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World On Fire (feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)

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Though World on Fire is credited to Slash and then secondarily to featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators, in reality vocalist Kennedy is the album’s main draw. Certainly, Slash delivers numerous trademark guitar solos from his Gibson Les Paul. “Battleground,” in particular, features one of the album’s most dramatic guitar solos. But Slash doesn’t make “guitar albums" in the sense of Joe Satriani or Yngwie Malmsteen; he passes much of the music’s identity off to singer Kennedy and onto the actual songs presented here. At 17 tracks, World on Fire is less an album than an outburst. Seventy-seven minutes is longer than many classic double albums, so it’s wisest to focus on this album in pieces; some of the best moments are surprisingly tucked in near the end. Openers such as the title track and “Shadow Life” start things promisingly, but songs like “Battleground,” “Dirty Girl,” “Avalon,” and “The Dissident” provide the most memorable moments. World on Fire runs at top speed and full-on aggression mode from beginning to end. 

Customer Reviews

Amazing Guitarist + Amazing Vocalist

Slash is legendary, and Myles is on his way there. Mark my words, this will be a great album!

Amazing Album!! Slash never dissapoints

In my opinion, this is easily the best rock album to come out within the last 10 years. Slash, Myles and the rest of the band are all phenomenal. The riff for Too Far Gone alone is worth the 10 bucks for me

Our Favorite Hat n’ Glasses Guitarist is Back!

I would have never thought Slash would seek mainstream success after Guns n’ Roses but nevertheless he does with all that 80s hard rock has to offer. Partnering with Alter Bridge’s Myles Kennedy, Slash gives us signature riffs and unmistakable elements that are rightfully his. This opening track “World on Fire” has already got me pumped. So pumped that the frigin butterflies won’t STOP FLAPPING INSIDE ME! Ughhhh, waits kill me, but when this album comes out it will be yet another Slash masterpiece!


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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