Feelgood (Reviewed by Iluvthe80s):
1989 album by Motley Crue was their best-selling album to date. It spawned
some of their first top ten singles like "Dr. Feelgood" and
"Without You". This album was harder sounding compared to "Girls,
Girls, Girls" and "Theatre Of Pain", but still carried
that pop/metal edge. This is one of those albums to definately go crusing
around in your car with the stereo full blast.
Some of my
favorite songs from the album are: "Without You", "She
Goes Down", and "Dr. Feelgood".
1. TnT (Terror
2. Dr. Feelgood
3. Slice Of Your Pie
4. Rattlesnake Shake
5. Kickstart My Heart
6. Without You
7. Same Ol' Situation
8. Sticky Sweet
9. She Goes Down
10. Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)
11. Time For Change
to this review by VioletFoxx:
This was the album that really made them mega stars. Some
fans will say it was too over-produced. I tend to agree a little. Technically,
one of their best, but they had moved away from the rawness and edge they
started out with on their first release Too Fast For Love. Motley is an
ever changing band though, so it was to be expected. It still a great
album to jam to and has a ton of great songs. My favorite tracks are Don't
Go Away Mad and Time For Change.
to this review by Trixter:
I didn't care for "Dr. Feelgood" at all, I much
prefer "Theater of Pain", not that album rocks! My favorite
Crue song is "You Got The Looks That Kill"!
to this review by Therall:
I really enjoyed this album, my favorite songs off of it
would have to be Dr. Feelgood, Without You, and Don't Go Away mad.
to this review by Recker:
I loved Dr Feelgood too! Apart from that, I can't say I'm