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Cataclysmic rockers such as “Welcome to the Jungle,” “Paradise City,” and “You Could Be Mine” mix well with the band’s pop side (“Sweet Child O’ Mine”), their ballads (“Patience”), their epics (“Civil War,” “November Rain”) and their exemplary covers. Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” becomes an arena anthem. Paul McCartney’s “Live and Let Die” gets sent straight over the top.
Ok ok ok earlier i wrote about this album and gave it 3 stars. I got it that morning, just went to the dentist, was in a bad mood. I was dissapointed by all of the slow songs on the disc (which I had never heard before, so it was a learning experience). Look, I take it back this really is one of the best albums you can buy. Advice: LISTEN TO THE ENTIRE CD 2 OR 3 TIMES. BELIEVE ME IT WILL BE WORTH YOUR WHILE! Once getting used to it, you will absolutely love this cd like I now do
good, but should be two discs. if i had a say in it, the track listing would be: (Disc One) 1. Welcome to the Jungle 2. It’s So Easy 3. Nightrain 4. Sweet Child O’ Mine 5. Mr. Brownstone 6. Reckless Life 7. Patience 8. Nice Boys 9. Used to Love Her 10. Mama Kin 11. One in a Million 12. Dust N’ Bones 13. Live and Let Die 14. Don’t Cry (Original + Alternate) 15. Double Talkin’ Jive 16. November Rain 17. Paradise City Disc 2 1. Garden of Eden 2. Dead Horse 3. Coma 4. Civil War 5. 14 Years 6. Yesterdays 7. Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door 8. Breakdown 9. Locomotive (Complicity) 10. Estranged 11. You Could Be Mine 12. Since I Don’t Have You 13. New Rose 14. Ain’t It Fun 15. Attitude 16. Sympathy for the Devil 17. I Don’t Care About You
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Rock On! buy this album rock is being destroyed with green day and simple plan, support Classic Rock, or Hair Metal by buying this album!
Formed: 1985 in Los Angeles, CA
Years Active: ’80s, ’90s, ’00s, ’10s
At a time when pop was dominated by dance music and pop-metal, Guns N’ Roses brought raw, ugly rock & roll crashing back into the charts. They were not nice boys; nice boys don’t play rock & roll. They were ugly, misogynistic, and violent; they were also funny, vulnerable, and occasionally sensitive, as their breakthrough hit, “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” showed. While Slash and Izzy Stradlin ferociously spit out dueling guitar riffs worthy of Aerosmith or the Stones, Axl Rose screeched out his tales of…