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I gotta say the closing solo to November Rain is the best of the song, unbelievable display of soul and technical ability.
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look nigga, if you're chillin with 5 bros and 2 hos, you're gonna wanna pay attention to all of em equally. not moon over the hos forever and laugh at every shitty thing they say and just stare at them all night, like some of my mates do.
hello friends,Rocks was loose and frenzied, and I could relate to the emotional angst-filled vocals of "Last Child" and "Combination." It wasn't pristine and perfect, but it gelled together perfectly. It's an amazing record

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I'm a huge GN'R fan from way back and my love of Slash’s guitar work over the years inspired me to create a rock'n'roll fairy tale comic book called Guitar Phantasy. It’s out now from Moonrise Comics.

Check out the art and links below.

The quick pitch is: Boy meets guitar. Boy fights demons. It's Scott Pilgrim meets Lord of the Rings. On a broader level, it's about the power of music, but also about the untapped power inside all of us.

The book is available digitally as a PDF for 99-cents at ( or as a hard copy from Indy Planet ( for $3.50. At both sites, people can read a preview of the book.

You can find out more at the Moonrise Comics site:

Thanks! And if you think it's cool, please share it with others.
I like Slash too, he's the reason i play but what's the point of this thread?
"Music Without Emotion Is Like Food Without Flavour"
Paul Gilbert
Slash's solo album was great, but I hated the vocals and lyrics. If that album was instrumental, it could possibly be one of my favourites. But the vocals kind of ruins it for me. [Which is probably why Watch This is the only song from that album that I listen to regularly]
How do people think Myles Kennedy sonds good?!!?! He sounds like a cat being run over, all of the music on slash's solo albums is good BUT as soon as Myles starts singing I just want it to be over.
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