Guns N’ Roses: The Spaghetti Incident?
A misunderstood masterstroke or the opening of a can of worms, the fifth Guns N’ Roses album divided opinion. But ain’t it fun?
Pigeonholed as a ‘punk rock covers album’, the real story of The Spaghetti Incident? is much more interesting. For a start, of the 12 credited tracks (13 if you include a controversial cover of mass murderer Charles Manson’s surprisingly tender Look At Your Game Girl that’s hidden at the end of the album) only eight could be loosely categorised as punk.