MÖTLEY CRÜE's TOMMY LEE Launches WTF? Project

MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee and DJ Aero (real name: Chester Deitz, a turntablist who regularly backs Lee during his DJing appearances around the world) have released the first music from their WTF? eletronica project. Check out the songs "Redic", "Chicken", "CEABA55555" and "You Can't Afford This" at this location.

Toronto-based friend and dance phenom Deadmau5 stayed at Lee's L.A.-area home recently so he could pitch in with the music making, according to the Los Angeles CityBeat.

As previously reported, Tommy Lee has contributed some electronic drum beats to the production work of breakbeat star Adam Freeland.

"I must say, I'm over rock music," Lee told the Los Angeles CityBeat earlier in the month. "I just like everything. I love beats — I live for them."

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