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Girls, Girls, Girls

Mötley Crüe

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
May 15th, 1987
Label:
Elektra Records
Reviews:
4 reviews (avg. 69%)
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2. Girls, Girls, Girls 04:30   Show lyrics
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3. Dancing on Glass 04:18   Show lyrics
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4. Bad Boy Boogie 03:27   Show lyrics
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5. Nona 01:27   Show lyrics
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6. Five Years Dead 03:50   Show lyrics
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7. All in the Name of... 03:39   Show lyrics
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8. Sumthin' for Nuthin' 04:41   Show lyrics
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9. You're All I Need 04:33   Show lyrics
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10. Jailhouse Rock (Live, Elvis Presley cover) 04:39   Show lyrics
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Band members
Nikki Sixx Bass, Vocals
Tommy Lee Drums, Vocals
Mick Mars Guitars
Vince Neil Vocals (lead)
Guest/Session
Dave Amato Vocals (additional)
John Purdell (R.I.P. 2003) Vocals (additional)
Pat Torpey Vocals (additional)
Phyllis St. James Vocals (additional)
Tommy Funderburk Vocals (additional)
Bob Carlisle Vocals (additional)
Miscellaneous staff
Duane Baron Engineering
Stephen Innocenzi Mastering (CD)
Bob Ludwig Mastering (LP)
Tom Werman Producer
Nikki Sixx Bass, Vocals
Tommy Lee Drums, Vocals
Mick Mars Guitars
Vince Neil Vocals (lead)
Dave Amato Vocals (additional)
John Purdell (R.I.P. 2003) Vocals (additional)
Pat Torpey Vocals (additional)
Phyllis St. James Vocals (additional)
Tommy Funderburk Vocals (additional)
Bob Carlisle Vocals (additional)
Duane Baron Engineering
Stephen Innocenzi Mastering (CD)
Bob Ludwig Mastering (LP)
Tom Werman Producer
Read Inconsistent, repetitive,... 65% The_Blacksmith March 19th, 2009
Read Motley Crues last metal... 90% absurder21 November 2nd, 2008
Read Not as bad as one would... 81% PowerMetalGuardian June 15th, 2004
Read Something went wrong. 41% Nightcrawler February 22nd, 2004
The 1999 Motley Records rerelease contains five bonus tracks. "Jailhouse Rock" is a live version of the classic rock 'n roll song. "Girls Girls Girls" and "Wild Side" are included in instrumental version too. These were the two main songs from the album, and were the two the band concentrated on, admitting that the rest was a half-assed performance.

"Like "Theatre of Pain," "Girls Girls Girls" could have been a phenomenal record, but we were too caught up in our own personal bullshit to put any effort into it. You can actually hear the distance that had grown between us in our performance. If we hadn't managed to force two songs out of ourselves (the title track and "Wild Side"), the album would have been the end of our careers." -Nikki Sixx from "The Dirt" (a Crue bio)

"Nona" is an alternate version, and "Rodeo" is an unreleased track.

Rereleased in 2003 on Hip-O Records with all of the 1999 bonus tracks, plus "All in the Name of..." (live in Moscow) and a video for "Girls, Girls, Girls".

Reissued by Eleven Seven Music on September 30th 2008 as the Crücial Crüe Edition remastered with the same bonus tracks as the 2003 reissue.
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