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Slash NR

For those who love a rock album this is the best thing out for some time. Strong songs written across a number of genres suited to the vocalist but all with a great sound without sounding like a disparate best of. It all fits. From Lemmy to Fergie, it all sounds fantastic with a typical Slash guitar swagger going on. Sounds brilliant first time round but continues to grow on you aswell. Great to hear the likes of Ian Astbury singing to a great tune. The heavier end retains strong melody and if your not into the harder vocalist, you might find you enjoy it here. Some one seems to cop it on the Ozzy tune to add interest. A couple of minor misses but depends on your tastes. One of those few albums where you hit play and just go, this sounds great and go straight for the volume! All in all, well above value for money.

A true watershed

After hearing so many instrumental albums by other artists that feature one track after another featuring the same licks Slash shows exactly what he exceptional ensemble player. He has also revealed a staggering songwriting ability and one he can bend to tailor exactly to the singer. There are no weak tracks on this album. Ozzy Osbourne sounds spectacular, as does Ian Astbury, and both of their songs could be lifted from Sabbath or Cult albums respectively as hit singles for those bands. But the real standout is Fergie. For a R&B/Hip-Hop singer her voice eminates all the best qualities we heard from Axl Rose and none of the screech. That is super evident in the version of Paradise City she does with Cypress Hill, who aren't bad either for that matter. The rest of the cast is all-star as would be expected on any Slash album. But the strength of this album is that guest singers aren't treated like a tambourine or sitar as an effect in the odd song. Instead the melodies and genres twist and slide around their voices like a python intertwining tree branches with Slash the metaphorical snake charmer strutting throughout. The guitar solos are befitting, subtle here, gregarious there, scorching in yet other places, but Slash's unmistakable tone never sounds out of place despite the song. THIS is how a solo album should be done. If anyone ever doubted it, and goodness knows we shouldn't, Slash has proven he is probably the most flexible and talented electric guitarist of his time and yet still kept his own sound. 5 stars it aint......10 stars more like. Buy and enjoy.


the sound is great slash is a genius with the guitar it destroys the new guns and roses great everyone that loves rock has to buy thus album


Born: 23 July 1965 in Stoke-on-Trent, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

As the lead guitarist for Guns N' Roses, Slash established himself as one of hard rock's finest and most soulful soloists during the late '80s, technically adept yet always firmly grounded in the gritty Aerosmith and Stones licks he loved. Slash was born Saul Hudson on July 23, 1965, in Stoke-on-Trent, England, to artistic parents both involved in the entertainment industry; his mother was a clothing designer who worked on David Bowie's film The Man Who Fell to Earth, and his father designed album...
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