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Saints of Los Angeles Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (June 24, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Eleven Seven Music
  • ASIN: B0018AK9QQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (165 customer reviews)
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Format: Audio CD
THE BAND: Vince Neil (vocals), Mick Mars (guitars), Nikki Sixx (bass), Tommy Lee (drums & percussion).

THE DISCS: (2008) Disc-1 is the music disc - containing 13 tracks and clocking in at approximately 44 minutes. Disc-2 is the DVD - containing interviews, concert footage and music videos. Included with the disc is 6-page foldout containing band photos, song titles and website info. This is the band's 9th studio album (previous album was "New Tattoo" in 2000). Recorded at the Lightning Bolt Garage (Los Angeles). Label - Eleven Seven Music / Motley Records.

COMMENTS: In 2008, the original 4 Crue members are reunited. After almost 20 years, enter a once banished Vince Neil and team sobriety. Following the band's commercially successful "Dr. Feelgood" (1988), the band remained alive in name, but the members had developing outside interests. Neil - driving race cars, inhaling hot fudge sundaes, and battling his inner demons. Sixx - writing his memoirs, battling addictions, recruiting new bandmates, and releasing a solo album. Mars - flying under the radar and still involved with all things Crue. Lee - busy with solo albums, and reality TV (going to college, and "Rockstar Supernova"). Motley Crue released a few albums with substitute members - receiving only mild success. So being a Crue fan since "Too Fast For Love" (1981), I really wanted to see if the original 4 had something to say. I bought the disc blindly...having heard none of the songs. After dozens of spins, I find myself really surprised with "Saints Of Los Angeles" - in a good way. Sixx remains the main creator behind the songs, though I find it slightly disappointing that many of the tracks are co-written by members outside the Crue (not to mention Mars with only 2 songwriting credits and Lee with 1).
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3.5 Stars

Considering that drummer Tommy Lee was absent from the band's last album "New Tattoo," (2000) that singer Vince Neil basically dubbed over John Corabi's vocals for "Generation Swine" (1997) and Neil was absent from the band's self-titled CD, "Motley Crue," (1994) in some respects Motley Crue's ninth album "Saints of Los Angeles" (2008) is the first "true" Motley album since "Dr. Feelgood" (1989).

Loosely based on the band's autobiography "The Dirt," "Saints of Los Angeles" is a semi-concept album, the major theme being the lifestyle of rock n' roll excess in the city of Los Angeles. Clocking in at 45 minutes, SOLA is a go-for-the-jugular, lean, mean, gritty album that, like "New Tattoo" sees the band, pardon the cliche, "return to their roots," after the alternative leaning "Generation Swine" and the Soundgarden/STP styling of the self-titled album.

"Saints of Los Angeles" has a lot of things going for it. For one thing the band sounds great--never better, in fact. The Crue sounds totally energized and on fire. The songs themselves also manage to sound like classic, sleazy Crue, but also have a modern touch, as the production is terrific--so "Saints of Los Angeles" sounds retro, but doesn't at the same time. The pacing of the album is also great--it's pure straight-up rock that never drags, so you can listen to the entire album all the way through without having to skip a track. The album is thoroughly enjoyable, from start to finish.

But while the album and the band sound great, SOLA unfortunately doesn't really have any truly great songs. While all the songs are definitely good--their isn't a gem like "Kickstart My Heart," "Primal Scream" or "Too Young to Fall in Love" to be found.
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I am stunned at how good this album is. Although I hoped for the best, I was actually expecting to be disappointed, but the Crue have delivered some serious rock with Saints of Los Angeles. The CD opens with the roaring "Face Down in the Dirt," which is an all-out rocker, and it just doesn't let up through track 13.

The production of this album is excellent. The guitar tone is as raw as Mick sounds when they play live. It's loud & rude and aggressive from start to finish. Unlike some of the older Crue albums where the bass is buried and inaudible, Nikki's bass cuts through on each track. And then there's the drums. Up until now, I'd say Tommy's best playing was on their self-titled album featuring Corabi. But on SOLA, Tommy's playing is outstanding. He's creative and interesting without overplaying. Few drummers can pull that off, but Tommy does.

All the tracks are good, but my favorites are "Face Down in the Dirt," "Down at the Whiskey," "Just Another Psycho," and "This Ain't a Love Song." Interestingly, the title track on here sounds even better than the single I downloaded from iTunes.

Motley delivered the goods on this one.
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All 4 original members are back for their first album of new material. Alot fo people are saying this is their first new material with the original lineup since Dr. Feelgood, but they have recorded together recently - the two new songs on the "Red, White and Crue" greatest hits album, so they've shaken the rust off of not recording together since Generation Swine.
This album starts off just like Shout At The Devil and Dr. Feelgood - with a little intro that starts off the album "L.A.M.F.". That leads into Face Down In The Dirt which is a rocking song. Then it leads into What's it gonna take, Down at the whisky, Saints of L.A., M.F. Of The Year, The Animal In Me, etc.. Regardless, all of the songs on "Saints Of L.A." rock including the finale "Goin Out Swinging". That's one of my favorites on this CD.
If you've read the book "The Dirt" then you'll hear the references thrown into all of the songs. Even if you didn't read the book, this CD will give a preview of what was written in it.
I had to give this CD a few listens to, but I think this album really rocks with the best of their catalog. It's definetly an improvement over their lame cd's "Motley Crue", "Generation Swine" and "New Tattoo". In my opinion, this CD is even better than "Girls, Girls, Girls".
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Vince NEAL is a drunk
If you're gonna slag the guy, at least spell his name right... it really makes YOU look like the dope.
Jun 22, 2008 by Scott Pistner |  See all 25 posts
Is THIS gonna be a full album of great songs this time?
I agree that it sounds like vintage Crue. But to say that the Crue has put out anything good since Dr. Feelgood, is a new comer to the Crue. These guys have been around for ages and it is nice to hear the original line up again. I am looking forward to this album. The song made me nostalgic for... Read More
May 9, 2008 by DJ Zo |  See all 26 posts
title track's chorus rips of '80's new wave band song!
You're thinking of the song Birds Fly (Whisper to a Scream) by Icicle Works. Yeah the 'we are, we are, we are' is similar, but not the whole chorus, I don't think anyways.
Jun 25, 2008 by vikerii |  See all 8 posts
Sick of haters rating Saints of Los Angeles
SOLA debuts at #4 on the charts! God bless America!! Look at the rest of the top ten, PUKE! Coldplay? Puh-leaze! How refreshing to see the Crue up in the top five again.
Jul 3, 2008 by #1 Beatle Snob |  See all 21 posts
Better if they would get with the times. Be the first to reply
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