Motley Crue 1981 ‘Too Fast For Love’ Pro-Shot Tour Footage Surfaces Online

Motley Crue 1981 ‘Too Fast For Love’ Pro-Shot Tour Footage Surfaces Online

February 14, 2011

30-year old footage of Motley Crue performing live at The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, California has surfaced to promote a series of Hard Rock/Heavy Metal themed auctions from eBay seller EliteWorks.

The Motley Crue segment, which also includes a brief interview with a 22-year old Nikki Sixx, was shot on November 12, 1981, just prior to the independent release of Motley’s debut album Too Fast For Love.

Several one-of-a-kind Motley Crue collectables are featured in the auctions at, including a June 1981 promotional Umatic master videotape of the band’s first two music videos (“Take Me To The Top” and “Public Enemy#1″), a test pressing 12” single from Theatre Of Pain, a 24-year old stage used items from the Girls, Girls, Girls Tour as well as guitar picks, early press kits, import singles, t-shirts and much more.

Vintage memorabilia from KISS, Bon Jovi, Alice Cooper, Van Halen, Scorpions, Dio, The Cult, Guns N’ Roses, Tesla, Quiet Riot, Ratt, W.A.S.P., Mr. Big, Faster Pussycat, King Diamond and even lesser known cult acts such as Warlock, Fate’s Warning, Pretty Boy Floyd, Dirty Looks, Tora Tora, Sacred Reich and Oliver Magnum are also featured among this week’s 84 auctions which may be viewed at

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