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The legendary Mötley Crüe just logged another milestone in its 40th anniversary celebration with the release of a remastered version of the 1983 album, Shout At The Devil.  The album, featuring classic cuts, including “Looks That Kill,” “Too Young To Fall In Love,” and title track sold more than 200,000 copies in its first two weeks of release. It eventually went 4x Platinum in the U.S. with sales eclipsing 4 million copies domestically.  Stream the new remaster below:


Shout At The Devil helped to establish Mötley Crüe as a timeless act that rose to massive success in the ’80s and beyond and continues to inspire new acts. To continue the celebration of the band’s legacy, check out A Tribute to Mötley Crüe — The World’s Most Notorious Rock Band, a handpicked, curated playlist of Mötley Crüe covers presented by The Rock Father on Spotify. The playlist kicks off with Product of Hate’s 2019 cover of “Shout At The Devil” and includes Fozzy, Static-X, Stone Sour, and others, in addition to some cover songs performed by the Crüe!

On Nov. 10, the 40th anniversary culminates with a remastered version of Too Fast For Love, releasing exactly 40 years to the original release date of November 10, 1981.

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