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In addition to being Mötley Crüe's best selling album, it is highly regarded by music critics and fans as the band's best studio album. Lee Brilleaux's singing could go up against Eric Burdon's or Cyril Davies, and even take on elements of a thick rasp vaguely reminiscent of Howlin' Wolf (listen closely to 'Roxette'), certainly better than Mick Jagger ever did; and guitarist Wilko Johnson could play Jimmy Reed, Chuck Berry, or Bo Diddley licks with equally imposing (and seemingly effortless) virtuosity. EX (Excellent): The record shows some signs of having been played, but there is very little lessening of sound quality.
Throughout their career spanning over five decades now Dr Feelgood continues to entertain fans worldwide with their timeless classics and electrifying live shows. For items that are dispatched using our standard service, we ask that you wait 14 days from the date of dispatch before reporting any items as undelivered.
VG+ (Very Good Plus): This record has clearly been played before, but has only a moderate reduction in sound quality, despite a possible slight loss of shine and some surface marks. This was also the band's last album to be recorded with lead singer Vince Neil until the 1997 album Generation Swine. Few copies came with a promo sticker "PR-Copy" and a DIN-A4 promo-insert with album and artists facts. Language - Regardless of country of origin all tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description.
Originally released in 1976, it was the first live album to ever hit number 1 on the UK charts in its first week.Their unique blend of pub rock and blues rock sets them apart as one of the most influential bands in British music history. The final cut, a killer live medley of 'Bonie Maronie'/'Tequila' with guests Brinsley Schwarz and Bob Andrews blowing saxes, was a taste of what they did on stage with astonishing regularity, and could have sent the Ramones back to the drawing board if the Queens-based quartet had heard it. The band has had several members throughout the years, including Lee Brilleaux on vocals and harmonica from 1971 to 1994, Wilko Johnson on guitar from 1971 to 1977, John B.