A coffee table book packed with color photos and testimonials covering over twenty years of rock history created by the band Mötley Crüe.
- Author: Neil Zlozower
Foreword by: Nikki Sixx
Dimensions: 9" W x 11" H
Pages: 232 with over 275 full-color photographs
Format: Hardcover book
Published: July 2009
Chronicle Books Motley Crue: A Visual History: 1983-2005 by Neil Zlozower (Book)
Motley Crue'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. This hardcover book, Mötley Crüe: A Visual History: 1983-2005 is 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 and follows them with the intimate candor of a close friend. In hundreds of photographs and stories from the band and those close to them, Mötley Crüe is revealed onstage, backstage, on tour, hanging out, and in the studio. This book is a must-have for every Mötley Crüe fan with exclusive photos and full history of one of rock's most iconic, powerful, and controversial bands.
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- ISBN: 9780811868273