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Don't 'Sleep' on This New Romantic Comedy
In the quirky new romantic-comedy "While You Were Sleeping," the lovely Sandra Bullock plays Lucy, a lonely
token booth worker at a Chicago subway station who saves the life of Peter (Peter Gallagher, "Shortcuts"), the
man she's secretly been in-love with, when he nearly topples before the path of an on-coming train. At the
hospital, Lucy is mistaken by his long-estranged family as the comatose Peter's fiancee. He's such a babe and
*the family is so welcoming that she figures, why not play along? The only problem is that Peter's brother Jack (Bill
Pullman, "The Last Seduction") is suspicious of her. And as Lucy learns more about her seemingly-perfect future
hubbie, she starts to wonder if he really is "The Perfect Guy."
An advance screening of "While You Were Sleeping" will take place this Thursday at Showcase at 7:30 p.m. To
win a free pass for you and a guest, all you have to do is give us a call at 763-0379 and tell us one other film
that Sandra Bullock has been in. There are a limited number of passes, so call soon.
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aid. "Zakk Wylde was hanging with
s for a while, and we sounded like
Ozzy and Roses. Before that, we had
this friend of Axl's,Paul, who basically
couldn't play that well. He played on
'Sympathy for the Devil.' Fuckin'
asshole, I hate that guy. He didn't work
out, so I'm not really sure where the
fuck that shit's headed. I'll deal with it
when I get back off the road."
Slash is hoping that the recording
*rocess will work out better for this
record than it did for the "Illusions." "I
don't want to go through that whole
Illusions' thing again," Slash said.
"That was a nightmare. All of a sud-
den, Guns went from being the com-
plete scumbag level garage band, to
being a headlining stadium band. We
just had a hard time adjusting to celeb-
rity status, or some crap like that.
"Izzy was phasing himself out as
we were doing it, and we were dding a
lot of his material on top of it," Slash
continued. "It was very bizarre. And
then going out and headlining these
fuckin' stadiums and so on for two and
a half years. It was definitely a stretch
of the imagination. I'd like to just do a
fuckin' rock 'n' roll record."
Since the "Illusions," the only ma-
terial Guns N' Roses has released was
Sympathy for the Devil" on the "Inter-
view With the Vampire" soundtrack
and "The Spaghetti Incident?" an al-
bum of the band's favorite punk songs.
The meaning behind the title has re-
mained a mystery due to band mem-
bers' refusal to reveal its origins -
until now. "I guess it's been a while
now, so it's easy to let the cat out of the
bag. 'The Spaghetti Incident' wassome-
thing that was brought up in court when
Steven Adler was suing Guns N' Roses
for kicking him out," Slash confessed.
"When Guns was in Chicago writing
material which initially ended up on
'Use Your Illusions,' Duff and Steven
got into this argument over spaghetti. It
got brought up in deposition, and it was
called 'The Spaghetti Incident.' I
thought that was great, and wanted to
name the record that."
Besides Snakepit and G N' R, Slash
has also kept busy by designing a Guns
N' Roses pinball machine. "It's actu-
ally pretty much the most original high-
tech kind of game to date, because it's
got real guitars on it, and real vocals on
it," Slash said. "I'm really happy with it.
I was sitting around at home and writing
on pieces of napkins, getting the design
together. I actually managed to pull off
about 80 percent of it, so there's not
really any other game like it."
Although he loves touring, Slash
doesn't consider his a life of luxury.
"One of the strange things about rock
'n' roll bands is that being in this kind
of business, everyone thinks it's so
fuckin' cushy and glamorous," Slash
said. "If you're really dedicated, you
work your ass off. Then the only
fuckin' gratification you get, after all
day of traveling and then a day's
work, playing with soundcheck and
then the gig, is a good woman and a
fuckin' bottle of bourbon. That's it.
That's all you get."
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