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Living Colour, Duff McKagan somehow make Down even better

Posted by on February 28, 2014

It’s our belief that every song in the history of of music can be made better by adding the chugging riff of Down’s “Bury Me In Smoke” to it. The song that closes Nola is as sludgy as an oil spill in a New Orleans swamp. So how to improve on the song, which the band usually close out their set with? Have people come up and jam out with them. That’s what happened at the Sidewave shows in Australia Recently, the band were joined by members of Living Colour and members of Walking Papers Duff McKagan (ex-Guns N’ Roses) and Barrett Martin (ex-Screaming Trees).  As can be expected, it was pretty damn epic. Later, Phil Anselmo was hung out sidestage during Alice In Chains’ set as they played his request, “Nutshell.”

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