MÖTLEY CRÜE: In Touring Mode
Launch Radio Networks is reporting that MÖTLEY CRÜE celebrates their upcoming reunion tour today with a 37-song, two-CD anthology called "Red, White, and Crüe". In addition to plenty of CRÜE classics and a handful of remixes, the set also features three new recordings, including current single "If I Die Tomorrow", "Sick Love Song", and a cover of the ROLLING STONES' "Street Fighting Man". But lead singer Vince Neil told Launch not to expect any more new music for now. "We're out of recording mode right now," he said. "Now it's time to focus on the live show, you know, the tour, and get that going, and then we'll see what happens. And, you know, if we decide to put out another record, then we'll start working on tunes."
MÖTLEY CRÜE's "Red, White, and Crüe 2005...Better Live Than Dead" tour kicks off on February 14 in Puerto Rico and hits the U.S. mainland on February 17 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
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