On this double CD, the behatted guitarist and his chums show just how they laid waste to the (in)famous West Hollywood club, The Roxy, on the night in question.
The set covers not only Slash's solo career but also, as might be expected, songs from the Gunners and Velvet Revolver. Myles Kennedy's vocals are certainly on the mark on the original and VR material but, maybe, if you're very familiar with Axel's versions, then perhaps not so much on the G'n'R songs.
All that is by the by, though, when you hear the noise this lot whip up on stage. The atmosphere is captured well and the intimacy of the small venue stokes up the band's performance to an intense level. Slash is on fire and his soloing devastating, especially on the closer of CD1, 'Rocket Queen'. The Conspirators back up the front two with the enthusiasm and skill that one would expect, completing the tightness of the whole operation.
Looking for some live rock 'n' roll? If you are, then check this out, it's the real deal.
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