20. You’ve got to get a Motley Related Tattoo; What do you get and Where?
Ive actually been thinking about this for a long time and Im still quite undecided. I want something that only a true cruehead would understand but also something that is meaningful to me… hard to find that what that thing is. also, would prefer it be nikki centric.
hey crue, i actually bought rosaries from brandi brandt, and i had told her that im going to have them tattooed on my right leg its going to look amazing..she cant wait to see it, im most likely going to have it done before xmas..i found someone that fell in love with the rosaries and her hub does that tats and she does piercings..ik its hard like in your case which motley tat to do..omg ihave seen some gorgeous motley crue tats i wouldnt know what to chose..
Daily Alphabet Artist Challenge - Motley Crue “Dr Feelgood”
If there is one song by Motley Crue I hate, it’s Shout at the Devil. Why? It’s their best song, I hear you say. Wrong. It may be their best-known song, but it’s not their best. I find that’s the case with more or less every band, their best-known song is nothing compared to some of their best. Guns N’ Roses may have had a hit with Sweet Child O’ Mine but Nightrain is far better. Same with Queen – We Will Rock You may be one of the best-known and overplayed victory songs in existence but listen to Love of My Life.And Motley Crue is no exception to this rule. If you actually want to hear Crue’s best stuff, listen to Dr. Feelgood, it’s an amazing song. Or anything from their self-titled debut album.
Just a glance at the lyrics will tell you, this is not about a doctor, it’s about a drug-dealer whose only intension was to make his customers feel good with his “products”. He was ignored but as he became more prominent, it left holes, angles and more chances for people to take a shot at him and by the song’s end, he’s in prison, facing serious time for his activities. The drums, bass and guitar all begin in harmony before Vince Neil’s vocals introduce us to Jimmy. Mick Mars’ guitar begins innocently enough, cruising along with the other instruments until he adds in crunches and all sorts of flair, then really lets loose during his solo. Coincidentally, it’s introduced with Neil shouting “guitar!” which for me, ruins the impact of the solo but that’s a different argument. Tommy Lee keeps a steady beat for the majority of the song with Nikki Sixx’s bass to create a nice rhythm for the entire song. Although this was Crue’s best-selling single, I often think this is one of their most over-looked songs, it was a knockout single, from a knockout album.
WELL being an ex addict i knew about dr. feelgood myself..and mr brownstone as well..