Motley Crue by Neil Zlozower
A Visual History: 1983-2005

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Mötley Crüe's gleeful glam debauchery and unstoppable anthems have made them metal gods, selling over 72 million album copies worldwide and landing their band biography The Dirt on bestseller lists around the country. Mötley Crüe is—amazingly—the first photographic history of the band. Legendary rock photographer Neil Zlozower's images capture the band's rise from their breakthrough album Shout at the Devil through rock 'n' roll excesses to follow with the unprecedented all-access candor of a friend to the band. In hundreds of photographs and stories from the band and those close to them, Mötley Crüe reveals them onstage, backstage, on tour, hanging out, and in studio—a must-have album of photos and testimony on one of the most powerful and controversial bands in rock history.

About Neil Zlozower

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Neil Zlozower has been photographing bands for more than 30 years over a long and storied career and is the author of Van Halen: A Visual History and Fuck You: Rock and Roll Portraits. He lives in Los Angeles. Nikki Sixx is a founding member of Mötley Crüe and the author of the best-selling The Heroin Diaries. He lives in Los Angeles.
Published June 22, 2012 by Chronicle Books LLC. 232 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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