Before the release of 1985’s Theatre of PainMotley Crue were on the launchpad to superstardom. There was just one problem: The album wasn’t strong enough and they knew it.

Luckily, singer Vince Neil had a ringer in mind. “It was me who suggested covering ‘Smokin’ in the Boys Room,'” Neil revealed in his 2010 book Tattoos & Tequila. “Everybody knows that song kind of saved our asses at that time.”

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