Looking to pick up the new Mötley Crüe live package along with (most of) the band's back catalog in one fell swoop? The band's got you covered.

Pre-orders are now open for the limited edition Crüe box The End, which is set to arrive Nov. 25. Available in two configurations, the set combines the live CD and DVD package for The End, which captures the band's final show on Dec. 31, 2015, along with a hardcover book, a set of photo prints and a tour laminate — plus additional music that varies depending on which package you purchase.

Fans who pony up $175 for the complete box will also receive six of the band's albums (Too Fast for Love, Shout at the Devil, Theatre of Pain, Girls, Girls, Girls, Dr. Feelgood and Saints of Los Angeles) on CD and vinyl, plus four Mick Mars guitar picks, all "enclosed in a tombstone looking package." For the slightly more budget-conscious, there's the Shout at the Devil Anniversary Bundle, which costs $100 and swaps out the CD/vinyl catalog titles for Shout at the Devil on CD.

As a number of unhappy fans have pointed out on the band's Facebook page, both versions of The End box ignore several chapters of Mötley Crüe's history, leaving out their 1994 self-titled effort as well as 1997's Generation Swine and 2000's New Tattoo. For those who already own the albums in question and just want the live stuff, The End will arrive all by itself on Blu-ray/CD and DVD/CD on Nov. 4 — at a far lower price.

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