Review: Tattoos and Tequila

By STUART ALLEN  |  September 22, 2010

Yet Tattoos & Tequila doesn't make Vince look monstrous. As he'll admit himself, he's not deep. I can cope with the tantrums, the violence, the lack of self-awareness, the dumb behavior. (He and his instructor "ran out of beer" during a flight, so Neil landed a helicopter in Sixx's garden.) But the assholish vim of The Dirt is gone. Neil likes betting on sports nowadays, reckons the guitar-shaped furniture in his bar is super-cool, and has a lucky shirt with a pizza stain.

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