On Today's Creative Control Daily, Mike Durband and I go over the rest of the songs from Guns N' Roses' 1993 release, "The Spaghetti Incident." TSI was a covers albums that was released to mixed reviews, and less album sales than GNR was used to at that time. We debate whether we prefer the original version to the cover versions, and also discuss: T Rex, Soundgarden and Chris Cornell, "Hair Of The Dog" and the electrifying performance by Invader with myself on lead vocals, The Misfits in WCW, the "Duff tracks" on TSI plus his solo album "Believe In Me" and his desire to work with Prince, Axl choosing to cover a Charles Manson song and the resulting controversy, GNR's history of playing covers, Use Your Illusion still being promoted after TSI's release, did COVID prevent GNR from releasing new music, the song "Hard School," Slash and Duff's musical output outside of the GNR bubble, Durband hates The Who, Brett Michaels as a giant banana and more!
Also, I discuss "Dark Side Of The Ring" and Owen Hart.
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