MÖTLEY CRÜE: SIXX And NEIL Clear The Air, Talk Reunion Tour
MÖTLEY CRÜE/BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION bassist Nikki Sixx has posted the following message to the "Rock'n'Roll Diary" section of CRÜE's official web site:
"Had a great talk with [MÖTLEY CRÜE singer] Vince [Neil] the other day.... We hadn't spoke in bit and as usual things had gotten misconstrude [sic] and blown out of context… (lawyers are one step above paparazzi)... God, I love clearity [sic].... In the end, we both want the same thing as Tommy and Mick.
"We wanna kick some fucking ass on tour…
"It was great having Tommy come to the N.Sixx/Dragonfly party. But that club was lame…. they were playing rave music all night… Fucking hell… I kept saying 'Play some metal'… Finally, we just left… Too fucking boring for me…
"I can feel the big gears starting to creak and groan as the massive machine starts to move… Wait til it picks up speed… It fucking hurts when it runs you over…"
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