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Slash:

Slash's Snakepit - It's Five O'clock Somewhere

Slash & Friends 

Izzy Stradlin:

Miami

Fire, the Acoustic Album

Tracii Guns:

L. A. Guns - Collectors Edition No. 1 (w/ Ole Beich and Rob Gardner)

L. A. Guns - Hollywood Vampires 

L. A. Guns - The Missing Peace 

L. A. Guns - Made in Milan

Brides of Destruction - Here Comes the Brides

Robin Finck:

Nine Inch Nails - And All That Could Have Been

Buckethead:

Colma

Electric Tears 

Telescape

Pearson's Square 

Roller Coaster Track Repair 

Claymation Courtyard 

Forest of Bamboo

Final Bend of the Labyrinth 

Echo 

Room of Illusions

Adrift in Sleepwakefulnis

Far 

Richard Fortus:

The Dead Daisies - Revolucion (w/ Dizzy Reed) 

Bumblefoot:

Normal

Abnormal 

Barefoot, the Acoustic EP

DJ Ashba:

SIXX:AM - The Heroin Diaries 

SIXX:AM  - This Is Gonna Hurt

Duff McKagan:

Loaded - Sick

Tommy Stinson:

The Replacements - Tim

The Replacements - Pleased to Meet Me

Bash & Pop - Friday Night is Killing Me

Village Gorilla Head

Chris Pitman:

Replicants - Replicants

Lusk - Free Mars 

SexTapes - SexTapes 

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Robin is in quite an unfair competition here - NIN works in an odd way and most members are/were only live ones. so it's really hard to even try making a fair judgement.

btw, what was the album where Robin went uncredited on keyboards? was it Antichrist Superstar or Portrait of an American Family? I completely forgot that bit of lore...

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3 minutes ago, zombux said:

Robin is in quite an unfair competition here - NIN works in an odd way and most members are/were only live ones. so it's really hard to even try making a fair judgement.

I'm aware of the situation, but I have included this album because he delivered a great live performance. 

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4 minutes ago, Sosso said:

I'm aware of the situation, but I have included this album because he delivered a great live performance. 

indeed, I really, really love AATCHB! just wanted to point out some disprepancy in there :) 

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Izzys first one and every Replacements album.  Heard Slashes Snakepit, the first one, a long time ago.  It was alright.

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I can't pick from everything purely because I don't have them all, but from what I have heard:

Slash's Snakepit - It's Five O' Clock Somewhere and Ain't Life Grand

Loaded - Dark Days and 1999

Velvet Revolver - Contraband and Libertad

Gilby Clarke - Blooze

Izzy Stradlin' - Like a Dog

Adler's Appetite - EP (it contains 6 tracks and is from one of the earlier lineups)

Tommy Stinson - Village Gorilla Head

Buckethead - Colma, The Cuckoo Clocks of Hell - Also some tracks that I got as singles [Jordan and Rising Sun (plus free from his site Nottingham Lace and The Landing Beacon)]

Bumblefoot - Little Brother Is Watching

As someone above included L.A. Guns, would have to say everything I have heard by them is great as they are one of my favourite bands anyway - also on a side note, I saw L.A. Guns live in September and I would highly recommend doing so to anyone who hasn't seem them live - their new album The Missing Peace, is awesome!

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"Like A Dog" is easily the best Izzy album, IMO.

Slash's S/T 2010 album is my favourite of his.

None of Duff's album are all that good, though they each have a handful of good songs. Contraband is probably my favourite non-GNR album he's been a part of.

Bumblefoot - Abnormal is my favourite.

Buckethead - Too many to list really, but Captain EO's Voyage, Shadows Between The Sky, Population Override, Hold Me Forever, Colma, 3' Clearance, and Crime Slunk Scene are always among my favourites.

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I saw on Bumblefoot's website that if you sign up for his newsletter, you get a previously unreleased version of his track titled 'Misery'. Made me wonder if this song was inspired by his time in GNR.

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Slash- Self titled and Apocalyptic Love, both Snakepit records

Duff- Believe in Me

Izzy- 117° 

Buckethead- Enter the Chicken

Don't really care that much about the other ones 

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Best solo albums..

Duff: Beautiful Disease

Izzy: Like a Dog

Slash: World on Fire

Gilby: Pawn Shop Guitars

Axl: Chinese Democracy :D

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1 hour ago, Sosso said:

Brides of Destruction - Here Comes the Brides

I always forget about this album, but I used to listen to it all the time.

 

Also, I know you're a big Buckethead fan, did you know Bucketheadland 2 is out on vinyl? I ordered my copy today :D (and posted the link/details in the Vinyl & Turntable thread).

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17 minutes ago, Gordon Comstock said:

I always forget about this album, but I used to listen to it all the time.

 

Also, I know you're a big Buckethead fan, did you know Bucketheadland 2 is out on vinyl? I ordered my copy today :D (and posted the link/details in the Vinyl & Turntable thread).

Yeah, I saw your post in the Buckethead Thread :) I don't know if I would like to buy this specific album on vinyl, though. It's basically a collection of intros, isn't it? 

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1 hour ago, Sosso said:

Yeah, I saw your post in the Buckethead Thread :) I don't know if I would like to buy this specific album on vinyl, though. It's basically a collection of intros, isn't it? 

Yea it's definitely one of his 'weirdest' albums, but it's interesting as a concept album. I can definitely see why people don't like it.

edit: also, that was Gackt that posted it in the Buckethead thread, I hadn't seen that before now, my bad.

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Izzy and the JuJu Hounds
Izzy 117 Degrees
Gilby Pawnshop Guitars
Duff Believe In Me
VR Contraband
VR Libertad
Slash and Friends
Slash WOF
Slash It's 5 O'clock Somewhere

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i really like Slash & Friends Album.. it has really good tracks, It is very varied from Ozzy to Lemmy, Duff, Steven, Izzy as guests.. Dave Grohl. Iggy Pop, Kid Rock.. Even Fergie. i like her. .. And i love the Made in Stoke record.

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It is probably the one album that is Guns affiliated that I listen to the most today, the Slash and friends one. More than Guns themselves to be honest. It is a fun album with a tremendous amount of variety. 

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Slash's Snakepit - Ain't Life Grand
Velvet Revolver - Contraband
Slash - Slash
Izzy Stradlin - 117
Duff McKagan - Believe In Me
Gilby Clarke - Pawnshop Guitars
Buckethead - Colma, Electric Tears, Monsters And Robots, Enter The Chicken
Tommy Stinson - Village Gorilla Head

Never cared much about the rest. Bumblefoot and Ashba bore me. Fortus hasn't really done anything meaningful. I couldn't give a shit about Dizzy.

I think the most undertated album is Ain't Life Grand. Majority seems to prefer It's Five O'Clock Somewhere but to me ALG is vastly superior. 
 

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17 minutes ago, Get In the Ring Motherfker said:

That’s literally what I was going to post

ooops I just edited it and added IFOS

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For solo careers, Izzy and Slash is pretty much all I listen too. Izzy has had the best output of solo material of any GNR member in my opinion. Slash is a close second. My 3 favorite Izzy albums are 117 Degrees, Like A Dog, and Smoke. For Slash my 3 favorites are It’s Five o Clock Somehwere, Apocalyptic Love, and World on Fire. 

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Velvet Revolver - Contraband

Slash - World On Fire

Slash - Apocalyptic Love 

Slash - Living The Dream

I'm not a fan of the other guys' efforts.

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Too many for me to rank them all like you did in OP (I'm just lazy)

I like all of the album with GnR lineage but my absolute favorites are:

Slash's Snakepit - It's Five O'clock Somewhere  (The music on 2/3 of this album sounds like pre-breakup GnR, minus Axl.)

Izzy Stradlin and the JuJu Hounds  ( I love all of Izzy's work and some of my favorite all time songs are on this album.)

Neurotic Outsiders  ( Nobody ever really mentions this album, so I guess it isn't all that great, but I fucking loved it)

Liked literally everything they have done post the original run, minus the 2nd and 3rd ones Slash did with Myles.  Their debut was great.

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