Having a plethora of hit numbers to choose from, Slash
singled out Guns N' Roses
classic "Sweet Child O' Mine
" as the most profitable song he ever wrote.
"It was always about albums rather than singles but I'd guess 'Sweet Child O' Mine' because it's the most covered,
" the guitarist explained to Metro
"There are some really good instrumental versions for the piano or violin but I've been horrified by some muzak versions. I've been sitting in a doctor's office thinking, 'That sounds familiar' and then realizing it's someone's interpretation of what I've written - that can be a creepy feeling,
" he said.
Naming GN'R's 1989 Dallas show at the Cowboys Stadium as his worst gig ever, dubbing it a "huge disaster in front of 65,000 people
," Slash focused on some of the misconceptions people have of him. Directly asked about the matter, the axeman replied:
"That I was limited to the image of me as a crazy loser junkie. People were a little intimidated by that. It was a narrow-minded idea of who I was but at the same time I gave that impression during interviews.
Slash is currently busy working on a new studio record, marking a follow-up of 2012's "Apocalyptic Love