“The Dirt” is loved by all, fans and critics alike.
Recently Michael Monroe was asked about his opinion on the band’s new biopic.
When asked by “The Classic Metal Show”, Michael responded:
“I haven’t seen the movie. I’m not interested at all. I haven’t read the book [that the movie is based on]. In general, I’ve never been interested in that band, musically or in any way. It’s really not my thing. I haven’t seen the movie and I have no intention of seeing it. I’m not interested.”
On the band ignoring the accidnet scene in the biopic, he said:
“It certainly destroyed a lot of people’s lives. I’ve never blamed anybody — you can’t blame anybody for an accident — but a lot of people’s lives were shattered.”
“As well as the two teenagers who got paralyzed in the accident; I’ve heard that there was no mention of them either [in the film].
“It’s a depressing subject and it’s always like opening a can of worms.”
“And I just don’t wanna get into all that. It’s just useless.
“But, yeah, my comment is no comment, really. [Laughs]”
Vince Neil caused the tragic car accident in 1984 that killed 2 teenagers and HANOI ROCKS drummer Nicholas “Razzle” Dingley. Neil smashed his car into another vehicle in Redondo Beach, California, killing Razzle and seriously injuring two other occupants.
Legendary rockers Mötley Crüe have entertained us with some of the classic glam rock songs in the last few decades. Having sold 100 million albums worldwide has made them one of the best-selling bands of all time. Fans love the Crue boys and without any doubt, 1989’s Dr. Feelgood is Mötley Crüe’s most popular album which reached number one. Motley Crue boys have also achieved seven platinum or multi-platinum certifications, six Top 20 pop singles, twenty-two Top 40 mainstream rock hits, and nine Top 10 albums on the Billboard 200 chart. Vince Neil is one of the most loved frontmen in the history of rock music.