Dr. Feelgood [20th Anniversary Expanded]

Dr. Feelgood [20th Anniversary Expanded]

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by Mötley Crüe
     
 

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Mötley Crüe's albums were a lot like episodes of Married with Children in the sense that they may not be great works of art but can be darn entertaining. With Bob Rock serving as producer, the L.A. headbangers savor the joys of trashy, unapologetically decadent fun on Dr. Feelgood -- an album that makes no pretense at being…  See more details below

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Mötley Crüe's albums were a lot like episodes of Married with Children in the sense that they may not be great works of art but can be darn entertaining. With Bob Rock serving as producer, the L.A. headbangers savor the joys of trashy, unapologetically decadent fun on Dr. Feelgood -- an album that makes no pretense at being anything else. While nothing here is quite as commanding as "Shout at the Devil," "Wild Side," or "Live Wire," such hook-oriented MTV smashes as "Kickstart My Heart," the amusing "Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)," and the title song are infectious and hard to resist, and helped make this the best-selling Mötley Crüe album ever, as well as providing their first Top Ten singles. Unfortunately, the album would be lead singer Vince Neil's last album with the band. Neil's departure -- and pop-metal's decline in popularity in the mid-'90s -- proved to be severe blows to Mötley Crüe. [Eleven Seven's 20th anniversary expanded edition was issued in 2009.]

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Product Details

Release Date:
05/26/2009
Label:
Eleven Seven Music
UPC:
0846070034626
catalogNumber:
346

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Mötley Crüe   Primary Artist
Skid Row   Background Vocals
Vince Neil   Harmonica,Vocals,Background Vocals,Shaker
Robin Zander   Background Vocals
Mike Amato   Background Vocals
Jack Blades   Background Vocals
Bob Dowd   Background Vocals
Tom Keenlyside   Horn
Marc LaFrance   Background Vocals
Rick Nielsen   Background Vocals
Ian Putz   Horn
Bob Rock   Bass,Bass Guitar,Background Vocals
David Steele   Background Vocals
Steven Tyler   Background Vocals
John Webster   Piano
Tommy Lee   Percussion,Drums,Background Vocals
Mick Mars   Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals,Voices
Nikki Sixx   Organ,Bass,Piano,Bass Guitar,Background Vocals,8-string Bass,12-string Bass Guitar
Henry Christian   Horn
Ross Gregory   Horn
Toby Francis   Background Vocals
Emi Canyn   Background Vocals
Donna McDaniel   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Vince Neil   Composer
Bob Rock   Producer,Engineer,Author,Audio Production
Randy Staub   Engineer
David Wild   Liner Notes
Tommy Lee   Composer
Mick Mars   Composer
Nikki Sixx   Composer,Lyricist
Steve Lowney   Engineer
Bob Defrin   Art Direction
Don Brautigam   Illustrations
Matty Spindel   Engineer
Allen Kovac   Management
Bobby Oberdorsten   Guitar Techician
Trevor Niemann   Artwork
Christain "Kutt" Nilsson   Management
Lewis Kovac   Management
Kevin Brady   Artwork,Logo Design
Donna McDaniel   Composer

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Dr. Feelgood 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
just the production level alone of Dr Feelgood is good enough to buy it. the guitars are really in your face and the band sounds absolutely over the top - well, Motley is always over the top, but i digress... the Crue definitely expanded their sound for this album. T.N.T - Terror 'n Tinseltown is pretty interesting, just with all the LA sounds and stuff then theres the acoustics on 'Slice Of Your Pie' - which for some reason reminds me a little of Aerosmith - that whole sleazy vibe... and of course,'Dr Feelgood' is a Crue classic - and it makes me feel alright:) 'Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)' has always been a Crue fav or mine. but i've only had it of the Greatest hits albums. The solo in 'Sticky Sweet' always blows me away. Mick Mars can still wail with the best of em.... Vince's vocals sound like a damn banshee screech! its awesome! Tommy Lee and Nicki Sixx are the tightest they've ever been
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