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Posted Oct 24, 2013 01:53 PM
Former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash recently touched on an everlasting subject of classic GN'R reunion, but without ruling out such a possibility.
"It's not something that any of us have reached out to each other and said that we wanted to do thus far," he said during a recent "Larry King Now" appearance. "So, rather than be a pessimist and say, 'No, it'll never happen,' it's not like I'm harboring a lot of resentment. But it's just not something that we're all thinking about doing."
The axeman concluded, "So if it happens one day, it happens. If it doesn't, I don't think anybody's, you know, losing any sleep over it."
During the rest of the chat, Slash called his GN'R departure the smartest decision he's ever made, showing no regret for leaving the band. "It happened the way that it happened and I think that was probably the smartest thing, big decision that I ever made," he commented.
Finally, when asked on whether rock 'n' roll is dying, the axeman briefly responded: "Rock 'n' roll never dies, it's more of an attitude, to me."
So Slash is seemingly more open to the reunion idea now. Do you think there's a chance to carry it through? Let us know in the comments.