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Old 04-13-2019, 11:48 AM
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Don't want to burst anyone's bubble here, and please believe me, I WANT Richie to make a great album, but working with Tommy Lee is a big mistake. Tommy Lee is still thinking and acting like he is still in the 80's. Richie needs to work with people who are serious and mature, sorry but there is nothing mature about Tommy Lee at all. Ok, that is my 2 cents here, if you want to chew me up, be my guest! 😉
Tommy Lee has some swing like most "old school" drummers. Wouldn't want anyone from Motley Crue to contribute anything lyrically. Richie has all the ingredients here: Time, Heartbreak, Freedom, a great producer, choice to pick his collabs etc. All onus is on him now to create something great from a musical standpoint. I really wish he gets some good singers as well for a couple of songs for some variety. I liked what Mark Morton [Lamb of God] did with his recently released solo album [picking his peers/influences to guest on every track].
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Don't want to burst anyone's bubble here, and please believe me, I WANT Richie to make a great album, but working with Tommy Lee is a big mistake. Tommy Lee is still thinking and acting like he is still in the 80's. Richie needs to work with people who are serious and mature, sorry but there is nothing mature about Tommy Lee at all. Ok, that is my 2 cents here, if you want to chew me up, be my guest! ��
Huh? He's a killer drummer. That's all that matters...

Also Tommy's solo album Never A Dull Moment was fantastic and far removed from the 80s...as was his Methods of Mayhem stuff...but as Cap said, it's not like he'd have any input in anything other than drum parts if it's a Richie album...
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Yeah it sounds like you're more worried being around Tommy is going to force Richie to relapse. No one is without sin and mistakes, I just want him working with talented people and he needs to rely on himself to not be influenced by anyone.
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