Songs like Shout At The Devil and Wild Side were heavier and harder than ever, while Dr Feelgood was prime sleaze.
What does SOTD stand for?
SOTD stands for Shout At The Devil (Motley Crue)
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We have 5 other meanings of SOTD in our Acronym Attic
- Screen of the Day
- Scripture of the Day
- Shadow Of The Day (song)
- Shadow of the Desert (gaming)
- Shadows of the Dark (gaming, World of Warcraft)
- Shadows of the Dusk (gaming)
- Shaun of the Dead (movie)
- Shave of the Day
- Shoes of the Day
- Shot Of The Day
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The first no-picture book I finished was Wilbur Smith's Shout At The Devil.
The album created a buzz around The Crue that culminated in a major label deal and 1983's Shout At The Devil.
Covering 1981 to today (complete with new tracks), the two CD anthology goes from the Glam rock days of Live Wire, Shout At The Devil, Too Young To Fall In Love, to the overdosing, heart-stopping stadium hard rock days of Girls, Girls, Girls, Kickstart My Heart, Dr Feelgood, and the experimentation with grunge with lead singer John Corabi - plus of course, the beginning of the end when real life, celeb marriages and rehab took over.
The band's real breakthrough came with their second album Shout At The Devil, which put them at the forefront of the 80s metal boom.
Formed in 1981, the band found themselves at the front of the 1980s metal boom with their second album, Shout At The Devil.
Her last film role was in the war-time drama Shout At The Devil in 1976.
While the rest of the South rocks a sunny sound—à la the happy ballers of Cash Money or the eclectic dank of the Dungeon Family—Memphis’s Triple 6 Mafia prefers to shout at the Devil.