You mean that obnoxious high nasally voice that kills catsSomeday I will have Axel Tone!!
"The reason Slash left Guns n' Roses has long been debated, and Axl constantly seems to be given his share of the blame - and possibly even more. While I do agree that Axl should have some of the blame for the break up, I don't believe he deserves the full blame. My belief is that Slash has to take some of the blame, due to his attitude and drinking problems.
My belief is that the beginning of the end for Slash happened in 1991 when Izzy Stradlin left the band. While Slash and Izzy were friends, they didn't hang out much and they were basically opposites: Izzy was sober and liked to ride motorcycles, Slash was constantly drunk (or on drugs) and liked partying hard. For this reason, it may sound weird that this is related to Slash's departure.
What followed Izzy's departure, however, obviously played a part. At some point during 1992, Axl decided that Slash and Duff had to sign over the rights of the band name to him, or he would stop touring. Slash and Duff agreed, probably because they wanted to save the band, and gave Axl the rights. This made the tour continue, but it also made Slash and Duff secondary members of the band - basically they were now Axl's employees."
Is this really what happened? That is so BS. Who the f*** does axl think he is and why would they agree to his BS ultimatum?
It's now a common piece of rock and roll lore that Zakk Wylde once auditioned to join Slash in Guns N' Roses in the mid '90s.
While the band ultimately decided that a two-lead-player approach wouldn't work, it's fun to think about what the band would have sounded like with those two sharing guitar duties -- and apparently Zakk agrees.
On what a Slash/Zakk Wylde combo in GNR would have sounded like, Zakk told Gibson.com: “It sounded like the riffs I write and the way I write, mixed in with the way the guys write, you know what I mean. It would have been like, when I was jamming with Slash and all the guys, even if I’m in the band there’s only one guy that’s playing the solos to ‘November Rain,’ ‘Sweet Child o’ Mine’ and all those classic songs. I’m not going to do anything there. But the future stuff that we would have been writing, it would have been cool! Because I love Slash’s playing and I’m buddies with him. It would have been cool, but with those guys there was nothing happening, so we were jamming but it wasn’t going anywhere.”