Mötley Crüe continues its 40th anniversary celebration with the release of the digital remaster of its iconic album Shout At The Devil. Hits such as Looks That KillToo Young To Fall In Love and title track Shout At The Devil are amplified on this version of the band’s breakthrough album. Selling over 200,000 copies in the first two weeks, Shout At The Devil established the band as one of the top-selling rock acts of the 1980s.

Released in September 1983, the band’s second studio album reached Number 17 on the Billboard 200. With two of its singles charting on the Billboard Hot 100, Shout At The Devil also featured a cover of The Beatles‘ 1968 song Helter Skelter. Moving over four million copies in the U.S., the album is now certified quadruple platinum in the U.S., triple platinum in Canada and gold in Australia. Most recently, Rolling Stone magazine ranked the album Number 44 in its list of “The 100 Greatest Metal Albums Of All Time” in 2017.

Mötley Crüe‘s 40th anniversary celebrations will culminate with the digital remaster of their album Too Fast For Love, arriving exactly 40 years to the original release date of November 10th, 1981. Their debut album was recorded at Hit City West Studios and made available via their own label Leathür Records. Eventually reaching platinum status in the U.S. and charting on the Billboard 200, the album was ranked Number 22 on Rolling Stone’s “The 100 Greatest Metal Albums Of All Time.”

The new remasters join the recently released digital remasters of Dr. FeelgoodGirls, Girls, Girls and Theatre Of Pain, which kicked off the band’s 40th-anniversary celebrations earlier this year.

The recently launched Mötley Crüe 101 Spotify playlist includes hits from the band’s entire discography. It gives new and existing fans a comprehensive guide to the band’s iconic musical legacy, taking them on a celebratory sonic journey for this special anniversary.

Mötley Crüe‘s The Stadium Tour with Def LeppardPoison and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts was originally scheduled to take place last summer but ended up being pushed back to 2021, and then to 2022, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Singer Vince Neil, bassist Nikki Sixx, 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’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.

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  • robert davenport on

    So it’s just brickwalled mixes of everything, no thanks….

  • Doug R. on

    No thanks, I’ll pass, I’m good with my SATD CD that I already have, besides, today, you have to “Keep Your Eye On The Money!” 😉 Thanks inflation.

    • Dana on

      What’s SATD?

    • Doug R. on

      SATD is Shout At The Devil

    • Dana on

      Oh, duh…I am so slow with acronyms…LOL! This lack of sleep isn’t helping, either.

    • Medved on

      Dana: SATD = Shout At The Devil?

    • Dana on

      Yes, thank you.

    • Doug R. on

      No worries, I get less sleep than a zombie…

  • Real Paul Stanley on

    Yeah they’ve already done a remastered reissue of all of their albums before. We, the rock fans, need to stop buying this stuff and maybe these bands like Kiss and Motley Crue that are dependent on this crap will get back in the studio and record new music! Not that I want a new “Kiss” record with Tommy Thayer but you get my point. At least Scorpions, Ozzy (whether you like Andrew Watt or not he did record a stellar album with Glenn Hughes as California Breed), Ace Frehley, Judas Priest, Black Label Society, AC/DC, Megadeth and others still keep churning out quality new albums with fresh songs every several years instead of constantly reissuing old albums.

  • Real Paul Stanley on

    Don’t worry Dana I’m not a fan of abbreviations or acronyms either. It takes a mere one or two seconds longer to write it out lol

  • shannon mehaffey on

    Speaking of new music: I got a nice preview of the new Mandy Lion songs that are going to land in early ’22. His music partner is Ron Mancuso from Beggars n’ Thieves, and the Bark at the Moon record. This music isn’t some nostalgia trip; it’s some of the best rock I’ve ever heard…any genre…it sounds like it was produced by Bob Ezrin…it’s that good.

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