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Tattoos & Tequila - Single

Vince Neil

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Rock Is Back!

This is a pretty good song - not my all time favorite from Vince/Crue - but it's still a new Vince Neil song. I'm just happy that artists like Vince Neil/Motley Crue are recording new music (along with Ratt, Lita, Scorpions, Kiss, etc.). Rock is finally reclaiming it's rightful spot at the top of the airwaves. I just hope this doesn't mean that Backstreet Boys & Co. will be coming back around in 10 years!

Well done Vince

Nice to hear Mr. Neil put out a great solo track during the Crue's down time. Well done sir, well done.

Superb!!!

If I was on facebook I would definantly "like" this. Haha. But it is a great song...the man can still sing

Biography

Born: February 8, 1961 in Hollywood, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

"I told them about you bro. They saw you and they're stoked," admitted Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee to future lead vocalist Vince Neil the night the band came out to see the bleached blonde singer perform with his band Rock Candy at the famed Hollywood nightclub Starwood. Neil, however, was apprehensive at first, as he was very happy with his current band, but agreed to an audition the next weekend in order to not hurt Lee's feelings. The singer was quickly ushered...
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