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Mötley Crüe

For anyone coming of age in the 1980s, the rise of glam metal served as a rite of passage which most of us would rather forget. Winger, Ratt, Warrant...we have consigned these bands to mothballed oblivion for trafficking in lyrical cliches and fancified guitar fluff. Perhaps the only such band that deserves to escape the fate of a rogue Cheerio under a sofa cushion is Motley Crue. A&R opportunists and image consultants be damned, these Metal diehards have managed to keep their priorities straight by staying true to their legion of fans. These confrontational and hedonistic anti-heroes have made records we need not be entirely ashamed of owning. "Shout at the Devil" and "Home Sweet Home" have not tarnished with age, perhaps because the appeal of these songs is so primal -- requiring responses no more sophisticated than a fist in the air or a misty, sentimental tear. Even Generation Swine (1997) is -- for a comeback album -- audacious, heavy, and untamed. It demonstrates that the Crue's music is still capable of liberating fans, however briefly, from their mundane lives, emboldening them to live a little, have some fun, and rock out. What more can we ask of a band?

Mötley Crüe Concert Films

  • Carnival of Sins

    Mötley Crüe

    Year: 2005

    Runtime: 2 hr 17 min

    In spring 2005, Mötley Crüe embarked on their first world tour in more than six years, the outrageous and globally successful Red, White and Crüe Tour. Infamous for their visually and intensely live stage shows, Carnival of Sins captures original Crüe members Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Mick Mars and Tommy Lee in a stage show that sets a new standard for music BDs. Carnival of Sins is a "circus gone bad" concept spectacular taking place under a huge circus tent stage set with pyrotechnics that are excessive, a fire-breathing midget, seductive aerialists and demonic clowns that will keep you roaring for more.
     
     
  • The End: Live In Los Angeles

    Motley Crue

    Year: 2014

    Runtime: 1 hr 48 min

    On January 28, 2014, Mötley Crüe held a press conference at Beacher's Madhouse Theater in Hollywood, where they announced a final tour. The band became the first to sign a binding legal document known as a "cessation of touring" contract, preventing them from touring under the name Mötley Crüe past the year 2015. The tour eventually ended with three nights at the Staples Center in the band's hometown of Los Angeles on December 28, 30 and 31st of 2015. The visually stunning and final concert of Mötley Crüe’s final tour, Mötley Crüe: The End was captured with 30 cameras in Ultra HD 4K in front of a sold out crowd of die hard Mötley Crüe fans. For all of the legion of fans who were not able to experience the final concert of one of the greatest rock bands of all time, this is the ultimate chance to see the show and relive the final tour of Mötley Crüe.
     
     

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