Former Motley Crue Singer Bewildered By Nikki Sixx Attack

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(TeamRock Radio) Former Motley Crue singer John Corabi believes Nikki Sixx thinks he's "the biggest piece of sh*t to roam the Earth" - but he has no idea why. He's even spoken to Vince Neil, the man he replaced, about the bassist's recent attack on the 1994 self-titled album he, Mick Mars and Tommy Lee made together.

In April, Sixx described their one record with Corabi as "very unfocused" and "painful," describing the vocalist as lacking "fire." Asked about the comments, Corabi - who'd previously said he didn't care - tells Sleaze Roxx: "For the life of me, I have no idea.

"I was hanging out with Vince. We did a festival together and we were talking. I was like, 'Vince, what the f*** is up Nikki's ass right now? 22 years later he decides it's a very unfocused record, there's no choruses, John Corabi couldn't write and he had to do everything? Where does that come from, Vince?' He laughed - I think he wanted to say something, but he came back with, 'Dude, you know Nikki. Whatever. F*** it!'"

He continues: "Let me be clear. I love that record. I'm very proud of that record. I'm good with Tommy. I'm good with Mick and I'm good with Vince. I have no idea why Nikki feels that I'm the biggest piece of sh*t to roam the Earth." Read more here.

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