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Slash records new song

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Recorded a song for Nothing To Fear over the weekend. Myles did a fantastic vocal. Haunting/creepy as hell. Movie's out next year. iiii]; )' - Slash

Cool!

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If Slash is going to hook up with someone permanently, I wish it was someone other than Myles. It's not his voice so much as his generic lyrics, there's gotta be a million more talented people for him to write/record with.

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Awesome!

Can't wait to hear it!

Slash and Myles work quite well together, it's gonna be good!

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I'm so excited for this; can't wait to hear it!

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It's so cool that Slash records and releases music.

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There he goes again: releasing new music to subtly undermine Axl's India Tour.

In all seriousness: Tight! Can't wait to hear it.

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it's a song for "Nothing To Fear" soundtrack. Not sure about rock n' roll stuff. :tongue2:

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It's so cool that Slash records and releases music.

Probably why Axl hates him so much. Slash clearly doesn't get what it means to be a "serious" musician like Axl.

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"Haunting/creepy as hell". I'm looking forward to this!

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"Haunting/creepy as hell". I'm looking forward to this!

Yes, I'm excited now! We'll be getting a basic hard rock song with a generic riff, uninspired solo and whiny vocals from Mr. Myles "dying cat" Kennedy! CANT WAIT...PLEASE WAKE ME UP WHEN THIS GETS RELEASED.

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It won't be no Stephanie Seymour ballad that's for sure...

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