MÖTLEY CRÜE drum Tommy Lee the officer has been released Nick Peterson-directed music video for “Caviar On A Paper Plate”, the latest single from his new solo album, “Andro”. The track features a guest look through Mickey Avalon.
“The video is ridiculous,” Tommy told Kare11.com. “Funny.”
The theme of “Andro” is the male and female side of music, equal in power and status. Androgyny is a combination of the essence of male and female gender and the album is a show of concept.
“This is a culmination of a bunch of different flavors that I like,”; Lee said Kare11.com. “There are some super heavy things here that people can usually think of from my background. There are also some EDM sounds that sound there … There are some funny things. I covered Prince song there. The call here ‘When You Are Mine’, which is conceivable.
“I separated all the female energy tracks and I separated all the male energy tracks, and that’s where the title came from, ‘Day’, which is [an] abbreviation for androgyny, “he added. There is something for everyone on the record. “
Lee had a mega-popularity Netflix movie (“Its dirty”), starred in and produced three network TV shows (“Tommy Lee Is Going To College”, “Rockstar: Supernova”, “Battleground Earth: Ludacris Vs Tommy Lee”), had New York Times bestseller (“Tommyland”) and appeared in scripted and interviewed TV shows – recently, a funny look as a professor on The ABC‘s “The Goldbergs”.
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