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Slash Deluxe (Classic Rock Presentation Pack And Expanded Album With Exclusive Pin Badge)

Released on 07 April 2010

Artist: Slash

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  1. Ghost (Ian Astbury)
  2. Crucify The Dead (Ozzy Osbourne)
  3. Beautiful Dangerous (Fergie)
  4. Back From Cali (Myles Kennedy)
  5. Promise (Chris Cornell)
  6. By The Sword (Andrew Stockdale of Wolfmother)
  7. Gotten (Adam Levine)
  8. Doctor Alibi (Lemmy Kilminster)
  9. Watch This (Dave Grohl/Duff McKagan)
  10. I Hold On (Kid Rock)
  11. Nothing To Say (M Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold)
  12. Starlight (Myles Kennedy)
  13. Saint Is A Sinner Too (Rocco De Luca)
  14. We're All Gonna Die (Iggy Pop)
  15. Baby Can't Drive (Alice Cooper/Nicole Scherzinger of Pussycat Dolls)
  • exclusive pin badge:

    Slash Exclusive Pin Badge

    exclusive 132 page magazine:

    Slash Magazine

  • 132 page magazine
  • Expanded deluxe album with exclusive track: 'Baby Can't Drive (Alice Cooper/Nicole Scherzinger of Pussycat Dolls)
  • A Woven patch
  • A Poster
  • Slash pin badge ()

customer Reviews

 Average rating (16 reviews)

 Slash and guests will rock you.

| | See all FunkieBear's reviews (2)

This cd is a must buy for any Guns and Roses, Alter Bridge, Ozzy fans, or if you like rock in general. Slash with guest vocals is a great cd for your collection. Myles Kennedy - Starlight is one of many rocking songs which will get your head bobbing. Do not listen to the critics, listen for yourself. There is plenty of solo's and instrumental genius by Slash, bringing his unique talent to each song with explosive vocals from the featured guests.

 Full of Gold and Dross

| | See all ALTERBRIDGEROCKS's reviews (20)

I would fully recomend getting this album as it has some very good tracks and very good guitar work however it is greatly let down by some "awful" non rock/metal vocalists.

Ghost (Ian Astbury) - this is a really good opener, has a really good atmosphere and feel to it. solid un annoying vocals

Crucify The Dead (Ozzy Osbourne) - really good Ozzy track much better than his recent solo stuff.

Beautiful Dangerous (Fergie) - why this is included is beyond me, every part of this song make you want to hit your head against the wall. I have even tried to listen to it all the way hrough but the whining vocals are so bad it gets skipped after a minute.

Back From Cali (Myles Kennedy) - Great song really shows the amazing rage and talent that MK has. A treat for any Alter bridge or MF4 fans. Clearly demonstrates why Myles is providing Slas all of the vocals on tour.

Promise (Chris Cornell) - A fairly average song, nothing special here.

By The Sword (Andrew Stockdale of Wolfmother) - I dont like wolfmother but this song sounds really good great guitar vs vocals in parts.

Gotten (Adam Levine) - utter utter rubbish. He would be better suited on the talentless xfactor.

Doctor Alibi (Lemmy Kilminster) - Decent and what you expect from the motorhead man

Watch This (Dave Grohl/Duff McKagan) - very well constructed instruitemental track.

I Hold On (Kid Rock) - very poor nothing here that will make you want to listen to it more than once.

Nothing To Say (M Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold) - really good track and the heaviest on the album by far. includes some amazing a7x like beat downs.

Starlight (Myles Kennedy) - brilliant song as said above in back to cali.

Saint Is A Sinner Too (Rocco De Luca) - very boring and depressive another one for xfactor lovers

We're All Gonna Die (Iggy Pop) - Not an iggy fan but not a bad track.

Baby Can't Drive (Alice Cooper/Nicole Scherzinger of Pussycat Dolls) - this is a truley awful song, alice cooper can do 1 million times better than this and the pussycat dolls addition is pop tastic awful.

To sum it up when this album is good it is really good and when its bad the next track button is deployed!

 Slash Rock & F**kN' Roll

| | See all fabregilkas's reviews (7)

Really good album, can't stop listening, if your a fan or classic GNR, Velvet or in general anything Slasg has done then this is a must buy. The album is brill and with this classic rock pack it well worth the money. Overall cool album, cool magazine, cool poster, cool pin and cool badge. A must have for any Slash fan.

 Best album to appear in the UK in a long time

| | See all foxhound525's reviews (2)

An absolutely amazing blast of Rock N' Roll power, Slash as always creates a beast of a record that will undoubtedly have you humming the riffs for months. the overall package is just a bonus, a really good bonus at that, a double sided poster, patch (which is going on my coat) and plenty of Slash related reading material. if you claim to be a music fan at all, you will buy this album. Right now.

 Good but too many fillers/pretenders

| | See all patrickjd2000's reviews (5)

This album as a whole is OK. It might have been better if they just released an edited collection of the guitar solos(joking, but only just). Most songs are acceptable and enjoyable. However, the Fergie song tries hard but ultimatley wears thin fast, it will appeal to 12 years olds and shift a lot of CDs all the same. The Adam Levine song should have been included on his own respective solo album asstullifyingly bland as it is . I understand the need to appeal to a broad audience for commercial reasons but the aforementioned artists are a novelty/disposable at best. Maybe it is just me but the Myles Kennedy guy has a really annoying whiny voice on this album, is he always like that? Kid Rock? Woeful.
Other than that the Lemmy, IGGY, Astbury, Oxxy,Stockdale, Shadows songs are fun rock and ro9ck sung by Real rock and roll artists with pedigree and credibile back catalogues.A true gem is the instrumental with Dave Grohl and Duff McKagan. Thankfully Grohl declined to sing over this and it is all the better for it. Ultimatley you can pick and choose your favourite songs to transfer to your MP3 player and disregard the fillers.
Maybe they should have released a curtailed version for adults without the annoying pop stars trying to crossover into Rock and roll (Fergie, Nicole Scherzinger,Adam Levine). Bill Hicks would have a few things to say about a certain appendage of Satans.
Overall there is a rather good album vying for air amidst a certain level of dross included for blatantly commercial reasons.