Former Motley Crue guitarist Mick Mars recently shared “Right Side of Wrong,” the latest single from his upcoming solo album, The Other Side of Mars.
“Right Side of Wrong” marks the second song from the album following “Loyal to the Lie,” which was released on Halloween.
“‘Right Side of Wrong’ has kind of an odd solo in it,” Ultimate Classic Rock quoted Mars as saying. “Different than what I’ve heard anybody do. Maybe Jeff Beck could have [done something like this]. But I tried to not stray from it, but to go, ‘Here’s another level of me. Here’s this weird part – play a solo over it.’ It’s like a kaleidoscope kind of thing, where these notes come out of this, and it’s a different color than the rhythm is in this part. I don’t know how to really explain it, but that’s what came to me”.
The legendary guitarist added, “I’m really, really trying to be what I am, which is a little off. Maybe I am from Mars? I have no idea.”
A co-founder of Motley Crue, Mars bid farewell to touring with the band after their massive summer 2022 Stadium Tour and focused on establishing his own musical identity.
Mars revealed that he is already working on a follow-up to The Other Side of Mars.
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