TOMMY LEE Selects 'Hello Again' As Next Solo Single

MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee has selected the song "Hello Again" as the next single from his "Tommyland: The Ride" solo album. A video for the track, which features a guest appearance by Andrew McMahon of SOMETHING CORPORATE, will be shot in the near future.

Tommy's first solo album since 2002's "Never A Dull Moment", "Tommyland: The Ride" features additional guest appearances by NICKELBACK's Chad Kroeger, GOOD CHARLOTTE's Joel and Benji Madden, SUM 41's Deryck Whibley, BACKSTREET BOYS' Nick Carter, Dave Navarro of JANE'S ADDICTION and FUEL's Carl Bell.

Lee told Launch that he worked hard this time to make sure "Tommyland" was a solid album from front to back. "There's no fillers and there's 10, I think, absolutely amazing songs that I could hear on the radio at any second," he said. "I'm really confident, and I might sound a little cocky about it, but it's that good."

Counting 1999's "Methods of Mayhem", "Tommyland" is Lee's third release outside of MÖTLEY CRÜE.


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