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Guitar-god Slash has officially left his Guns N' Roses days behind, concentrating
full time on his one-time side project, the Snakepit. Gail Worley speaks with ...
i>Slash [Deluxe Edition]</i> (EMI). Review by <b>Joe Frietze</b>.
I met Slash just that one day. And we went to some clubs. We exchanged stories,
but nothing about the snakes. I totally forgot to ask him about that. When Slash ...
Well, Slash and I are friends and we had talked. We'd considered doing this
project together, but he had a different vision for what he wanted to do. He really
The Blasters surprised a few people who listened to their "roots rock with a slice
of New Orleans" sound on the Slash record label. Although the band were at ...
Slash And Burn: The Best of BoDeans (London / Slash / Rhino). Review by
The twenty tracks here highlight the range the band possessed, from the spiky
slash of "Marnie" to the Tin Pan Alley-sounding "D.R.I.N.K.". The jazzier moments
As for the all-important lead guitar role, it takes two people to fill Slash's shoes,
but Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal and DJ Ashba do it well -- though Ashba could stand ...
You can't deny that Slash still plays the pants off his contemporaries (if he even
has any contemporaries). If Scott Weiland can stay off the junk, maybe they'll stay
He is eager to share his discovery with anyone who will listen. Reading Freeman
is a little like reading Lester Bangs' slash and burn ravings about rock and roll.