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Motley Crue's New Album-Saints Of Los Angeles
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    Motley Crue's New Album-Saints Of Los Angeles

    Did anyone pick it up? I did and I'm kinda disappointed. I haven't really listened to every song all the way through, but based on what I've heard so far it's not very impressive. I think I just need to give it time to grow on me a bit, it's definently different from their older stuff.

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    I've heard their single, it's not bad but it's not up to my expectations. I haven't bought the new album though.
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    The Crue died right after "Girls, Girls, Girls."

    Loved 'em like crazy until Bob Cock destroyed their sound with the power-pop crap, "Dr. Feelgood."

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    Another 80's band epically fails in the 21st century.

    I just don't understand why these bands feel like they have to change their sound to appeal to younger audiences. You're popular for what you were and you'd sell a helluva alot more records if you'd just make a new album like that.

    I fear for Van Halen IV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diamonddave View Post
    Another 80's band epically fails in the 21st century.

    I just don't understand why these bands feel like they have to change their sound to appeal to younger audiences. You're popular for what you were and you'd sell a helluva alot more records if you'd just make a new album like that.

    I fear for Van Halen IV.
    I agree with this post.
    I have my hopes high for Metalica though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unchainedguitars View Post
    The Crue died right after "Girls, Girls, Girls."

    Loved 'em like crazy until Bob Cock destroyed their sound with the power-pop crap, "Dr. Feelgood."
    Gotta disagree with you unchained, a little bit. I enjoyed Dr. Feelgood years ago. But now, I haven't listened to it in ages, it does seem over produced.

    Anyway, I have no interest in new material from Motley Crue. That ship has sailed. The only reason I would see them live again is if Tommy brought back the spinning drum set from the "Girls" tour. Without a doubt, that was one of the coolest things I've ever seen in a live show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unchainedguitars View Post
    The Crue died right after "Girls, Girls, Girls."

    Loved 'em like crazy until Bob Cock destroyed their sound with the power-pop crap, "Dr. Feelgood."
    I thought I was alone there...
    I agree with your post, Unchained.
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    Hmm, well, I think Dr. Feelgood is pretty good album, it has some good tunes, but I like Girls, Girls, Girls, and Shout at the Debil a lot better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JONEZY View Post
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    The only reason I would see them live again is if Tommy brought back the spinning drum set from the "Girls" tour. Without a doubt, that was one of the coolest things I've ever seen in a live show.
    Motley Cre's Wild Side? Damn, really a nice tune.
    And that drum kit was the S**T!

    Wolfgang Van Halen - "I love being a bass player. Its just me and Al a groove section. Just boom, boom, boom, and were good". GW
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    I like Dr. Feelgood. To me that was Motley Crue throwing everything they had at you at once.

    I did hear this new "Saints of Los Angeles" song on the radio once. It didn't sound too different from their old stuff, that I could tell, but it just didn't do much for me. I can relate to "Girls, Girls, Girls," but can I relate to a song about Saints in Los Angeles? I thought the Saints were in New Orleans. That would've made more sense.

 

 

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