MÖTLEY CRÜE's SIXX: We Won't Ask Old Fans To Purchase Upcoming Reissues

February 5, 2003

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:

"A little update to some of you. We [BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION] just finished the last set of songs... We went in with six, came out with five done, plus the four from before. We have three that just need a little work to finish as well. Scot [Coogan] played drums to the older songs replacing [former B.O.D. and current ADEMA drummer] Kris Kohl's drums so it all sounds like it's from the same band/sessions.

"[B.O.D. guitarist] Tracii [Guns] and I are working with [webmaster] Shaun to get the BRIDES site up soon... Probably just have a few pages to get started, but at least we can put some of the new tunes up for you to preview. We're in the final stage of deciding on which producer will handle the album duties… More on that when we decide.

"Some of you may know we signed a deal Universal to distribute our [MÖTLEY CRÜE's] catalog. There wont be anything in the way of asking old fans to purchase these, since we've already released them with bonus tracks... We will try to make them as cool as possible for future CRÜEheads of course. I'm excited about releasing the DVD Greatest Hits. Those videos are classic, and I think a lot of newer fans have a hard time seeing them.

"[MÖTLEY CRÜE guitarist] Mick [Mars is] doing great... We see each other often. He says hey... Not a lot to talk about in the land of CRÜE. I'm really focused on the BRIDES music and deals... The other exciting thing for me is the NSixx clothes line. We have 16 men's and 16 women's items. Some are available, some will be ready to show at magic in Vegas this month. It's a work in progress... A lot of (new) in my life, which keeps me creative.

"I will express my disappointment with Vans for using me in their print campaign without my consent. But that's what lawyers are for.

"Enjoy what you have... NSixx"

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