How The Dirt Ignored Motley Crue’s True Story

How The Dirt Ignored Motley Crue’s True Story

February 15, 2020 | Articles, Blog | 100 Comments

How The Dirt Ignored Motley Crue’s True Story

In the world of rock biopics that gloss over
the more unsavory aspects of their subjects, the supposed honesty of Motley Crue’s The
Dirt is refreshing. But even a good movie can’t keep everything
in. Here are parts of Motley Crue’s story that
The Dirt ignores. Early on in The Dirt, we see Motley Crue gleefully
fighting during their first concert. Though it’s played largely for laughs, it
establishes the idea that Motley Crue is a band that’ll happily throw some punches, apart
from Mick Mars. He remains onstage with his guitar…though
he does get a kick in. Later on in the movie, drummer Tommy Lee punches
a confrontational girlfriend on a tour bus, and everyone, including Lee, reacts with dazed
shock. These scenes make it appear like The Dirt
fearlessly depicts the band members’ most violent instincts. In reality, the movie pulls quite a few punches. It certainly doesn’t show just how comfortable
most Motley Crue members were when it came to hurting people. Vince Neil has allegedly assaulted women multiple
times. In fact, actor Nicolas Cage once had to intervene
during one of Neil’s alleged altercations. Tommy Lee was sued for assaulting a photographer
in 2013. As E Online notes, he was also sentenced to
six months in jail for spousal battery in 1998 after a nasty scuffle with Pamela Anderson. Although Nikki Sixx’s destructive tendencies
were mostly aimed at himself, Rock Candy magazine reports that he once got himself and his manager
arrested by throwing a bottle at a man’s head in a bullet train from Osaka to Tokyo. The most glaring character omission from The
Dirt is arguably actress Pamela Anderson, whose turbulent relationship with drummer
Tommy Lee would probably have sparked a lawsuit or nine had it been featured in the movie. “Why do bad things happen to good people?” Still, while Anderson is noticeably absent
from the film, she definitely left an impression on more than one band member in real life. As Vince Neil is all too happy to share in
his autobiography Tattoos & Tequila, Anderson briefly dated him before she got together
with Lee. But Neil’s brief involvement with Anderson
is nothing compared to her scandal-ridden marriage to Tommy Lee. They became one of the most famous couples
in the world, and managed to make waves wherever they went. They also inadvertently starred in what’s
generally considered the most famous celebrity sex tape of all time. And as we mentioned, the couple had an intensely
ugly falling out. Absolutely none of this is touched upon in
The Dirt. As MTV News reports, Tommy Lee found himself
in a strange predicament in 1999. He evidently thought his glam metal days were
behind him and decided to try his hand at something else. That “something else” turned out to be…hip-hop. He put together a rap-metal act called Methods
of Mayhem, and started collaborating with such artists as Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes,
and even Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst. We imagine this strange career turn was omitted
from The Dirt because it would’ve caused a lot of undue confusion. Plus, Lee reportedly got the idea for Methods
of Mayhem during his six-month jail sentence, so it sounds like a potential plot point that
would have been worthy of a veto for a number of reasons. John Corabi’s fate in Motley Crue is that
of the classic “new guy.” Fans never really warmed up to him, and he
was quietly phased out when Vince Neil returned to the fold in 1997 for the Generation Swine
album. As Corabi told Rock by Wild in 2012: “I was in Motley, and I never knew they were
going to bring Vince back. You know, so things have a way of just…life
has a way of just sort of working itself out, you know?” The Dirt deems him such an unimportant piece
of Motley Crue lore that we only briefly see him onscreen…and he never utters a single
word. As Raw Music TV notes, Corabi actually offered
more to the band than a goofy grin and a lackluster album. In fact, the publication claims the new singer
outright saved Motley Crue from fading into irrelevance. When Neil left the band in 1992, Motley Crue
tried to produce a worthy follow-up to its most commercially successful album, Dr. Feelgood. But in the context of the era, this proved
to be an impossible feat. Grunge music was rapidly showing hair metal
the door, and artists such as Poison and Ratt were quickly finding out that their brand
of rock just didn’t have legs anymore. Corabi ushered in a different songwriting
style, forcing the band out of their comfort zone. Unfortunately, his fellow band members undermined
this new injection of creativity with a bunch of awful mistakes, like firing their manager,
lawyers, and accountants while attempting to produce the record themselves. But Corabi was reportedly never an issue for
them, and they liked him so much they wanted to keep him around despite the 1994 album’s
lack of success. Until Neil returned, that is. The Dirt devotes some time establishing Motley
Crue as a band that thinks about their image pretty carefully, if drunkenly. That’s why it’s not exactly a surprise that
the movie never mentions the time they turned in a miscalculated music video that got them
banned by MTV. The lyrics to the 1987 single “You’re All
I Need” are particularly vicious, and Motley Crue decided to double down in the video. It depicts a doomed, destructive relationship
and features the man trashing their home and ultimately killing his significant other. As you can see, much of the video was shot
in the matter-of-fact style of a news story. Let it suffice to say, the clip didn’t go
over well with MTV executives, who banned it from the channel. Nikki Sixx later admitted that the song’s
dark lyrics were inspired by his own failing relationship…with a girlfriend he was convinced
had been cheating on him. Sixx says he dealt with the situation by writing
“You’re All I Need,” playing it to his now-ex-girlfriend, and dramatically walking out of the door when
she started crying. According to The Dirt, guitarist Mick Mars
first met Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee during an audition, and he quickly proved that he
was the right man for the job. “Listen to me. There’s only room for one guitar player in
this band, and that’s me.” However, the movie conveniently ignores the
fact that the real Mars and Sixx had met long before that…even if they didn’t realize
it at the time. In 1978, Sixx was reportedly working at a
liquor store when who should walk in but Mick Mars. According to Loudwire, the guitar player had
a gig with his band White Horse at a nearby venue called Stone Pony. He allegedly snuck away to grab a bottle of
tequila because the Pony’s $2 shots were just too pricey. Mars reportedly recognized Sixx as a fellow
rocker and struck up a discussion, asking what bands he liked. Unfortunately, Sixx’s answer included KISS,
which didn’t impress Mars at all…but the guitarist still invited the kid to White Horse’s
concert. After Sixx finished his shift, he reportedly
got wasted and walked into the bar, only to witness the magnificent sight of Mars grinding
out a guitar solo by using a microphone stand as a slide. The highly impressed Sixx hung on until the
very end, and the two later resumed talking. Mars even drunkenly gave Sixx his phone number. However, this chance encounter never led anywhere…until
years later, when the guitarist happened to join his drinking buddy’s band. The Dirt doesn’t hesitate to show us some
of Motley Crue’s more…inspired rock star behavior. In the same way ’80s action films have training
montages, The Dirt has a montage that’s dedicated exclusively to the band destroying hotel rooms
and terrorizing people. “Ah, this is a nice place. Time to redecorate.” The movie has a tendency to gloss over these
antics as “boys will be boys” misadventures…and the band doesn’t really suffer any consequences
beyond massive hangovers the next morning. Really, cop cars only seem to turn up for
the real life-and-death stuff, namely, when Vince Neil crashes his car and kills the Hanoi
Rocks drummer Nicholas “Razzle” Dingley. Of course, in the real world, it’s very easy
to get in trouble for Motley Crue’s brand of obnoxious behavior. Apart from the more serious stuff that landed
Motley Crue members in hot water, they’ve also been involved in a fair share of bizarre
lawsuits over the years. In 1999, MTV reported that Motley Crue harassed
a security guard during a concert and almost started a riot. In 2016, Metal Sucks reported that a supporting
band sued Motley Crue for assorted shenanigans, including members of the Crue entourage spraying
urine at them. And yet, when the band is forced to face consequences
for their actions, they evidently prove to be rather thin-skinned. In 2005, MTV reported that Motley Crue was
suing NBC. Why? Because the network reportedly banned the
band after they dropped an F-bomb during a live Tonight Show broadcast on New Year’s
Eve. The Dirt presents Motley Crue as a rather
amazing live act, so it’s not particularly surprising that the movie chooses to ignore
all the times their rock concerts took a decidedly nasty turn. For example: In 1985, a 13-year-old fan was
reportedly partially blinded during a concert in Alabama. That’s because something, possibly a chunk
of dry ice from malfunctioning equipment, flew into his eye. The 1988 trial was reportedly heated and difficult. As president of the band’s business affairs,
Nikki Sixx was in town for the duration of the proceedings. His stay was reportedly something right out
of a “fish out of water” movie: Following his near-fatal 1987 overdose, Sixx had reportedly
straightened himself out somewhat. Instead of an outlandish rock star, the locals
reportedly found a friendly, super-famous, nice guy who offered Lifesaver candies to
fans. He even struck up an oddball friendship with
a local lawyer. Sixx gave the lawyer guitar pointers, and
the lawyer taught Sixx how to tie a necktie. The case ultimately ended in a mistrial, and
Motley Crue later settled out of court. The Dirt is based on the book of the same
name, a book that has certainly added to Motley Crue’s notoriety, thanks to its avalanche
of filthy rock stories. But wouldn’t it be strange if much of the
memoir was built on untruths? We’re not saying it was…because we don’t
need to. As Loudwire reports, Nikki Sixx has basically
admitted as much himself. In 2019, Sixx was in hot water over a story
in the book that described a wild party. That party evidently ended with Sixx and Tommy
Lee committing sexual assault on a woman by fooling her into switching partners mid-act. The bass player defended himself to Rolling
Stone, claiming that he actually didn’t remember the incident ever happening. He also claimed he didn’t recall giving a
lot of his interviews for the book. Sixx said the interviews were conducted in
2000, a year before he went into rehab, and a year in which he was allegedly going through
a particularly rough patch with his drug and alcohol intake. Will we ever know whether the incident actually
happened? Probably not…but it’s one of those moments
when you really hope the person is lying. The Dirt introduces Mick Mars when the guitarist
shows up for an audition, outplays the blonde guitarist, and promptly fires the guy when
Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee can’t work up the nerve to do it. “Really?” As Ultimate Classic Rock reports, there’s
no proof this ever happened. We imagine the scene was included to establish
Mars as a detached, cynical veteran. However, it just so happens that Motley Crue
did originally flirt with another guitarist before Mars came along. But Greg Leon was a far cry from the sad sack
we see in the film. He was a well-known singer and multi-instrumentalist
in the Los Angeles hard rock scene. Lee was a huge fan of his, in fact, he ended
up joining Leon’s band Suite 19 for a year and a half. In 2017, Leon claimed that Lee had wanted
him to join Motley Crue early on, but he was reportedly uninterested because of Sixx’s
involvement. Basically, he thought Sixx was a terrible
musician. He also didn’t like that Sixx was intent on
recruiting a frontman, because he was sick of sharing lead vocal duties. Motley Crue and Leon went their separate ways,
but the guitar player didn’t exactly fade into obscurity. He became Randy Rhoads’ replacement in Quiet
Riot, played with Dokken, and fronted a number of other bands, too. So that’s that…but one more thing before
we go. You know what else wasn’t included in The
Dirt? This commercial: “If you have a touchtone phone, call us on
the Motley Crue hotline. 1-900-832-CRUE!” Check out one of our newest videos right here! Plus, even more Grunge videos about your favorite
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  1. Grunge

    What were some crazy stories you've heard about Motley Crue that didn't make it into the movie?

  2. Jakdup Jackson

    When you play in front of drunk crowds you run into a lot of assholes… I speak from experience 😬

  3. wil cashen

    who ever made this video is an asshole, what is the point of this? what is the complaint exactly? every bio movie should cover the "entire" life of the subject leaving nothing out even if the movie is 5 hours long. the movie ends before Anderson, and why do we need to hear about a specific music video they made? this video is very petty

  4. ws 2019

    John carabi looks like Steven Tyler's less talented younger brother 😂🤣

  5. Pedro Souza

    This is one of the worst videos i ever seen. Most of these facts have no value to the storytelling.

  6. Alyssa Rose

    They should've made it into a mini series.

  7. Toploaded Gaming

    There is a ton missing, because really, the central theme of the movie is the fame, drugs, and Sixx’s story of figuring out how to manage it all and figure out the band is his family. Once Sixx gets there, the movie is pretty much done. The stuff left out would have made it a four hour movie at least. The video is informational sure, but to imply they are hiding things when it has all been public info for so long, just seems kinda dumb and reaching.

  8. T.D. McCarty

    This video is pointless lol… Yes… We know the Movie wasn't made from the band members of today…wtf lol

  9. Crash 7434

    It’s a great movie if you want every time little detail then make them have a franchise

  10. #Gears 73 Adult Racing Team 73

    Now I want to see The Dirt even more.

  11. Zoey Paige

    From a bunch of twerps who probably weren’t alive when this all happened lol

  12. Clayton Macleod

    I figure the book indicates they weren’t shy about telling the whole story. Simply, the movie would have to be something crazy like eight hours long to include everything. All the stuff that was included was still all rushed to keep time reasonable.

  13. Justin Kruger

    Lol at men wearing a pad lock as a necklace that's gay as fuck just like the early John Cena wore it and thought he'd be a rapper wigger thug lmao. Most men who wear a pendant wears one that actually means something like skull and bones or kkk or pagan symbols but a fucking padlock lol are they gona take it off and hit someone with it because they cant fight with thier fist and kicking.

  14. Christian Jackson

    They should always be considered VIBRATOR music as they're hardly HARD ROCK!!!!

  15. Mooch 514

    The movie ingored that motley crue was a big joke

  16. RobNyteshyft

    Okay i stopped watching 3 minutes in because you are bringing up all kinds of things that happened after the timeline at the end of the movie.
    The things I did hear you bringing up in your video I did not disagree with, but once you start talking about things that don't line up with the aforementioned timeline you are just being click baitey as fuck with your title….
    Not cool Sir…. Not cool.

  17. Corky DeLarge

    Yes, people, unfortunately, Crue happened. And every single one of you let it happen. I hold you all responsible, for the existance of the douchiest band ever.

  18. michael fox

    Michael Starr should of played Vince Neil. #steelpanther

  19. Ron Carter

    The movie sucks!!

  20. Ben

    Some of these are good points….but, in the grand scheme of things, I can see why they were omitted from the movie. Too much to tell, too little time.

  21. matrix bailey

    "Girl's passed out/ naked in the back lounge/ everybody's gonna score"
    Saints of Los Angeles, indeed.

  22. Julian Dancingshadow

    No Nikki, likes how the movie went….. read the book. and for all you millenniums, shit like this happened every night on the strip, back in the 80's as fairy tale how it sounds, it happened……… Those were back in the day when people had fun and excess in everything, not like today how people whine and cry because there felling got hurt.

  23. djsaeg

    dont get me wrong i listened motley since i was 4 and i will never forget it but this movie is crap is a auto tribute full of ego to sell and revive motley i stay with the music and first decade only and the only album i still feel fresh is ´94 with Corabi totally out of the trend

  24. Who Who and Zulu.

    I didn't listen to Motley Crue …. Good Show Though Grunge … Thumb Up … Z

  25. Chris Clark

    Most of the stuff mentioned happened after the movie timeline ended. Kind of redundant bitching.

  26. Hubblebub Lumbubwub

    Most of these things sound like nitpicks. Compared to Lords of Chaos this movie is a masterpiece

  27. Doug Smithart

    I should have known, both the book and the subsequent movie are works if fiction, for the most part, at least..

  28. Brittany Ehlert

    Ugh the band Mick Mars was in was actually Spinders and Cowboys I have the interview tape from the 1980s.

  29. With Nail

    They could’ve made this film honestly…took the glossy look off of it…and it would have been dark as hell and would’ve painted a more realistic picture of how crazy and fucked up this bands was.
    I would have loved that “the dirt” but unfortunately we got this hyped up version that is watered down as hell

  30. Sunny Reelz

    What about Nicki Sixx's mom's sister dating the president of Capitol Records??? Google it.

  31. David Alan Watters

    Their drugs were trashy?. They were like Dr. Phil banning people from sane "Nova-chuck has lsd added to it to survive" in case there was a coctail added. What you want is the rye fields and the golf courses for stargazing.

  32. James Rice

    The first show was not an empty show at the Starwood and there was no fight.

  33. Donne Schoenborn

    Uhm, dude (the guy who made this video) I can respect you for all your knowledge in Crue, but you are totally embarrassing yourself with this video. I mean, my God man, did you even watch “The Dirt”?! It not only takes place and ends way before Pamela Anderson but the movie was “based on” the book “ The Dirt”, it was NOT a perfect screenplay of the book “The Dirt”. Then you go on to 2017?! Are you f’ing kidding me?! 😂😂😂

  34. LibsAreGreyforAnalProbes

    So they sing like women, look like women, and they beat up women. Wow. They suck.

  35. Mys Katt

    Read the book The Dirt, read The Heroin Diaries, read all of their separate bio's if you want a more accurate picture of their story. Just don't make it sound like the band members are hiding the truth, because it's out there in their own words, if you bother to look. What did you expect, it's an hour and a half movie that was supposed to detail 30 years! Of course there's a lot that was left out, Netflix should have made it a miniseries!

  36. Curtis Neilson

    Most is illogical in this critique. A kid getting hit in the eye means it wasn't a good musical performance? lol someone has a personal beef against MC here. MC admits to being "sleaze" (read tommy's tummy) duuuuuuuuuuuuuh

  37. Karen Brown

    Just saw this movie, i really enjoyed it

  38. Quinto Creations

    These things you stated are not omissions, the movie just doesn't go that later into their careers. Most of them anyway. Plus, a film can only be so long, so how can we really consider anything in omission?

  39. Megared82

    I do recall hearing Crue screwing over an all black heavy metal named Sound Barrier. Barrier opened for Crue a few times (around "Shout at the devil") and began getting a following of their own. Crue (mostly Sixx) got upset and began trashing the band to any and everybody. Afterward, Barrier's reputation took a hit and they didn't open for Crue anymore. This is rumor that I've only seen post by Sound Barrier fans so I have no clue if any of this happened.

  40. Color MehJewish

    They're PROBABLY not lying..
    You don't get a reputation like that w/o backing it up in a few instances.

  41. TheBent139

    The book was so good I refuse to watch the movie. I am no huge Crue fan but that book would be on of my top three rock n' roll books. And i have probably read 60-70 such books.


  43. Savannah Turley

    dude the movie was literally produced by motley crue

  44. ThatGuyTobyPlayz


  45. 1980'sRareAndUnreleased

    Motley crue is a joke

  46. piemaker 12

    Even though some facts were missing, I still enjoyed the movie.

  47. Shami Pari

    Band of basterds motley Crue!

  48. Uy Hg

    The sad thing is that Jon Caroby is LIGHT YEARS BEYOND Vince Neil on every level he's a real musician not a nasally vocalist

  49. Barking Ant

    Every last one of them are scumbags. I hope they die soon.

  50. Dan Sumo

    F*ck Corabi!!!

  51. Amanda Daniel

    Oh I so love so happy! G. And baby g 1 baby g2 and baby g3

  52. Billy Blansett

    Fuck motley crue

  53. Bridger Kennedy

    ITS A MOVIE! Not a fucking documentary!

  54. Bridger Kennedy

    I don’t know why I watch your guys videos you sound smart but your actually pretty dumb

  55. Yu𐌼𐌻 MCO

    It’s Motley Crue dude, You can’t fit everything the crue has done into a movie.

  56. SpecialDetermence

    Mötley with Corabi was so good, shame Vince came back

  57. Jamie Butler

    The album with John was pretty good, I thought. Just came out at the wrong time. Few years before that it probably would have done well.

  58. RJ White

    Nikki is the biggest self centered piece of shit ever, and is garbage bass player!!

  59. Sergio MH

    Mötley Crüe’s 1994 album “lackluster”? Dude, LISTEN to the album and then read the script for your video.

  60. bob bobblob

    Motley Crue is fucking trash. Always has been, always will be

  61. Mr Selivestove

    9:52 bruh, they fucking predicted billie eilish

  62. Bearded bacon Double bacon

    It didn't ignore it they just do what they always do to stories. It was a damn good movie

  63. Camp Blanchard

    motley poo . kids stuff just absolute drivel as music

  64. Madds Marie

    mötley crüe produced the movie. i’m pretty sure that the band intentionally included true and false information.

  65. Joe Martini

    I think you're right, but you're a prick

  66. who put this car here

    i just farted

  67. Sweet Pea

    You'd think for a movie, they could buy some decent wigs for the actors, it looks ridiculous.

  68. deanna

    Ok but the co-producers of the dirt was Mötley Crüe

  69. Vinny Angell

    The John Corabi record is better than any Motley Crue record..

  70. Scott Crawford

    The dirt of motley crue. vince neil killed someone when drunk driving and should still be in jail

  71. For The Love Of Seattle

    The Dirt ignored Doc having Matthew Trippe take over for Nikki Sixx on a part of the Theater of Pain tour when Nikki was in the hospital drying out from drug use. Matthew also helped write most of the Girls Girls Girls record, designed the Drum Roll over that Tommy used in Wild Side and the biker look over the Glam Metal look of Theater of Pain. Doc McGhee tried to pull that crap again with KISS on their 1996 reunion tour when peter was unable to play a concert due to his arms locking up. Doc thought that they would just put Peter's drum tech in the makeup and no one would be the wiser but Paul, Gene, Ace and Peter wanted to be honest and the fans wished Peter well and the show went on as they say.

  72. Heka Kain

    What do "The Dirt" and Motley Crue have in common?

    Answer: They are both shite!

  73. Mystninja

    Methtards are mayhem.

  74. Ronnie Jay

    I dated briefly and partied with Tommy's FIRST wife in the 90's and still talk to her occasionally. She's told me about 90% of what is in this movie isn't even true, or has been greatly exaggerated.

  75. adam ealey

    Brah who gives a damn it's a hella funny movie and very good one so stop hating loser lmao

  76. Jack Adkins

    I don't know if Corabi's album's lack of success makes it lackluster. I mean it is a solid album and I like it better than New Tattoo, Generation Swine, Theatre of Pain, and probably even Saints of LA. Many people I know that love Crue say it is in their top three faves, and some of them say it is their #1 favorite. I think it is a great album.

  77. William Allen

    worst rock doc ever….childish, misleading, break the 4th wall only to tell a lie,inaccurate, f’n stupid

  78. Charlie T. Sanford

    Motley Crue was before my time by just a little bit. But I watched the movie to see what all the fuss was about. Seems to me that they were all terrible people, except for maybe Mick Mars. When the movie tried to make me feel sorry for them, I just couldn’t. I mean… Was I supposed to feel sorry for Lee when Locklear left him? He was bangin chicks left and right. Was I supposed to feel sorry for Vince Neil when his daughter was dying? Seems to me like he did everything in his power to implode his family and alienate his daughter. It’s a terrible tragedy that she died, and I’m sure the people who really cared for her were devastated. My heart goes out to them. But I’m supposed to feel sorry for Vince Neil? Meh… They’re all just crappy people.

  79. DJ Seb25

    That's Rock for you it's not some pussy music

  80. justin bratcher

    Fans didn't leave rock as much as MTV pushed them out

  81. Todd Smolen

    You make lots of assumptions. Why not title the video how you feel The Dirt Ignored Motley Crues story. Lame video



  83. Joe Fred

    The members were on set advising so it should be something like it was

  84. kingofallwhites

    They ignored all of the racism.

  85. chris henry

    This movie was a cartoon. Most embarrassing thing this band has ever done.

  86. Craven

    Aside from the timeline being out of whack, another thing the Dirt fails to mention is Vince Neil's solo career. When John Corabi takes his place, Vince is shown as a depressed, down on his luck, unemployed bum drinking his misery away at some bar. In reality, Vince had already put together a new band and had a solo album out before Motley Crue put their album out. Granted, this is a story about Motley Crue, and securing the rights to music from another record company probably played a part in leaving some of that out. But it certainly depicts Vince differently compared to the rest of the band.

  87. Daisy Cakes

    I don't really care. The Dirt was an awesome friggn movie and I personally loved it. But, this movie was abt EARLY life for the band. Most of the shit mentioned here happened later on. Just sayn.


    You want a 24 hrs movie ahahaha


    The band telling the story to the directors are totally wrong…….stop trying to correct first hand stuff

  90. thunder god

    Mötley had two good albums. After that there music sucked and there sound on stage went the same way as there albums suck.

  91. yroach

    The infamous radio interview

  92. mikemichaelmusic09

    This band of Pedophiles Sucks Donkey Dicks.

  93. Bread Sandwich

    Daniel Webber is so darn cute. And the guy who plays Nikki Sixx is breathtakingly gorgeous. Really good acting I thought as well

  94. Nathen Jordan

    So how do they get their own movie wrong? Lmao they wrote it

  95. Tommy Desimone

    This movie was garbage!

  96. Cicada 3301

    His name’s Rocker Tommy Lee!

  97. nathan layman

    They made some decent music for sure, but man these guys were real pieces of shit back in the day.

  98. IXth

    So how much of what they "left out" as you say was in the book? And if there was any mention how many pages covered it? Pray tell..

  99. Susse Kind

    It's a Crüe concert. You need to expect hot piss, cold beer, dry ice, and other random projectiles at any time. That's the way the shit works.

  100. trm

    Motley Crue is terrible. It's so sad.

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