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Motley Crue was immortalized with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today, ensuring that long after their last surviving member (we're guessing a collagen-and-Botox-pumped Vince Neil) makes his final, ineffectual attempt at entering a groupie, their name will live on. An AP report reminds of us some of the band's less celebratory moments:

[T]ragedy followed, from singer Vince Neil's 1984 involvement in a car accident that killed Hanoi Rocks drummer Nicholas "Razzle" Dingley to bassist Sixx's near-death from a heroin overdose in 1987.

Guitarist Mars suffers from a degenerative rheumatoid disease in his back.

To prove they still had the heavy metal cred that made them superstars in the first place, the band members passed around a bottle of Jack Daniels and attempted to urinate on their new piece of Hollywood real estate a plan that was quickly curtailed when their enlarged prostates prevented anything more than a dribbly trickle from coming out.