's works, and they became complete shit after Vince came back. But I'm in the minority on that one so I digress.
s/t is their 3rd best after Too Fast For Love & Shout @ The Devil
This is so "hey guys we're still cool" it hurts.
"The only thing is that their s/t is better than their 80's works, and they became complete shit after Vince came back. But I'm in the minority on that one so I digress."
There's probably a reason why you're in the minority. They may have been shit after Vince returned but s/t doesn't sniff Dr. Feelgood, Too Fast For Love or Shout at the Devil.
lol you must be batshit insane if you think i'm clicking play on that
oh boy this band
Sounds like classic rock 🤗
Bunch of shit
I don't even know.