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For Slash, the 35-year-old guitarist who has no need for a last name or an
introduction, the band Snakepit (originally known, for marketing purposes, as
Slash. The year, 1996. The album, Seasick , possibly one of the best debut
albums of the year, if not this decade. The band, Imperial Teen. Fast forward
On the remakes of Yardbirds hits, when assisted by the likes of Jeff Beck, Steve
Vai or Slash, these guys sound like a rather good Yardbirds tribute band, which ...
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
For quite a while it was heard in the grapevine that Axl was toying with the idea of
making a goulash of metal, techno, industrial, and pop, and that Slash, the now ...
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 ...
The band is spending part of September opening for Slash. All of this ... It was an
instant add, you had television placements and now the tour with Slash.
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
But my favorite parts on this album are the ones where Slash opens the gates of
shredville for his signature style of flashy and fiery guitar leads. The combination
"Lost At Sea" features a "bad ass guitar solo" by Slash, and "La Di Dah" was co-
written by Linda Perry and sounds like an outtake from Concrete Blonde's ...