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Motley Crue

Motley Crue sparked a subgenre of music in the ’80s with their radio-friendly hair metal, but they’re just as well known today for their unabashedly hedonistic lifestyle. Despite some ups and downs over the years — singer Vince Neil was involved in a fatal car accident while intoxicated, bassist Nikki Sixx was temporarily declared dead after overdosing on heroin — they sobered up for their biggest album ever, 1989′s ‘Dr. Feelgood,’ and managed to survive through the grunge-focused ’90s with a couple of albums. The Crue’s original lineup — Neil, Sixx, drummer Tommy Lee and guitarist Mick Mars — has pretty much remained intact for most of their career (Neil and Lee temporarily bowed out of the group for brief periods). In 2014, the band embarked on a farewell tour that it swears will really be final. We’ll see.

Hear Motley Crue’s ‘Too Young to Fall in Love’ Covered by Pop Singer Chelsea Lankes

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Mötley Crüe proved their songs could survive in the hands of country stars with last year's Nashville Outlaws tribute album, and now singer Chelsea Lankes has demonstrated that at least one of the band's classic cuts makes for a pretty good pop song too.

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Motley Crue Albums, Ranked Worst to Best

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The members of Motley Crue have had more than their share of highs and lows over the years, and that goes for the band's discography, too.

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Here’s Exactly How Tommy Lee’s ‘Cruecifly’ Drum Kit Works

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A website for drummers gives the technical details Tommy Lee's "Cruecifly" set up.

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Motley Crue Bid Farewell to Japan During ‘Final Tour’ Dates

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Theo Wargo, Getty Images/NBC

It isn't uncommon for rock stars to tell audiences "we love you," but as Mötley Crüe played what were being billed as its last-ever shows in Japan, the affection seemed stronger than usual.

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23 Years Ago: Motley Crue Fire Vince Neil

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Elektra Records

Motley Crue fired Vince Neil at the height of their fame in February of 1992.

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Aerosmith’s ‘Love in an Elevator’ vs. Motley Crue’s ‘Ten Seconds to Love’ – Clash of the Titans

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Rock stars need regular doses of lovin', but they lead such busy lives that finding the time can be a real chore.

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Tommy Lee Says Alice Cooper Is Welcome to Kill Motley Crue

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Ethan Miller, Getty Images

Alice Coope, being Alice Cooper, surprised few when he suggested killing touring mates Motley Crue as a send-off gesture.

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Motley Crue Members Look Forward to Life After ‘The Final Tour’

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Theo Wargo/NBC, Getty Images

Tommy Lee has led one of the more active solo careers in Motley Crue, but looking back now, he calls all those efforts "a waste of f---ing time."

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Hear Alex Trebek Read Motley Crue Lyrics on ‘Jeopardy!’

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We've finally been given the glam metal equivalent of the rapping granny from 'The Wedding Singer,' courtesy of longtime 'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek.

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10 Years Ago: Motley Crue Reunite With Tommy Lee, Release ‘Red, White & Crue’

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Motley Records

Dysfunctional on their best days, the guys in Motley Crue just couldn't seem to keep it together during the '90s.

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