20 Albums, 20 Days: Dr. Feelgood

20 Albums, 20 Days: Dr. Feelgood

After living the life of excess for years, Mötley Crüe were clean and sober for the recording of Dr. Feelgood. Beaten into shape by producer Bob Rock, the album was packed with hits. The band hit the road and soon old habits started to show back up. This would wind up being the end of their hit making era. This album had it all, and was basically about all the bad things that happened to Nikki Sixx; from dropping dead (“Kickstart My Heart”) to drug dealers in his life (“Dr. Feelgood”).

Fun Fact: The album is filled with guests singing or playing on some of the tracks. Including Steven Tyler, Bryan Adams, members of Skid Row, Cheap Trick and Night Ranger.

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