John Corabi recently participated on the ‘Road to Rock’ podcast, where he discussed the upcoming 30th anniversary of the ‘Mötley Crüe’ album from 1994. When asked if there would be a box set or something to commemorate the record, Corabi stated: “It won’t happen. It will never happen. We all know that Mötley Crüe is Vince [Neil], Nikki [Sixx], Mick [Mars], and Tommy [Lee] at the end of the day. But Mötley, whoever you are, I don’t know if it’s the management, if it’s Nikki, I don’t know what it is, but this isn’t breaking news.” John stated that his previous band had completely ignored the 1994 album in his opinion, explaining: “They’ve gone out of their way to brush that era under the rug.” As a result, they’re not going to celebrate. That will not happen. If you have a copy, enjoy it, because nothing else about that record will be released after that. “I seriously doubt it.”
Corabi has stated in an interview that he is appreciative for his time with the band and the opportunity the boys provided him. However, John stated that he is not expecting a celebration of the sole Mötley Crüe record on which he provided vocals. He stated: “I seriously doubt you know it will ever happen. Because it appears to be what it is. Mötley Crüe will always be Mötley Crüe. John Corabi is just John Corabi. I try not to get involved with anything Mötley-related. I am asked questions, I respond, and I go on. But, from where I stand, I don’t believe Mötley has gone out of their way to erase that aspect of their history, so it is what it is.” You may listen to ‘Mötley Crüe’ and watch John Corabi’s interview with the ‘Road to Rock’ podcast below.