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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN: B000000P17
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
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Guns N Roses - Spaghetti Incident - Cd

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By A Customer on 26 Feb. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Just picked up this album from a shop and listened to it. I was surprised at how different it was.
Highs:
Slash still remains fairly strong with the guitar solos of course.
Duff McKagan surpisingly is included alot more in the main vocals this time, he too along with Axl is a fairly powerful singer.
It seems they have taken some punk songs and done covers of them and modified them a bit, such as making them sound a bit more GN'R type.
Best Songs on this record are New Rose, Attitude, Aint it fun, Hair of the Dog etc.
Lows:
Gilby has replaced Izzy Stradlin', Don't get me wrong he is a great replacement, but he isn't really the same and it definitely feels there is something missing without Izzy.
You have to really appreciate punk to like this record alot, I'm into mainly rock and metal, but I admired the ramones, Sex Pistols etc but otherwise Punk isn't what I like as much as rock and Metal
Overall this isn't too bad an album, the best description I can give of this to the older GNR fans ( I am one myself too ) is that it is like 'Get in the Ring' type music 12 times in different formats. The sad thing is it is by far the most disappointing GNR album yet, and I can only see their forthcoming album 'Chinese Democracy' getting worse. If you are new to GnR steer clear of this album, go for appetite For Destruction and the Use Your Illusion albums, If you are a long term fan of GnR and know all the best music they produced, then its up to you, but it would probably be a wise idea to check this out for more Slash, Duff and Axl. Just don't expect another AFD or UYI album.
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After the two great »Use Your Illusion« double albums, with complicatedly arranged songs, Guns N'Roses must have felt like showing the World they still can do simple stuff as well. And they did good!
Through the power and musical talent expressed in every song on this mostly-punk album, you can just feel how the band loves to just play songs which have been its greatest inspiration sources.
From the heart-squeezing guitar and vocals on the opening track »Since I Don't Have You«, Guns N'Roses take the listener on a journey through their favourites. It goes via the all-over British punk song »Down On The Farm« (the album's best track) and the melodically rocking piano and percussion of »Human Being«, endning in the nearly melancholic unlisted track »The Game« by Charles Manson.
Guns N'Roses simply combines their joy of playing with their highly-developed musical skills on this tribute.
Somehow sad that it became the band's last release - but on the other hand, the joy of playing expressed on this album is a good way of ending.
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Quick delivery, great album when you actually listen to it, people often write it off immediately as it's a cover album but great solos, great vocals and just a great album
Any punk/rock or Guns N' Roses fan should definitely get this
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By A Customer on 12 Sept. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Never mind the bolognese?
This is a great record by a great band at the height of its powers.
Attitude and swagger exude from every track.
The Damned's 'New Rose' is arguably the best track, but it is a hard choice to make. 'Down On The Farm' and 'Ain't It Fun' are obnoxiously brilliant.
A couple of slower tempo songs ('Since I Don't Have You', and 'You Can't Put Your Arms Around Memory') are a bit of a contrast.
A hugely entertaining release!
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After the two great »Use Your Illusion« double albums, with complicatedly arranged songs, Guns N'Roses must have felt like showing the World they still can do simple stuff as well. And they did good!
Through the power and musical talent expressed in every song on this mostly-punk album, you can just feel how the band loves to just play songs which have been its greatest inspiration sources.
From the heart-squeezing guitar and vocals on the opening track »Since I Don't Have You«, Guns N'Roses take the listener on a journey through their favourites. It goes via the all-over British punk song »Down On The Farm« (the album's best track) and the melodically rocking piano and percussion of »Human Being«, endning in the nearly melancholic unlisted track »The Game« by Charles Manson.
Guns N'Roses simply combines their joy of playing with their highly-developed musical skills on this tribute.
Somehow sad that it became the band's last release - but on the other hand, the joy of playing expressed on this album is a good way of ending.
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By Katcho on 14 May 2007
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There's nothing to be said that hasn't already been said in these reviews. To be blunt, BUY THIS ALBUM IF YOU LIKE GUNS N' ROSES, it's as simple as that!

Ignore all rubbish reviews that say, "It's the sound of a band breaking up". What a load of crap. Any half-wit guns n' roses fan would know that these were recorded at the same time as Use your illusion, even before! Trust me, it's a good album.
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For those who are curious about the work of the original GNR line up and their work, don't be mistaken. This is not GNR music but rather covers that they have recorded. Some of these they had been playing from time to time live on stage and some others are first time recordings. They are mainly Punk covers with one very curious recording; a song by the Serial Killer Charles Manson! A very energetic, fun album but certainly not a starter album for anyone who want to discover classic GNR.
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