Slash Records Angry Birds Theme

artist: Slash date: 03/11/2013 category: wtf?
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Slash Records Angry Birds Theme
Slash has re-recorded an official rock version of the "Angry Birds" theme tune. Keen-eared fans might have noticed his guitar stylings on a video we posted last week when we shared the newly designed Slashbird, an angry bird with Slash's trademark hat and frizzy hair. Now the guitarist explains how he got involved with Rovio who create Angry Birds, one of the most successful mobile video games in history, which you can see in the player below: "When Rovio approached me about actually playing my own take on the 'Angry Birds' theme, it went back and forth a few times between the actual 'Angry Birds' theme note-for-note ... and then they asked for something a little bit different," he said, adding that he worked on the tracks while on tour. "I did a few different versions. It was a lot of fun to do." It's not the first time "Angry Birds" have taken a leaf from the rock world. Last year, a Green Day-themed version of "Angry Birds" was announced, where each band member was also given their own avatar. Watch Slash talk about his love for "Angry Birds" here:
It's hard to imagine a rock legend like Slash developing a love for "Angry Birds" - but then, it's pretty addictive. What do you think of his on-going relationship with Rovio? Let us know in the comments.
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