Slash Baffled By Guns N' Roses Hysteria
"I don't really like to spend time talking about them, but the interesting thing is the strong legacy about each band. The level of hysteria around the band – or should I say the name Guns N' Roses – has continued. I don't totally understand that.
"Velvet Revolver happened because Duff [McKagan] and I got together with Matt Sorum and Scott Weiland, and it was so good and intense we decided to carry it on. So trying to follow in Guns N' Roses' footsteps wasn't an issue for us at all, because it's been so long since Duff and myself had been in the band." more on this story
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