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I found reading this book to be really captivating, I couldn't put it down as soon as it came through the post. Slash is really honest about his whole life to date, from his childhood, the highs and lows of being in G N'R, the Snakepit and Velvet Revolver and of course the sex, drugs and alcohol. He doesn't mince his words one bit about the whole sex, drugs and rock n' roll excess he's experienced which was in my opinion the most interesting part to read about. Also his relationship with Axl Rose is also interesting, from how they were close in the early days to the point where they were only communicating through their management in their final days. Overall the book is really interesting to read, I knew slash was a hellraiser but once you read this it really does shock you.
Strength In Numbers (Deluxe Edition Digipack)
The Music - CD
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Got this CD yesterday and I have to say this album for me is the best i've heard so far this year. I've been a fan of The Music since I heard 'Take the long road and walk it' back in 2002 and immediately purchased their debut which I found to a top record.It's been four years since the last album was released and it has been well worth the wait. The overall feel of the album is that it has a more dance orientated feel to it then the previous two albums, though the indie sound is still there. All the tracks are amazing, though the stand out one's are strength in numbers, the spike, the left side, get through it, vision, the last one and cold blooded. I hope this album will do well cos the band really deserve it on this effort, the last album was under recognised which was a disappointment. Buy this album because you will not be disappointed at all. Five stars for sure.
Strength In Numbers
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