Former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer TOMMY LEE will have two leftover tracks from the recording sessions for his latest CD, Never A Dull Moment, used as the background music in a couple of upcoming movies, including a documentary starring actress Daryl Hannah in her undercover role as a stripper.
"[Daryl Hannah] did this documentary on strippers where she went underground for a month and danced in wigs and actually lived the life of a stripper for 30 days," Lee said. "I gave her the song called 'Orgasm Nation', very that kind of stripper-dance-music sh-t that I love to make too. That one will surface in her movie."
The documentary, entitled Strip Notes, hasn't been bought yet in the United States (Hannah is reportedly fielding offers from HBO and Showtime), but is reportedly due to be shown in the UK via Channel 4.
According to Lee, another of his previously-unreleased tracks will be used in the forthcoming Pauly Shore movie You'll Never Wiez In This Town Again, in which the comedian fakes his own death. Lee also makes a cameo appearance in the movie.
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