|06-03-2013, 12:23 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2013
Motley Crue Fans, help needed.....
I play guitar in a Motley Crue tribute band, and we need to settle some disagreements.
Below is a short survey, only 5 questions. Any participation is greatly appreciated. Simply respond with the question number, and the letter of your answer. Thanks.....
1. Between the following 2 albums, my preference would be;
A. Too Fast For Love
B. Theatre Of Pain
2. If you go to see a Motley Crue tribute band at a bar, Would you like to hear "Without You?"
C. Doesn't matter
3. If you go to see a Motley Crue tribute band at a bar, would you rather see the guitar player;
A. Imitate current, gothic Mick Mars
B. Imitate Mick in an older school way, such as the "Girls....." or "Dr. Feelgood" era.
4. If you go to see a Motley Crue tribute band at a bar, do you expect to see a very animated, vocal drummer?
A. Yes, Tommy is 'practically' the voice of Motley Crue.
B. It doesn't matter as long as the band and show are both good.
5. Since girls/"Nasty Habits" have been a staple of Motley Crue's stage since the mid 80's, it's important for a tribute band to have a good pair of "Nasty Habits".
|06-03-2013, 07:30 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2007
3. B, Dr. Feelgood era. Covering the guitar leads to the tee is what I would be looking for. Stage appearance/presence is less important to me in this particular circumstance.
5. A , Two hot chicks dressed in a small amount of tight leather dancing with a Harley Davidson.
|06-04-2013, 08:46 AM||#4 (permalink)|
defiler of restrooms
Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Beating GNR at DDR and keying Axl's new car
Stupid question. Theater of Pain is just a pale imitation of Shout at the Devil, while Too Fast for Love is one of the greatest albums ever made.
Tommy Lee is the King of Douches. That is all.
BRING ME THE HORIZON >>>> CHARLES MINGUSi
|06-11-2013, 02:44 AM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Beautiful California, USA!
1. A: Too Fast For Love - the early era is still my favorite!
2. C: Doesn't matter - it's not my favorite Crue song, but a slow ballad is good for variety in a live show.
3. B: Imitate Mick in an older school way, such as the "Girls....." or "Dr. Feelgood" era.
4. B: It doesn't matter as long as the band and show are both good.
5. B: False. They didn't have backup singers when I saw them at the Country Club in Reseda ("Too Fast For Love" tour) and were great!