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  • Audio CD (June 21, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Eleven Seven Music
  • ASIN: B003KT3NRA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,908 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Tattoos and Tequila
2. He's A Whore
3. AC/DC
4. Nobody's Fault
5. Another Bad Day
6. No Feelings
7. Long Cool Woman
8. Another Piece of Meat
9. Who'll Stop The Rain
10. Viva Las Vegas
11. Bitch Is Back

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The International rock icon s new album Tattoos & Tequila is a compilation of genre defining hits that have been given the Vince Neil rock renewal treatment and is sure to be an updated rock lifestyle staple. Neil s refreshed collection of classics consists of nine hand-picked, influential covers by such musical legends as The Sex Pistols, Elvis Presley and Creedence Clearwater Revival as well as two new tracks; Tattoos & Tequila, and Another Bad Day, which was originally written by Nikki Sixx for Mötley Crüe s release of New Tattoo in 2000 and just missed the cut. The title song for the album captures Vince s signature sound with a contemporary feel that has been compared to current acts such as Cavo and Godsmack.

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Juvenile lyrics,lack-luster covers, and just plain bad songs.
Carl Sanders
This hybrid album is sure to appeal to any hard rock fan and provides a gateway between the new and the old.
Spenser Schwartz
This is a great cd of cover songs by Vince Neil, if you are a Motley Crue fan you will love it!
puddin75

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By VainsofSleaze on August 2, 2010
Format: Audio CD
When I first heard that Vince Neil would be doing a solo project like this, I was skeptical, depsite loving Nikki and Tommy's solo projects. However I'm totally willing to admit that my skeptisism wasn't necissary. Where most artists that go solo rely on previous popularity and old fan-bases, Vince Neil relyed on nothing but his raw vocal talent. Perhaps the fact that it's Vince Neil of Motley Crue was the swaying factor that made me buy the album, but I know that even if it wasn't Vince Neil, this album would be an undoubted success! More than impressed, definately a five-star performance from one of the best vocalists around!
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Tommy Skylar on June 12, 2010
Format: MP3 Music
I'll say it right away; I'm a huge fan of Motley Crue, there's no surprises there I suppose. I also followed Vince Neil's solo career after he was fired/quit Motley Crue, I liked his solo albums for what they were especially 1993's "Exposed". After his second album "Carved In Stone" (1995) Vince reunited with the Crue and has not released anything solo since then except one live album (which was all Moltey material and only one solo song) and a single "Promise Me" in 2005 which was supposed to be featured on an upcoming album that never quite happened. So here we are in 2010 as Vince Neil is about to release his first studio solo album in 15 years "Tattoos and Tequila", a cover album which Vince says sees him cover some of the artists who influenced him like Cheap Trick, Aerosmith, ZZ Top and Scorpions. The album contains 10 covers and two new songs including the title track and "Another Bad Day". The new single "Tattoos and Tequila" is available for free on Amazon or from Vince's official website (you get the video as well from the website). Neils' upcoming biography due latter in 2010 is also called "Tattoos and Tequila".

Okay the lyrics to the song are not innovative at all but it doesn't really matter its good time rock what's wrong with that? Not everyone wants to listen to a song with a complicated story or one of incredible depth( even if I thought that Vince's single "Promise Me" showed a lot of depth from his part), well not all the time. It's a cool summer track in a way and the chorus is a little cheesy but catchy. The musicians playing with Neil this time around are Jeff Blando on guitar and Danna Strum on bass both from Slaughter along with Zolthan Chaney on drums.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By CJ Marsicano on August 8, 2010
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While Vince Neil did have a couple of cover versions under his belt already as a member of Motley Crue, this "soundtrack" to his forthcoming memoirs ends up shedding a brighter, positive light on his distinctive yet underrated vocals. The covers of The Sex Pistols' "No Feelings" and Cheap Trick's "He's A Whore" alone are worth the price of the entire CD alone - and also underline the fact that Vince's vocal stylings are the ultimate crossing of Robin Zander and Johnny Rotten. Vince's cover of "Who'll Stop The Rain" also allows him to explore the lower reaches of his vocals, something we don't normally get to hear him do in Motley Crue.

Although I'm of similar age/generation to Vince, I can't compare every song he covers here to their originals (I'm not familiar with the original versions of Sweet's "AC/DC" and the Scorpions' "Another Piece of Meat", to be honest), but Vince is in fine voice throughout the album and his solo backup band isn't exactly sleepwalking through these songs (although, given that ten of the twelve songs are covers, it's more than likely that the recording sessions for them weren't as taxing as the two originals and were probably a lot more fun to do). It's not a groundbreaking album, but as both a fun summer/car ride listen and an insight into Vince Neil as a vocalist, it's perfect.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By tebu810 on August 1, 2010
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When I heard Vince was gonna be doing another solo album, I thought, "yea, we'll see". But a couple years later Tattoo's & Tequila was announced and I started to get exited. That is until I saw the tracklisting. I was a little pissed that it was mostly covers. So I listened to all the original versions and I wasn't too impressed. I'm alot happier now that I've heard Vince's versions of the songs. This is a great album. The best cover-album Ive ever heard.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Candyce Watson on September 10, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I was a bit sceptical when I heard Vince was recording another solo record, simply because I wasn't too keen on the last two. Listening to this album proves me absolutely wrong!! I was pleasantly surprised at songs like "Viva Las Vegas", "Nobody's Fault" and of course the title song, "Tattoos & Tequila". He's done a brilliant job on this album! If you like Motley Crue or similar bands- you'll just love this in- your- face Rock N' Roll album!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By adametallica on August 3, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I saw Vince Neil live with Motley Crue for the first time; in Knebworth Park last week, and they blew me away. Vince & the boys really do still have it! This album is hard rock all over. It still has that Motley vibe with some heavy riffs thrown in. I think its the perfect mix of what Vince loves doing best but has thrown in his own preferred taste.
10/10 from me and i hope he confirms a UK date for his solo project.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Spenser Schwartz on September 8, 2010
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The Motley Crue frontman stepped up like his band-mates before him to create a solo album. Created mostly of covers, you can see where Neil gets his influences while putting a new twist to well-known songs. The select original songs by the Crue singer brings the rock star sound that we grew to love. This hybrid album is sure to appeal to any hard rock fan and provides a gateway between the new and the old.
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"Tattoos & Tequila" track listing:
01. Tattoos & Tequila (album version)
02. He's A Whore (CHEAP TRICK)
03. AC/DC (SWEET)
04. Nobody's Fault (AEROSMITH)
05. Another Bad Day
06. No Feelings (SEX PISTOLS)
07. Long Cool Woman (THE HOLLIES)
08. Another Piece Of Meat (SCORPIONS)
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