TOMMY LEE On Upcoming Autobiography: 'It Will Be A Mindblower!'

Former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee has promised that his upcoming autobiography, "Ragz to Riches", will contain many details not included in the CRÜE's best-selling band autobiography, "The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band".

" 'The Dirt' was only a look into four guys' lives," Lee wrote in a posting on "This is a microscope into only mine. This will be a mindblower! People really don't know all!"

Although Lee has every intention of continuing with his music career, he is currently embarking on several non-music-related ventures which he hopes will take maximum advantage of his creativity.

"I'm in a really cool place right now where I'm kinda switching gears," he said. "I'm doing some acting, writing a book, and starting a ladies lingerie line. Doing a lot of other creative things as well as my music... Ya know, keeping things fresh!"

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Tommy has already started the songwriting process for his next solo album, which he hopes to release before the end of the year through an as-yet-undetermined label (following his split with MCA Records last year). However, according to Lee, "it's a little premature to tell" what the upcoming CD will sound like. "I'm just letting it flow... and it will kick ass!!"

Lee has yet to secure a publishing deal for his upcoming autobiography, which is expected to surface in 2004. A movie version of "The Dirt" is due around the same time.


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