Mötley Crüe culminates their 40th anniversary celebrations of digital re-releases with the digital remaster of their debut album Too Fast For Love, arriving exactly 40 years to the original release date of November 10, 1981. They recorded it at Hit City West Studios and made it available via their own label Leathür Records. Too Fast For Love eventually earned platinum status in the US and charting on the Billboard 200. Listen to the album now!
Thirty-five years ago, 1980s glam rock and heavy metal leaders Mötley Crüe released their excellent second album Shout At The Devil (Elektra). Following up from their solid debut Too Fast For Love, this album has gone on to legend status over the years for breaking the band through to bigger audiences. It was definitely a commercial breakthrough and fan-favorite, although it was critically drubbed by some at the time. The next step in band mastermind Nikki Sixx’s plan for world domination (and to be the next KISS), it’s full of classic Crüe songs, memorable choruses, and some killer musical performances from the band. Continue reading