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Mötley Crüe: Greatest Video Hits (2003)

This is a music video collection showcasing all of Motley Crue's music videos going back to 1981 and running till 2000 and includes performances by the original Motley Crue and features ... See full summary »
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This is a music video collection showcasing all of Motley Crue's music videos going back to 1981 and running till 2000 and includes performances by the original Motley Crue and features videos with later members John Corabi and Randy Castillo. Written by Anonymous

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If you like the Crue, you'll like this
5 September 2005 | by See all my reviews

Motley Crue is a great hair metal band. I specify "hair metal" because as a regular rock band they're crap. Hair metal is a different style of music altogether and graded as such, the Crue are one of the all-time best. They've got the image, the sound, and the lyrics.

The videos are another thing. Some of the '80s videos like "Home Sweet Home" were ridiculously cheesy but good fun. (The opening with Nikki, Tommy, Vince and Mick answering their phones is just plain silly and looks like something from "Bill and Ted" or "Fast Times at Ridgemont High".) Later on they got a bit darker. "Girls, Girls, Girls" (their best song tied with "Dr. Feelgood") follows the Crue as they ride their motorcycles to a strip club and watch babes strip down. The uncensored version includes nudity.

"Dr. Feelgood" is a music video about a drug dealer and it's a bit reminiscent of "Scarface" starring Al Pacino. I didn't like it too much because I thought the bits with Vince singing were quite cheesy and annoying.

The Crue have changed a lot over the years - image-wise and musically - and this presents all their stuff from '81 - 2000. If you're a fan of the Crue or just getting into them now, it's a good place to start - along with the new "Red White & Crue" greatest hits compilation, which rocks.


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