The co-founder, the bassist, and the primary lyricist of Mötley Crüe, Nikki Sixx, has posted a couple of new tweets on his official Twitter page today and revealed his number one influencer band while writing songs, Cheap Trick.
Cheap Trick is a glam metal that was founded by Robin Zander, Tom Petersson, Bun E. Carlos, and Rick Nelsen back in 1973. The band has released 19 different studio albums during their 47 years of career, and their last ever album named ‘In Another World’ is going to be released on April 9, 2021.
‘Another Will’ meant to be released last year but the release date has been delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak. The album will feature thirteen never-listened-before tracks including the singles they’ve released earlier. Back in January, the band released the third single of the album named ‘Light Up The Fire’ and announced the tracklist as well as the official release date.
In his latest tweet on his verified Twitter account, Nikki Sixx claimed that Cheap Trick has never released a bad album during their whole career and they are the number one songwriting motivation of him.
Here is what Sixx wrote:
“As a long-time fan, I can say, Cheap Trick never released a bad album. Probably my number 1 songwriting influence…”
You can check out the tweet and listen to the ‘Light Up The Fire’ below.
As a long time fan I can say @cheaptrick never released a bad album. Probably my number 1 songwriting influence……
— 📷 (@NikkiSixx) March 11, 2021