Girls  Girls  Girls cd cover

Motley Crue

Girls Girls Girls

As had become my tradition with albums of this magnitude, I skipped school to get this album on the Tuesday of it’s release. The first two tracks are two of the Crue’s best songs ever, but the album took a sharp turn from there. My loyalty to the boys was far too deep to ever admit it at the time, but this wasn’t a very good album. The bluesy influence that had begun to creep in on Theater of Pain had completely over taken this album and although the Crue would insist forever after that they were always a blues based rock band, I still don’t hear the blues in either of their first two cds. If you have any of their greatest hits cds, you really don’t need this one. --Scott

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Track Listing

  1. wild side
  2. girls girls girls
  3. dancing on glass
  4. bad boy boogie
  5. nona
  6. five years dead
  7. all in the name of...
  8. sumthin' for nuthin'
  9. you're all i need
  10. jailhouse rock

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: Vince Neil
GUITAR: Mick Mars
BASS: Nikki Sixx
DRUMS: Tommy Lee

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Elektra Records
PRODUCED BY: Tom Werman
RELEASE YEAR: 1987
“Day by day, watching you disappear, wishing that you were still here beside me. On my own, swimming against the tide, there's nobody on my side, but your memory…”