Vince Neil Says Motley Crue ‘Still Bad Boys’
How could it be? Vince Neil, lead singer of Mötley Crüe, the self-proclaimed "loudest band in the world" is sick of boobs? Seriously? In a recent interview, Neil admits that seeing women flash him from the audience doesn't exactly have the same appeal as it once did.
"After this last tour, it started to get a little old," Neil admits. "I mean, how many boobs can you look at? Sometimes you feel like a doctor. You just get up and go to the office and think, 'OK, I have to look at boobs all day.' It gets tiresome. But then the tour ends and you don't see tits every day, and that's when you start to miss it all over again."
Mötley Crüe released a revamped 'Greatest Hits' package Nov. 17. The Best Buy edition of the set features a special behind-the-scenes DVD of Crüe Fest II action. The Crüe welcomed Godsmack, Theory of a Deadman, Drowning Pool and the Charm City Devils along for that installment of the moving festival. The CD also features one new track, the remixed version of 'The Animal in Me.'
These days, the guys in Mötley are a little older, a little richer ... but they refuse to ramp down the sexually charged, male-dominated lyrics.
"We're rock musicians. We treat girls like shit. That's just the way it is," says Neil. "I guess girls just like the bad boys, and we're definitely the bad boys."
No comment from any of the Crüe wives or daughters.