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Just how much do people love Motley Crue? The band is hoping about $500 worth. The self-proclaimed "world's most notorious rock band" has announced that Eleven Seven Music/Motley Records will release vinyl configurations of their current hit album "Saints of Los Angeles" along with their first five classic studio albums, "Too Fast For Love" (1981); "Shout at the Devil" (1983); "Theatre of Pain" (1985); "Girls, Girls, Girls" (1987) and "Dr. Feelgood" (1989) in a limited edition leather box set, "Journals Of The Damned," containing all six vinyl releases. The run of 500 is individually numbered and also contains a Shout At the Devil Era lithograph signed by all four members of the band. It goes on sale today.
Today's estate of the day comes from the LA Times Hot Property section. Another divorce special, this one belongs to Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx and his former Playmate wife Donna D'Errico. The house in Agoura Hills is on 40 acres of land. The couple spent the last few years updating the home, which was built in 1982. The six-bedroom home also has a formal dining room, bonus room and a master suite with a spa tub, steam shower and a redwood sauna. One of the bedrooms has been used as a sound studio. There is also a pool, spa, vegetable garden, playground and a meditation garden on the property. It is listed at $2.995 million. After the jump, it's no Metallica mansion but it's still pretty sweet.