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Vince Neil Has 'No Regrets' 

Vince Neil did an interview recently with Vegas Rocks Magazine. During the interview, he talks about his new strip club venture, having "no regrets" and being true friends with the rest of the guys in Motley Crue. Vince seems very calm in this interview - like he's truly comfortable with the reporter, his surroundings, and his life.

Reader Comments (7)

No regrets?,,I would STILL be regretting that I KILLED an innocent person and hurt two others caused by my stupid alcohol related desicions..LOSER!
March 26, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJimbo
ps..karma is a heavy metal BITCH..this clown can get DUI's and beat women,,and slide by..BUT..I wouldnt wanna be be Vince Deal (with the devil) come Judgement Day.
March 26, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJimbo
So true. He could have been a little more introspective without being specific. He could have quoted the Paul Sinatra hit, "My Way"... "Regrets, I've had a few." and leave it at that.

He's probably relaxed because he's so loaded (financially) from his and Crue's recent successes (Tours, Vegas Stint, Kia Superbowl spot, Strip Joint).

Whatever we wanna think about Strip Joints, at least we know his will at least have the right soundtrack (Whatever we wanna say about him, he's got great taste in music as evidenced by the mixes played before his and Crue's gigs, as well as the selection of covers on his last album).
March 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMetalboy!
Paul Sinatra? Proof it really is better to click preview. I started to say "Paul Anka" since he recorded it first.

Regrets. Yeah, I've had a few -- like the mistake I just made, among others, of course. But not as bad as the regrets Neil should always carry with him everyday.

Karma is a killer, however, and if you look at this guy's life thus far, though his indiscretions can never be fully forgiven, he's paid a heavy price, too, with the unfortunate and untimely death of his little daughter, Skylar, in 1995.

Though we've been over it so many times, it still must be said: Neil should have made sure he never got another DUI again after he killed Razzle from Hanoi Rocks (not only taking a life -- but forever derailing the trajectory of Rock'n'Roll), permanently injuring the passengers of the other vehicle.
March 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMetalboy!
oh, I think you need a different kind of truth. And, I believe that vince neil is dabbling in too much narccissiam (again). Hey vince! Listen up! just because it worked out, doesn't mean it was right.

As far as his strip joint is concerned, please remember that it is done by professionals under professional supervision.
March 27, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterfletch
How about not killing fucking tosser !!!!! far as #1 on your list of regrets !!!!
March 28, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMajor Tom
No matter what he says it will not be good enough for some, I would think he does have regrets but every time he goes into detail it would (I assume) open up old wounds.
Rehab would seem like the right place for Neil but then again most entertainers live in a different world all together.
I was a huge fan of MC growing up but I can say I would rather put on there old music and remember the good times than listen to anything since Dr. FG
March 29, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterlooksthatkill

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