Shout at the Devil [Crücial Crüe Edition]

Shout at the Devil [Crücial Crüe Edition]

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by Mötley Crüe
     
 

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Shout at the Devil displays Mötley Crüe's sleazy and notorious yet quite entertaining metal at its best. When compared to its predecessor, Too Fast for Love, one can see that the band's musical range has certainly widened over the course of these two albums; the record features catchy, hard-rocking songs, but also

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Shout at the Devil displays Mötley Crüe's sleazy and notorious yet quite entertaining metal at its best. When compared to its predecessor, Too Fast for Love, one can see that the band's musical range has certainly widened over the course of these two albums; the record features catchy, hard-rocking songs, but also includes an instrumental ("God Bless the Children of the Beast") and a powerful cover of the Beatles' "Helter Skelter." While such later albums as Dr. Feelgood would achieve a higher amount of critical acclaim, no Mötley Crüe album surpasses the quality of Shout at the Devil. [In 1999, the Crüe remastered and reissued Shout at the Devil on their own Motley/Beyond label with four bonus tracks: three demos, including versions of the title track and "Looks That Kill," and a previously unreleased song.]

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Release Date:
09/30/2008
Label:
Eleven Seven Music
UPC:
0846070031021
catalogNumber:
310
Rank:
4299

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Shout at the Devil 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Crue have returned... once again... but it still rules. i have some of the other crue albums, but i finally got this one just last week. i love the cover of Helter Skelter on here - this is actually the first time i've heard their version. this RULES! Ten Seconds to Love tho, i dunno... the lyrics in that song are a little much for me. i've always thought it was a little much - but that was the thing back then, yknow? The Looks that Kill demo version is pretty cool. its pretty cool hearing more of that stripped down vibe instead of the "studio" sound. it KIIIIIIIIiiiiiiiiiLLLLLLs! the other extra tracks are pretty decent. the instrumental is really good - just your straight forward classic Mick Marz riffing. "we like it, um we like, um we like hot" - best lyric ever! j/k, but i guess it is a demo afterall.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A great album. Classic songs such as Looks that Kill, Ten Seconds to Love, Knock Em' Dead Kid and the title track, Shout at the Devil are all ones I could listen to over and over again. Don't kid yourself, this CD is a must.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Of all the metal albums that span history, this is in the top ten..both in influence and musicianship. The riffs are sharp, catchy, and heavy. The attitude is perfect. Vinces vocals rock. In my opinion, the Crue went downhill from here, making pop rock ala warrant, poison, and Trixter. But this album is brilliant...a fact that true metal fans have always known.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Well most certainly this the album most memorable for me as a youth. It is at least in my opinion the most valued crue CD to date. I've listened to it since it's debut when I was only 7 years old and I loved it. I could not believe how powerful the sound was at that time. It was one of the first albums to inspire me to play guitar besides Metallica of which I might add are now a pathetic group of sellouts!!! ( PS... Metallica are the sellouts NOT crue) just so you're not mistaken. That's one thing I've always respected from the crue is that they stuck around for the music and not the money. All hail to Motley Crue forever!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am a huge Motley Crue fan. This was the second Crue cd I bought the first was their Greatest Hits. I thought this had great songs such as Looks that Kill, Ten Seconds to Love, Knock em' dead kid, Too young to fall in love and the classic title track, Shout at the Devil. Every rock fan should put this one in the stereo and turn up all the way.