Last month, Motley Crue gave Las Vegas its first-ever hard rock residency. In a couple of weeks, singer Vince Neil will give the city something else: another place to ogle topless women.

In an interview with the Las Vegas Sun, the rocker told Robin Leach that he's gearing up to launch his own strip club, Vince Neil's Girls Girls Girls, about a mile from the Strip.

"It's something I always wanted to do," Neil said. "So it's like a dream come true. But this will be different and unique. It will be the first rock and roll strip joint. It was a business opportunity to become a partner that was too good to pass up."

How will Neil differentiate his club from Sin City's countless other gentlemen's establishments? For one, the girls will be edgier -- "Tattoos won't be banned," he says -- and the soundtrack won't suck.

"This will be full on rock and roll," he said. "We're going to have a lot more fun and a lot more dancing with our music. It will be a blast from start to finish. Yeah, we'll even play a little Motley, but tons of others, too! The mix will be something both tourists and locals want to add to the sexcitement."

Speaking of sexciting, Neil is considering a cable reality series based on the business.

"We've talked about filming behind the scenes of what goes into putting together a new club and all the fun sexy stuff with the girls," he said.

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