Top 10 Slash Guest Sessions
It's possible Slash doesn't sleep. How else could one man appear on so many albums? Check out this list of 10 notable Slash studio guest appearances.
01. "Hey Stoopid," Hey Stoopid; Alice Cooper
Slash first worked with Alice Cooper when he, Axl Rose and Izzy Stradlin collaborated on a new version of Cooper's classic Killers track "Under My Wheels" for the Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years soundtrack. In 1991 he got the chance to work with Cooper again, playing guitar on the title track from Hey Stoopid.
As with "Break Like the Wind," Slash would play alongside Joe Satriani, but don't look for either in Cooper's over-the-top video. If fact, you might not want to look at the video at all.
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