Dr. Feelgood cd cover

Motley Crue

Dr. Feelgood

This album was the height of their popularity. It also marks their first recording without Tom Werman. They went instead with Bob Rock. This cd continued down the bluesy path that Girls Girls Girls had started, but the songs were much better and the production much heavier. This cd was a definite improvement over their last effort and they supported it with arguably the best tour of their career. Even though I thoroughly enjoyed this album and saw the tour three times, this was also the time when I began to admit they were no longer my favorite band as groups like Queensryche, Leatherwolf and TNT began to claim more of my attention. --Scott

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Track Listing

  1. t.n.t.
  2. dr. feelgood
  3. slice of your pie
  4. rattlesnake shake
  5. kickstart my heart
  6. without you
  7. same ol' situation
  8. sticky sweet
  9. she goes down
  10. don't go away mad
  11. time for change

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

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

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Elektra Records
PRODUCED BY: Bob Rock
RELEASE YEAR: 1989
“Just a mile or so away is my dearest frind in this world. He wears the blue and I the grey, and God it hurts me so. The last time we were together, I grabbed his hand and I pledged, if I ever draw my sword on you, may the good Lord strike me dead...”