Every now and then we like to challenge ourselves. Our Best & Worst series has become a listener-favorite. Many times, we focus on the glory years of a band. But, NOT today!
For as massive as Motley Crue was in the 1980’s, the years beyond that have been a study in contrasts. After a decade of churning out memorable, fist-pumping arena rock anthems, the new decade of the 90’s was a battle for the legendary Hollywood band.
The 1990’s started strong with the release of ‘Decade of Decadence.’ However, the dismissal of front man Vince Neil would signify a big fall from the top. The self-titled 1994 album showed off a new side to the band with their new addtion, John Corabi. However, commercial success would elude them. This would force the return of Vince Neil and an album that did more to confuse fans than excite them in ‘Generation Swine.’
Since then, only one full release ‘Saints of Los Angeles’ has been issued along with several greatest hits compilations, soundtracks, and singles that provided a smattering of new material.
In this episode, we go through all of these releases including the one-off singles of recent years. Did we find some diamonds in the rough or will this be tough sledding? You’ll have to listen to find out.
We hope you enjoy (as best you can) The Best & Worst of Motley Crue 1990 & Beyond and SHARE with a friend!
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