Tommy Lee On Nick Carter Collaboration caught up with Tommy Lee for a Q&A and asked the Motley Crue drummer how long he debated having star on his new album ‘Tommyland: The Ride’. “I knew that was coming,” Lee laughed. “Nick wanted me to write for him on his solo record. He wanted something edgier, and I was like, ‘Hmm, I don’t know’. But I took a meeting with him, and much to my surprise he was a huge rock fan. I popped out his CD player in his car and it was filled with Physical Graffiti and AC/DC and Sabbath. It kinda blew my mind. We did these two killer tracks together, so I said, ‘Can I use one of those?’ Let me tell you something: That motherfu**er came into the studio and out-partied people like Slash. [Nick’s] a fu**ing maniac. And that’s coming from me. I mean, I’m serious.”

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4 thoughts on “Tommy Lee On Nick Carter Collaboration

  1. estephania says:

    His new reality show is pretty funny. I’m a huge fan of old school Motley Crue, saw them perform in Vancouver about a month ago, awesome old school rock show! Tommy put on a good show of his own with playing all kinds of different drums, it was great!

  2. Shanice says:

    Oh please we all know the real reason Tommy “worked” with Nick. It was because Nick has bigger tits than Pamela! haha

  3. Smile says:

    That’s cool. I like the song Tommy did with Nick on his album. I’d like to hear the other song they did. If/when Nick does another solo album, I hope he puts that song on it.

  4. galleta says:

    Why are people so confused that Tommy and Nick would hang out. It’s only the fans that label and categorize, artist themselves don’t do that. I bet people would be shocked to know that Tommy even attended a BSB concert…ohhhhhh nooooooooooooo……lol Just because Nick sings in a vocal group and not a rock group doesn’t mean he doesn’t rock.

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