Vince Neil – Tattoos and Tequila

Tattoos & TequilaA new solo album from Vince Neil. A solo album that is a covers album. Not exactly what the world has been screaming for. Let’s face it, Vince Neil was never a great singer. Not even a good one. But apparently he’s got something because he’s still with Mötley Crüe and that’s where everybody wants him to be. But another solo album that is full covers? I can’t say I was excited. And not only because Vince Neil might not be my biggest hero, but because cover albums are seldom of any interest. Also, Vince’s earlier solo albums hasn’t exactly been all that, so to speak. His debut, Exposed (1993) was actually really neat, despite Ron Nevison’s coward production and the overrated Steve Stevens. Sure, Stevens is a fast and technical player but he often sounds like computer game.

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