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Apocalyptic Love (Deluxe Edition) [feat. Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators]


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Slash has made no secret of his preference to play with bands rather than as a solo artist with a revolving door of session musicians. For his second solo album he's brought together Alter Bridge singer Myles Kennedy, bassist Todd Kerns, and drummer Brent Fitz to help him crank out his iconic hard rock guitar riffs as part of a group. The album is exactly what Slash fans would hope for: a mix of tunes that kick in near the sweet spot of Rocks-era Aerosmith, Appetite for Destruction-era Guns N' Roses, and classic mid-'70s hard rock in general. "Standing in the Sun," "You're a Lie," the title track, and "Bad Rain" spotlight Kennedy's hard rock instincts and Slash's Gibson Les Paul–through–the–Marshall–stacks approach to everything. To a man with a Les Paul in hand, every song needs a power chord. The album's deluxe version is preferable, adding two bonus tracks (the funky "Carolina" and "Crazy Life") to complete Slash's vision of the perfect hard rock band. 

Customer Reviews

Most likely to be rock album of the year

First off, this isn't Guns N' Roses. If you're a fanboy looking for songs to play while looking at yourself in the mirror at the gym, or if you expect Myles Kennedy to do his best Axl Rose impression for the duration of the album, look elsewhere. This album is something special - this album is rock at it's supposed to be. Hard, brash and loud, "Apocalyptic Love" delivers on oh so many levels, after twenty listens I still find new things each time. Casual listeners will find straightforward rock to blast on the drive to work. Purists will spend months listening for the smallest of nuances finding what makes this album great, and kids learning the guitar will have weeks worth of riffs to learn. Kennedy belts out songs in a style that few have attempted but failed to achieve, while Slash's playing flys up and down his fretboard in such strong, melodic fashion, one wonders how he could top this.

In short: buy it. Or go see them on tour. Either way, you won't be disappointed.

Slash Rules!!!

Yep Slash rules! I can't put my Les Paul down! "Standing In The Sun" rocks! "Shots Fired" is a wicked tune! And Myles Kennedy is the best singer in rock music today! it's great to see Todd Kerns rocking on the Bass!


Just buy it already...


Born: July 23, 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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