"Girls, Girls, Girls" was Motley Crue's fourth studio album released in the summer of 1987 and went on the hit quadruple platinum status in the United States. The only thing that kept it from hitting number one on the Billboard Charts was the release of Whitney Houston's album a month after theirs, which debuted at number one and remained for eleven weeks.
Motley Crue was one of the first glam metal bands to rise to fame in the 80s. They were known for their hedonistic lifestyle and androgynous look. Everyone in the band were such party animals that KISS actually kicked them off of their tour. Motley Crue had elaborate live performances with crazy stage setups, pyrotechnics, and high energy. Most likely had the tightest pants in America.