It was cool. A lot more explicit than I thought it would be. The one part I liked was when Vince admits their music was bad...lol. Their first album was spectacular then they kinda got soft for the true metal heads of the times.
I remember my friends and myself were all excited to see them in concert for the first time at the Rosemont Horizon. They came out on stage and were so fucked up drunk they couldn’t even play. Vince Neil was wrapped in a flag chuggin a bottle of booze and couldn’t even stand. They played 3 songs with Neil not even singing then threw their instruments and walked off stage. Everybody was booing them cause we didn’t get to see a show. Now they are rich and famous rock stars...oh the irony.
I was never much of a fan, but it was entertaining. I liked cranking up Shout at the devil when it came out, had it on vinyl. Lots of good metal back then...I lumped them into the Poison, Cinderella, winger camp.