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Mötley Crüe: Carnival of Sins (2005)

A concert film by Motley Crue on the Carnival Of Sins Tour 2005 in Grand Rapids, Michigan U.S.A.

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A concert film by Motley Crue on the Carnival Of Sins Tour 2005 in Grand Rapids, Michigan U.S.A.

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An excellent comeback for Motley Crue
29 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Let me start off my review of this DVD with the simple and honest truth:I have been one of the biggest Motley Crue fans ever since I have been big into hair metal. And,while it may be disappointing that the hair metal era may no longer be popular,it is great to see Motley Crue back together. Their most recent DVD,"Carnival of Sins-Live",is a reminder of the good times that Motley Crue gave their fans in both the 80's and today.

Truth be told,while this DVD needed a little fixing up before its release,it is still solid and well put together. Right here,you get to see the original line-up of Motley Crue (Vince Neil,Nikki Sixx,Tommy Lee,and Mick Mars)performing live in Grand Rapids,MI in 2005 on their "Carnival of Sins" reunion tour. This DVD is a perfect return for Motley Crue--Vince Neil,Nikki Sixx,Tommy Lee,and Mick Mars are all in jovial moods during the concert that is on disc one of this DVD,and they bring back their on-stage personalities and on-stage antics from their 80's concerts on-stage to the concert that is on this DVD. The song selection of Motley Crue songs that are performed on the concert that is too be found on disc one of this DVD is excellent,and it is nice to see Motley Crue performing both old and new hits,ranging from "Dr. Feelgood" to "If I Die Tomorrow",along with underrated Crue material such as "Ten Seconds To Love" and "On With The Show". It was excellent thinking on the parts of Vince Neil,Nikki Sixx,Tommy Lee,and Mick Mars,and it helps make this DVD (moslty)complete. It would have been nice had Nikki Sixx put more effort into his bass solo that was included here and if Tommy Lee had done the same thing for/with his drum solo,but the rest of the concert that was filmed for this DVD is excellent. It is nice to see that Motley Crue can still play rock and roll,despite the fact that they are all getting old now.

The bonus features that are on disc two of this DVD,which include several behind the scenes segments for this tour,a movie called "Disaster" which was based around Motley Crue's "Carnival of Sins" reunion tour and this DVD,as well as Motley Crue's three new music videos (a time lapse video for "On With The Show" off of the "Too Fast For Love" album,and the new videos for "If I Die Tomorrow" and "Sick Love Song",which were written and recorded for Motley Crue's "Red,White and Crue" anthology album)are very entertaining and exciting. Motley Crue sure do know how to make their fans happy--and this whole DVD is proof of just that!!!!! One of the best concert DVDS that has ***ever*** been released,and an excellent supplement to the history and music of Motley Crue.


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