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Appetite For...JAZZ?!

In the fall of 1987, I (Charlie) was beginning my senior year in high school and a CD came out that became pretty much the soundtrack of that year. 141 more words

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Use Your Discretion - The Guns 'N Roses Conundrum

Guns ‘N Roses’ “Appetite For Destruction” is unquestionably one of the greatest debut albums of all time.  I was in fourth grade when that beast came out and I’d blast “It’s So Easy” and NWA’s “Fuck Tha Police” in the park on a boombox (when nobody was around) and think I was Bruce Willis.  2,010 more words

Gareth Morgan's "kicking the can"

Gareth Morgan, economist, philanthropist, activist and entrepreneur doesn’t like the impact that sugar has on our health and suggests taxing sugar rich products, such as soft drinks. 38 more words

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Appetite for Destruction (1987)

 

Album Review #5

Appetite for Destruction 

Artist: Guns N’ Roses

Label: Geffen Records

Producer: Mike Clink

  1. Welcome to the Jungle ★★★★
  2. It’s So Easy ★★
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Guns N' Roses Release 3D Concert DVD On July 1st

Ever wanted to have Axl Rose in 3D and surround sound in your own living room? Well, now you can when Guns N’ Roses release their first ever 3D concert DVD on July 1, 2014. 238 more words

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Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators – “World On Fire”: Hard Rock Daddy Review

Guns N’ Roses had the potential to be the greatest hard rock band of all-time, but if there is a silver lining to be found in their premature demise, it is the teaming up of Slash (one of the premier guitarists of this generation) and Myles Kennedy (arguably the greatest singer of this generation).  707 more words

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Lonesome Musing: Civil War

By: Christopher Aloysius Mariotti

What we’ve got here is
Failure
To communicate.

Some men, you just can’t reach.

There was a time, man: Guns N’ fucking Roses.

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