Two new Motley Crue songs, Ride With The Devil and Crash And Burn, can be streamed below. The tracks appear on The Dirt Soundtrack that accompanies the upcoming Netflix film The Dirt”, based on The New York Times best-selling 2001 autobiography by the band and Neil Strauss. Listen to both songs, below.

To listen to Crue’s cover of Madonna’s Like A Virgin, click here. Also, read more about The Dirt soundtrack, view a track listing and to listen to the song, The Dirt (Est. 1981) (feat. Machine Gun Kelly), please click here.

The Dirt airs tonight (March 22nd) on Netflix.

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  • Jason Falkinham on

    I was very much against Motley using a rapper in a song, but since he was kind of chanting and not full on rapping, I thought the part was pretty cool. These songs are decent, but just a shell of what Motley was once able to do. Either way, it was nice to hear some new stuff from them that didn’t completely suck!

  • Charles Clinchot on

    Bolton was a terror and as much as Jofrie and little finger all who got a well deserved end. As always Mick Mars performance was great ( my favored member of Motley Crüe ) I also found the scene were Sixx was in the ambulance who was the more drugged out Sixx or the guy trying to revive him. Also another song in movie that was a cover of Live wire sung by a woman .

    • Dana on

      Yes, Charles,

      All of those characters were repugnant, but Bolton may have been the worst in terms of his character being downright sadistic and cruel. Geoffrey was also was very cruel, but his tongue was his weapon. Bolton relished in torturing people.

      BTW, I started watching GoT just to see Geoffrey get poisoned, I did not watch the seasons prior, but did know what happened.

      D 🙂

  • Charles Clinchot on

    Saw the first season then started reading the books the show passed the books 8 years since the last one still waiting for last two this guy like the Chinese Democracy of the fantasy literature world

    • Dana on

      Yes that was the perfect analogy. George RR Martin, is definitely the Axl Rose of the Sci-Fi boo world.

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