Guns N’ Roses – Appetite For Destruction

Guns N' Roses - Appetite For DestructionFrom the opening riff of Welcome To The Jungle to the final notes of Rocket Queen, this album grabs you by the balls and doesn’t let go. This album captures the raw energy that made Guns N’ Roses the megaforce that changed the face of the music scene in the late 1980s. It also succinctly captures Axl Rose’s “you can suck me” attitude. Each song is well written and the album covers a wide spectrum of musical styles. GNR managed to mesh the heaviness of Welcome To The Jungle, the anger of Out To Get Me, the melodic genius of Sweet Child O’ Mine, the sexual innuendos of Anything Goes, and the drug related content of Mr. Brownstone into the quinessential rock album. This album still sounds fresh even after having been released more than two decades ago. If you only have one GNR album in your collection, it should be this one.

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    okay here’s my bet they will reform at least by summer.if not the end of year
    chinese democracy tanked velvet revolver got dropped by their label
    steven adler is makin’ an ass of himself publicly on all the rehab shows
    the original gnr is on the tip of everyone’s tongues
    i mean honestly besides led zeppelin this is the band every one wants to see reform. i my self would love it i only got to see the bloated use your delussions gnr when they did that double tour with metallica and faith no more back in 92.
    so i’d love to see izzy axl slash duff and steven (if he doesn’t talk. i hate it when stroker ace there starts talking) get back together for some stripped down classic gnr

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