VINCE NEIL Hoping For New Solo Album In 2005

MÖTLEY CRÜE singer Vince Neil has told Launch Radio Networks that he's been working on songs for his third solo album, but that touring makes it hard to really spend time on the project: "I've been constantly on the road. I haven't had a break — we started in April, and I haven't stopped, so I've gotta have some time to get stuff together. But there's a lot of music floating around, and we just need to get everything together, and get out there and get it recorded."

Neil is performing one new song in his current shows. It's called "Promise Me", and he co-wrote it with Desmond Child (BON JOVI, AEROSMITH, RICKY MARTIN).

Neil's last solo studio album was 1995's "Carved In Stone". He also released a live album called "Live At The Whisky: One Night Only" in 2003.

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