The story follows our heroine who after losing her mother, is in the custody of a rich family (the male lead's family). She's then allowed to attend a high school with prestige with him. There, people call him Master Devil, he'll always make her pass for difficult moments. \~ Based on the novel of the same name written by Jin Xia Mo.
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Shout at the Devil is the second studio album by American heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, released on September 26, 1983. It was the band's breakthrough album, establishing Mötley Crüe as one of the top selling heavy metal acts of the 1980s. The singles “Looks That Kill” and “Too Young to Fall in Love” were moderate hits for the band.
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In a contemporary review for The Village Voice, Robert Christgau panned Shout at the Devil and felt the band's commercial appeal lay in false braggadocio on an album that is poor “even by heavy metal standards”. Rolling Stone's J. D. Considine found their style of rock formulaic, innocuous, and unoriginal: “The whole point of bands like Motley Crue is to provide cheap thrills to jaded teens, and that's where the album ultimately disappoints.” In The Rolling Stone Album Guide (2004), he dismissed the music as “a distressingly mild-mannered distillation of Kiss and Aerosmith clichés”. The magazine would later rank the album 44th in their 2017 “100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time”, anyway. AllMusic's Barry Weber was more positive in a retrospective review; citing Shout… as their best album, which “displays Mötley Crüe's sleazy and notorious (yet quite entertaining) metal at its best.” Canadian journalist Martin Popoff considered Shout at the Devil inferior to Mötley's debut album, but found its music extremely addictive if unoriginal and called it “punk rocking lobotomy metal”. Adrian Begrand of PopMatters called the album a “timeless L.A. metal classic”, which “people often forget how dark, how sleazy, how menacing ... really is”. In his opinion, it contains the band's best singles and “remains to this day Mötley Crüe's finest hour”. “Without this album, a lot of the great hair metal bands wouldn't have come about,” observed Satchel of Steel Panther. "Theatre of Pain was more of their glam look, but Shout at the Devil was such a great record. It was fuckin' sick. They set the bar. People looked at that and said, 'Fuck, we gotta dress up cool, man.' Shout at the Devil peaked at No.17 on the Billboard 200. The singles “Looks That Kill” and “Too Young to Fall in Love”, peaked at No.54 and No.90 respectively on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1984, while “Shout at the Devil” peaked at No. 30 on the Mainstream Rock chart. The album was awarded 4x Platinum (reaching the four million mark in shipments) on May 15, 1997. “When a band like us put out Shout at the Devil,” Sixx observed in 2000, “and the label does zero marketing, zero publicity and takes zero trade adverts, and you sell five million records, then everybody starts patting themselves on the back. But it's Mötley Crüe that did that, not Elektra Records.”
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