Motley Crue Songs Ranked

Mötley Crüe is an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1981. The group was founded by bassist Nikki Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee, lead singer Vince Neil and lead guitarist Mick Mars. Mötley Crüe has sold more than 41 million records worldwide, including 25 million albums in the United States, making them one of the best-selling bands of all time. The members of the band have often been noted for their hedonistic lifestyles and the persona they maintained. Following its hard rock and heavy metal origins, the release of their third album saw the band joining the first wave of glam metal. Here is Motley Crue’s top songs of all time ranked.

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20. Piece of Your Action (Too Fast for Love, 1981)

“This song is just the Crue! The Vince performance is so amazing, the energy, the customs and the solo guitar are also good.”

19. Red Hot (Shout at the Devil, 1983)

“Amazingly powerful, energetic and sums up the vibe that crue had in the early 80’s. Wish they did more songs like this. They went too poppy later on.”

18. Saints of Los Angeles (Saints of Los Angeles, 2008)

“Even though the Crue has gotten older this song shows that they have not gotten weaker. With Micks Heavy Guitar and Tommy’s amazing technique this defines modern day rock and roll”

17. Knock ‘Em Dead, Kid (Shout at the Devil, 1983)

“Awesome song! Not my favorite but 1 of the best! I think the song is about me because I like to wrestle and I always think ” Knock Em Dead Kid.”

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16. Mutherf***** of the Year (Saints of Los Angeles, 2008)

“This song shows how well the Crue has adapted to the modern day. They were hair metal heavy hitters, but that era ended. This song shows that they can be pure heavy metal.”

15. Primal Scream (Primal Scream, 1991)

“Great song beats smokin buy a mile. Smokin’ is classic song but just think Primal Scream is last song that wasn’t filler like Generation Swine. Primal last song were they were kicking on all cylinders.”

14. Smokin’ in the Boys’ Room (Theatre of Pain, 1989)

“Definitely my favorite Motley song! The riff gets in your head, the song is catchy, and overall it’s amazing!”

13. You’re All I Need (Girls, Girls, Girls, 1987)

“Love this song! It’s a dirty, tongue in the cheek love song. Would love to see them do this live. It’s a close 2nd to home sweet home in regards to their best ballad. Way better than without you.”

12. Without You (Dr. Feelgood, 1989)

Great ballad… Way better than without you. Wish they would do this one live! Vince really does a great job on the vocals!

11. Don’t Go Away Mad (Just Go Away) (Dr. Feelgood, 1989)

“I love this song it sounds so beautiful until you see the lyrics than its even better. This song is sick! Nice upbeat tempo and great beat. I love the guitar and the lyrics are pretty catchy..”

10. Same Ol’ Situation (S.O.S.) (Dr. Feelgood, 1989)

“This is probably my favorite Crue song. This is heavy & energetic. Adrenaline fills this song to the core. It’s incredible.”

9. Too Young to Fall in Love (Shout at the Devil, 1983)

“Fun fact: One of Tobymac’s songs sounds similar to this one. And yet they considered themselves a Christian band. Epic song, I first hear it on Grand Theft Auto vice city, and ever since then I was crazy about it, a very good song!”

8. Live Wire (Live: Entertainment or Death, 1999)

“One of Motley Crue’s most unique songs it is also very catchy. Micks guitar playing is also really good on this song and Vince’s voice suits the sound of the band perfectly”

7. Looks that Kill (Shout at the Devil, 1983)

“No other song defines Crue like this song! One of a kind and will live on in the annals of Rock! No other hard rock songs like this. Awesome riff and an amazing solo. It’s the badass man.”

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6. Shout at the Devil (Shout at the Devil, 1983)

“Without this song there may be no hair metal genre. In many ways this is the best song ever put together. A rebellious rock anthem, conjuring flames and pentagrams. And where Twisted Sister might not take it anymore from the school principal or tough dad, the Crue leads their fans to believe there is no need to take crap from the devil himself.”

5. Girls, Girls, Girls (Girls, Girls, Girls, 1987)

“Had a cougar grindin on me last night at a show with this playing. I’ll never hear this amazing jam the same way again. This is what motley stand for sex, drugs, and rock and roll.”

4. Wild Side (Girls, Girls, Girls, 1987)

“This was the song that got me into this awesome band. I love the guitar riffs and the vocals sound really cool. There was so much energy put into this, making you feel like a wild motorcycle driver.”

3. Home Sweet Home (Theatre of Pain, 1985)

“I am amazed by how Motley Crue can make a song so beautiful yet has the same cool style to them. This has beautiful and emotional lyrics and amazing guitar use.”

2. Dr. Feelgood (Dr. Feelgood, 1989)

“I love this song, I’ve had to listen to this song every day for the past 3 months. And I really mean every day! The guitar riff is killer, I play it all the time, the song has an awesome feel to it. One of the best hard rock songs ever written in my opinion.”

1. Kickstart My Heart (Dr. Feelgood, 1989)

“I would like to ride on a motorcycle and play this song out loud at the same time. The guitar riffs are just straight up awesome and gets you pumped up for some action”