MÖTLEY CRÜE: 'Loud As [email protected]*k'

A two-disc anthology of MÖTLEY CRÜE's greatest tracks plus 10 of their finest promo videos on DVD has been compiled for release through Universal Music/Mötley Records. Titled "Loud As [email protected]*k", this package has been developed by UMI with the help of former Kerrang! editor Dante Bonutto and MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx.

The set comprises of:

* 2CD + 1DVD
* 40 classic MÖTLEY tracks — the definitive CRÜE collection!
* 10 promo videos available for the first time on DVD!
* 12 page full-color booklet featuring exclusive liner notes by Dante Bonutto, rare photos and imagery
* Luxury 8 panel DVD-sized digipak in a slipcase

More information will be made available soon.

In related news, the New York Post is reporting that MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee backed out of Andrew Buckler's men's fashion show at Bryant Park on Friday (September 12). No reason was given for Lee's cancellation.


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