|"You're a Lie"|
|Single by Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators|
|from the album Apocalyptic Love|
|Released||February 27, 2012|
|Label||Dik Hayd International|
|Songwriter(s)||Slash and Myles Kennedy|
|Myles Kennedysingles chronology|
"You're a Lie" is a song by Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators. It is the lead single from Slash's 2012 album, Apocalyptic Love . The song peaked at #1 on the Canadian Active Rock chart for five weeks straight.
The song has received mixed reviews from critics. Will Hermes of Rolling Stone gave the song a rating of 2 1/2 out of 5 stars.Amy Sciarretto of Loudwire gave the song a 4 out of 5 rating, describing the song as "a rowdy, bluesy rocker, anchored by Slash’s signature riffing and style." The song was listed on Loudwire's 66 Best Hard Rock Songs of the 21st Century.
|Canadian Hot 100||80|
|Canadian Active Rock Chart||1|
|Polish Singles Chart||48|
|U.S. Billboard Rock Songs||12|
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This article summarizes the events related to rock music for the year of 2012.
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