“I can tell the audience that they will have seen something that will never happen again.”
Hold on to your butts
Corabi was lead singer of Mötley Crüe between 1993 and 1996.
“No one had put a roller coaster on stage before me. NO ONE.”
“He knocked me unconscious.”
“The most metal sh*t I’ve heard in years”
“I wish the press had more credibility and wouldn’t shit on fans’ feelings.”
Home sweet home.
“He isn’t my choice. But, you know, the thing about democracy is that the people get to go out there and make a decision.”
That’ll leave a bitter taste
Gene Simmons, the hero no one wants.
Chokin’ in the boys room.
“I can’t believe this shit is happening on the fucking last night.”
They’re going out with a bang this NYE.
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