Kickstart My Heart

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"Kickstart My Heart" is a Grammy Award-nominated song by the American rock band Mötley Crüe, originally released on their 1989 album, Dr. Feelgood. The song has also been used numerous in media, including the trailers for Robert Rodriguez's family comedy Shorts and the Disney/Pixar film Cars. It can also be heard in some TV spots for the upcoming action-comedy 30 Minutes or Less starring Jesse Eisenberg. It's even included on the soundtrack for the movie Take Me Home Tonight.


The song was written by Nikki Sixx about his infamous overdose in which he was declared clinically dead before being revived by two adrenaline shots to the heart. The overdose was back in 1987 when Guns N' Roses and Mötley Crüe toured together. The overdose took place in Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash's hotel room, Slash had nothing to do with Sixx's overdose, in fact, Slash's girlfriend got Sixx the help he needed.

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The video clip was shot in the Whisky-A-Go-Go during the Mötley Crüe's warm up show before embarking on the Dr. Feelgood Tour. Sam Kinison is featured at the start of the video in a short cameo as the band's driver. For the Carnival of Sins 2005 tour, "Kickstart My Heart" was used as the band's closing song for the tour because of its fast pace and epic feel. This was again proven when the band used it as an intro for Crüe Fest. The song is again being used as their closer...
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