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Friday May 8



Slash Open To Guns N' Roses Reunion, Denies Feud With Axl

(hennemusic) Slash told CBS This Morning on Thursday that he is open to the possibility of a Guns N' Roses reunion and he also discussed the status of his relationship with Axl Rose. "It's been one of those things that's been talked about by everybody but us for over the last 18, 19 years," he said. "I've got to be careful what I say there. I mean, if everybody wanted to do it and do it for the right reasons, I think the fans would love it. I think it might be fun at some point to try and do that." Asked what those "right reasons" might be, Slash says "I mean, that's a hard one. That just starts to get into a whole complex thing… It's really between the guys in the band." About his relationship with Axl Rose, he said, "Well, we haven't really talked in a long time, but a lot of the tension that you were talking about has dissipated," he explains. "We don't have all those issues anymore. It's not a lot of controversy. It's something that is more perpetuated by the media, more than anything." As for a reunion of the classic Guns N' Roses lineup, Slash says, "Never say never."

Read more: Friday May 8

Thursday May 7



Guns N' Roses Guitarist Slams 'Stupid Music Industry'

(Classic Rock) Guns N' Roses guitarist Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal has called the music industry "stupid" and says they treated fans like criminals when peer-to-peer file sharing emerged at the turn of the century. And he says rather than embracing the technology, record executives "made a mess" that they still don't know how to clean up. He tells the Jakarta Informer: "It's not that Napster changed anything - it's that the stupid music industry didn't see this amazing technology and say, 'My God, we could do so much with this,' and instead tried to destroy it and tried to treat people as criminals. "What can you do money-wise if a billion people download your songs for free? It could have been the tiniest little subscription - it could have been ads or sponsors. There are a million ways it could have been done and the music industry had a lot of time to figure it out." He continues: "Instead, through their lawyers, they said, 'Go sue that 12-year-old kid,' and they screwed up everything."

Read more: Thursday May 7

Wednesday May 6



Duff McKagan And Izzy Stradlin Stream New Song

(Radio.com) In March, we reported that a mini-Guns N' Roses reunion was taking place as Duff McKagan and Izzy Stradlin were playing new music together. Now, it appears that the project has a little more direction. With the release of a new book by McKagan, titled How to Be a Man (And Other Illusions), the author has also announced a new three-song EP of the same title. Stradlin will appear with McKagan on the EP along with fellow Seattle musician Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains and Stone Sour drummer Roy Mayorga, resulting in a sort of super group without a name, recording as simply Duff McKagan. The title track from the EP has been released and it is every bit the barroom, beer-soaked blues jam that might be expected considering the pedigree involved. As for when you can hear the rest, it will be released along with the book on May 12.

Read more: Wednesday May 6

Tuesday May 5



Roger Waters Slams 'Rogues And Thieves' That Ruined Music

(Classic Rock) Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters says in a new interview that the advent of digital streaming services has ruined the business model for developing new artists. Waters tells The Times (via Ultimate Classic Rock): "I feel enormously privileged to have been born in 1943 and not 1983. To have been around when there was a music business and the takeover by Silicon Valley hadn't happened, and in consequence, you could still make a living writing and recording songs and playing them to people. "When this gallery of rogues and thieves had not yet injected themselves between the people who aspire to be creative and their potential audience and steal every ******* cent anybody ever made and put it in their pockets to buy ******* huge mega-yachts and Gulfstream Fives with. These thieves. It's just stealing. And that they're allowed to get away with it is just incredible." He adds: 'I'm angry, even though it doesn't change my life in any way."

Read more: Tuesday May 5

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