Legendary Los Angeles rock band Mötley Crüe celebrate the 30th anniversary of 4x platinum album, Girls, Girls, Girls with today’s release of a special album reissue (via Eleven Seven Music). On the actual 30th birthday of the album, May 15, 2017, the band teamed up with Pledge Music to commemorate this iconic release with various exclusive cd, cd/dvd and vinyl packages and limited edition merchandise for fans to celebrate the anniversary with the band in style.
Just added to the campaign today, the most major item offered now is Drummer Tommy Lee’s three-level, nearly 10,000 sq ft. lot Los Angeles Estate, also built in 1987. Take a photo tour of the stunning home. This marks a first as no other campaign on Pledge Music has ever included a house for sale before.
From listing description: Absolutely amazing Calabasas landmark estate! Set on a cul-de-sac in guard gated Vista Pointe, is this stunning custom Architectural showplace! Boasting unmatched quality with unique design and character, this grand estate offers unparalleled explosive city light views and privacy! Interior features include a state of the art permitted professional recording studio, home theater, two kitchens, three story interior atrium with cascading waterfalls, koi pond, and retractable roof, walnut and travertine floors, custom detailed soaring ceilings and so much more! The completely private rear grounds have a custom piano shaped pool and spa, fire features, barbecue center and panoramic jet liner views! Other amenities include a possible 12 car garage, copper doors, detailed wrought iron accents, full gym and so much more! This is truly a grand, interesting, one of a kind estate that can’t be missed! A very rare offering!
The groundbreaking 1987 album featured smash hits “Wild Side,” “You’re All I Need,” and the iconic title track “Girls Girls Girls”, which became a global success, despite the original uncensored video being banned by MTV. In 2011, it was named “one of the most NSFW (not safe for work) videos of all time” by Rolling Stone.
The LP explores themes inspired by the band’s hard-living lifestyle at the time, documenting experiences with booze, drugs, strip clubs, love of motorcycles, and death.
“The music and lyrics reflect what was going on in the streets of Los Angeles at that time,”explains now 16- years-sober Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx. ”A big thank you to all the fans who have made the album stand the test of time. It’s really cool to now see a new generation of fans exploring and digging Girls, Girls, Girls three decades later.”
Mötley Crüe’s envelope-pushing music, as well as their well-documented off-stage antics, paved the way for stardom and defined rock for the era. 36-years later, the group continues to be a leading force in rock around the world.