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German singer DORO PESCH is gearing up to issue her first U.S. release in 10 years via Koch Records on September 12. The album, Calling the Wild, includes a collaboration with LEMMY KILMISTER on MOTORHEAD's "Love Me Forever" and a second duet, "Alone Again," plus guest performances by guitarists SLASH, AL PITRELLI (MEGADETH). Peasch also covers BILLY IDOL's "White Wedding" on the disc.
Slash has been known to engage in some surprising collaborations (i.e., Tom Jones, Michael Jackson), but the top-hatted guitarist surprised even himself when he found himself in the studio working with none other than Rod Stewart.
"That's where you draw the line," says Slash, with a laugh. The former Guns N' Roses guitarist, who's getting ready to tour with AC/DC with Slash's Snakepit, said that while he played on two songs, he doesn't know their names or what they sound like. "It was all Pro Tools," he explains. "I sat there playing guitar for, like, 28 hours and then they'll just use what works for the song." Not exactly his way of doing things.
And, for the record, there's no truth to the rumor that Slash will perform live or tour with Stewart. For now, he's focusing on his new album, Ain't Life Grand, which drops Oct. 10 on Koch