Poll: What’s the best Motley Crue song?
What’s the best Motley Crue song? That’s what we want to know from you in this week’s Loudwire Nights Artist of the Week poll!
Each week, we will ask you to choose your favorite track from a list of 10 of the greatest songs from the next Artist of the Week catalog.
You will have until Friday noon ET to vote. We will then play the three tracks with the most votes during the Loudwire Nights Artist of the Week block to start the following Monday’s show!
This week we are focusing on one of the most popular hair metal bands of all time: Motley Crue. Formed in 1981, Crue revolutionized hard rock by injecting their bad boy attitude into their music.
While their first album Too fast for love had its share of gems, their second album from 1983 Cry to the devil really put them on the map, especially because of the images associated with the album.
Theater of Pain and Girls, Girls, Girls followed over the next few years and then they released Dr Feelgood, which spawned a collection of singles and became their No. 1 debut album. The band then spent part of the 1990s with John Corabi on vocals, but reunited with original vocalist Vince Neil towards the end of the decade in 1997.
Motley Crue’s most recent album Los Angeles Saints was released in 2008, and they signed an agreement stating that they would not shoot after December 31, 2015. However, with the release of the 2019 Netflix movie Dirtiness, the group knew they were missed by their fans and that the newer ones they had gathered through the film wanted to experience them live – so they announced the Stadium tour, which is now expected to take place in 2022.
With nine studio albums, there is a whole selection of songs to choose from. Head down below to vote for your favorite Crue song, and tune in to Loudwire Nights next Monday at 7 p.m. ET to check out the three tracks that prevailed.
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