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Motley Crue

New Tattoo

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2000

Label: Motley Records/Beyond

Catalog Number: 63895-78120-2

Average Rating: 80 / 100 (35 ratings)

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Personnel
Vince Neil vocals
Nikki Sixx bass
Mick Mars guitar
Randy Castillo drums
Tracks
1.  Hell on High Heels  
2.  Punched in the Teeth by Love  
3.  Treat Me Like the Dog I Am  
4.  Holywood Ending  
5.  New Tattoo  
6.  Fake  
7.  Dragstrip Superstar  
8.  Porno Star  
9.  1st Band on the Moon  
10.  White Punks on Dope  
11.  She Needs Rock and Roll  

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From: hard rock hank Date: January 12, 2002 at 18:50
This is the album that should have followed 'DR. FEELGOOD'.Not as good as some of their early work but definitely a major step in the right direction.Welcome back!!!

From: M. Allen Date: January 14, 2002 at 12:06
Much, much better than the experimental 'Generation Swine' CD. No, it doesn't attain 'Dr. Feelgood' level, but then again, not many hard rock albums do. This is a good, solid entry into the band's discography and a welcome return to form. The songs 'Hell on High Heels' & 'Punched in the Teeth by Love' are some of the best tracks Motley has penned since their 'Girls Girls Girls' era. If this release is a sign of things to come, I'll gladly continue to call myself a Motley Crue fan.

From: mojo Date: January 15, 2002 at 11:32
This is classic CRUE! Almost every track is killer rock n roll! A job well done!

From: Tony Date: April 10, 2002 at 0:32
Dug this album at first but wasn't 'wowed' by it. Two years later though and I listen to it at least once a week. Great songs and now to me one of their best albums. Should have been given more of a chance as it does grow on you. It doesn't help that Nikki Sixx himself seems to apologize for it now for some reason. Hey Nikki it's AWESOME!!!

From: David Date: April 10, 2002 at 5:53
For all you guys who don't know, Randy Castillo (the drummer on this album) died a few days ago from cancer.

From: Snif Guy Date: April 11, 2002 at 3:29
:~( We Know Hard Rockers never die... and I know he's making up himself in paradise

From: CHIRO Date: April 18, 2002 at 1:09
GOOD ALBUM.....

From: SleazyMusic Date: April 24, 2002 at 21:07
All right, some songs are great: treat me like the dog I am, Fake, Hell on high heels (uuuh, a song for all the fetish gangsters around the world..eheheh) but the production is poor.... It's the Motley's comeback to rock and roll... It's not excellent but I like it.

From: SleazyMusic Date: April 24, 2002 at 21:08
oh, I forgot it... God bless Randy Castillo I hope anywhere he's now, they let him playing drums R.I.P.

From: Glam Forever Date: May 11, 2002 at 0:59
The best Mötley Crüe album after the best one (everyone knows what it is). This band is the only that stays exactly the same after all these shity years! Keep rockin', Mötley! Girls Girls Girls!

From: Motley Date: May 27, 2002 at 15:49
does anybody know about the relase PERSONALITY #19 that never was released by the record company? Please give me any news about it!

From: ThunderDan Date: June 13, 2002 at 21:53
The guys went back to basics on this one. Maybe it isn't their best CD, but it's a great listen. This is the album that should have been released in 96, not that terrible 'Swine' album. 'Dragstrip Superstar' does it for me, killer song!! RIP Randy Castillo.

From: RichieRocker Date: June 27, 2002 at 21:26
I love 'Punched in the Teeth by Love' and a couple of other songs. This should have followed Dr.Feelgood in my opinion.

From: Reno Date: June 28, 2002 at 2:37
Yes Richie. This is the cd that should have been done instead of Swine. Generation Swine pretty much pissed off alot of Motley Crue die hard fans. It was a sellout on their part. This was a great return to their signature sound. Most of this cd I would compare to Primal Screem meets Wildside.

From: jason (FA - Q) Date: July 17, 2002 at 19:31
I know that it has been sometime now since Randy Castillo past away, but I just read about the concert that was held for him in L.A. It sounds like it was a blast. Some guys from GnR were there as well as Steven Tyler and Buckcherry. That would have been a great show! Alot of stars showed up for this. Randy was a very well liked Drummer. I think he played with Ozzy for about 10 years. R.I.P...........

From: David Date: August 4, 2002 at 0:14
Does anyone know what Tommy Lee's new cd is like? I'm to scared to buy because of he's last release.

From: RichieRocker Date: August 4, 2002 at 12:33
David, His new Cd is pretty cool, My favorite song is 'Higher' it is really heavy,'Fame' is good to there are a little filler but I would definatly look into this album. Keep rockin man!!

From: jason (FA - Q) Date: August 10, 2002 at 16:07
Arrest warrant has been issued for Vince Neil. He is accussed of throwing punches at producer Michael Schuman. The two don't know one another but, for some reason Vince got out of his car at a night club and punched the guy right in the face! The dude fell to the ground and fractured his elbow (that had to hurt). More info. on this at Melodicrock.com

From: rocknutter2001 Date: August 12, 2002 at 9:19
wow crue back to the 80s sound and this cd kicks ass hey what did you expect from one of the greatest rock n roll bands ever whatever they touch rocks these bands should be top of the charts not all this fucking crap music industry shit which they try to shove down our throats stick this cd in your player and learn what rock n roll is all about

From: nitrodoll Date: August 26, 2002 at 9:01
not quite the kick ass rock n roll album i expected to be honest..some songs are cool but it ain't my favorite crue disc... listening tips: 'punched in the teeth by love', 'hollywood ending', 'dragstrip superstar' and 'american zero', one of the best crue tunes only to be found on the japanese import version of this disc.. nitrodoll1974@hotmail.com

From: T-BONE Date: September 20, 2002 at 0:24
As much as I'm happy that they returned to their 'real' sound, This cd sounds rushed and uninspired. The production needs a little help. Great music and Vince sounds good, but the production is half assed. The track listing is in the wrong order also.

From: NIKKIRAYSIMMONS Date: November 6, 2002 at 23:39
IF THIS IS THEIR FINAL RELEASE IT WOULD BE ENDING THEIR CAREER ON A BAD NOTE. THE DISC WAS A MIXED BAG AT BEST. IT'S ALSO VERY UNFORTUNATE THAT THIS WAS RANDY'S LAST RECORDING EVER. SPECIALLY SINCE HE WAS A 'MONSTER' ON THE DRUMS, AN EQUAL TO TOMMY LEE, BUT WITH A DIFFERENT SPIN ON PLAYING. THIS DID NOT TRANSER ON TO THIS DISC. AND TO THINK THEY USED MIKE CLINK ON THIS RECORD?! EVEN MICK'S PLAYING FALLS SHORT OF HIS PLAYING ON ANY OF THE OTHER RECORDS. FAT VINCE'S PIPES ARE SHOT. 7.5

From: Great Dane Date: January 8, 2003 at 20:51
NIKKIRAYSIMMONS..........Why are you shouting.?? Well. Its good that the ultimate Glam band is back on track again. I miss Tommy though.

From: Dusty Date: January 20, 2003 at 11:55
Where have all the good times gone? Motley was great, but after feelgood, they just lost their way. It's much better then Swine, but it's just not as good as their first five albums. I hope they are going to make another album and rock like they used to do.

From: wadelink Date: January 20, 2003 at 15:30
i think this was desperate atempt to win back fans,but it was a better record than generation swine, there are good songs here thou!the drumming was awesome

From: Gar Date: January 20, 2003 at 22:21
Motley got into their time machine and went to 1990(well, except Tommy Lee). Classic Crue, but not their best effort. They get points for abandoning their semi industrial sound, though.

From: me Date: January 28, 2003 at 3:30
Motley Crue: born 1981...died 1991. fast, shout and feelgood are the only good albums the crue made, especially too fast for love and shout. They really lost their way in 1985-86 and post 1992, and it's a shame because I loved this band in the early 80's. Bring back Tommy, he's their most competent musician.....and God bless Randy Castillo!!! RIP

From: samolice Date: February 19, 2003 at 19:39
Why this album is so much criticized? I can't understand! All tracks are good and it's the same rock'n roll as for the first 4 albums. Hope the band will continue a long long long time with such good albums. 10/10

From: FM Date: March 17, 2003 at 2:05
I love this album, and I agree with the you who say that this should have been the follower to Dr.Feelgood. This is old-style Crue, it rocks and is fun. I liked the production, full and warm. If you are a Crue fan, you'll surely love this. Girls! Girls! Girls!

From: diferaos Date: May 3, 2003 at 3:47
El disco sin ser de lo mejor, logra entretener bastante. Temas a la vieja usanza con ritmos y letras alegres. La producción debió quitarle un poco de energía al disco, porque las demos del mismo se escuchaban muchísimo mas potentes.

From: Desslar Date: May 5, 2003 at 5:58
Solid, fun album in the classic Crue style. True, it could've been a bit harder, and you can hear some pop punk influences creeping in. I think High Heels may have been too retro for the lead single.

From: Mike Date: July 30, 2003 at 12:20
Simply put, this is a good, solid, FUN CD! Heck, they went into the studio and in 8 weeks they had this disc completed. Producer Mike Clink did a excellent job. Is their some lame and cheesy lyrics? Sure. But is their some classic Crue sounding guitars riffs and vocals? You bet! This is a way better release than most of the 80's bands that still actually put out records (Poison-Hollywierd, Scorpions, Dokken..need I say more?)Keep it Crue, do another CD and tour-with or without Tommy Lee.

From: BringBackThe80s Date: August 5, 2003 at 14:52
Crue went back to the old formula on this one...and it's a gr8 album in the screwed up world of rap & crappy pop thats thrown at us...n i am only 19 so i was just born when the band was in their prime...i wish i was a teenager in the 80s though!!...anyways,the production lacks a bit on this 1...'hell on high heels','new tattoo','1st band on the moon','punched in the teeth by love','hollywood ending' and 'fake' are my favourites on this one...long live the 80s!!!

From: Punkiz/obsesivo Date: September 24, 2003 at 7:37
UN disco de puta madre lo mejor que he escuchado en los años 2000 de hardrock,vuelven los cañeros motley crue,mucho mejor que generation swine o motley crue motley crue que apestaban a grunge del malo.

From: Edward Date: October 6, 2003 at 20:56
I like 'HELL ON HIGH HEELS', But I'm still not sure about the rest. But is much better than the self titled album and GENERATION SWINE. A step to the right direction again. The crue that was lost was back again, only to be disbanded. They broke-up after this released, am I right? Because after this released I heard on the news that the crue had broke-up. And I know that Tommy Lee has his solo record.

From: Date: January 12, 2004 at 3:08
I caught the tour for this CD in 1999 or 2000, I can't remember. I remember being shocked at how fat Vince had become, how he couldn't sing the words, and at times seemed to mumble gibberish. He was totally wasted. Randy Castillo kicked on drums although I secretly longed for Tommy to be behind the kit doing his stick twirls. Sixx was solid as always. The big shocker was hoe FRIGGIN AWESOME Mick Mars had become on guitar. The guy completely sliced down trees with the tone and the axemanship.

From: Dusty Date: January 13, 2004 at 6:24
Mick Mars guitarplay has improved a lot indeed. Just compare his kick ass solo's on this record with the solo's on Shout at the Devil. Although the feeling of this album is'n't as good as the early stuff, the guitars are much better (I love She Needs Rock 'n' Roll)

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From: Blue Charvel Date: January 13, 2004 at 10:19
Doesn't he employ studio musicians to do a lot of his guitar work?

From: Date: January 13, 2004 at 15:28
I don't know about the studio stuff, but live, Mick had the biggest most cutting guitar sound I've ever heard. Some notes rattled my rib cage. The guy really impressed me with the level of ability. Ya don't hear this type of playing any more.

From: Marty Valerio Date: January 30, 2004 at 22:50
A real motley fan likes all albums.Fuck all you critics

From: farty valencio Date: February 1, 2004 at 6:54
We appear to have a sycophant on the site here masquerading under the name of Marty. With this attitude of 'If your a real fan of a band they can never do any wrong' bullshit, you are letting yourself in for one pile of a crap CD collection. Not accepting when things are substandard is what allows tired old bunches of hasbeens like this lot to continue to produce any old crap and sell it to the likes of you. Wake up and smell the sweaty old socks that were Motley Crue, cos it's time for a change

From: bloodhound Date: February 28, 2004 at 13:26
This is by far and away the best post Shout at the Devil cd Motley Crue has released. It is a shame Tommy decided to waste his time with his Methods of Mayhem project instead. My only complaint the cd is that Nikki would waste such a cool guitar riff with such cheesy lyrics like 'First Band on the Moon'. If you like Motley get this cd for it truely is vintage Crue and better than 'Theater,Girls or Dr. Feelgood. However, thats just one mans opinion.

From: Elton Braga Date: March 8, 2004 at 14:46
This ain´t Motley´s best work, but that´s one is much better than that shit called Swine, what was very easy!Not a classical, but a good rememberance for the fans!

From: John Date: April 15, 2004 at 3:42
It's not as good as their classic albums (except Theatre, which sucked except for a few songs), but it's certainly a worthy addition to a Crue collection. Too bad it will probably be the last studio album they ever do, and the tour they did the summer it was released may be the last time we ever see them.

From: Guille Date: April 24, 2004 at 18:31
Classic Crue album,but is not Dr .Feelgood.

From: Firechicken Date: April 28, 2004 at 14:33
FINALLY, the long awaited tribute to the late Hervé Villechaize of Fantasy Island fame, this is funk rock masterpiece swelling with power of full horn section. Vince's powerful exposé of pet food industry 'Treat Me Like The Dog I Am', his beautiful ballad 'Porno Star' dedicated to most of his girfriends and wives, and his experiment with cross-dressing in 'Hell on High Heels' are just some of the many fine compositions on this talent-packed release! If only my dog were still alive to hear this!

From: Big Papa K Date: June 27, 2004 at 20:55
After trying be current with their last two albums, and turning out a couple great albums in fact, they release this stinker. The style sounds too forced and the songwriting is almost as bad as the mid 80's era. A few good tracks save it from being a mess ('Hell With High Heels', 'Fake', 'Treat Me Like A Dog'). 4/10

From: rockman Date: October 12, 2004 at 9:50
Geat album from an 80's rockers who still live and producing album in this 2K. I really like the ballads, specially new tattoo. I like it more and more after seeing Crued, Lewd, Tattoed. In memory: Randy Castillo, one greatest drummer world ever had.

From: wickedman Date: October 19, 2004 at 7:47
I cannot understand how people can compare Tommy with Randy Castillo.. Tommy is a good drummer but Randy is just exceptional!God bless him! This is a good album, every crue fan will like it. My fave is still Dr. Feelgood or Vince Neil's Exposed (a truely kickin ass album!)

From: Propane Date: December 2, 2004 at 23:45
I was expecting much better than this. Much better than Swine, mind you, but not top notch. Sounds too rushed, production quality could've been better. At least they got the hint.

From: TONY Date: December 7, 2004 at 11:45
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From: Calogero Date: December 24, 2004 at 5:51
For all those suckers who said Mick couldn't play a note. Here's to you!!!! Great Album Mr. Mars!!!! Sounds really great rockin' fuckin crue. The only thing missing here is the Lee touch, but Castillo did a good job anyway. The best since Feelgood so far. BUY IT!

From: Scandinavia Date: December 24, 2004 at 6:00
...And a merry X-mas to you...(Mars still can't play) :-)

From: Geoff Date: December 24, 2004 at 17:59
I actually believe the s/t is a better album than this one, and the best since 'Dr Feelgood', but I'm not sure that counts without Vince. I'll say this is the best Vince-fronted album since 'Dr Feelgood', but then again it's only compared to 'Generation swine'! I think this album is severely lacking and just doesn't sound like they're interested and into the songs here. Very lacklustre release and we ALL know the mighty Crue can do better than this. Decent, but de-spirited. I like Mick's playing

From: Cruester1169 Date: January 22, 2005 at 4:38
If anybody read The Dirt, they'd know where each band member was coming from musically. Sure G.Swine wasn't Crue's best album, but at least the had a shot at trying something different musically. But this album.....! Great return to form fella's. From the first track you had me back. Loved the clip for Hell On High Heels. Here's an idea. ONE MORE ALBUM BEFORE YOU BOW OUT TO SHOW US WHAT YOU CAN TRULY CREATE!!!

From: Sinnerboy Date: April 4, 2005 at 0:11
Great CD Like better than Dr. Feelgood. Not as polished as feelgood. Raw back to thier roots.

From: jakki steal Date: April 14, 2005 at 2:52
first off im a 18 year old girl and i love the crue always have always will. i even lost my virginity to the crue song "girls girls girls" (it was on the stereo in the backseat of this dudes car).new tattoo is a killer cd thru and thru. i could listen to "porno star" "hell on high heels" and "she needs rock n roll" all night long.

From: ninjapeter Date: August 24, 2005 at 1:47
Great album from a great band. I like this a lot. They are back to form with this album. I'm not sure what they were trying to prove with the last few albums but they weren't up to par with their early releases and this one. Anyway they are back on the right track with this. Rock on Crue. I rate this 8.5/10

From: Giouri Date: September 12, 2005 at 7:52
A comeback to their 80's sound with great Results! I ve the cartoon video made 4 Hell on high heels! I'll give this a 9 out of 10 because it lacks the energy provided by Tommy Lee (for God's shake i'm not saying Randy is no good!!!)!

From: TomStavely Date: October 6, 2005 at 4:29
Why is everybody giving high marks and overating crap albums by great bands, every album on this site seems to get 9/10. Dont be so generous with marks because it doesnt really give an idea of what the album is really like. This album is ok thats it 3 or 4 good songs no classics you would want them to play any of these songs if you saw them live, Crue could make a good album still but this is MOTLEY CRUD very CRUD infact its pretty crap. their worst album i would have to say crap sound. 4/10

From: poproxx2007 Date: December 23, 2005 at 0:30
The back to basics approach is appreciated but for some reason misses. I like the attitude but there is no great song here. I like what they were trying to do but to me it just misses..

From: walesforever Date: April 2, 2007 at 16:30
This album showed that Motley don't need Tommy Lee. It is sad that Randy Castillo died after this album, i think the Crue might have made another good album on a par with Dr Feelgood. She Needs Rock and Roll a very good song, more in line with the type of rock music people are listening to.

From: Rambo Rockerman Date: January 20, 2008 at 9:23
This record is getting high reviews here,i think only because the band is getting a lot of airplay. I own this CD with all the rest and being honest is just a pass,but if you a new guy wondering about this band try their old Stuff.

From: ryerordstar Date: March 6, 2008 at 15:51
This album rocks, The Crue Rulz!

From: PC Rocker Date: June 27, 2008 at 15:07
HEED MY WARNING if you are like me and are in love with Motley Crue's stuff in the 80s. If you are such a person, the only tracks that you will find relatively enjoyable are: Hell On High Heels, New Tattoo, the White Punks On Dope cover. The ones you just MIGHT like are: Dragstrip Superstar and Hollywood Ending (which is a pretty good tune). People, don't take out the wallet to buy this album if you're expecting the 80s blast from the past comeback. There are some very bad songs on here. 6/10

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: June 27, 2008 at 18:23
I remember people really liking this album when it first came out, myself included, but quickly turning against it, adn today, eight years later, it's not very highly regarded. I myself rarely listen to it either. But "Hell On High Heels," "1st Band On The Moon" and 'Punched In The Teeth" are all good songs.

From: Metal T Date: December 3, 2008 at 19:06
This was a decent album if for nothing else than that prick Tommy Lee didn't play on it....

From: zoomanthree Date: January 7, 2009 at 10:30
killer record!! almost stand at top of their talent (like dr.feelgood)rock n roll rules!!! this released, crue joined by randy castillo, who is one of best drummer in the world. randy make this released little bit different with him skill. can imagine in 2000, crue still crue!!!! enjoy!!!!

From: metalmastermusic Date: January 9, 2009 at 8:41
Well I'm really going to disagree with zoomanthree here, this is Crue's second worst album after Gen Swine (and I am a huge Crue fan). It has about 3 good songs on it and we will leave it at that. I like the Crue album without Vince better than this one overall. 70/100

From: edwithmj Date: January 10, 2009 at 0:27
I agree with zoomanthree. This was the first Crue album I heard and it actually got me into them. The first time I heard Hell On High Heels I was hooked. to be honest, although the earlier 80s Crue albums are great they just don't compare to this one. I remember getting their earlier discography and being slightly disappointed. This is how every 80s style rock band should sound. Almost every song is stand-out from the title track to the ballad New Tattoo to Fake. I just cannot understand the negative comments about this. Even compared to Dr. Feelgood this still wins and is STILL my favourite. This is absolutely their best work. 90/100

From: crashdiet1313 Date: June 6, 2009 at 21:23
The first REAL Crue record since Feelgood... hehe. Not bad considering the age of the band; but not the best of thier recent material either. "Hell On High Heels" is the best track. Fun record overall.

From: hair metal again Date: June 23, 2009 at 11:52
this is again a hair metal release by the legendary crue.after so many years they return to their roots with astraight,sleazy ,raw and heavy but also feel good sound.mike clink did an excellent job on production and mr mars shows his sleaze way of playing .nice songs,strong sound overall a great hard rock album.brilliant!

From: GlamSlam Date: August 24, 2009 at 2:05
Good album CRUE rox nothin´ more to say

From: pie75 Date: August 3, 2010 at 9:20
this is not a great cd but it's decent the best they could at the time i guess worth getting if you can get it cheap did dig hell on high heels,punched in the teeth by love,hollywood ending and the title track

From: J.Wylder Date: February 6, 2012 at 5:05
Randy Castillo's drumming was fine on this disc, nothing to complain about, BUT the mix of the drums was not that good. The drums sound too thin, esp when compared to Tommy's pounding drum sounds of tracks like Bitter pill and Enslaved two years earlier. Also, Nikki Sixx, who was once a solid songwriter, does no longer have the same ability to write a killer song. Yes, some songs of SOLA are strong, as well as If I die tomorrow/Sick love song, but there are also fillers. Generation Swine and New Tattoo are both full of semigood songs and fillers, and both did hurt the band's catalogue quality-wise. One good album (SOLA) and some few new great songs of three compilations (DOD, GH and RWAC) post-Dr. Feelgood is just NOT enough. Mr Sixx is not the song writer he once was. Performance on New Tattoo was fine, but average songs and production ruined it IMO. They tried with this album, but did not succeed. Good for Tommy, who they brought back.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 16, 2014 at 16:46
rocking album with a bit of a modern touch in it but conserving the real sound of the band intact..."Hell On High Heels" is one hell of a catchy song that along with "Treat Like The Dog I Am","New Tattoo"(nice),"1st Band On The Moon","Punched In The Teeth By Love" & "Porno Star" are my faves...84/100


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