MICK MARS Left MÖTLEY CRÜE Due to “Irreconcilable Differences” Because Every Show Was Pre-Recorded

MICK MARS Left MÖTLEY CRÜE Due to “Irreconcilable Differences” Because Every Show Was Pre-Recorded

Mick Mars was replaced in MÖTLEY CRÜE by John 5, for what was claimed by Nikki Sixx and Crue management to be due to Mick’s worsening health issues, but the true story was being covered up.

Ex-Crue singer John Corabi claimed all along that “Mick was shown the door.”

TMD has learned that the truth all along as TMD site originally reported last year is that Mick left the band due to “irreconcilable differences”. The breakup was covered up, due to Sixx not wanting to be embarrassed by the real reason Mars was leaving the band, due to the Crue’s shady practice of using backing tracks at all their concerts. It’s said that Sixx used video he found online of Mars saying the “N word” as way to keep Mars from letting the truth get out to the public, so this way Sixx could use a bogus “Mars health problems” story to cover his ass.

When asked about his thoughts on Mars’ departure from CRÜE, legendary drummer Carmine Appice said: “Well, I tell you what I’ve been talking to Mick, and he told me, ‘When I was on the Stadium Tour, I was not happy.’ Basically, everything was on tape; it was all planned out and ultimately a lot of crap. And Mick is a pretty good player, and so, to now let him loose and play the way he wants, that was never going to work for him. The truth is that everything has been weird for a while with MÖTLEY CRÜE, and Mick didn’t like that everything was on tape. Mick told me that people that came to see it could tell that it was all pre-recorded and that everything was on tape.

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“When you play in a stadium like that, you can hear a lot of things come to the monitors or what doesn’t. And with Vince‘s vocals, bass, drums, guitars, and all the other stuff, it was obvious that it was all on tape. And Mick was pissed off and said, ‘I can play these things. I want to play them. I don’t want to make believe I’m playing them.’ So, I think that’s one of the reasons why he said, ‘I’m done.’ Sure, the disease that he has doesn’t help, and it doesn’t make life easy on tour, but Mick can play all the licks…”

“He had his own means of travel and would travel alone on a bus while the other guys flew everywhere,” Appice continued. “He said, ‘Man, these guys are pissing their money away, flying to every gig.’ They were all busy still trying to be rock stars, and Mick just wanted to play the music. Mick wasn’t interested in wasting time and money flying everywhere, so he traveled by bus.

“Their lifestyles are different than his, and so there were a lot of disagreements. I think he was just done. They were supposed to have done their last tour, and then they came back. Then they did the Stadium Tour, and that was apparently supposed to be the last. So, when they came back again, he said, ‘You can do it. I’m not going out with you for this.’