Mötley Crüe release Girls, Girls, Girls

Girls, Girls, Girls is the fourth studio album, released on May 15, 1987 by the heavy metal band Mötley Crüe. The record features a more blues-influenced sound than their previous albums and contains the hits "Wild Side" and "Girls, Girls, Girls". The record also reflects the band's hard-living lifestyle, and pays homage to their love of riding fast, large motorcycles, drinking whisky, and spending long nights at strip clubs. There are darker sides to the album as well, notably Nikki Sixx's song "Dancing on Glass", about his addiction to heroin[citation needed], and "Wild Side", which tells of destructive lifestyles and the pitfalls of decadence.[citation needed] The album peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard charts. On the week it might have reached No. 1, Whitney Houston's second album, Whitney, debuted at the top of the charts. Eventually, the group's 1989 album Dr. Feelgood would go on to claim the top Billboard spot. Members of the band have stated that if they hadn't managed to write two successful songs that this album would have been the end of their careers. This is because they were all fighting addictions to drugs and alcohol. Controversy surrounded Girls, Girls, Girls' third single, "You're All I Need", which, although a power ballad, featured lyrics that detail a lover's grisly murder.