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Reviewed: 12/1/2009 by Ryan


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A pre-holiday release is always an easy call. It's a good way to give fans something they want while making a quick buck at the same time. If fans hopped on board the Motley Crue train with their last release or for whatever reason don’t have these songs anymore this is a good album to pick up. It features most of the high points in chronological order with a remix of “Animal in Me.” It’s not a necessary pickup if you’re a huge fan and have all these songs but if you don’t have any or most of Motley Crue’s albums this is a collection to pick up. You would have liked some more bonus content to be included on the collection. But instead of going with the older greatest hits releases from the band go with this one because you get the new singles as well as the old hits. Not a necessary purchase but a good one if you’re looking discover one of rock's more historic bands.

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