Amazon is utilizing what seems to be a promo image of Steel Panther to advertise their Prime video documentary Rock n’ Roll Icon: Motley Crue. What makes this notably facepalming for Amazon, extra so than mistakenly utilizing every other 80’s rock band’s pic, is that Steel Panther is a famously-awesome hair-metal act impressed by the hair metallic acts of the ’80s.
Steel Panther lead vocalist Michael Starr is conscious of the net retailer/streaming service big’s flub. The singer reposted a fan video who seen the pic gaffe on Sunday (July 31). Take a look at the magnificent screw-up at finish of this publish.
The photograph is of Steel Panther in positive type, posing with savage stares in full glam metallic uniform. Massive hair with extensive headbands, eyeliner and ripped mesh tank tops are on full show.
One odd factor, nonetheless: Amazon really bought a few of it proper! Take a look at the higher portion of the image… the proper Motley Crue imaging appears to be there! You may make out the decrease half of Vince Neil’s face on the far left. Then touring proper even much less of Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, after which a full higher half Mick Mars. Whomever put this collectively melded two totally different photographs, of two totally different bands.
What a weird photoshop Frankenstein-ing f-up. You possibly can marvel at a still-shot of this on the hyperlink for Rock ‘n Roll Icon: Motley Crue right here. (Hurry, whereas it nonetheless exists!)