Interview by Adam Sweeting, Rock's Backpages Audio, June 2004
The hairy guitar wrangler talks about his drug issues, his overdose, and being straightened out by having a child; his early influences; playing guitar with Izzy Stradlin and Dave Kushner; Duff McKagan's reinvention; getting Velvet Revolver together; Scott Weiland's drug and legal issues; the (first) end of Guns N' Roses... and much more.
File format: mp3; file size: 71mb, interview length: 1h 13' 58" sound quality: ****
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Profile and Interview by Adam Sweeting, The Guardian, 9 July 2004
When three battered ex-junkies from Guns N'Roses got together to form Velvet Revolver, the cynics got ready for a flop. Guitarist Slash tells Adam Sweeting ...
Interview by Stevie Chick, Kerrang!, 6 November 2004
THE RIBALD ROCK'N'ROLL spirit of Guns'n'Roses and their ilk has long since evaporated into the smog. Once they owned Sunset, roaring up the strip in ...
Live Review by Simon Price, The Independent, 16 January 2005
Look carefully... this man used to be a punk poodle ...
Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, 2 July 2007
IT'S 20 YEARS since Guns N' Roses released Appetite For Destruction and put the sex and drugs back into rock n' roll. But don't expect ...
Profile and Interview by Dan Gennoe, Mail On Sunday, March 2008
IF THERE'S A definition of a rock star, Scott Weiland is it. The ever-present Aviator sunglasses; the hip-jutting swagger; the slow croak of an LA ...
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