Wednesday, October 30, 1985
The Michigan Daily
'C rue sin'
By Richard Williams
S CENE ONE: It's dark, but there's plenty of glitter.
Men look like girls. Girls look like hell. Lotsa feathered
hair. Lotsa designer jeans. The air is tainted with poor
Richard: Hey Ho-B. Crue. They rock, don't they?
Ho-B: They certainly do. And so do the braless 15-year-
old-girls that paid $45 (including t-shirts and drugs) to
see them with their 19-year-old boyfriends.
Richard: I remember seeing the Crue for the first time
on one of those Sunday morn kid's shows with the preppy
host, you know, they show opposite the facist preachers
who steal bucks. They played '. Looks That Kill"; it rocked
like Motorhead. It was fast. And it scared mothers across
our expansive nation, huh Ho-B?
Ho-B: Well, if the music didn't the make-up sure did.
Or was it the out of tune guitars. Or the exploding stage.
Or Tommy Lee dropping every bloody drum stick he tried
to bounce off a drum. But overall, a damn-near religious
experience. Especially "Shout At The Devil." Seeing 6,000
spandex fists pulsating to a two note drone . ..well, it left .
me breathless. And how about those bouncers?
Richard: Yeah, they were into it. Those burly bulls that
represent our school on the gridiron were there.
Tabachino, Hammerstein, et al. I'm sure Bo was proud of
his boys getting some poetry into their system via Vince
Neil's high-pitched wail, and satisfying their make
prowess around the young chicks. Sure beats studying on
a Sunday night before the big organic chemistry exam at 8
a.?m. Monday morning, huh Ho-B?
- Ho-B: Well, priorities must be met. As long as the front
line have their lives together. After all, there's a career in
this business somewhere. Speaking of careers, how long
do you think Nikki Sixx will be able to play before he
discovers that songs can, and frequently do, have more
than three notes? And what of Tommy Lee if the
mechanism that suspends his drum set at 90 degrees to the
stage ever fails? I mean, here's one guy that meets "Vita
brenis, Ars longa"with "No, mine's bigger."
Richard: They're just such nice guys. They said they
loved us. They said we wuz rockin'. That's nice of them.
'Cause fans like us have massive inferiority complexes.
But man, the Crue is something to look up to. Hell, with all
those anthems. Vince told us to "use it or lose it," told us
we was "red hot," asked us if we wanted to shoot our wad
for "10 seconds of love" and demanded that we "shout at
the devil" and we did. And we loved it. It felt so good.
Ho-B: So how about that stage? Every three songs
something blows up and as soon as you're done clearing
the cinders out of your feathered two-tone hair, some
smoke machine starts your eyes awaterin'. And how about
those back drops? How many ways can you use a pen-
tagon? I counted at least 10. Oh and who (or what) could
forget Tommy's drum solo where the stage actually tilted
90 degrees so we could see the drum heads grimace to the
Richard: Damn impressive. Came as a complete sur-
prise. It would have been really cool if at the end of the
solo, the technician had hit a button that launched Tommy
(like on the Jetsons) directly into the main floor so that he
could get mauled by tons of chicks. It would have been just
like a scene of Kampuchea, huh Ho-B?
Ho-B: I don't know, he's a little greasy to handle, even
for the abundant fashion libido vamps. This review is get-
ting messier than the vinyl on the backseats of the cars of
just about everyone who was at the show. But then again,
rock'n'roll is sorta messy, just like the Crue's cover set
of "Smokin' In T-he Boys Room," "Helter Skelter," and
"Jalhouse Rock." I was pretty amazed at the sheer
marauding style. But anything to keep the young girls a-
Richard: Yes, it was lovely. I was hip-no-tized!
'The Crue' rocked thru spandex, mascara and eyeliner Sunday night at Chrysler Arena.
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