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Motley Crue Greatest Hits
Motley Crue's Greatest Hits CD


Motley Crue's Carnival of Sins Live concert DVD
Motley Crue's Carnival of Sins
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Motley Crue - The Dirt

"Got your neck in the noose, I got nothing to lose"
Mötley Crüe - Bastard - 1983

Animated ShoutTake a trip behind the scenes as Chronological Crue talks with people who's work and association has impacted on the history of Mötley Crüe. Here they share their views and perspectives on the band, the music, the image, the lifestyle, the consequences and much more!

Read these amazing interviews with people that have been on the inside of Mötley's circle, including: band members, past management, family members of the band members past and present, a band member's ex-partner, a photographer of the band, as well as stories of the road from those that have toured with Mötley Crüe.

You will also see lots of rare Motley Crue pictures. Fans love Motley Crue photos and we have heaps of exclusive Motley Crue pics in these interviews for you to enjoy.

Who do they love? Whenever you open an interview with the Supersonic Relics blown speaker symbol alongside it, make sure your sound is turned up!



Stick To Your Guns
Look inside Mötley Crüe's Too Fast For Love album and you will see that 'Stick' is thanked by the band for his "unselfish dedication." This was a dedication to Mick Mars in particular, sticking by him to see that he made it to number one. At 12 noon on Wednesday May 31, 2006, Chronological Crue’s Paul Miles called the Grass Valley, California home of John 'Stick' Crouch and chatted with him for over an over about the days when he was “best friends on the planet” with Mick. heaps more  >>



Suite Shooting Roomie
When was Tommy first shot in the nude? What was Sixx's hair procedure? Who were the Pookies 12? Why did the Mafia try and run him out of town? How did Roxanne turn on the red light in the Mötley house? Who was Tommy's first room-mate? In 1988, Will Boyett wrote down memories of his experiences from the period in his life during the late-70's and early-80's when he was good friends with Tommy Lee, right through the earliest days of Mötley Crüe. heaps more  >>


The Rockandi Wiggler
What caused the three fences to be flattened? Why Vince never sang on the recording? What did they plaster on cars? Who got fat when his wife was pregnant? How did he stack the Ferraris?
Before Mötley Crüe, Vince Neil fronted the band Rockandi with James Alverson on guitar. On the 1st May 2002, I spoke with James in California about his days playing with Vince in Rockandi and more. heaps more  >>


The Real Deal
Why did he propose to her on the toilet? Who did the best blue-flames? Why can’t he pick up the guitar? Whose Lemon Soy Chicken is best? Where was the dog pitch-forked? What tribute is hers forever? Don't miss this emotional interview with the daughter of Mötley's Mick Mars. heaps more  >>


Digging Up The Dirt
On February 2nd 2001, Chronological Crue received an email from Neil Strauss, the author of Mötley Crüe’s autobiography The Dirt, asking if I had any interest in proof reading it in its final stages and to offer any suggestions. The Fed-Ex man soon delivered a 500 plus page A4 rough draft hardcopy, which Neil said had only been read by the band and the publisher to date. heaps more 


Mr. Crüe Tattoo
Talk about getting close to the band! Eaves drop on this Mötley conversation with renowned Sunset Strip Tattoo ink pusher Greg James conducted during April 2001, as he yaks about the many times he's got under the Crüe's skin and left his mark on their lives forever. Greg's art has helped create the Mötley image that has helped them to sell over 40 million albums worldwide. heaps more 


Full Contact Management
On the Thursday night of April 5th 2001, Chronological Crue’s Paul Miles came face to face with former Mötley manager Doc McGhee backstage at Kiss in Melbourne, to inspect the dirt during his six years of Crüe management. Be a part of this conversation that pulls no punches and makes the Doc feel good. heaps more 


New Tattoo For The Skin Man
At the stroke of midnight on Friday 7th July 2000, the day when Mötley’s New Tattoo was about to be released in Japan, Chronological Crue spent an hour and a half yakking on the phone with the Crüe’s recuperating drummer Randy Castillo. Join us for this entertaining recap on the Randyman’s rock’n’roll history, which contains mountains of humorous and eye-opening insights. We start with his first breath. heaps more 


Falling In & Out Of Love
On the 23rd March 2000, Chronological Crue called the Florida, USA home of metal queen Lita Ford to gain an insight into her extensive career and involvement with members of Mötley Crüe along the way. After not quite getting the time difference correct when I called, Lita asked, “Can you give me a few minutes and call me back? I was just getting out of the shower and I'm not dressed and I'm all soaking wet.” Not sure if I was actually dreaming, I obliged. Lita’s husband Jim Gillette answered the phone on the second attempt and passed the phone to Lita, who was standing beside her man. heaps more 


Mötley Heaven
How did he almost replace Bon Scott? Who’s asses were on fire? What stemmed from the Hustler mansion’s piano? Why did Sixx get upset with him? heaps more 
What is it like to grow up with your Dad in Mötley Crüe? Neil Wharton is the only son of Mötley Crüe front man Vince Neil. Here's a candid insight into the Wharton family, growing up with Vince as your Dad, his video with Pamela Anderson, and much more. Also includes many rare unpublished pictures of Vince from Neil's collection! heaps more 
Just over a week prior to Pamela Lee filing for divorce from husband Tommy Lee, his sister Athena provided Chronological Crue with an entertaining insight into the couple, along with memories of growing up with Tommy, his previous marriages, paparazzi, and her exciting band KrunK. heaps more 
MIKE FLAHERTY Piece Of The Action
He was a percentage owner of Leathür Records. When did he bail him out of jail? Why did Roth back out? Who declined to take over Vince’s vocals in 82? The band was punching each other over pentagrams. Rampart! This is an Emergency! heaps more 
NEIL ZLOZOWER From Behind The Lenz
He shot Vince the day before his wedding. Crab lived 4 doors up the street. There was blood everywhere. He babysat Nikki’s kitten. heaps more 
BILL LARSON Too Fast Perspective
What percent of the Crüe did he own? Who was the guy with the blonde and blue hair? How does Jesus fit into all this? Why did he hold the gun to his head? When did he try and get it back? heaps more  >>


PAUL MILES The Dirt Movie
This detailed opinion piece on The Dirt movie is for the true fans of the band - the Crüeheads - for it's us that know and love the World's Most Notorious Band the most. Now available worldwide on Netflix, the movie version of their compelling and unbelievable history contains a trove of factual occurences and subtle nuances that help make it a truly awesome film, along with some other aspects that may bother you though. Watch the movie and read this review. heaps more  >>
PAUL MILES The CrueKiss Tour
‘The Tour' is what happens when two of the world's most theatrical rock bands collide to spend the summer together – Mötley Crüe and Kiss. They also happen to be two of my favourite bands. Come with me as I check out a couple of the tour's final U.S. shows in the New York City area during September 2012. heaps more  >>


Consummating Downunder
Chronological Crue’s Paul Miles kept a tour diary of his travels behind the scenes on the Brides Of Destruction Australian tour during August 2004. Armed with a swiveling digital camera, a swag of treasured merch, and years of built-up patience, he headed off on tour. Now note by note, you can read this fly-on-the-wall perspective of the Honeymoon From Hell tour and its adventures to rival the best of Buck's Night memories!  heaps more  >>


Nippon Patrol
He travels the globe from Australia to see the mighty Crüe perform on stage and off. Now he's back in the land of sushi and the rising sun once more... this time for Mötley Crüe's 2000 Japan Tour. Now YOU can experience the tour too, through the eyes and ears of Dr. Shinbone Starr, the rock'n'roll patroller, as he presents his entertaining saga Nippon Patrol. heaps more 


Sweet Sixx Teen
Don't miss these new monthly chapters of an extraordinary relationship that grew between a special young fan and Nikki Sixx. They're stimulating, intriguing, captivating, and contributed under her preferred alias of Angel Aderhold.  heaps more 


10,000 Miles Away
The parting of the heavens... the blue moon rising... the second coming... call it what you will. Mötley Crüe touring the homeland of Chronological Crue... now it's my turn and I want to share it all with you. I'll give it to you straight... from the heart, so you can feel a part of Mötley Crüe's New Tattoo Tour  Australia 2000 as well. Come take a ride on the Mileside! heaps more 



Sixx Pakk Trippe
Matthew John Trippe claimed Mötley Crüe's managers Doc McGhee and Doug Thaler decided to bring him in as a new Nikki Sixx, after he was unable to continue after a serious car crash in mid 83. In January 1988 he filed a lawsuit against McGhee Enterprises, Inc. citing civil theft and other relief, claiming royalties that were never paid for songs he said he wrote. These included Danger, Knock 'Em Dead Kid, Girls, Girls, Girls, You're All I Need, Dancing on Glass, and Wild Side. Mötley Crüe demoed a song called Say Yeah about Trippe in March 1989 for their #1 album Dr. Feelgood. On the 10th December 1993, Matthew Trippe finally dropped his lawsuit.
On the 25th August 1998, Chronological Crue caught up with his former band member Roger Hemond to gain this interesting insight into the Nikki Sixx impostor Matthew Trippe. heaps more 


Power To Your Music
In June 1998, one time Mötley Crüe front man John Corabi took time out to provide Chronological Crue with an insight into his music career. Crab was kind enough to answer questions on his days with The Scream, Mötley Crüe, and his current band Union, and much more! heaps more 

All around the world, tribute bands perform their best impersonations of artists, including Abba and Kiss, and everything in between. Check out this interview with Mike Gallagher, the clone of Tommy Lee in Live Wire, to gain an insight into their tribute version of Mötley Crüe. heaps more 
GORDON G.G. GEBERT Jailhouse Jam
Chronological Crue caught up with Gordon Gebert, author of the rock shock book KISS & Tell, to gain an insight into the time he played onstage with Mötley Crüe. heaps more 
VINNIE CHAS Toast Of The Town
In 1989, Los Angeles glam band Pretty Boy Floyd included a cover of Mötley Crüe's Toast of the Town on their debut album. Here's an interview with former Pretty Boy Floyd member Vinnie Chas. heaps more 

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