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Carnival of Sins: Live, Vols. 1-2 album for sale by Motley Crue was released Mar 07, 2006 on the Universal International label. Universal International's audio companion to the DVD of Mötley Crüe's surprisingly successful 2005 Carnival of Sins tour may lack all of the hyperactive visuals and forced sleaze that peppered the stage, but fans who are more comfortable picturing their aging heroes in the leather pants of their youth will find the performances to be firmly rooted in the band's hormonal heydays. ...See Full Description
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||who likes their music loud?|
if your looking for a great live 2 cdset this is the one to get. like it's dvd sister carnival of sins the boys sure can still put on a show.
By dk (chicago,il.usa)
||Great Mötley Crüe Live CD|
I am a big Mötley Crüe fan and I bought this CD since it came out the quality is great and it is the Parental Advisory version not the Walmart.
By cesto (Cesar, Mexico City)
||CRUE ES CRUE!!!|
No importa que no lo haya escuchado, si es lo mismo que el DVD, Motley Crue rocks! es la mejor banda del planeta, no se podia esperar otra cosa.
By Ivan (Peru)
||Loud & Raw !|
It's missing a guitar solo and a drum solo. But, since Mick doesn't have a solo on the Carnival tour and Tommy's solo is only entertaining to Tommy (on this tour), it makes sense.
By TDJ (Houston, TX)
||On with the show !|
As far as live albums go this one is as good as it gets. It seems like the Crue has gotten better with time.
By pghbuccos (Pgh PA.)
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Carnival of Sins: Live, Vols. 1-2 songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7043191|
|Release Date||Mar 07, 2006|
|Engineer||Mike Cashin; John Mark Harris|
|Recording Time||106 minutes|
|Personnel||Mick Mars - guitar|
Vince Neil - vocals
Nikki Sixx - saxophone
Jozie DiMaria - dancer
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