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Intro 2. All In The Name Of… 3. Live Wire 4. Looks That Kill 6. Ten Seconds To Love 7. Bass Solo 8. Red Hot 9. Home Sweet Home Producer Tom Werman was once again hired to produce. The band had enjoyed a tumultuous two years in the wake of Shout at Mötley Crüe - Tacoma 1987 Upgrade (DVD) Devil s unexpected success.
During recording, the album's working title was Entertainment or Deaththough Sixx changed it prior to release. Theatre of Pain enjoyed tremendous success upon its release in the early summer of The singles " Smokin' in the Boys Room " and " Home Sweet Home ", both of which remained staples of the band's live sets for decades to come, helped the album match the quadruple platinum status of its predecessor, Shout at the Devil.
The album was dedicated to the memory of Nicholas "Razzle" Dingley. Despite this success, the opinions of the band members themselves in regards to the album have been decidedly negative in the ensuing years.
Isn't it curious how they say they love you while they're selling millions of records, but a couple of decades later you didn't capture their sound, Mötley Crüe - Tacoma 1987 Upgrade (DVD), you didn't work hard Mötley Crüe - Tacoma 1987 Upgrade (DVD), you didn't pay enough attention, you talked on the phone all the time, you partied too hard, and, in fact, you're personally responsible for everything in their lives that they've failed to achieve?
The album did give the band their first Top 20 hit in "Smokin' in the Boys Room", a cover of a hit by Brownsville Station. It was one of the first songs the band attempted when they first formed inbut according to guitarist Mick Mars, "it was like 'uugghhyeechh'. Some observers were unhappy with the band's decision to record a ballad and release it as a single. Said Sixx at the time, "First we were mass murderers for doing ' Helter Skelter ', then we were Satan -worshippers and now we've wimped out.
Sixx wrote the lyrics and the band had a hit single, charting at number 89 on the Billboard Hotwith a remixed version peaking at number 37 on the same chart seven years later in The bassist was so strung out during the shooting of the music video for "Home Sweet Home" that he wandered Mötley Crüe - Tacoma 1987 Upgrade (DVD) a stage and began discussing "family, music and death" with an imaginary person.
A demo version of the song with the original title of "Hotter Than Hell" was released on a remastered edition of Shout at the Devil. New music aside, Theatre of Pain saw Mötley Crüe - Tacoma 1987 Upgrade (DVD) band drastically alter its image upon the album's release, and the move towards glam metal was not met with enthusiasm by some fans.
The band's new glam metal look was panned by People Magazinewho slammed their new "sleekly eerie, pouty looks" which "might have been sent over by central casting. And everybody, now, is wearing lots of leather and studs and blowing out their hair and stuff. It's just to be something different. Shit, President George Washington used to wear a wig and make-up. I mean, c'mon. If he can do it, I can do it. From contemporary reviews, In their August review, People Magazine praised guitarist Mick Mars ' work but found little else to applaud.
The magazine called the album "thudding trash", with Neil's vocals and Sixx's songwriting taking the brunt of the criticism. The magazine felt that, while Theatre of Pain does contain some of the band's most accomplished work, the album ultimately "needs cosmetic surgery". Nikki Sixx spoke about the album indeclaring that "Some of that stuff on [ Theatre of Pain ] is as polished as we've ever gotten, that's not good for this kind of music.
But there was still plenty of dirty and grit on it - we can only get so polished. Polishing our music is like painting a garbage can. From retrospective reviews, Robert Horning of PopMatters reviewed the albums Theatre of Pain Mötley Crüe - Tacoma 1987 Upgrade (DVD) Girls, Girls, Girls infinding that "Both albums show a general lack of inspiration, both in the writing and the playing.
The album has been credited [ by whom? The album was instrumental in inaugurating the pop-metal era which to many has become synonymous with the s, with bands such as PoisonCinderella and others following the Theatre of Pain example as the decade continued.
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