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:"Well, they say 'Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it.' "N.Sixx clothing by Dragonfly (male and female) is in over 150 accounts. So needless to say, now it's getting real, and really busy. We can't design it fast enuff [sic] for the buyers. This is a quality problem, I agree, but still it's a grind. This is the most creative I've ever felt outside of music. "The BRIDES have meet with producers and we have our heart set on one (you know him). He gave us some working orders, so we're heading back into Klown studios to bust out some more tunes. Basically, up the aggression (not a problem). There won't be any ballads on this album, our intention is to have an album with the energy of and AC/DC, PLASMATICS, old PRIEST, KISS meets a SEX PISTOLS type album… We can get sensitive later. Hahahha. "I truelly [sic] want to say how sad I am over the club that burnt down. A lot of innocent people who were killed and the families of those involved have been impacted forever. This is really a case of humans trying to >>will<< something to go there [sic] way and people's lives have been forever changed because of this stupidity. I know not who's to blame, but I hope they are held responsible and punished to the utmost degree… Again, my heart goes out to all the families. What a horrable [sic] way to die."
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