John Corabi Talks Motley Crue's Mick Mars Solo Album

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(Classic Rock) John Corabi says he and former Motley Crue bandmate Mick Mars are still trying to find time to work together on the guitarist's debut solo album. Corabi - who was on vocals for Motley Crue's self-titled 1994 album - joined Mars in the studio earlier this year, with snippets for two tracks being shared later.

But the vocalist admits he's currently unable to devote as much time to the collaboration as he'd like because he's so busy with The Dead Daisies. He previously suggested someone close to Motley Crue was being "a little bit pissy" about his work with Mars.

Now Corabi tells UCR: "We're just honestly really trying to figure out what the deal is as far as the schedule. Because I don't want to hold Mick up and I also don't want to, without being cocky, I don't want to do it for the money. It's not about money.

"I want to be able to sit in a room with Mick. It's his first solo record that he's ever done outside of Motley Crue. So I want to be able to, when I sit in a room with him, I want to be able to sit there and it's going to take a little bit, I'm going to have to sit there for a little time and we're going to have to put material together.

"I want to be able to give him 100%. Right now, between his schedule and my schedule, I'm struggling to find chunks of time where I can go in and do it." Read more here.

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