Baby Can't Drive

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  • This is an additional track on the CD version of Slash that is sold with Classic Rock magazine. The song features Nicole Sherzinger, Alice Cooper, Flea and Steven Adler. Slash told Musicradar.com about hooking up again with the former Guns N' Roses drummer: "I promised Steve Adler if he stayed clean long enough he could play on the record. I hadn't played with Steven in 20 years and it was great. One of the reasons Appetite For Destruction is so great is the energy that he brings to the table. It was great to get in a room with him and start playing and just to recognize that sound that he has."

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