Review - Music To Crash Your Car To

Artist: Motley Crue

Music To Crash Your Car To
Label: Motley/Hip-O
Media: CD
Format: Album
WorkNameSort: Music To Crash Your Car To

Although there's a gold mine of metal box sets coming out this fall -- everything from Sabbath and Motörhead to Slayer and Cannibal Corpse -- this 2-CD/1-DVD collection from Mötley Crüe is the most perversely enticing. Sure, the title is patently offensive, the music aspect is little more than a glorified "best of" (making it the band's third) and once again the band ignores their fans' long-standing desire for a presentation of the legendary Leathur Records version of "Too Fast For Love." But, having 38 songs, both the great ("Live Wire") and not-so-great ("Glitter") along with 10 videos (although they neglected to include "Too Young To Fall In Love," they also left off "Without You," so don't complain too much) means that this is pretty much all the Crüe you'll ever need.


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