Wear ram it down ;D
In 1989 when the band was getting ready to Record their next studio albums in Chicago Steven Adler who was severely addicted to drugs at the time kept a stash inside his fridge his codeword for that stash was Spaghetti Adler 4 years later sued the band under the novel premise that his drug addiction was their fault. Giving a deposition for the 1993 trial, McKagan was asked to cite instances of Adler’s bad behavior, and mentioned the Chicago drug stash. “So then I’m in court, with a jury and the whole thing, and this fuckin’ lawyer gets up, and with a straight face says, ‘Mr. McKagan, tell us about the spaghetti incident.’ And I started laughing.” The band ultimately settled out of court, writing Adler a check for 2.5 million dollars. When McKagan read through the trial transcripts, he was struck by the straight-faced absurdity of the phrase “the spaghetti incident,” which is how it ended up as an album title (complete with quotation marks) later that year.
Pain in the grass 29.09.2012 - Duff Mckagan