Motley Crue

Motley Crue

The poster boys for Eighties hair metal, Mötley Crüe parlayed whip-lash hard-rock songs, melodic power ballads and a hedonistic image into platinum-level heavy-metal superstardom, topping the charts with Dr. Feelgood (Number One, 1989) and coming close with Theatre of Pain (Number Six, 1985) and Girls, Girls Girls (Number Two, 1987). The Crue still record and tour, though many Americans remember the band less for their music than for their womanizing and insane chemical intake.

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