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Mötley Crüe - Greatest Video Hits

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Once upon a time, you couldn't turn on MTV without seeing Motley Crue videos in heavy rotation. For those still-loyal fans, this compilation brings back the good old days. From the band's 1982 debut, Too Fast for Love, to 2000's New Tattoo, these 21 videos hit on every phase of the Crue's career: they began as a Kiss wannabe, became huge arena-rockers, then stumbled through new singers and drummers before returning to the original lineup. No real fan will go wrong with this hit list, including much time-capsule material: "Girls Girls Girls," "Dr. Feelgood," and "Home Sweet Home" contain big hair, makeup, tight pants--and that's just the band! Bonuses include six "alternate" videos, including the "X-rated" version of "Girls," showing barely more than Janet Jackson at the Super Bowl; 50 minutes of bassist Nikki Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee discussing making the clips; and Easter eggs with more hidden videos. The sound, nominally mixed in 5.1 Dolby Surround, is actually quite tame for such hard-hitting music. --Kevin Filipski

Special Features

  • Region 0 (NTSC format)
  • Tracks: Kickstart My Heart, Same Ol' Situation, Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away), Without You, Wild Side, Girls Girls Girls, Dr. Feelgood, Looks That Kill, Live Wire, You're All I Need, Too Young to Fall in Love, Primal Scream, Anarchy in the UK, Afraid, Smoke the Sky, Misunderstood, Enslaved, Smokin' in the Boys Room, Hooligan's Holiday, Hell on High Heels, Home Sweet Home
  • Alternate videos: Girls Girls Girls (X-rated version), Dr. Feelgood (alternate version), Primal Scream (uncensored version), Misunderstood (uncensored version), Hell on High Heels (uncensored version), Home Sweet Home ('91 remix)
  • Backtalk: new interview with Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee with archive footage
  • Personal playlist
  • Discography

Product Details

  • Actors: Motley Crue
  • Format: AC-3, Color, Dolby, Original recording remastered, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Hip-O Records
  • DVD Release Date: November 11, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000TAZLA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,615 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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56 of 59 people found the following review helpful By "glittrkidz" on November 13, 2003
Format: DVD
Some people had a hard time finding this dvd, as it got confused with the box set in some stores, etc, but I just got it and it is awesome! Videos aren't in chronological order, but you can do a playlist thing and people are finding hidden features, so maybe there is a way of getting them to play in order. Who knows? Anyway, this dvd is incredible and for the people disappointed that Take Me To the Top and Public Enemy #1 weren't included..... cry no more! They are hidden (pretty damn well too) on the disc, plus a VIDEO for Shout At The Devil '97. Here's basically how to access these easter eggs -
1. Take Me To The Top
While on Main Page
Place Curser on Set-up
U,U,D,U,D,L,R
2. Public Enemy # 1
While on page 2 of Choose a Damn Video
Place Cursor on 1-7 (Looks that Kill is Playing)
D,R,U,L,U,R,D
3.Shout 97
Go to Extra Crap
Go To Discography
Go To Generation Swine
Place Cursor on Next
U,U,U
Push Play on the Pentagram that appears
Hope this helps some of you out there!
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By T. Goyer on July 28, 2004
Format: DVD
I love Motley Crue and it was a real joy to find out that they finally put a DVD out with *all* of their videos on it(including the hidden 'easter egg' videos for Public Enemy #1,Take Me To The Top and Shout At The Devil '97..

Speaking of which,to pass on what I learned in here,*here's* how you access these hidden videos:

1.)Take Me To The Top:

On the Main Page,place the cursor on 'set-up',press your DVD remote in the following sequence: Up,Up,Down,Up,Down,Left then Right and you'll be able to see this video.

2.)Public Enemy #1:

On Page 2 of 'Choose a damn video' place your cursor on track 7 (which is Looks That Kill),then push the cursor Down,Right,Up,Left,Up,Right then down and you'll be able to see this video..

and for

3,)Shout At The Devil '97:

Go to 'extra crap',then go to 'discography' for 'Generation Swine',place the cursor on 'next',then push Up,Up then Up and when the pentagram appears,push that and you can see this video.)

I've always loved Motley Crue. I dug it when they took up with John Corabi for the self-titled 'Motley Crue' album and the 'Quaternary' E.P. back in 1994 and dug what they did with 'Generation Swine' in '97 when Vince returned. Motley is as great visually as they are on record and as a live band,and it's *Awesome* to have this DVD putting all the videos on one DVD.

The interview with Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee is also really cool..

It was a trip to find out that Motley made videos for two of my all-time Corabi-era Crue songs with Misunderstood (a clean and an uncensored version) and for Smoke The Sky. The Crue Rocks. You won't be disappointed if you're either a casual fan of the Crue or even a diehard. Very well-recommended music DVD!!

Thanks.
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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Some Gravity on April 16, 2005
Format: DVD
Is to go to a mall and pick up a DVD. I purchased this DVD today at a mall close to where I live, and I was blown away by it. Now that I have seen this, I have more respect for the guys in Motley Crue. Here are my thoughts,comments, and opinions for every video on here:

"Kickstart My Heart"- Now this video is cool. You get to see clips of Motley Crue performing at a concert, going sky diving, and clips of race cars crashing- a nice touch for this video and this DVD.

"Same Ol' Situation"- I don't like this video as much as I like the "Kickstart My Heart" video, but this video is pretty good.

"Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)"- I have always liked songs like this. This is one of those songs that starts out as a really pretty ballad, and then it gets to the "I Don't Care About You Anymore" part of the song. The video is fun to watch, it flows along with the song.

"Without You"- A great love song and a great video for a ballad. Enough said.

"Wild Side"- The video and this song are both very cool and tough, and since this video is live, you get to see Tommy Lee do something VERY cool with his drum set during this video- wait till you see what that is.

"Girls, Girls, Girls"- We've all heard this song and seen this video- you get to see Vince Neil, Tommy Lee, Mick Mars, and Nikki Sixx riding their bicycles on the streets of L.A. and of course what else you would expect- there are a lot of cute girls in this video. Little Unknown Fact: During the one part of the video where Tommy Lee whisles for those girls and they turn around but do not exactly acknowledge him, the girl in the pink dress is a twenty year old Pamela Anderson, and that is how Tommy and Pamela met each other.

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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By D. Maselli on November 3, 2003
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This DVD contains ALL the Crüe's videos. From Too Fast For Love to New Tattoo (including such gems as Live Wire, Looks That Kill, Wild Side, Dr. Feelgood, Kickstart My Heart, Primal Scream, Eslaved or Hell On High), there's nothing missing here (expet maybe the unreleased videos for Take Me To The Top or Public Ennemy # 1, but what the hell, we're getting really spoiled at this point). The bonus are quite cool too, including alternative and uncensored versions of some videos like Girls Girls Girls or Primal Scream and a brand new interview with Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee comenting the videos. Now, it would be nice if Amazon was more specific about the items, so we could be sure that this is the uncensored version, but since the DVD picture shows a expicit content logo and this version is more expensive than the other, I guess we can be sure this is the devinitive one. This is the perfect DVD addition to your Crüe collection (much more than the VH1 Behind The Music or the Lewd Crewd Tattooed live DVD's). And this will just go to show that 80's hair metal bands were surely a little ridiculous, but at least they did communicate somme good and fun vibrations. No self pitty or resignation here.
Long Live the Crüe (By the way, excuse my english : I speak french).
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