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Motley Crue

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Motely Crue

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Produced by Bob Rock and featuring John Corabi on vocals and guitar, the self-titled 1994 Motley Crue album divided fans and critics

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For this week’s requested review we’re taking a ride on the wild side, revisiting Mötley Crüe’s self-titled 1994 album, the only one featuring John Corabi on lead vocals. Mega producer Bob Rock returned after helming the successful Dr. Feelgood album, but the sheen of the Sunset Strip was cast aside for a heavier twin guitar attack. With a new singer and new sound, the album divided fans and critics at the time, and the album failed to meet commercial expectations in the prime alternative and grunge years. Is this a classic hard rock album awaiting rediscovery? Tune in to find out.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Hooligan’s Holiday
  • 23:39 - Uncle Jack
  • 30:17 - Poison Apples
  • 33:44 - Misunderstood
  • 41:41 - Welcome to the Numb
  • Outro - Hammered

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