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Axl Rose Responds To Slash Comments Over Guns N' Roses Reunion

February 8, 2011
Axl Rose Responds To Slash Comments Over Guns N' Roses ReunionAxl Rose has responded to comments made by former Guns N' Roses bandmate Slash.

The frontman has set the record straight after former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash revealed that he would consider reuniting with the group if singer Axl Rose apologised to him.

Axl Rose responded over his Twitter: "Contrary to anyone's claims there are no concrete plans nor were there ever for a tour, a relaunch or sponsors (n' certainly not to replace anyone in the band) beyond a collection of random ideas thrown out by various individuals w/out any real foundation or negotiations in place other than our prior involvements (which wouldn't take a rocket scientist to put together). And 4 the record Doc McGhee is no longer involved w/either myself or GN'R."

He added: "N' b4 it's twisted "prior involvements" has nothing to do with old GN'R."

Calls for the band to reunite in their original line-up have been constant for several years, but the pair are still not on good terms.

Rose is still performing live with Guns N' Roses, despite being the only member remaining from their original line-up.

(by Holly Frith)

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