Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler has hinted at a reunion of the original line-up in an interview on his official MySpace page.
Adler, who left the band in 1990, said he had been in contact with Axl Rose about a potential reunion.
"I saw Axl, talked with him from, shit, what was it? 10 or 12 at night to 8 in the morning, we talked. We resolved a lot of fucking shit! I said, 'You know the five of us have to get back together! That's when it will really fucking take off again! Nothing will be bigger. It would be the biggest reunion ever in history'.
"He just grinned and giggled a little bit. Everybody in his band came up to me and said, 'You're the greatest fucking drummer!. We tell Axl, 'You gotta get the band back together'!" That's what they said to HIM!"
Adler also said he'd been in contact with ex-guitarist Slash, now in Velvet Revolver, and former rhythm guitarist Izzy, who has been making guest appearances with the current Guns N' Roses line-up: "I've been talking with Slash. I've been talking with Izzy. He wants a reunion."
Axl Rose and the current Guns N' Roses line-up are releasing the long-awaited album Chinese Democracy on 5 March.
Do you think the reunion will ever happen, or will Axl drag his heels more than usual? Tell us what you think.
11:38 AM | 19/02/2007
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