MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx has posted the following message on his MySpace blog:"I remember all my firsts in my life. Last night was another. Argentina stole our hearts. The people, their spirit and the beauty of Buenos Aires all came to a head last night as we hit the stage. We've never been here, a first and then it happened. The sky opened up and I swear to God, He was smiling on us. I've never seen it rain like that. The rain came and came and came, on the band, on the crowd, on the equipment, harder and harder. The crowd all chanting and jumping in time to the music and the band pushing harder and harder with the rain. "Thank you, Argentina. They say the first cut is the deepest, if so, you hit the bone... we love you. "Now, another first... Singapore. We can't wait. After the success of Mexico and Argentina we're sitting on pins and needles to hit the stage. We're hearing the fans have been waiting so long for MÖTLEY that it's gonna be insane. We can't wait. I've been hearing from fans from Indonesia, Thailand, Phillipines and all around Malaysia and how they're all travelling to the Singapore show... Here we go, another first. "Thank you for letting us be ourselves..."
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