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Motley Crue
Greatest Hits
November 1998
Released: 1998, Motley
Rating: 2.0/5
Reviewer: EvilG

Rating: 2/5 (4/5 for the 2 new songs alone)

Oh joy...yet another greatest hits package! Wasn't Decade of Decadence enough? Maybe this was put out to appease some fans while Tommy spent his six months in jail?!?! Either way this CD has nothing new to offer. There are ONLY two new tracks on the CD - Bitter Pill and Enslaved. While these two songs are fine, why couldn't they offer something more to fans then just two songs? Why not a bunch of live tracks from the Generation Swine tour? I'm sure they must of recorded something from that?!? Also when will we ever see the release of the 1981 Crue song "Toast of the Town"? Hearing shittyglamposeurs Pretty Boy Floyd cover that song just isn't right. Motley Crue are planning on re-releasing their entire back catalog in 1999 - totally remastered and with bonus tracks on each CD. Let's hope "Toast of the Town" is available then along with other unreleased tracks such as "Black Widow" and "Stick To Your Guns." Hopefully they WON'T follow that up with a completely useless unplugged CD!! And hopefully most of their stuff will pertain to the pre and post glam era of Motley Crue (i.e. Too fast For Love, Shout At The Devil, and Generation Swine).

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Motley Crue
Greatest Hits
January 2010
Released: 2009, Motley Records
Rating: 3.0/5
Reviewer: Celtic Bob

Another compilation disc from the Crue. This time we get a repackage of their original GREATEST HITS release with a slightly different track list and altered cover. The only real selling point for this disc for Crue fans would be the bonus DVD of Cruefest 2 footage. Other than that the only real reason to buy it would be if you are a Crue completist. This was clearly a label decision to keep the band name out there, especially in time for the holiday buying season. If they wanted to something to keep the name out there with a credible release outside a new studio release then MUSIC TO CRASH YOUR CAR TO VOL.3 would have been the proper way to go.

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