Ex-Mötley Crüe guitarist Mick Mars is now streaming the third single “Undone” from his long-awaited debut album The Different Aspect Of Mars, due out on February 23 through his personal 1313 LLC label. The Different Aspect Of Mars options keyboardist Paul Taylor (Winger, ex-Alice Cooper), vocalist Jacob Bunton, drummer Ray Luzier (Korn), and bassist Chris Collier, in addition to vocalist Brion Gamboa on two songs.
The Different Aspect Of Mars was produced by Michael Wagener, who each engineered and combined Mötley Crüe‘s 1981 debut Too Quick For Love. “I had identified him for a very long time, and I really introduced him to Mötley,” stated Mars of Wagener. “He had such an understanding of the place I wished to go along with the fabric. And he by no means stated ‘Hey, do that,’ or tried to alter my thoughts or something like that. He was simply actually adamant about recording what I wished to document, and ensuring we recorded it proper.”
So far as Mars‘ authorized points go, issues have just lately rotated. Los Angeles Superior Courtroom Decide James C. Chalfant just lately dominated that Mars‘ former bandmates in Mötley Crüeu njustly “refused” handy over their enterprise stories to Mars throughout a listening to on Tuesday, January 16. Chalfant states that Mötley Crüe should not have taken eight months handy over the paperwork, and that the band is now entitled to pay for Mars‘ authorized payments. Check out the full story here.
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