NIKKI SIXX Says MÖTLEY CRÜE Reunion Tour Won't Be About The Money

MÖTLEY CRÜE/BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION bassist Nikki Sixx has posted the following message to the "Rock'n'Roll Diary" section of CRÜE's official web site:

"Hey guys.. Wanted to update you on some CRÜE news. We have a new labal (Universal Music) and they do a 'Millennium Series' of bands they work the catalog of, so we will be added to the series.

"Universal Europe wants to do a definitive 3-CD 1 DVD package for Europe only… The title is ... 'Loud As F#@K'.

"Our DVD greatest hits (greatest video hits) will be out November 11 of this year… Finally… It will have every video we ever did....

"Our box set is called 'Music To Crash Your Car To'… I'm hoping for it to be out this year but most likely first quarter of 2004... We've scrapped pretty hard with the re-releases so this is really a collector package and you won't find any new music, but if you don't have all the music and extras for some reason it's a nice way to get the whole career in one shot... Box sets don't always sell a lot but I think it's a cool thing to have.

"The writer is 80% done with the first draft of 'The Dirt' movie… I know he's been spending time with Tommy. Paramount is ready to green light the $ as soon as they approve the script...

"I speak to Tommy, Mick and Vince quite often, but I know Vince has some resentments that need to be ironed out. But if everybody wants to do a CRÜE tour I'm there… At this point for me a MÖTLEY CRÜE tour is not about the money. I'd really like to go out and give one last kick ass tour where everybody including the band walk away with a smile on there face.

"In the end, I'm powerless."

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