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Saints of Los Angeles

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Download links and information about Saints of Los Angeles by Mötley Crüe / Motley Crue. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 44:03 minutes.

Artist: Mötley Crüe / Motley Crue
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 13
Duration: 44:03
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. L.A.M.F. 1:21
2. Face Down In the Dirt 3:44
3. What's It Gonna Take 3:45
4. Down At the Whisky 3:50
5. Saints of Los Angeles (Gang Vocal) 3:40
6. M**********r of the Year 3:55
7. The Animal In Me 4:16
8. Welcome to the Machine 3:00
9. Just Another Psycho 3:36
10. Chicks = Trouble 3:13
11. This Ain't a Love Song 3:25
12. White Trash Circus 2:51
13. Goin' Out Swingin' 3:27

Details

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It’s 2008 and do you know where Motley Crue are? About where you might expect them, given their nefarious track record. After years of band infighting, legal hassles, replacement singers, uncomfortable stylistic shifts and the endless exploitation of their bad boy behavior, the original line-up are back on the arena stage and cranking out their old-school, glammed-up heavy metal riffs for all the world to bang their head along with. Not since 1989’s Dr. Feelgood has the band sounded as natural in its environment. Singer Vince Neil has lost a little velocity. His range is huskier and less elastic (as years of well-documented hard living will do), but he commands natural Crue-like rockers such as “Face Down in the Dirt” and “Down at the Whiskey” with ease. Songs are designed to shock and “This Ain’t a Love Song,” “Just Another Psycho,” “Chicks = Trouble” and “Mother f**ker of the Year” deliver on their promises with their nods to decadence wrapped in heavy metal harmonies. Thankfully, the riffs are fresher than the sentiments and Mick Mars’ guitars dive-bomb with the deafening swoops and screeches of old. They’d hate to think of themselves as a nostalgia act, but Saints of Los Angeles does recreate their era in convincing detail.