After a string of popular albums, years of heavy touring and doubtlessly hard partying, one …
Mötley Crüe, the world’s most notorious rock band have announced the release of The Dirt Soundtrack to accompany their upcoming Netflix movie The Dirt, based on the bands 2001 autobiography best seller, set for release 22nd March.
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Netflix movie The Dirt (official trailer out now) is an uncensored story about the bands’ success, sex, drugs, rock n roll and the high price of excess. Directed by Jeff Tremaine (JACKASS co-creator) shows the band went from the Sunset Strip to stages all over the world and what it meant being in a notorious rock band.
The Dirt Soundtrack features four new tracks which include the single release The Dirt (Est. 1981) (feat. Machine Gun Kelly), Crash and Burn, Ride With The Devil and the band’s own take on Madonna’s 1984 hit Like A Virgin. The Soundtrack also features some Mötley Crüe’s iconic tracks such as Dr. Feelgood, Shout At The Devil, Home Sweet Home and Girls, Girls, Girls.
Over the years the band have released numerous autobiographies including Nikki Sixx’s This Is Gonna Hurt and The Heroin Dairies which are collections of harrowing journal entries about the struggles of fame, fortune and the numerous drug overdoses which nearly cost Sixx his life. Mötley Crüe’s The Dirt is set to give fans a rare insight in how Mötley Crüe came to be from the humble begins to sold-out shows worldwide. For more information and updates head over to the bands Facebook page about all things The Dirt.