Can You Believe Motley Crue’s Girls Girls Girls Is 30 Years Old?!


Heavy Metal band Motley Crue will release a 30th anniversary edition of their Girls, Girls, Girls album on Aug. 25.

The LA rockers took to their Facebook page to share the announcement via a 45-second clip.

There doesn’t appear to be any other info on the anniversary reissue as of yet. There’s no word on artwork, no track listing and no details about what will be included on the new LP Motley Crue.

But the Facebook clip promises that they’ll “be celebrating all year long!” with “more surprises coming up this year.”

The clip touts the album’s four-times-platinum sales and the fact that the stripper-heavy video for the title track was banned by MTV back in the day. Girls, Girls, Girls — the band’s fourth album — reached No. 2 in 1987, a run-up to the No. 1 showing of 1989’s Dr. Feelgood, their only chart-topper.

They formed in January, 1981 when bassist Nikki Sixx left the band London and began rehearsing with drummer Tommy Lee and vocalist/guitarist Greg Leon. They became rapidly successful in the United States after playing at the US Festival, and also with the help of MTV. Motley Crue then gained the attention of heavy metal star Ozzy Osbourne and found themselves as the opening act for Osbourne on his 1984 world tour. Together they have released 9 studio albums and have sold more than 100 million records worldwide making them one of the world’s best-selling bands of all time.

They played their final show on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2015. It was filmed for a theatrical and Blu-ray release in 2016. With the upload of this recent Facebook clip it looks like we could possibly see the bandplay together again … watch this space!

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