What Is The Best Slash Album of All Time?

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Re: Slash - Discography
« on: March 29, 2012, 06:20:52 pm »
Slash (Self-Titled) 2010

Deluxe Edition Cover

Slash, his Self-Titled album is just so  f u c k i n g  good. There's really no other words to describe it. Awesome? Yes. Fantastic? Absolutely. Kick ass? You betcha. This is like the ultimate mix CD/Party album. I've been listening to this pretty regularly for awhile now. The entire album is full of guest singers and it's what I would call the closest thing to a Guns N' Roses reunion album we will get since 4 of the 5 former GN'R members are present here. Welcome back home Izzy Stradlin, Duff McKagan and Steven Adler. No, they don't all play together at the same time, but they each contribute to their respective songs. Only one missing of course is Axl Rose. Duh.

Izzy Stradlin can be found performing rhythm guitar on Ghost featuring Ian Astbury, which is a great opening track to this album. Duff McKagan along with Dave Grohl can be found on Watch This, a full-fledge instrumental for Slash to shred. Steven Adler can be found on the Deluxe Edition on the song for Baby Can't Drive, which also features Alice Cooper, Nicole Scherzinger and Flea. The song can also be found on the Vinyl version as well.

Normally I'm not a fan of these kinds of records. I prefer to have consistency throughout an album, i.e. same band and singer from song to song, top to bottom. But with this one I gladly make an exception. It's clear that Slash must have had a blast putting it together. The songs and the track order is about as close to perfection you can get. There isn't one wasted minute here. Stand out performances for me are Ian Astbury, Ozzy Osbourne, Fergie, Chris Cornell and Myles Kennedy.

Fave Songs: Every last one of 'em. MVP, hands down goes to Beautiful Dangerous featuring Fergie. So many guest vocals here, it deserves a full track list run down. If your too lazy to look at the back of the cover up above, then look down below here,  b i t c h e s.


1.   Ghost (feat. Ian Astbury)   
2.   Crucify the Dead (feat. Ozzy Osbourne)   
3.   Beautiful Dangerous (feat. Fergie)   
4.   Back from Cali (feat. Myles Kennedy)   
5.   Promise (feat. Chris Cornell)   
6.   By the Sword (feat. Andrew Stockdale)   
7.   Gotten (feat. Adam Levine)   
8.   Doctor Alibi (feat. Lemmy)   
9.   Watch This (feat. Dave Grohl & Duff McKagan)   
10.   I Hold On (feat. Kid Rock)   
11.   Nothing to Say (feat. M. Shadows)   
12.   Starlight (feat. Myles Kennedy)   
13.   Saint Is a Sinner Too (feat. Rocco DeLuca)   
14.   We're All Gonna Die (feat. Iggy Pop)

Deluxe Edition Tracklist

15.   Sahara (English version)" (feat. Koshi Inaba)   
16.   Paradise City (feat. Cypress Hill & Fergie)   
17.   Mother Maria (feat. Beth Hart)   
18.   Baby Can't Drive (feat. Alice Cooper & Nicole Scherzinger)   
19.   Sahara (feat. Koshi Inaba)   
20.   Beautiful Dangerous (Radio Mix) (feat. Fergie)   
21.   Demo #4
22.   Demo #16
23.   Back from Cali (Acoustic) (feat. Myles Kennedy)   
24.   Fall to Pieces (Acoustic) (feat. Myles Kennedy)   
25.   Sweet Child O' Mine (Acoustic) (feat. Myles Kennedy)   
26.   Watch This (Live) (feat. Myles Kennedy)   
27.   Nightrain (Live) (feat. Myles Kennedy)   
28.   (Bonus DVD) Making of the Album
29.   (Bonus DVD) Back From Cali feat. Myles Kennedy (Live)
30.   (Bonus DVD) By The Sword (Music Video)
31.   (Bonus DVD) Behind The Scenes of 'By The Sword
32.   (Bonus DVD) Starlight feat. Myles Kennedy (Live)
33.   (Bonus DVD) Mean Bone feat. Myles Kennedy (Live)
34.   (Bonus DVD) Track-By-Track Interview with Slash

Highly recommend this if your into Slash or Hard Rock in general.

I love both version of the Album cover. The regular edition one with the skull and bones with Top Hat fits Slash to a T. But I'm pretty fond of the Deluxe Edition cover that was drawn by caricaturist artist Ralph Steadman.

Slash and Fergie have already shot the video for Beautiful Dangerous but it has yet to be released. So for the time being you will have to watch the video below. The sound and picture quality is surprisingly good. Gawd she looks so hot in leather. Fergie ftw!!  She really should ditch the Black Eyed Peas. Her vocal chops are being wasted in that genre and that band if you ask me.

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