Episode 36 is here! The wheel has graced us with the 1987 4x platinum album Girls, Girls, Girls from Mötley Crüe! Is this album what the guys remembered from back in the day? Ding! Ding! Ding!
Girls, Girls, Girls is the fourth studio album by American rock band Mötley Crüe, released on May 15, 1987. The album contains the hit singles “Girls, Girls, Girls“, “You’re All I Need“, and the MTV favorite “Wild Side“. It was the band’s final collaboration with producer Tom Werman, who had produced the band’s two previous albums, Shout at the Devil and Theatre of Pain. Like those albums, Girls, Girls, Girls would achieve quadruple platinum status, selling over 4 million copies and reaching number two on the Billboard 200. The album marked a change to a blues-rock influenced sound, which was met with positive reception.
Vince Neil – lead vocals
Mick Mars – guitars, backing vocals
Nikki Sixx – bass, backing vocals
Tommy Lee – drums, piano, backing vocals
Bob Carlisle, Dave Amato, John Purdell, Pat Torpey, Phyllis St. James, Tommy Funderburk – backing vocals
Tom Werman – Producer
Duane Baron – Engineer, mixing
Richard McKernon, Ross Hogarth, Toby Wright – Assistant engineers
Bob Ludwig – Vinyl mastering at Masterdisk, New York
Stephen Innocenzi – CD mastering
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