Motley Crue, the personification of American decadence according to Communist Cold War propaganda in 1989, nevertheless performed for two shows in Moscow thirty years ago as part of the Moscow Music and Peace Festival, then returned home to find that their newly released album, Dr. Feelgood,   was the top seller in the USA because of “Kickstart My Heart”,”Without You“, and “Same Ol’ Situation“. But the band’s handlers were filled with dread, according to Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx. “They didn’t want us to tour overseas because they were afraid someone in the band would come home in a body bag.” Hear the harrowing story of life from the top…and bottom…the week of August 26. –Redbeard