Got my Leathür Records copy in '81 when it first came out. I have to check it as soon as it has arrived if it is a rumour or true. There was clapping with cowbell, then the main riff stopped — more clapping with cowbell. A chugging guitar in the background added the depth. Following its hard rock and heavy metal origins, with the third album Theatre of Pain 1985 the band joined the first wave of glam metal. What is the best sounding version all things considered? The chorus built and had so much power.
Take Me To The Top 4. The third pressing has red lettering on the cover and the record label is black with white lettering. There is also a early Canadian pressing that has the Leathur Records mix. The Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal: Volume 2: The Eighties. A friend of mine let me borrow his copy.
I would like to get the best possible sounding version of the Leathur Records original mix. I too would love a digital version from the master. This went on a couple more times… It was over!!! I have a 2nd pressing. All of a sudden, it stopped! Along the top, there is a bluish stain that does not interfere with the images or the writing it can be seen in the close up of Vince. Raw Tracks being from a playback with Dolby on which is correct for this tape and 1999 bonus tracks from a playback with Dolby turned off. Of course, Mötley Crüe has reissued this album on vinyl, which I own. Although released in late 1981, Too Fast for Love did not enter the until 1982.
The back of the record album doesn't have the gold limited edition stamp and it doesn't have it on the 45 cover either. I could feel the song was quickly drawing to a close. Pictures of the entire back cover and side 1 label are available, and will be emailed to any interested buyers - simply contact me and I will send them. It was an album called Too Fast For Love. The next track started with a quick bar dive into a a cool riff. Take Me To The Top 04.
How is the quality of Motley's Leauther mix on Music To Crash your Car to? Pressed On Audiophile Quality Quiex Type Virgin Vinyl. The lyric sheet is included, but does show some signs of age as well. I thought to myself of how cool this was, then suddenly a big build up started the next song. I waited for the chorus. Most Crue fans seem to prefer the Leathur version over the Elektra version, as the Elektra version took away a lot of the rawness that the Leathur version had. Insert Has Small Corner Crease.
Where did you hear the masters are lost? This Copy Does Not Have A Cut Out Hole Seen In Photo. Would love to know what those were and where they are now. The lyrics spok of Frankie who passed away prematurely. It is available on the first box set Music To Crash Your Car To also. Come On And Dance 09. I understand it's a needledrop, but wondering how clean it is? A thundering guitar riff started the next song.
So that fateful Christmas morning in 1984, to my amazement was a Mötley Crüe tape from my Grandparents. Outside Of That, A Truly Beautiful Piece Of Glam Trash. This re-release, with a different track listing and slightly different artwork e. It's rumored to be sourced from the master tapes. Feelgood Would Achieve A Higher Amount Of Critical Acclaim, No Mötley Crüe Album Surpasses The Quality Of Shout At The Devil. The channels are also swapped.
Wait a second, that song was third on the tape listing. It was just by default that my grandparents went into a store and purchased that Leathür Records mix for me. I was astounded by the pop sensibility that this track possessed. Didn't really need it, but couldn't pass it up. Something was going on here.
I unfortunately do not own any of the original pressings, but have been trying to win a copy off Ebay. Even if they are lost, they must have the multitracks as the Electra version obviously uses a lot of it. But at the same time, it did indeed say Elektra Records on it. It's only 2 large printed pages and a 5 minute read. It was pure magic to my young ears.
What else would be with this tape? But, it's not as bad as other modern stuff. . While the album only reached number 77 on the album chart in the United States, it would ultimately reach status. I again checked the back of the tape. I was only 10 years old. Stick To Your Guns 08.