Vince Neil kicking around song ideas to hopefully record in touring “off” season
In a recent interview with NorthJersey.com, Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil revealed that he is starting to think of recording a follow-up to his 2010 solo album Tattoos & Tequila but he is apparently in no hurry to do so.
Neil is quoted as stating as follows to NorthJersey.com:
“Right now the focus is on touring… The demand has been high since Mötley Crüe‘s retirement.
“We are kicking around some song ideas and hope we can hit the studio during the off season… Our calendar is pretty booked right now for the next year, at least, so there’s nothing for certain at this point.”
You can read the rest of the article / interview at NorthJersey.com.
Neil has released three solo studio albums during the course of his career: Exposed (1993), Carved In Stone (1995) and Tattoos & Tequila (2010).
Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Tattoos & Tequila: “Tattoos & Tequila sounds like Mötley Crüe throwaways from the Red, White & Crue writing sessions that produced “If I Die Tomorrow” and “Sick Love Song.” The track “Another Bad Day”, originally written by Nikki Sixx for the New Tattoo album, doesn’t fair much better, but it’s tolerable. It’s all downhill from there though as Vince Neil and his very capable band which consists of Slaughter‘s Jeff Blando and Dana Strum with drummer Zoltan Chaney obliterate classics by Sweet, Aerosmith, Scorpions, Cheap Trick and Creedance Clearwater Revival. There are a couple of good covers versions on the record though — Vince‘s version of The Hollies‘ “Long Cool Woman” turned out well, as did his version of Elton John‘s “Bitch Is Back”, and his take on The Sex Pistols‘ “No Feelings” is decent.”