Guns N' Roses may gather up its earlier members that have spread to Velvet Revolver and Stone Temple Pilots.
With reunions of band running up and down this year, Guns N' Roses intends to snatch its former members back from Velvet Revolver and Stone Temple Pilots. Slash, one of the 1980s members revealed that reunion is a possible matter.
Sick of playing Guns N' Roses' songs while he was in Velvet Revolver, Slash would like to eliminate them from his band's song list. He had also announced the removal of songs by Stone Temple Pilots. The only chance remaining for Slash to play Guns N' Roses' hits is by reuniting with his ex band mates.
"I'm not saying never," he said. "You know, I was saying it would be a good idea to get, just for a couple of shows, to get the original STP and the original Guns N' Roses just to do a couple of shows for the fun of it."
Slash is one of Guns N' Roses' earlier lineups beside Duff McKagan, Scott Weiland and Matt Sorum. He left the band in 1996 after a conflict with vocalist Axl Rose to start his own band Snakepit that went on and off for some years. In 2002, he finally gathered Duff, Scott, Matt and added Dave Kushner to form successful Velvet Revolver.