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Artist: Vince Neil

Title: Tattoos and Tequila

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Vince Neil Tattoos and Tequila Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2010

Label: Frontiers Records

Catalog Number: FR CD 463


Vince Neil Lead Vocals
Dana Strum Bass
Jeff Blando Guitars
Zoltan Chaney Drums


1.  Tattoos & Tequila  
2.  He's a Whore    Cover: Cheap Trick
3.  AC/DC    Cover: The Sweet
4.  Nobody's Fault    Cover: Aerosmith
5.  Another Bad Day  
6.  No Feelings    Cover: The Sex Pistols
7.  Long Cool Woman    Cover: The Hollies
8.  Another Piece of Meat    Cover: The Scorpions
9.  Who'll Stop the Rain    Cover: Creedence Clearwater Revival
10.  Viva Las Vegas    Cover: Elvis Presley
11.  Bitch Is Back    Cover: Elton John
12.  Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers     Cover: ZZ Top

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Existing comments about this CD

From: CC Date: May 23, 2010 at 17:47
I am assuming that a good portion of this is cover songs, going on the titles. Looking forward to it.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: May 23, 2010 at 23:46
If it is covers, that would be Vince Neil's half-assed, copped-out way. Why would you even bother, Vince? Oh wait, this is the guy who has admittedly little interest in the songwriting process for his own band.

From: CC Date: June 11, 2010 at 14:11
Love this album. Brilliant stuff.

From: onemorecast Date: June 28, 2010 at 23:35
CC why would you assume it has a good portion of cover when you can read the track list.

From: CC Date: July 1, 2010 at 19:48
Because when it was initially posted on here, it didnt have the artists names next to them who were being covered.

From: Rob Rocker Date: December 7, 2010 at 11:37
I held off on getting this due to some of the luke warm reviews, but this CD is actually really good. It's good to hear Vince sound like "Vince" (nasally, whiney, punkish, sleazy, etc..) as oppose to sounding subdued by singing songs written in the wrong key for him like on the last Crue CD. The two new songs "Tattoos & Tequila" and "Another Bad Day" are both solid and the selection of covers are not the "usual" ("Hair Of The Dog", "Suffragette City", etc.) that have been covered a million times. "He's A Whore" and "AC/DC" are a couple of standouts and IMO the only weak track is "Who'll Stop The Rain" due to the distraction of the over-processed (autotune?) vocals more than the actual performance. T&T is not groundbreaking, but it's a fun party rock album that has some attitude.

From: J.Wylder Date: February 6, 2012 at 5:27
"Tattoos & Tequila" is a killer new track, and video, without a doubt the best thing Vince has done in a long long while. What I think most Motley/Vince fans would want, is for Vince to go in the studio with his skilled solo band and write and record a full album of totally new tracks, with the same quality as the song "Tattoos & Tequila". Can't expect the man to once again release a masterpiece like Exposed, but he should try to come close. Judging from his last book, he seems more sober and eager to work hard than in many years, so maybe he can do quality stuff again. Let's hope so. After all, this song alone proves that he has still got it, when he wants to. If he could have Mick play some guitars on his next solo CD, as well as Stevens, that would be awesome too. But most importantly, he should strive for QUALITY songs, and not leave the studio until all is as good as possible. That's for sure. This is what would boost his career now, with or without Motley!

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: February 6, 2012 at 11:48
I think you grossly overestimate Vince's abilities and ambition, and misread what "most Motley/VInce fans" want. To me, Vince seems content to go the Bret Michaels route, releasing half-ass music every so often, and touring as a solo artist, playing mostly songs he didn't write, without having to share the money with Nikki, Tommy or Mick. And what most Motley/Vince fans seem to want is for it to be 1989 again, at the latest. Nikki and Vince have both hinted that their current Vegas residency might be the last of them (for a long while at least), and all of them, at one time or another, have said things that would indicate Motley Crue is just a day job ... honestly, I'd be okay if they went away for a while, let us hremember them the way they were.

From: $$ixx Date: September 11, 2013 at 6:25
At least Vinny is proud of being a rocker, stands up for the old albums, and does not feel ashamed of old pics etc like Tommy. Yes, these are cover songs, but like Rob Rocker wrote these are actually well-recorded, and a fun uptempo album. I rather listen to this than Methods of mayhem any time of the day. And if you check your facts, Vince co-wrote just as many GOOD CrŘe tunes back in the day as Tommy, whereas Tommy wrote on Swine - and that was not exactly a brilliant album.. Say what you want about Vince, but his stage presence and vocals boosted Crue's initial success and they chose him, not the other way.

From: Doug Date: June 23, 2014 at 13:12
I like this one. The guys from Slaughter, Jack Blades and others help to make this a fun album. Unfortunately, my copy did not have the ZZ Top tune, which bums me. Cheap Trick, Hollies and Elton John tunes are my faves.

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