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Girls, Girls, Girls

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Wild Side
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Girls, Girls, Girls
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Dancing On Glass
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Bad Boy Boogie
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Nona
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Five Years Dead
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All In The Name Of…
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Sumthin' For Nuthin'
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You're All I Need
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Jailhouse Rock (Live)
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Wild Side (Instrumental)
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Rodeo
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Nona (Instrumental)
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Girls Girls Girls (Instrumental)
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All In the Name Of… (Live)
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Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 61:50

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Slightly better than Theatre but still stunk

banomassa

Still should of went with a single and canned the rest. Although it's slightly better than its predecessor, this album had two good songs. Download Wild Side and Girls, Girls, Girls, then drink yourself into a stupor and forget the rest. That's pretty much what the band did on this one.

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The Darkest Crue Effort

arfiii

But just because it's dark doesn't mean its not good. In fact, this is a great album that explores some pretty dark and wild themes. We drugs and death and decadance in so many forms. Besides, it gave us the premier strip club anthem in the title song as well as one of the darkest (and frankly most interesting) power ballads of the decade. And then to close it out with a really well done Elvis staple. As far as I'm concerned, this effort is on par with Dr. Feelgood in the pantheon of Crue classics.

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Some great, some good, some blah

Geezer

Third best of the first four Crue albums (behind Shout at the Devil and Too Fast for Love respectively). Some great rockers, overall a solid album.

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2nd or 3rd Worst Motley Record! But Still Rocks!

SixxRoxx

Not Motley's best. But Wild Side, Girls, Girls, Girls will always be classics. The Unreleased Stuff is cool, I like the demo of Nona & Rodeo is really cool with a strange back in the 80's sound.

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Bonus Tracks Tagged Incorrectly

jbreitling

Wanted Nona Instrumental and Wild Side Instrumental, ended up with GGG Instrumental and a pretty weak ballad.

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Classic of the 80's

RevSick

For whomever BoyGriv is they need to pull their head out of their pretentious rictus and if they want subpop so bad go to subpop.com and bitch at them because they are the ones that pulled their albums not Emusic. Now for the Crue, this is a classic album and if you want good time music/metal this is a pinnacle of 80's excess rock!

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Gross

boygriv

You can get this on eMusic but nothing from SubPop?

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Girls, Girls, Girls continued Mötley Crüe’s commercial hot streak, eventually going quadruple platinum as its predecessor, Theatre of Pain, had; meanwhile, the title track brought them their second Top 20 single, and “Wild Side” became a popular MTV item. In general, the Crüe really plays up the sleaze factor on this album, trying to recapture some of the street-tough grittiness that fueled Too Fast for Love — even appearing on the cover astride motorcycles and wearing leather; this time around, the influence of Aerosmith is felt to a much greater degree. The production is too polished to really give the record a raw, dirty feel, but the raunchiness comes through all the same. Again, there’s a bit of filler, as though the band knew they didn’t have to make a completely consistent record to maintain their popularity, but there are enough high points along the way to make Girls, Girls, Girls an entertaining party-metal platter. [In 1999, the Crüe remastered and reissued Girls, Girls, Girls on their own Motley/Beyond label with four bonus tracks: instrumental mixes of three selections, plus the previously unreleased song "Rodeo."] – Steve Huey

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