Before I begin let me state that I’m hardly one of your teenage rap-core junkies. Far from it, I’m an old Motley Crue fan from WAY back. I recently bought The Dirt, the Motley Crue biography where I heard abotu Methods of Mayhem. (The Dirt is an awesome book, by the way, I highly recommend that one too.) So I decided to check the CD out and see what Tommy Lee had been up to since leaving the Crue.To quote some of the younger generation, yo dis iz DOPE! This is by far one of the coolest CD’s I’ve heard in years. Rather than talentless scream-rock like Linkin Park or “I wish I was black but I’m VERY white” rapping by Limp Bizkit, this CD artfully blends rap, rock, industrial, metal, and pretty much every other contemporary format you can think of. From the opening power riff of “Who the Hell Cares” to the party-till-ya-puke attitude of “Get Naked” to the acoustic guitar of “New Skin” this album just DELIVERS. I’ve been playing this non-stop since I got it. This is one of the most original music projects from an old 80’s metal guy since Rob Halford’s “Two” hit the scene.All in all you can’t go wrong with this CD. Even if you’re an old fart in his 30’s like me, if you still like to rock then this is for you.