MÖTLEY CRÜE: 'Music To Crash Your Car To, Vol. 3' To Surface In November?
According to MusicTap.net, volume three of Hip-O's MÖTLEY CRÜE retrospective, "Music to Crash Your Car To", is scheduled for release on November 1. No further details are currently available.
MÖTLEY CRÜE had previously announced plans to release their entire catalog in three separate boxes. "Music to Crash Your Car To Vol. 1" covered the band's early days of 1981-1987 ("Too Fast for Love", "Shout at the Devil", "Theatre of Pain", and "Girls, Girls, Girls") while the follow-up set included the finest cuts from "Dr. Feelgood", as well as tracks from the band's self-titled comeback album — which saw singer Vince Neil replaced by John Corabi — alongside bonus and remixed tracks from the "Decade of Decadence" and "Supersonic and Demonic Relics" collections, tracks from the "Ford Fairlane" soundtrack and various benefit albums, and other rarities.
(Thanks: C.C. Banana)
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