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Running time: 5:35
music by: Velvet Revolver
words by: Scott Weiland
available on: Contraband [2004, Album]

Scott Weiland: Vocals
Duff McKagan: Bass
Slash: Guitar
Dave Kushner: Guitar
Matt Sorum: Drums

Douglas Grean: Keyboards

Published by Velvet Revolver Songs (ASCAP)
Produced by Josh Abraham and Velvet Revolver
Mixed by Andy Wallace at Enterprise Studios, CA
Recorded by Ryan Williams at NRG & Pulse Recording
Additional Vocal Engineering: Douglas Grean
Assistant Engineer: Brandon Belsky


This song was first performed live at the Smashbox (Susan Holmes Swimwear 2004 Show) in Culver City, CA on October 30, 2003.

Matt Sorum reported that this song was one that would be included on the album.Slash: "We re-recorded one of the songs, 'You Got No Right' with my live head, which I have never recorded with before. It's the Slash model [Signature] Marshall." (Total Guitar, April 2004)

Duff:"'You Got No Right' was one bass piece" (Total Guitar Bass Guitar, April 2004)

Slash:"the tune 'You Got No Right' is played on a Takamine [it's actually a Taylor cutaway, says guitar tech Adam Day] recorded via microphone and pickup. Just to make it sound more electric. That was the only song I wrote on acoustic." (Total Guitar, April 2004)

Slash: "There's an interesting chord change on the song 'You Got No Right', and it sounded really simplistic but really interesting when I first wrote it. Then we gave it to Scott to play with - and he wrote this amazing vocal for it. I wouldn't have come up with anything like that." (Total Guitar, April 2004)

Duff: "There is a bridge in You Got No Right where I went for a Paul McCartney type of deal." (Total Guitar's Bass Guitar, April 2004)

Matt: "And then we did the one track that’s called ‘You Got No Right,’ which is like a mid-tempo ballad that was recorded in more of a ‘70s room." (Drum Magazine, April 2004)

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