MÖTLEY CRÜE – CD Digipak Reissues of Five Classic Albums Arriving in July

The Music Universe reports that BMG is set to individually re-release five Mötley Crüe albums from the 1980s on July 1. will be reissued on digipak CD with remastered audio from 2021.

No bonus tracks appear to be included, but each will be packaged in a protective folder or book.

The reissue campaign is part of a new deal the band struck with the label in 2021 to acquire their entire back catalog. The deal is valued at approximately $150 million, the largest single catalog acquisition since the company’s inception in 2008. The deal includes the iconic band’s entire recorded output spanning nine studio albums since their debut in 1981’s Too Fast For Love through 2008’s final release Saints Of Los Angeles, as well as several platinum-selling live albums and compilations.

Confirmed dates for The Stadium Tour, featuring Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, are listed below.

June
16 – SunTrust Park – Atlanta, Georgia
18 – Hard Rock Stadium – Miami Gardens, Florida
19 – Camping World Stadium – Orlando, Florida
22 – National Park – Washington, DC
24 – Citi Field – Flushing, NY
25 – Citizens Bank Park – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
28 – Bank of America Stadium – Charlotte, North Carolina
30 – Nissan Stadium – Nashville, Tennessee

July
2 – EverBank Field – Jacksonville, Florida
5 – Busch Stadium – St Louis, MO
8 – Wrigley Field – Chicago, Illinois
10 – Comerica Park – Detroit, Michigan
12 – Hersheypark Stadium – Hershey, Pennsylvania
14 – FirstEnergy Stadium – Cleveland, Ohio
15 – Great American Ballpark – Cincinnati, OH
17 – American Family Field – Milwaukee, WI
19 – Kauffman Stadium – Kansas City, Missouri
21 – Coors Field – Denver, CO

August
5 – Fenway Park – Boston, MA
6 – Fenway Park – Boston, MA
8 – Rogers Center – Toronto, ON
10 – The Stadium Tour – Orchard Park, NY
12 – PNC Park – Pittsburgh, PA
14 – US Bank Stadium – Minneapolis, MN
16 – Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
19 – Minute Made Park – Houston, TX
21 – Alamodome – San Antonio, TX
22 – Globe Life Park at Arlington – Arlington, TX
25 – State Farm Stadium – Phoenix, AZ
27 – SoFi Stadium – Inglewood, CA
28 – Petco Park – San Diego, CA
31 – T-Mobile Park – Seattle, Washington

September
2 – BC Place – Vancouver, BC
4 – Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton, AB
7 – Oracle Park – San Francisco, CA
9 – Allegiant Stadium – Las Vegas, Nevada

Jack L. Goldstein