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Page Artiste Mötley Crüe


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  • CD (8 avril 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00008OLIH
  • Autres versions : CD
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.7 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Power To The Music
  2. Uncle Jack
  3. Hooligan's Holiday
  4. Misunderstood
  5. Loveshine
  6. Poison Apples
  7. Hammered
  8. Til Death Do Us Part
  9. Welcome To The Numb
  10. Osmoke The Sky
  11. Droppin Like Flies
  12. Driftaway
  13. Mypnotized (Unreleased Track)
  14. Babykills (From Quaternary)
  15. Slivin' In The Know (Unreleased Track)

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Par gégé-blues TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 3 février 2008
Format: CD
7ème album du Crüe sorti en 1994 et présentant 12 titres pour plus d'une heure de heavy-glam-métal. Ce groupe américain formé en 1981 à Los Angeles apprécie les compositions à la ryhtmique puissante, bien martelée, que mène Tommy Lee, le batteur réputé, et que vient égratigner avec un feeling et une technique sans faille le guitariste Nick Mars. C'est pourquoi des morceaux comme "power to the music" ou "hammered" parmi d'autres, sont de réels réussites percutantes à souhait ! A noter la participation de Gleen Hugues en background vocal sur l'excellent "misunderstood" et de Bob Rock (acoustic, rhytm guitar et mandolin ). Cet album n'a pas eu le succès qu'il méritait, pourtant il vaut le détour et s'écoute avec plaisir 14 ans après sa sortie.
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Par Hellblazer TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 25 juin 2008
Format: CD
Bien plus costaud que du glam rock habituel, cet album éponyme emmené par John Corabi au chant, en lieu et place de l'icônographique Vince Neil, détonne sévère dans la discographie du groupe, qui livre avec là un disque sombre et personnel, doté d'un gros son - très moderne qui plus est, pour lequel on peut attribuer, entre autres, les lauriers à la frappe herculéenne d'un Tommy Lee en forme olympique. Le propos est lourd et percutant, à l'image d'un "Uncle Jack" au riff bulldozer, d'un "Poison Apples" rapide et furieux, d'un "Droppin Like Flies" frappant. Eternel problème des changements de chanteur lorsqu'un "irremplaçable" (Vince Neil) quitte le groupe, les puristes hurleront au scandale, mais il n'en reste pas moins que les vocaux puissants, écorchés et hauts(somme toute pas si éloignés de Vince Neil) de Corabi collent très bien au propos, quant à Mick Mars et Nikki Six, ils envoient la purée sans problème et créent derrière leurs compères un mur de guitares et de rythmiques jubilatoire. Le superbe "Misunderstood" montre même un nouveau visage du Crüe sur un mid-tempo atmosphérique qui monte en crescendo, l'original "Love Shine" tranche lui aussi avec le passé, mais j'ai un faible pour le ténébreux et sublime "Til Death Do Us Part" lent, lourd et puissant avec son riff hypnotique, mélange de "Primal Scream" et "Home sweet home". En conclusion, "Mötley Crüe" est une facette incontournable de la carrière du groupe, à l'image de X-Factor pour Iron Maiden... esprits fermés, passez votre chemin.
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MOTLEY CRUE AVEC VINCE... C"EST MOTLEY CRUE!!!! SIXX... MARS.. LEE... ET.... CORABI!!!! SA RELEVE DU LOURD... DU PUISSANT... UNE MERVEILLE!!! ILS ETAIENT A LA MODE 15 ANS EN AVANCE... MALHEUREUSEMENT POUR EUX... PEUT ETRE AVEC UN AUTRE NOM QUE MOTLEY.. SA AURAIT VENDU PLUS.. QUI SAIT??? EN ATTENDANT... ETANT DEJA FAN DE MOTLEY... LA DESOLE POUR VINCE.. MAIS.... CEST VRAIMENT DU TRES TRES LOURD... CORABI Y EST POUR BEAUCOUP... ET LUI MEME A PENSER QUIL NETAIT RIEN.. MAIS LA VRAIE STAR CEST LUI... SORTI DE THE SCREAM... CORABI EST UN TUEUR AU CHANT!!! AINSI QUA LA GRATTE!! SA SUINTE LE ROCK'N'ROLL.. SA STONE TAQUET!! DE LA GROSSE PENTA QUI ENVOIT!!! MERCI MOTLEY POUR CETTE ALBUM!!! LE MEILLEUR ALBUM DE HARD ROCK DE TOUS LES TEMPS!!! IMPOSSIBLE D'EN RESTER INDEMNE APRES UNE ECOUTE!!!!
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HASH(0x9b922600) étoiles sur 5 The Crue's Best Album 17 février 2005
Par Daniel Ferguson-Maltzman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a terrific, highly underrated album. It is also highly controversial among Crue fans. The fans seem to be split on this one--either you love it or hate it. It's understandable why this album flopped. The album doesn't sound like a classic Crue album. It has a 90s grunge feel to it. It actually sounds a bit like Soundgarden and Stone Temple Pilots. However, if you listen to "Primal Scream" from "Decade of Decadence," you will see how this album was the next logical step. Also, singer John Corabi was the polar opposite of Vince Neil. A Steven Tyler/Blues voice was in sharp contrast to the Sunset Strip sunny style of Vince Neil. This album just kind of alienated everyone. Motley Crue fans did not want a grunge sounding album that differed radically from Dr. Feelgood. And a new generation of Teenagers didn't want to buy a Motely Crue album when they had music of their own generation. In short, people just didn't give it a chance. However, this album has stood the test of time as one of those "lost gems," like Montrose's debut or KISS's "Music From the Elder."

As previously stated, this album has a 90's grunge sound. If you put "Shout at the Devil," Soundgarden's "Superunknown" and Stone Temple Pilots "Core" in a blender, this album would be the result. As far as I'm concerned, the band never sounded better. Singer John Corabi was also a guitar player, so the music sounded extra thick. There is orchestration on "Misunderstood" so the band really tried to branch out artistically. Whereas most Crue albums are really Nikki Sixx's baby, everyone in the band really gave 100 percent. Tommy Lee never sounded better and his drumming here is a 10. Mick Mars never sounded more focused and his playing was never better. Producer Bob Rock did a terrific job focusing the band and gave the album a very heavy, crisp, melodic production. The tone and synthesis of the bass, drums, and guitar are perfect. All of the songs have killer riffs, hooks and solos. The content of the album is also far more substantive than most Crue albums. Nikki Sixx really made an album that rocked but also had intelligence, and all without being pretentious. "Misunderstood" deals with going through life and feeling empty, "Uncle Jack" deals with child abuse, and the beautiful closing song "Driftway" seems to acknowledge the disappointments of life but also accept them.

All in all, a great underrated album.
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HASH(0x9b922750) étoiles sur 5 Whats wrong with Motley Fans??? 2 août 2004
Par D'Rick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
For the first time in the bands career, Nikki Sixx actually had a real songwriting partner in John Corabi. What came out of that was an album that may very well pass "Shout" as Motley Crue's greatest album EVER! Go into your collection and listen to Dr. Feelgood again~ then listen to the Crabby Crue album and you'll see what I mean. Corabi gave the Crue balls again!

On top of John Corabi's excellent songwriting and singing, he also played guitar which left Mick Mars open to do some of his best lead guitar work since Shout.

Also, one thing that MUST BE NOTED...Tommy Lee is phenominal on this album! I doesn't matter if I spelled Phenominal right or not...TOMMY LEE IS PHENOMINAL ON THIS ALBUM! If your a Drummer you HAVE to go out and get this album...no question.

The only thing bad about this album is that Motley fans didn't give it a chance. Almost everyone I've talked to said they listened to most of it ONCE and put it away cause it wasn't Crue. If it wasn't Crue then I'll make the statment right now...It was BETTER than Crue. But in essence IT WAS CRUE!

I like Vince, always have, but it's a shame that Motley fans choose to stay loyal to a guy who'll get drunk on stage and try to fight his fans on any givin night for not knowing the lyrics to his crappy solo material, rather than give a GREAT artist like John Corabi a chance in the spotlight.

Straight to the point...John Corabi brought out the best in Motley Crue period*

Corabi RULES!
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HASH(0x9b922a8c) étoiles sur 5 A "Misunderstood" effort!!! 1 août 2005
Par A. Gutierrez - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When vocalist Vince Neil left the fold in the early 90's and John Corabi stepped in to fill the shoes, many people failed to give this outstanding effort a chance...myself included. I must confess, although I am a Motley Crue fan (dating back to the first 2 albums), I am not a devoted one. I like the Crue and I do follow their work here and there. When this album was released, the first single Hooligan's Holiday caught my attention and I can remember thinking to myself, "Damn, this dude has one HELL of a voice!...the next single, Misunderstood", did the same, although, didn't get the airplay that Hooligan received...and that my friends was the end of that era for the Crue. They toured, they rocked and gave it one hell of a shake, but failed to capture the minds of those that couldn't get Vince out of their minds... and I brushed it off as well.
Fast foward....the year 2000. I was browsing in a record bin in a record store that was going out of business and found this CD brand new for 5 bucks (all selections were that price...I went home smiling from ear to ear, although my bank account was a little miffed...) I decided that for 5 bucks this effort would be worth it. Prior to my purchasing the self titled release from the Crue, my buddy bought it and told me that it was probably their loudest, strongest and best effort to date. Well, I got into my car, opened it up and right on the inside cover the word, Listen..." is printed in big yellow letters...that gave me a vibe that I might just be in for a treat. From the opening riff to Power To The Music, Mars' guitar is gritty, deep and heavy then.....BAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Tommy and Nikki come in with THE heaviest of rhythms I have EVER heard! My mouth fell open as I HAD to adjust the bass on my car stereo cause my car was vibrating! I kid you not! It was vibrating!!! I wouldn't even let the song finish! I kept playing it over and over! Now this album is no Shout, Girls, or Feelgood...THANK GOD! Those albums are good, but this IS Crue's finest moment. The other thing about this album, it contains a few acoustic numbers which are FAR from being whinpy ballads. The acoustic ones are heavy and very effective in texturizing the album to create a GOOD SOLID album. I may have paid 5 bucks for my copy, but the remaster is on my list for purchase. Don't let the absence of Vince fool you, Corabi's work on the album far exceeds the rest on the Crue's catelog. Five years after I first bought it, I am still listening to it at least 3 times a month, but for the first year, it remained in my changer and rotated through constantly! Also, this features Tommy Lee's BEST drum work. This remains my favorite Crue album...with Genenration Swine a close second.....
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HASH(0x9b9225b8) étoiles sur 5 The way it should have stayed 23 juillet 2004
Par Patrick A Reeves - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When this album came out in 94, I was eagerly anticipating its arrival. I had never heard corabi, but read so many magazines about the recording process, and how Motley was coming along with their new singer, John Corabi. When it came out, I was totally floored. It rocked harder than any previous album, had bigger balls, and was just straight forward rock! From the opening song, "Power to the Music", to the last chords of "Driftaway", this album hits on many fronts. I have to say that the best tracks come around track 3. I have to also say that at the time, Pantera was the premier metal giant in 94, and had just released their most succesful effort "Far Beyond Driven". Unfortunately its press along with the grunge invasion, sent all the potential success of this album away. Could you imagine what a different story it would have been had Pantera and Motley toured behind this release? Motley could have had a potential hit the size of their Previous effort Dr. Feelgood. It was a tragedy that Vince came back in my opinion. They had recorded more than 50 tracks with John that never were released. I love how nikki says that all of those songs became the generation swine songs. No they didn't. Even John Corabi admits there are vaults of unreleased motley tracks. I remember Nikki even giving names to them, like "the christmas song" "la dolce vita", and "the year i lived in a day". When Audio Galaxy and Napster were huge i looked high and low for these tracks, however never saw them. I did hear of a bootleg video that was all over ebay for a while of a performance in Illinois in which they preformed 2 "new" songs never heard before, but never did hear them. Oh well. I guess this is the best we will have from motley.
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HASH(0x9b922f48) étoiles sur 5 Easily The best Motley Crue CD ever 6 septembre 2007
Par Steven Brostek - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I can't help but feel, that somewhere down the line- in the future, music critics will look back at this CD and say it was appropriate that THIS CD bore the title "Motley Crue". This is what Motley Crue should have sounded like all along. From the sonic assault of "Power To The Music", to the arrangements of "Misunderstood" this CD was the first true evidence that Nikki Sixx had lyrical genius potential. I apologize to all the Vince Neil fans out there, but John Corabi's vocal range puts Vince to shame. Also if you think about it, most[if not all] of the songs on "Generation Swine" were written with the thought that Corabi would perform the vocals. Probably why, when the Crue took Vince back and booted Corabi-[probably under pressure from record company execs to do so] the Generation Swine album suffered. That would have been a much better album also, had Corabi done the vocals. Well, I guess that's what happens when stuffed shirts at record companies decide selling records is more important than musical creativity.
Buy this CD, I promise you it will blow you away- if you like your music heavy and meaty- "Uncle Jack", Welcome To The Numb", "Drift Away" all classics. If you prefer to hear a lead singer who sounds like a 12 year old girl, well then all you have to do is buy any of the Crue CD"S that Vince sings on...
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