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Favorite Motley Crue Song – Readers Poll

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Motley Crue are starting the wind down to the end of their career, but it’s been one hell of a ride. This Readers Poll reflects on the band’s extensive catalog and asks you which of their songs is your favorite.

It all started way back in 1981 with ‘Live Wire’ off of the band’s ‘Too Fast for Love’ debut disc and has continued all the way through 2012′s single release, ‘Sex.’ In between, there was a string of hits like ‘Looks That Kill,’ ‘Smokin’ in the Boys Room,’ ‘Home Sweet Home,’ ‘Girls, Girls, Girls,’ ‘Dr. Feelgood,’ ‘Kickstart My Heart,’ ‘If I Die Tomorrow,’ ‘Saints of Los Angeles’ and the list goes on and on.

Though the band did include singer John Corabi and drummers Randy Castillo and Samantha Maloney at different parts of their career, it’s the core four of Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Mick Mars and Tommy Lee that are primarily responsible for the Motley Crue’s biggest hits.

Take a look at the group’s top singles below and vote for your favorite in the Readers Poll:

Previous Readers Poll: Favorite Seether Song

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