Mötley Crüe Streams Soundtrack For “The Dirt”, Film Releases Today

Mötley Crüe’s highly-anticipated Netflix biopic The Dirt, based on the best-selling book about their career is out today. While we wait for the film to hit Netflix, we can jam the soundtrack in the meantime! Packed with 18 songs, including ‘The Dirt’ featuring Machine Gun Kelly (portraying Tommy Lee in the film), their  Madonna cover of ‘Like A Virgin’,  and two other songs ‘Ride With The Devil’ and ‘Crash and Burn’. On a first listen, these songs are better than the previous two new songs, being much heavier and in line with classic Crue albums, such as Dr. Feelgood.  Pre-orders are also live at the link below. Continue reading

Mötley Crüe Shares New Video For “Home Sweet Home”, “The Dirt” Film Comes Out This Friday

Mötley Crüe’s highly-anticipated Netflix biopic The Dirt, based on the best-selling book about their career has shared their first new music in years. The band has released their new video with footage from the film from their classic track “Home Sweet Home”. The film releases this week, on 3/22 from Netflix. Pre-orders are also live at the link below. Continue reading

Mötley Crüe will Debut A Brand New Song from “The Dirt” film on Jonesy’s Jukebox” on 95.5 KLOS

As we previously reported, Mötley Crüe has recorded four new songs for the soundtrack to their upcoming biopic The Dirt, premiering on March 22 via Netflix. They will unveil a new song on the February 21 edition of Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones’s radio show, Jonesy’s Jukebox, on the 95.5 KLOS station in Los Angeles. Bassist Nikki Sixx will sit down for an interview with Jones on the KLOS Subaru Live Stage. The track is a collaboration with Machine Gun Kelly, one of four new songs recorded with longtime producer Bob Rock. Kelly plays Crue drummer Tommy Lee in the film. The Dirt also stars Daniel Webber (The Punisher) as singer Vince Neil, Douglas Booth as bassist Nikki Sixx and Iwan Rheon (Game Of Thrones) as guitarist Mick Mars. The film was directed by Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa director Jeff Tremaine. It was picked up by Netflix after being previously developed at Focus Features and before that at Paramount. Continue reading