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The Rolling Stones‘ “Sympathy for the Devil” is one of the most famous songs about the devil. During the 1990s, Guns N’ Roses put their own spin on the song. Subsequently, Slash said he never wants to hear the cover again.

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Slash said Guns N’ Roses’ cover The Rolling Stones’ ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ sounds like the band falling apart

In his 2009 book Slash, the guitarist discussed his band’s version of “Sympathy for the Devil.” “If you’ve ever wondered what the sound of a band breaking up sounds like, listen to Guns N’ Roses’ cover of ‘Sympathy for the Devil,’ which was recorded for the Interview with the Vampire soundtrack in the fall of 1994,” he wrote. “If there is one Guns track I’d like never to hear again, it is that one.”

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