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Saints of Los Angeles album

Motley Crue Down Under
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On Tour with The Carnival of Sins

This is Gonna Hurt
This is Gonna Hurt by Sixx: A.M.


Tattoos & Tequila by Vince Neil


Motley Crue's Greatest Hits CD

Motley Crue's Carnival of Sins Live concert DVD
Motley Crue's Carnival of Sins
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Tommy Lee's latest album from
Methods of Mayhem

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Motley Crue
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Motley Crue - The Dirt



Band Member Collaborations

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Smashing Pumpkins with Tommy Lee

Smashing Pumpkins: Monuments to an Elegy
9/12/14: Tommy Lee plays drums on all nine tracks on the ninth studio album from American alternative rockers the Smashing Pumpkinsmore >>

Season 4: Music From the Showtime Series Californication
11/1/11: The final track of this soundtrack is an acoustic performance of Tommy Lee covering Home Sweet Home.  more >>

Dilana: InsideOut
17/11/09: Dilana Robichaux releases her album InsideOut via Kablunk! Records, which features a solo by Mick Mars. more >>

Freeland: Cope
8/6/09: Tommy drums on the album Cope by Freeland, the electronica band of DJ Adam Freeland, which is released today. more >>

The Last Vegas: Whatever Gets You Off
14/4/09: Co-produced by Nikki, the third studio album from The Last Vegas titled Whatever Gets You Off is released. Nikki also co-writes the single I'm Bad and the ballad Apologize. more >>

Papa Roach: Metamorphisis
24/3/09: This Papa Roach album titled Metamorphosis features a guest appearance by Mick Mars on the track Into The Light. more >>

Hinder: Take It to the Limit
4/11/08: Hinder's second album Take It to the Limit is released and features a lead guitar solo from Mick Mars on the title track. Drummer Cody Hanson says, "He actually called us up and wanted to do some writing and we were like, 'Yeah, of course, I mean, would you be interested in playing some guitar on the album? And he was like, 'Absolutely,' you know. So we sent him the track and he loved it, and we ended up going up to his house. And, you know, he laid down a few different passes of the solo on Take It to the Limit. So it was an amazing experience, you know, getting to meet one of your idols, I guess." more >>

CrashDiet: Unattractive Revolution
3/10/07: CrashDiet's album titled The Unattractive Revolution released in Europe on Universal Records, featuring a guest appearance on two tracks (I Don't Care, Alone) by Mick Mars, who flew into Stockholm, Sweden in June to help CrashDiet write some of the new material. more >>

Drowning Pool: Full Circle
7/8/07: A song called Reason I'm Alive that was written and produced by Nikki Sixx and DJ Ashba is released on the new Drowning Pool album titled Full Circle. Another track titled Light Another Candle and co-written by the pair doesn't make the final cut of songs. This unreleased track also features Nikki's son Gunnar playing didgeridoo. more >>

Marion Raven: Set Me Free
1/5/07: The title track that kicks off Marion's album was written by her with Nikki and DJ Ashba. The album also includes the song Heads Will Roll that was co-written by Marion with Nikki and James Michael. more >>

Meat Loaf: Bat Out of Hell III - The Monster is Loose
31/10/06: Mercury Records released of Meat Loaf's album Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster is Loose, the long-awaited third installment to rock music’s most successful series of all time. The title track was co-written by Nikki Sixx with John 5 (guitarist for Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie) and Bat Out of Hell III producer, Desmond Child. more >>

Rob Zombie: Educated Horses
28/3/06: Rob Zombie's new album Educated Horses is released on Geffen Records, featuring the drumming of Tommy Lee. more >>

Jack's Mannequin: Everything in Transit
23/8/05: Jack's Mannequin, the angst-flavoured, SoCal-vibed side project of Something Corporate's singer-song-writer Andrew McMahon, releases their debut album Everything in Transit. Produced by Jim Wirt (Incubus, Alien Ant Farm), the album also features Tommy Lee on drums. more >>

Brides of Destruction: Runaway Brides
27/9/05: Whilst the Brides of Destruction sophomore album does not feature the playing of Nikki Sixx, as he left to return to Mötley Crüe, it does feature three tracks with Sixx credits for co-writing - Blown Away, This Time Around, and Criminal - written with the band before he left. more >>

Marion Raven: Here I Am
29/6/05: Former M2M member Marion Raven released her first solo album. This young artist plays piano and both electric and acoustic guitar on the album, and has collaborated with great producers, singers and songwriters like Max Martin and Rami, Chantal Kreviazuk, Raine Maida, and Art Alexakis of Everclear. Nikki Sixx and James Michael co-wrote a few songs for her, including the tracks Heads Will Roll and Surfing The Sun that feature on the album. more >>

Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz: Crunk Juice
16/11/04: Tommy Lee provides the grit for the 'crunk rock' mix of the Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz track Roll Call on their album Crunk Juice released via TVT. Other artists to guest on the album include Bad Brains, Lil Scrappy, R. Kelly, Ludacris, Nas, T.I., Jadakiss, Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg, Sugar Free, Trillville and Jazze Pha. Their previous album Kings of Crunk peaked at No. 14 on The Billboard 200 in 2002 and has sold 2.1 million copies in the United States. more >>

Bruce Kulick: Transformer
3/8/04: Former Mötley Crüe front man John Corabi sings the track It's Just My Life on the new album Transformer from his former union and Kiss band member Bruce Kulick, released through Perris Records. more >>

PBR Allstars: Buck & Roll 1
2/3/04: Nikki Sixx co-wrote the third song, Stop Til I Drop, on this album of various artists performing rock'n'roll songs with country lyrics. The album serves as the official soundtrack of the Professional Bull Riders as a tribute to the riders and the sport itself, capturing the spirit of bull riding. Professional bull riding is a fierce, rough and grueling sport with roots deep in American culture, often referred to as the original extreme sport. Sixx co-wrote the track with Kenny "Borgeois" Alphin, James Otto and John Rich.  more >>

Professional Murder Music: Looking Through 
21/10/03: Professional Murder Music release Looking Through on their label Wormhole Records via distribution through Underground Inc./ Caroline. The album features a guest appearance by Tommy Lee, drumming on track 4, Disconnect. more >>

Meat Loaf: Couldn't Have Said It Better
23/9/03: Meat Loaf's album Couldn't Have Said it Better is released in the USA on Sanctuary Records, and features the title track, Love You Out Loud and Man Of Steel written by Mötley Crüe's Nikki Sixx with James Michael. The latter is likely to be a single and is a duet with his daughter, Mötley back-up singer, Pearl Aday. It's Meat Loaf's first all-new studio album since 1995 and his eighth studio album overall. more >>

Saliva: Back Into Your System 
12/11/02: Saliva's second album Back Into Your System is released. Produced by Bob Marlette who produced the last Union album, the album includes the track Rest In Pieces written by Nikki Sixx. more >>

Butch Walker: Left Of Self-Centered
9/7/02: Former Marvelous 3 front man Butch Walker released his first solo album titled Left Of Self-Centered on Arista Records which features Nikki Sixx playing bass on the track Into The Black. Butch also adopted umlauts on the album cover logo as a tip of the hat to Mötley. more >>

Rob Zombie: The Sinister Urge 
13/11/01: Rob Zombie's sophomore solo album The Sinister Urge is the follow-up to his 1998 Hellbilly Deluxe album. The new Geffen Records album includes guest appearances from Tommy Lee, Beastie Boy's Mix Master Mike, and Ozzy Osbourne on track five titled Iron Head. Slayer's Kerry King and Limp Bizkit's DJ Lethal also guest on the album. more >>

Spiders & Snakes: London Daze
27/6/00: Nikki Sixx's pre-Mötley Crüe London demo tape is released as bonus tracks on Lizzie Grey's group Spiders & Snakes album London Daze. This songs feature Nikki, Lizzie and Nigel Benjamin (ex-Mott The Hoople) doing three tracks: Nobody Loves You Like I Do, Straight From The Heart and Dream Girl. Lizzie Grey was also the co-writer of the track Public Enemy #1 from the debut Mötley album. more >>

Laidlaw: First Big Picnic
26/10/99: The first album on Sixx's Americoma Records is Laidlaw's First Big Picnic, also produced by Nikki Sixx. The album cover depicts a 50's style family picnic scene and features Nikki Sixx's daughter Storm and his step-son Rhyan. The band formed in 1990 in Orange County, CA by slide guitarist Buzzy James and guitarist Craig DeFalco, who supported himself during leaner years of the band as a guitar tech for Tesla, Kiss and Van Halen. His last tech job was for Nikki Sixx. When DeFalco gave Nikki a demo of Laidlaw, he subsequently listened to it then saw the band at a showcase before signing them as the first artist on his new label. more >>

Rob Zombie: Hellbilly Deluxe
25/8/98: Rob Zombie's first solo album Hellbilly Deluxe is produced by Rob with Scott Humphrey (Co-Producer of Generation Swine) and features Mötley Crüe's Tommy Lee on drums on two tracks Resurrection Joe and Meet The Creeper. more >>

Nine Inch Nails: Downward Spiral
29/5/94: The new Nine Inch Nails album The Downward Spiral is released. As a good friend of front man Trent Reznor, Tommy plays drums on the song Big Man With A Gun. He also drums on two mixes of Closer, even though he’s not mentioned for credit. T-Bone is a fan of the underground techno/industrial scene, an influence that shows through on his track Planet Boom from Mötley Crüe's Quaternary. more >>

Alice Cooper: Hey Stoopid
7/91: Nikki and Mick co-wrote the awesome song Die For You on this album. Mick plays guitar on the track while Nikki plays bass on the track Feed My Frankenstein. Nikki was really chuffed to work with one of his heroes. He even phoned Alice and asked if he was thinking of doing a video for Feed My Frankenstein. Alice said he was thinking about it and if he did Sixx would be the bass player in it. Other guests on the album are Slash, Ozzy Osbourne, Steve Vai, and Joe Satriani. more >>

Stuart Hamm: Urge
4/6/91: Tommy drums on the title track The Urge on this Stu Hamm’s third solo album. He also contributes backing vocals to the track If You're Scared, Stay Home. The liner notes of the album read, "Tommy Lee appears courtesy of Elektra Records and Heather Locklear". more >>

Frank Zappa: Joe's Garage Act 1
14/10/89: When Mötley's Dr. Feelgood tour started in Germany, the Frank Zappa track Crew Slut from his Joe's Garage Volume 1 album was played to the audience before Mötley enters the stage. The Crüe also play it on the Maximum Rock 2000 tour before they hit the stage every night. more >>

Steve Jones: Fire And Gasoline
mid 89: Former Sex Pistol guitarist Steve Jones releases his new album titled Fire And Gasoline. The second track called We're Not Saints is written by Nikki Sixx with Steve Jones, along with his bass player Terry Nails. more >>

Fabulous Thunderbirds: Hot Stuff-Greatest Hits
10/88: Mötley record a song for the Tom Cruise film Cocktail soundtrack called Powerful Stuff. Production with Tom Werman didn’t work out so they canned the project which is picked up by The Fabulous Thunderbirds. The song doesn’t appear on the soundtrack but is released by The Fabulous Thunderbirds (featuring the lead-guitar work of Jimmie Vaughan - Stevie Ray's brother) a year later and reaches #65 on the charts. That song is included on this album. more >>

Poison: Open Up & Say Ahh
4/88: Vince married Sharise Ruddell after they met at The Tropicana Club when she was mud wrestling. You can see pictures of Sharise posing in the pool with Bret Michaels on the inside sleeve of this Poison album. more >>

Lita Ford: Lita
late 87: Nikki co-wrote Falling In and Out Of Love with ex-girlfriend Lita Ford on this her self titled album. Working in the studio next to her, Lita came in and they sat at a piano together and started playing and humming the tune. more >>

Aerosmith: Permanent Vacation
8/87: Aerosmith released their ninth studio album Permanent Vacation which included a track called Dude (Looks Like A Lady) which was written about Vince Neil. Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler saw Vince in a bar from a distance and thought he was a woman until he noticed a lot of girls coming on to him. Intrigued at how he picked up chicks while looking like one, the two met and chatted. The Crüe's repeated use of the Californian word 'Dude' was noted and taken as inspiration for the hit song. more >>

Lita Ford: Dancin' On The Edge
84: Randy Castillo plays drums on, then tours behind this second solo album Dancin' On The Edge by Nikki Sixx's girlfriend at the time Lita Ford. He was introduced to Nikki and Tommy at Lita's Los Angeles concert and they quickly became friends. more >>

W.A.S.P.: Last Command
1985: The first track on this album is called Wild Child. Blackie Lawless approached the Crüe mid 1983 with the song but Nikki felt the vocals were out of Vince's range, so Blackie retained it as a song for WASP. It was included on this album. more >>

Dokken: Breaking The Chains
12/82: Mötley included the title track of this CD on an old vinyl LP produced for Fan Club members, which was widely bootlegged. There has been conjecture for many years whether it's actually the Dokken version or Vince Neil singing the song from the Shout At The Devil recording sessions. This is certainly the original version here. more >>

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