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You Can Buy Motley Crue's Reissued Catalog (Again) Today

Motley Crue has already reissued their catalog - and now it's happening again. The big news today is that those reissues are out on vinyl.

I already own all the classic Motley albums on vinyl. I love the album art and big insert that come with records.  I also love the crackle and pop that occurs the second a listener drops the needle to the vinyl. I'm told Too Fast For Love, Shout at the Devil, Theatre of Pain, Girls, Girls, Girls, Dr.  Feelgood  and Saints of Los Angeles  are available on 180 gram vinyl on 11/25.  (Yeah, I don't know what this means, but I'll assume it's good).

I probably won't spend any money on these reissues since I already own a complete collection - but I will add the vinyl copy of Saints of Los Angeles to my holiday list.

Will you purchase this new reissued collection?

You can purchase those vinyl records here.

Reader Comments (5)

I've actually been wanting a vinyl copy of TFFL in good condition (somewhere i got the idea to frame records and hang them on my wall), but none of the record shops in my area have it. this might be my chance. idk. I'm used to only paying a couple bucks for records these days, so $15 seems like a lot. We'll see.
September 30, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterr0ck0n
im sure i will buy it - you could say im a sucker for vinyl - i own them all apart from Dr Feelgood as it got destroyed accidentally - this could meen i will have 4 copies of TFFL - from the original leathur, the re issue, the elektra version and now this one.
September 30, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterred6ixx
I might treat myself to some of them. Even though I don't have a record player I have a soft spot for vinyl. Album art doesn't seem quite the same at CD size. Eventually I will get round to hanging some of the bits and pieces I have (particularly the original cover Appetite for Destruction) on the wall, and some Crue would go nicely with it.
September 30, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterCinnamon
I might. Probably only a select few though, most of the people who will buy this stuff are people who already own the music anyways.
September 30, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterfrankie
im into vinyl and cd, i listen to both, if i dont have it on cd ill get it on vinyl if i dont have it on vinyl ill get the cd, etc.
February 26, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDevin

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