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Motley Crue

Music to Crash Your Car to - Volume 1

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Category: Glam

Year: 2003

Label: Hip O Records

Catalog Number: 80001460-02

Average Rating: 79 / 100 (8 ratings)

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Personnel
Vince Neil vocals, guitar
Nikki Sixx bass
Tommy Lee drums, keyboards
Mick Mars guitar
Tracks

Disc 1
1.  Live Wire Leathur Mix  
2.  Public Enemy #1 Leathur Mix  
3.  Take Me to the Top Leathur Mix  
4.  Merry-Go-Round Leathur Mix  
5.  Piece of Your Action Leathur Mix  
6.  Starry Eyes Leathur Mix  
7.  Stick to Your Guns Leathur Mix  
8.  Come On and Dance Leathur Mix  
9.  Too Fast for Love Leathur Mix  
10.  On With the Show Leathur Mix  
11.  Live Wire  
12.  Come On and Dance  
13.  Public Enemy #1  
14.  Merry-Go-Round  
15.  Take Me to the Top  
16.  Piece of Your Action  
17.  Starry Eyes  
18.  Too Fast for Love  
19.  On With the Show  

Disc 2
20.  Toast of the Town  
21.  Tonight  
22.  Too Fast for Love Alternate Intro  
23.  Merry-Go-Round Live  
24.  In the Begining  
25.  Shout at the Devil  
26.  Looks that Kill  
27.  Bastard  
28.  God Bless the Children of the Beast  
29.  Helter Skelter  
30.  Red Hot  
31.  Too Young to Fall in Love  
32.  Kock Em Dead Kid  
33.  Ten Seconds to Love  
34.  Danger  
35.  Shout at the Devil Demo  
36.  Looks That Kill Demo  
37.  Hotter than Hell Demo  
38.  I Will Survive  
39.  Too Young to Fall in Love Demo  

Disc 3
40.  City Boy Blues  
41.  Smokin in the Boys Room  
42.  Louder than Hell  
43.  Keep Your Eye on the Money  
44.  Home Sweet Home  
45.  Tonight (We Need a Lover)  
46.  Use It or Lose It  
47.  Save Our Souls  
48.  Raise Your Hands to Rock  
49.  Fight for Your Rights  
50.  Home Sweet Home Demo  
51.  Smokin in the Boys Room Alt Guitar Solo-Rough Mix  
52.  City Boy Blues Demo  
53.  Home Sweet Home Instrumental Rough Mix  
54.  Keep Your Eye on the Money Demo  
55.  Tommys Drum Piece from Cherokee Studios  

Disc 4
56.  Wild Side  
57.  Girls,Girls,Girls  
58.  Dancing on Glass  
59.  Bad Boy Boogie  
60.  Nona  
61.  Five Years Dead  
62.  All In The Name Of...  
63.  Sumthin For Nuthin  
64.  You'Re All I Need  
65.  Jailhouse Rock Live  
66.  Girls,Girls,Girls Tom Werman and Band Intro-Rough Mix of Instrumental Track  
67.  Wild Side Instrumental-Rough Mix  
68.  Rodeo  
69.  Nona Intrumental Demo Idea  
70.  All in the Name of... Live  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rockhead Date: February 4, 2004 at 14:30
Awesome, Awesome, Awesome Box set. Beautifully packaged with a great booklet this is the ultimate Crue covering their best albums PLUS Leathur mix of 1st cd which sounds great. Loads of bonus tracks also makes this indispensible.

From: CC Date: February 8, 2004 at 10:43
I am both happy & disapointed at the same time with this box set! While its nice to have the Leathur mix of Too fast,nearly all the other "rare" tracks were available on the re-released CDs already! I can think of only two live tracks that have not been available before & one track that was only available on the second re-release of the albums!

From: CC Date: February 8, 2004 at 10:43
Surely the track "Nobody knows what its like to be lonely" which was only available on the Lewd,crued & tattooed DVD,should have been included as it was recorded during this period!

From: drummerfish Date: February 22, 2004 at 5:26
what about the tune BLACK WIDOW? should of been here,as well as other unreleased tunes.i'm also happy yet dissapointed with this-and i'm sure the next 3 box sets.if your going to release box sets,don't put the already 3 times released albums with (then)unreleased tracks.that's what best of's & greatest hits are for(which will be in the next box sets) even if the studio vaults are empty as nikki says,there's tons of live stuff.what about the US FESTIVAL PREFORMANCE? evertone wants that.hook it up

From: Christine Date: February 22, 2004 at 17:12
I'm not complaining... keeps me from having to get all the damned re-releases!!

From: Dean Date: February 25, 2004 at 12:29
the byline of this cd should have been "and get away scott free" Sorry but the title of this is just in total poor taste with no respect at all to Razzle. Christ- just when people stopped talking about that damn accident- they have to name their cd this?

From: Metal Pete Date: February 25, 2004 at 13:19
I agree with the bad call on the title. I thought it was a joke when I first heard of it. I won't buy it simply on that principle. The Crue seems to lose more of my respect each year. I've heard all their stuff, and like some of it, but the only one I own currently on cd is 'Shout..'. Think I will keep it that way.

From: ROSWELL Date: March 13, 2004 at 23:02
a pue un peu l'arnaque, cette affaire, mais bon l'argent n'a pas d'odeur...

From: Dusty Date: July 12, 2004 at 16:52
I really don't see the point of this release. first the remaster all their albums, three years later the re-release em, and now they rerelease em, but as a boxed set. How many bucks are they trying to make out of their albums. Same thing goes for the DVDs. First Loud As Fuck with a few videos and a greatest hits cd, then another (very cool and complete though) video DVD. Don't get me wrong, I love the Cre, but I think they should release something we don't already have, like the concert from th

From: Propane Date: December 2, 2004 at 23:47
Best of for the hungry masses.

From: TONY Date: December 7, 2004 at 11:44
MOTLEY CRUE IN CONCERT SOON, CHECK MOTLEY.COM

From: Nick C Date: January 13, 2005 at 17:20
After Shout was released I got VERY bored of Crue fast (I even sold my Leathur copy of TFFL at a ridiculously low price). Also seeing Cheap Trick blow them off stage in Manchester didn't make me want to get back into them (but it did turn me on to C.Trick!). I grabbed this, mainly as the original TFFL was now on a nice shiny disc.I'm glad I got it...some great memories of hard rock clubs I used to go to that always seemed to be blasting out Crue songs..so I guess they were always around me! 7/10


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