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Dr Feelgood

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  • Audio CD (September 30, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Eleven Seven Music
  • ASIN: B001EN1R3Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (176 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #451,811 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Re-released to coincide with their upcming Cruefest 2 Tour, where it will be played in its entirety, this version of Dr. Feelgood shows that some bands are too high in their laurels to pay attention to their released product.

When Motley was struggling in the mid 90s to stay relevant, they released the excellent Crucial Crue series, which included demos, instrumentals and unreleased versions. Dr. Feelgood's Crucial Crue is excellent and complete. Including FOUR demos and the unavailable Get It For Free, it encompassed the process that led to the success of Dr. Feelgood.

However, this new version, includes only the five singles in live versions previously found in 1998's Motley Crue Live Entertainment or Death, which, in itself, is a very bad live album.

So, do yourself a favor and hunt for the Crucial Crue version, if you don't have it, and stay away from this re-re-release that adds nothing of value to this magnificent album.
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This is Motley Crue's best and most focused album, with Shout and the '94 Corabi album coming in tied for second. After years of shoddy, drug-influenced work with Tom Werman, The boys hooked up with future Metallica producer Bob Rock. They're commitment to sobriety was a long time coming, and with Bob Timmons help, they finally built up the courage to live clean and say nope to dope. This album was recorded around the same time Aerosmith was working on their classic "Pump". In fact both bands studios were right next to each other! On Dr. Feelgood, the production is crisp and clear. The days of partying with chicks and kegs of booze in the studio were over, no more of Nikki being too strung out to play, the Crue finally gave it 110% effort the whole way through the recording process and it paid off. Big time. Their first (and only) album to top the charts. Every song but 1 released as a single. 6 Hit videos on MTV. A Sold-Out world tour played to all corners of the earth. The Metal Edge readers choice award for 1990. An American Music award for favorite Hard Rock album. I could go on & on.
I'll review this song by song (my ratings are in parenthesis)
1.T.nT "Terror 'n Tinseltown)-Nice intro, sets the tone. (5/5)
2.Dr. Feelgood-The infamous title track, features an excellent Tommy Lee back beat, clever lyrics. I Like Mick Mars demonic voice at the end. (5/5)
3.Slice of your Pie-Has a great blues influence, Steven Tyler co-arranged it. (4/5)
4.Rattlesnake shake-Rollicking mainframe, with a full horn and piano section. Vince Neil is in fine form vocally. (5/5)
5.Kickstart my heart-A top ten hit, Heavy riff, excellent slowed down bridge, and a kick-ass Tommy Lee drum solo to finish it off. The video was a blistering, in-your-face performance. (5/5)
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This should get more play on classic rock radio. Motley Crue had pretty much given up being a mid-80s hairband and had abandoned the whole leather, devil-worship image from the earliest days. Still there's prejudice against the Crue from rock n roll radio for whatever reason.

I remember fondly being 13 years old in 1984 wearing the pentagram Crue tee shirts with my mullet and having people think I was a demonologist. Fun times.

As far as this album goes, it's kind of the Layla of my generation. Pure classic rock. In a league of its own. Beyond mere metal. Still a favorite among strippers. That's about a perfect album.
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Being a huge fan of both 80's hair metal and hard rock, it is good to see that bands in both of those genres have had their CDS being re-issued lately. And luckily enough,Motley Crue, one of the most talented hair bands of the 80's, have gotten their albums re-issued,and it is great to see that time is being kind to Motley Crue's fifth album, "Dr. Feelgood" (1989). Yes, you read right, this album has finally been re-issued. This, in my opinion, was Motley Crue's best album. It produced Motley Crue classics such as "Dr. Feelgood", "Kickstart My Heart", "Without You", among others, and not only are the songs great, but you get special appearances from artists like Steven Tyler, Bryan Adams, Skid Row,etc. Now this has everything a Motley Crue album needs.

My favorite songs: "Dr. Feelgood", "T.nT. (Terror In Tinseltown)" (this is like part one of "Dr. Feelgood" (the song), "Slice Of Your Pie", "Without You", "Kickstart My Heart", and "Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)", which sounds like an "ode" someone might send out to a snobby ex-girlfriend- listen to the lyrics, it starts off as a very pretty love song, and then it gets to the "I Don't Care About You Anymore" part of the song- there is a reason why I like this song so much, but I don't know what it is, I just do.

As for the re-issuing on this album,there are five bonus tracks: original demos of "Dr. Feelgood","Without You", "Kickstart My Heart", and "Time For Change", as well as a demo for a song that was never released at all:"Get It For Free". The producer of this album, Bob Rock, wrote a few small liner notes inside the album sheets, and Nikki Sixx commented on three of the bonus tracks while Mick Mars commented on the remaining two.
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