Too Fast For Love

Mötley Crüe

Too Fast For Love

Mötley Crüe were one of the most influential hair metal bands of the '80s, boasting a striking visual presence and hedonistic reputation rivaled only by Guns N' Roses. By combining Alice Cooper's shock rock with the bluesy, metallic stomp of the New York Dolls and Aerosmith, they helped establish hair metal as a commercial genre, sending their first five albums to platinum status in the process. Such success was at least partially due to Mötley Crüe's reputation as a riotous pack of rabble-rousers, replete with drug addictions, near-death experiences, groupie encounters, and celebrity girlfriends. Of course, that same self-indulgence nearly derailed the band, forcing the musicians to embrace sobriety during the creation of their most successful album to date, 1989's Dr. Feelgood. Like most hair metal bands, Mötley Crüe's album sales waned during the 1990s, as the popularity of grunge overshadowed most of the music that immediately prefaced it. Nevertheless, the band soldiered through the decade with modest success, releasing two gold-selling albums along the way. The new millennium brought similar luck, as Mötley Crüe established themselves as a fashionable touring act (with Crüe Fest becoming the summer's highest-grossing festival in 2008) while continuing to release new material.

Title Mix/Edit Artist Genre Tools
Live Wire main mix Mötley Crüe Rock
Come On And Dance main mix Mötley Crüe Rock
Public Enemy #1 main mix Mötley Crüe Rock
Merry-Go-Round main mix Mötley Crüe Rock
Take Me To The Top main mix Mötley Crüe Rock
Piece Of Your Action main mix Mötley Crüe Rock
Starry Eyes main mix Mötley Crüe Rock
Too Fast For Love main mix Mötley Crüe Rock
On With The Show main mix Mötley Crüe Rock
Toast Of The Town main mix Mötley Crüe Rock
Tonight main mix Mötley Crüe Rock
Too Fast For Love [Alternate Take] main mix Mötley Crüe Rock
Merry-Go-Round [Live] main mix Mötley Crüe Rock
Take Me Back