Never A Dull Moment review by Tommy Lee

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  • Released: May 21, 2002
  • Sound: 6
  • Lyrics: 7
  • Overall Impression: 6
  • Reviewer's score: 6.3 Neat
  • Users' score: 9.4 (8 votes)
Tommy Lee: Never A Dull Moment
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Sound — 6
To start off, this album sounds nothing like a Motley Crue. That's good and that's bad. Tommy's amazingly unpredictable drumming is absent, and in its place is a turntable/guitar. It's not that bad. His rapping skills are horribe but on his rock-oriented songs he shines. I'm not saying that it's great, but it could be as bad as Methods of Mayhem.

Lyrics — 7
Tommy Lee has a unique voice. It does a great job in all the songs, even the rap ones. His lyrics are ok. He has some cliche's in there (On till' the break of dawn? Come on, Tommy) and some lame usage of profanity, but they still do ok, especially in the rock songs.

Overall Impression — 6
This album is in between his 3 records. It's not as good as Tommyland: The Ride, yet is amazing compared to Methods of Mayhem. One other noticable thing about this record is that he ahs 2 main types of songs, where as in T:TR, he obviously doesnt have 2 songs sound too similar. Hold Me Down and Ashamed stand out as singles, while Afterglow and Face To Face are fairly decent. Mr. Shit is a hilarious "song" and is definetly worth 99 cents off itunes. If your a fan of MOM, check this out immediatly, or if you liked T:TR this might be worth a burn from your friends. Either way, this is a mediocre attempt at a solo career from Tommy.

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