The End: Live in Los Angeles [Video] [Blu-Ray Disc]

  • Artist: Mötley Crüe
  • SKU: 5649005
  • Release Date: 11/04/2016
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Overall Customer Rating:
96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (95 out of 99)

Songs


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  • Intro
  • Girls, Girls, Girls
  • Wild Side
  • Primal Scream
  • Same Ol' Situation (S.O.S.)
  • Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)
  • Medley: Rock N Roll Pt. II/Smokin' In The Boys' Room
  • Looks That Kill
  • Mutherfucker Of The Year
  • Medley: In The Beginning / Shout At The Devil
  • Louder Than Hell
  • Medley: Drum Solo
  • Guitar Solo
  • Saints Of Los Angeles
  • Live Wire
  • Medley: T.N.T. (Terror 'N Tinseltown)/Dr. Feelgood
  • Kickstart My Heart
  • Home Sweet Home
  • My Way [End Credits]


Customer rating

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97%
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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    One last hoorah from the Motley boys

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    Modulusbass258
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    One last hoorah from the Motley boys, at least until they announce a reunion. I always liked these guys, in spite of a couple of below average CDs, and the usual on again-off again drama and in-fighting. It's hard to knock someone who had a 30+ year career in music and lived to tell about it. Most people know at least a few of their songs, even the younger generation may have heard their parents singing along with "Home Sweet Home" or "Smokin' In The Boys' Room". If you liked their videos (if you can remember MTV actually playing music), you will probably like this. A great send off for a band that seems like they should not be saying farewell. Of course, when the royalties and paychecks start to get smaller and smaller, we may be looking at a new release called "We Didn't Mean The End Forever".

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A NICE FAREWELL FOR MOTLEY CRUE

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    Mike
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    First off I would like to say that if it weren't for Vince's voice seeing better days, I would have given this Blu-ray concert five stars. Mick, Tommy & Nikki are in excellent form & play the songs to perfection. The stage show is huge & spectacular & the multi-camera shots capture everything. The Blu-ray picture is stellar & the sound is a perfect mix with nice punchy bass. One of the highlights of the show to me was Vince not being able to finish the lyrics to the final song "Home Sweet Home" due to the emotional gravity of the night knowing that the four "Saints of L.A." will never share the same stage again. Making this..............The End.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The End Was Never Better...

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    GSoria04
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    I had very low expectations for this Concert Film, for a variety of reasons: 1. Vince Neil has become lazy singing 2. Motley was at the end of a LONG Farewell Tour 3. C'mon the Crue is done, like 20 years ago. Wow, all I can say is this is their FINAL SHOW EVER and they put all they had into it, and made themselves exciting again. It's not quite 1989 all over, but its a very spirited performance and the picture and sound are great. In the end it's sad to seem them go, but what a way to go. If you're a diehard, this is a must have, if you're a casual fan there is enough excitement and great music to enjoy over and over.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Good for completists or nostalgia

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    Bolt813
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    This tour was a smart way to end things, because you can tell that as a band they were just falling apart at the seams. Mick has his health issues to deal with, Nikki has all this other stuff on his plate, Tommy is doing his own thing, and Vince can't seem to walk for 2 minutes without running out of breath. Sadly, father time has passed them the bill; it is very apparent that Vince's voice is shot, and keeping it together falls on the other 3 dudes. All in all, a decent show, and a decent farewell to one of the biggest bands in the 80's.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Mostly great performance

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    HotRodiOptimusPrimers
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    Full Disclosure: I haven't watched the bluray yet but have listened to the disc many times over and it was a great performance by 3/4 of the band. Mick Mars, Tommy Lee and Nikki Sixx were on-point during the whole show. I love live music and this disc is great. The only thing I'd say going in is as long as you know that Vince Neil mumbles through half of his lyrics and sounds generally winded, you'll know what to expect and have a better experience. Well worth the purchase imo

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great recording of Crue's final show(s)

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    RicoSuave
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    Well produced, above-average sounding recording of the last show(s) of the Bad Boys of Rock n' Roll's. (I say "shows" b/c I'm pretty sure it includes clips from the multiple shows they held at Staples Arena at the end of Dec. 2015.) I'm a life-long Crue fan, but this is worth buying even if you've found the Crue since the turn of the century. Includes all the hits. More importantly, it captures the spectacle that a live Crue show has always been, since 1981.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Slighlty sterile,but a good show film nontheless

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    hoogieboogie
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    Having seen this supposed finale tour live myself, this showed exactly what went on. Safe setlist, the Crue truly did run out ofcreative energy in the end. Bombasticfireworks abound,but they didn't film or show it at the end at its true visual experience. This includes each member telling what the end means to them. Tommy Lee's is pretty interesting in his detail of his kit. Blu Ray makes this very good and this is what it says it is. More than enough materialfor the price.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    The end alright

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    Mike
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    I gave this Blu Ray 3 stars because Vince performs horribly. He doesn't sing the lyrics. He mumbles his way through. Mick, Nikki, Tommy and the back up girls make the show. They deserve 5 stars. The special effects were stunning. Everybody gave their all except Vince. The lead singer didn't give the audience a fond farewell. Shame on Vince letting down the fans on The End alright. Paul McCartney and The Rolling Stones know their Lyrics. Take a page from the Legends.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend



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