Adler Taps Slash for Solo CD and Says Axl Is Not Guns N' Roses

(antiMusic) Original Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler is planning on recording a new solo CD and he's looking to get a little help from his friends on the effort. Most notably his former bandmate Slash, who Adler said in an interview, will be co-producing the effort.

Adler told Sonic Excess, "I am going to play a song on Slash's solo record too, so I will be doing some recording with him on that, but he is going to be producing my record." He went on to describe his plans for this solo CD, "we want eight cover songs. With each song we do we want at least one person who played on the original version to play on my record. I am thinking about changing the name to Adler's GNR too, because you cannot copyright the letters. I am one-fifth of the band just like he is one-fifth of the band (Axl Rose). At least I'm out their playing the songs people want to hear."

That opened the door for Sonic Excess to ask Steven about the current incarnation of Guns N' Roses and their new CD "Chinese Democracy," and Steve's previous comments that Axl Rose was not Guns N' Roses and he responded "Axl should have named the band W.A.R. for W. Axl Rose and I think that would have been much better."

He went on to talk about comments Axl made recently about the impossibility of a Guns N' Roses reunion due to legal issues that Adler supposedly brings to the table. You can read that and the rest of the interview - here

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