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Covering Charles Manson – 25 Most Destructive Guns N’ Roses Moments

Charles MansonCovers albums are a great way for bands to honor their heroes — the influential musicians and artists who helped shape their own music. So what does it say when you also include a little-known track written by one of the world’s most notorious convicted murderers?

That’s what happened when Guns N’ Roses‘ 1993 covers record ‘The Spaghetti Incident’ was released with Charles Manson’s ‘Look at Your Game Girl’ included as a hidden track. Most likely, there’s no true deep meaning to be had here — maybe singer Axl Rose just fancied the song, and as we’ve seen, the threat of stirring up some negative publicity never stopped him from following his muse. The rest of the band perhaps wasn’t as keen on the idea, with only Dizzy Reed joining Rose on the track.

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