Revitalised rockers Motley Crue continue to build on the success of the past few years with the re-release of their seminal Dr Feelgood album next month – issued as a deluxe double CD edition!
The original release saw the Crue reach their commercial peak, combining hit singles with a powerful production and a series of eye-catching clips perfect for the MTV generation. But 20 years on from its chart-topping debut it’s time for fans new and old to relive a true hair metal classic.
Although the original tracks are said to sound even sharper after the full remastering treatment the real treat is the second disc. Live versions of Girls, Girls, Girls and Dr Feelgood, from a show in Russia, should remind the masses of just how great the band were as a live act long before a series of questionable Crue Fest shows.
Released on September 21, almost 20 years to the day since the original record hit stores, the Dr Feelgood Deluxe Edition – reviewed in full right here next month – boasts the following tracklisting:
T.nT. (Terror in Tinseltown)
Slice of Your Pie
Kickstart My Heart
Same Ol’ Situation (S.O.S.)
She Goes Down
Don’t Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)
Time for Change
Dr. Feelgood (demo)
Without You (demo)
Kickstart My Heart (demo)
Get It For Free (remix)
Time for Change (demo)
Girls Girls Girls (live version)
Red Hot live (live version)
All In The Name Of Rock (live version)
Dr. Feelgood (live version)