Special Sub-Topic: Mötley Crüe 1981-2011: 30 Years of Decadence
|Which of the following songs was not on Motley Crue's debut 1981 album, "Too Fast For Love"?|
Ten Seconds To Love. "Ten Seconds To Love" was the 10th track on Motley Crue's second album, "Shout At The Devil". Both "Too Fast For Love" and "Shout At The Devil" would be certified platinum in the U.S.A., with "Shout At The Devil" reaching platinum four times.
|Motley Crue has covered many songs over the years. Which of the following is not one of the songs they have covered?|
Knock 'Em Dead Kid. "Knock 'Em Dead Kid" was written by Motley Crue singer Vince Neil and bassist Nikki Sixx, released on their second album, "Shout At The Devil". 1970s rock band Brownsville Station composed and performed "Smokin' In The Boys' Room", in 1973. The Beatles wrote "Helter Skelter" in 1968, and music composers Jerry Lieber and Mike Stoller wrote "Jailhouse Rock" in 1957. "Jailhouse Rock" was performed and popularized by Elvis Presly.
|Which of the following Motley Crue albums is the only one to have reached number one on the billboard 200?|
Dr. Feelgood. "Dr. Feelgood", is Motley Crue's only album to reach number one on the Billboard 200. It was released in 1989, and has been certified six times platinum in the United States. "Girls, Girls, Girls", released in 1987, came close to number one, but only managed to get to number two.
|There is a popular Motley Crue song called "If I Die Tomorrow". It was released on their "Red, White and Crue" album in 2005. Which band originally wrote it?|
Simple Plan. Simple Plan wrote the song "If I Die Tomorrow", however they didn't really like it. Motley Crue producer Bob Rock brought the song to Motley Crue to record for their compilation album "Red, White, and Crue" they were working on at the time.
|Which of the following musicians never played drums with Motley Crue?|
Johnny Dee. Johnny Dee was the most well-known drummer from the Philadelphia based band Britny Fox. Tommy Lee is considered the classic drummer from Motley Crue, however when he went to jail in 1998, he was replaced for one album; 2000's 'New Tattoo' by Randy Castillo. On the ensuing tour for that album, Castillo got sick and had to be replaced by former Hole drummer Samantha Maloney. She remained with the band until Tommy Lee rejoined in 2004.
|Which of the following Motley Crue songs was not released on their EP "Quaternary" in 1994?|
Welcomb to the Numb. "Welcomb to the Numb" was on Motley Crue's self-titled album in 1994.
|All of these songs were on Motley Crue's 1997 album "Generation Swine", two of them were not released until 2003 when Motley Crue re-released all their albums. One was a Japanese bonus track. Which one of these songs were released on the original United States version of this album?|
Let Us Prey. "Let Us Prey" was on the original version, while "Song To Slit Your Wrist By" was released only in Japan. "Kiss The Sky" and "Wreck Me" were released in the 2003 remastered edition of the album.
|"Ragtime fast lane another overdose
You know James Dean wasn't playin' the role
I said 'hey, you, whatcha gonna do when the time runs out on you?'"
What Motley Crue song contains these lyrics?|
Use It Or Lose It. "Use It Or Lose It" was released on 1985's "Theatre of Pain" album. It was written by all four members of the band. Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, and Mick Mars.
|In 1991, Motley Crue released "Decade of Decadence", a compilation album consisting of songs from their first five studio albums. There were also a few new recorded songs. Which of the following was not one of them?|
Hooligan's Holiday. "Hooligan's Holiday" was written by John Corabi, Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, and Mick Mars. It was released on Motley Crue's self-titled 1994 album. The other three were on "Decade of Decadence".
|How many previously unreleased songs were there on Motley Crue's 1999 compilation album called "Supersonic and Demonic Relics"?|
Five. "Supersonic and Demonic Relics" was a compilation album released in 1999. It contained Motley Crue songs from the 1990s. The five previously unreleased tracks were "Say Yeah", "Mood Ring", "Monsterous", "Sinners & Saints", and "So Good, So Bad".
|Which of the following was one of the newly recorded tracks for the 1998 "Greatest Hits" release?|
Bitter Pill. "Bitter Pill" was released for the first time on the bands 1998 compilation entitled "Greatest Hits". It reached number twenty-two in the United States on their mainstream rock chart.
|Which song was the one single released from Motley Crue's album "New Tattoo" in 2000?|
Hell on High Heels. This album itself wasn't as commercially successful as previous Crue albums, however "Hell on High Heels" peaked at a respectable number 13 on the United States mainstream rock chart.
|What was a track released as a single from 2008's "Saints of Los Angeles"?|
White Trash Circus. The choice for this album's third single came down to "White Trash Circus", and "Chicks = Trouble". It was voted by Motley Crue fans, and "White Trash Circus" won the majority of the vote.
|Motley Crue released a studio album in which of the following years?|
1983. In 1983, Motley Crue released "Shout at the Devil". It sold over four million copies in the United States and is considered their breakthrough album.
|In 2003, Motley Crue re-released all their studio albums, some with previously unreleased songs. Which song was released for the first time from the album "Girls, Girls, Girls"?|
Rodeo. "Rodeo" was released for the first time in 2003 on the re-released version of "Girls, Girls, Girls". "Get It For Free" was on the re-released version of "Dr. Feelgood", "I Will Survive" was on the re-released version of "Shout At the Devil", and "Tonight" was on the re-released version of "Too Fast For Love".
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