Motley Crue: Motley Crue (1994)

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By Scott Goldfine

The acrimonious parting with lead singer Vince Neil was the best thing that ever happened to hard-rockers Motley Crue. The band’s self-titled album, their first in five years, is the most satisfying of their 12-year career.

Newcomer John Corabi does a fine job on a set that thankfully centers around Led Zeppelin– and Aerosmith-style riffing rather than the Crue’s glam-rock muck of the past.

GRADE: B

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