Itís somehow appropriate that the last Guns Ní Roses album to feature guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKagan was a rowdy record full of chaotic punk rock songs and a tune written by infamous serial killer Charles Manson. The Spaghetti Incident?, which came out November 23, 1993, was recorded when the band was in a state of turmoil and turned out to be the only album by Guns Ní Roses that the band didnít tour to support.
There are a couple of reasons for this. Original Guns Ní Roses guitarist Izzy Stradlin recorded many tracks for the record before he was left the band in 1991. The guitar parts were later re-tracked in on-the-fly studio sessions with Gilby Clarke*and stand as the bandís only release to feature Clarke. Also, The Spaghetti Incident? wasnít originally going to be an album. The covers were intended for inclusion on a three-or-four-disc version of Use Your Illusion, before the band decided to divide all of the new originals between two separate albums.