Back to Motley Crue. Most of the so-called "hair metal" or "glam metal" bands were not actually metal. Motley Crue for parts of their existence were an exception. Their early years, they were definitely a metal band, and on this album, there are several metal songs, making it predominantly a metal album. Of course "Dr. Feelgood" is a classic barn-burner of a song, revving up the Crue's engines for the rest of the album. And then of course, it gets into the sleaze. Several songs are typically sex-charged. Motley Crue has never been known for it's subtlety as shown in songs such as "Slice of Your Pie", "Rattlesnake Shake", "Sticky Sweet", and "She Goes Down". There are also the requisite power ballads for a "hair metal" band "Without You" and "Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)". Overall, pretty standard fare for this type of band and this time period.
P.S. I haven't figured out how to do umlauts, sorry.