SLASH Featured In TRAVIS BARKER's 'Saturday Night' Video

Legendary guitarist Slash (VELVET REVOLVER, GUNS N' ROSES) makes a guest appearance on the song "Saturday Night" from BLINK-182 drummer and hip-hop producer Travis Barker. The official video for the track, which is included on Barker's new solo album, "Give The Drummer Some", can be seen below.

"Give The Drummer Some" as released on March 15 via Interscope Records. The CD's first single is "Can A Drummer Get Some", featuring The Game, Swizz Beats, Lil Wayne, and Rick Ross. Other tracks include "Jump Down", featuring The Cool Kids; "Carry It", featuring RZA, Raekwon, and Tom Morello; "Devil's Got A Hold of Me", featuring hip-hop supergroup SLAUGHTERHOUSE; "Misfits", featuring Steve Aoki; "Cool Head", featuring Kid Cudi; "Don't F*** With Me", featuring Paul Wall, Kurupt, and J Roc; "City of Dreams", featuring The Clipse and Kobe; and "On My Own", featuring SLIPKNOT's Corey Taylor.

In addition to the list of musical artists that Barker worked with on "Give The Drummer Some", he has enlisted his favorite artists from the art world to come up with a visual representation of each track on the album. The who's-who list includes seminal artists from the street, tattoo, graffiti, fashion and music world: Slick, David Choe, Mr. Brainwash, Mike Giant, Haze, Munk One, Nate Dino, Skinhead Rob, Cool Head - Jeff Soto, Richard Sanchez, Risk One, Chase Tafoya, Chris Peters, Dire One, Mr. Cartoon, Maxx242 and Usugro. Additionally, "Can A Drummer Get Some"'s cover art was created by legendary rock and roll cover artist Pushead. Pushead has collaborated on revered classic album covers with such recording artists as METALLICA and Dr. Octagon.

"Give The Drummer Some" contains 12 tracks, with 16 tracks to be included on the deluxe version. In addition, Barker continues to be actively involved with his clothing and accessory company Famous Stars and Straps, his label LaSalle Records, and his band THE TRANSPLANTS (with Tim Armstrong and Skinhead Rob), is gearing up to record its third album. Barker has also been in the studio with the reformed BLINK-182, who will release a new album in 2011.


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