In November 1981, Mötley Crüe stormed into the cultural zeitgeist with the release of their debut album Too Fast For Love, setting the stage for what would become one of the most iconic careers ever in music. This year, the band is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a special series of music re-releases and fan activations, revisiting its globally acclaimed catalogue. The first release will be a digital remastering of their smash 1987 album Girls, Girls, Girls. The groundbreaking body of work features hits Wild SideYou’re All I Need and the title track Girls Girls Girls, which became a global success, despite the original uncensored video being banned by MTV. True to the band’s play-by-their-own-rules ideology that has given a safe space for millions of fans all over the world to express themselves freely, the video was named “one of the most NSFW (not safe for work) videos of all time” by Rolling Stone in 2011.

Fans can now pre-order this special remastered digital edition of Girls, Girls, Girls album ahead of its release on June 11th. Further releases to be announced soon.

Bassist Nikki Sixx recently said about the Crüe’s 40th anniversary, “In Kickstart My Heart the lyrics say, ‘When we started this band / All we needed, needed was a laugh / Years gone by, I’d say we’ve kicked some ass.’

It’s always been about great songs and over-the-top live shows for us. The fans were always right by our side. I don’t know where all of the years went. It went by in a flash. What I can’t forget are the four decades of fans who have counted themselves as Crüeheads from day one, supporting us through thick and thin. To them we are in debt and thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

Happy 40th birthday to us all.”

Singer Vince NeilSixx, guitarist Mick Mars and drummer Tommy Lee are firmly ingrained in the fabric of rock history. Mötley Crüe has sold over 100 million albums worldwide, achieving seven USA platinum and multi-platinum albums, 22 Top 40 mainstream rock hits, six Top 20 pop singles and three Grammy nominations.

The band has had 1.6 billion streams across digital providers and has over 8 million social media followers. In 2006, the band was inducted into the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.

A stunning live act, Mötley Crüe has taken its incendiary show across the world, selling over 100 million tickets globally.

The band’s biography The Dirt: Confessions Of The World’s Most Notorious Rock Band, first published in 2001, became a New York Times best-seller and has sold over one million copies worldwide. In addition, the band members have authored three other New York Times best-sellers.

2019 saw The Dirt released as a feature-length biopic. The film became one of the biggest releases of that year and scored a 94% positive audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.

The band remains a huge global draw. Mötley Crüe is set to co-headline a nearly sold-out North American stadium tour with Def LeppardPoison and Joan Jett.

Mötley Crüe’s legacy and influence in the global music scene cannot be underestimated. 2021 is the year to celebrate the achievements of this extraordinary band.

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  • robert davenport on

    This is wishful thinking but eddie trunk should call mark Cuban, plead the case to establish the real rock and roll hall of fame.. no rap no soul, no country only pure rock , punk , hard rock and all metal genre’s, I believe its doable with the right investors. you know all the artists would be there in support of eddie , the vote could be 50% fans , eddie and he could hand pick open minded rock loving voters, superstars from all genre’s, exmp: morello is already a voter, you could pick say robin zander as a voter, Ted Nugent , paul and gene etc… and of course Dana !

    • Dana on


      I really like your idea, and thank you for your endorsement, but Cuban is a tool. Maybe, ask Eddie’s BFF Mike Piazza to fund it? 🙂

      Also, I downvote Morello as a voter, and upvote Lenny Kravitz, instead.

      D 🙂

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