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|2.||All In The Name Of... Live|
|3.||Girls Girls Girls Live|
|4.||Slice Of Your Pie|
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|From: Greg||Date: January 31, 2005 at 18:36|
|Anyone have this?...is it worth getting?|
|From: AJ||Date: February 25, 2005 at 13:32|
|Greg, I have both of these raw tracks cd's both are good but 1 is better if you're a crue head by all means pick it up. You can get then on ebay cheap.|
|From: CC||Date: April 2, 2019 at 11:44|
|Of the two Raw tracks CDs this is the lesser one. The first one had a couple of original Leathur versions of their songs, which made it desirable at the time (no longer so desirable due to the whole album being made available elsewhere since). This one though had a couple of live tracks which might interest some, two tracks from Dr Feelgood and the cover of Teaser, which was available on the Make a difference foundation album which most fans of the bands on it would have more than likely already have bought. That would have been the only real version for this to be desirable to Motley fans I guess, but one year later the same song popped up on Decade of decadence anyway.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: April 2, 2019 at 13:32|
|CC, what do you know about a very early Crue song called "Nobody Knows What It's Like To Be Lonely?" Supposedly one of the very first songs they ever wrote. I heard it one time, when the band were on Rockline in 2001 maybe? If I recall, it was supposed to be on some DVD they were just then putting out.|
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