Tags » Appetite For Destruction

Song of the Day: Paradise City (by Guns N' Roses)

One cannot reminisce about the 80’s music scene without including the biggest (and most dangerous) band of that decade. Well, the band and it’s handlers sure thought of them that way. 834 more words

Music

and again

Can it really be called relapse if you never really quit? But slowing down is something better than nothing. Here’s what the experts say about avoiding and recognising relapse: WARNING SIGNS: a sense of disassociation from things that can really harm you.

Appetite For Destruction

29 Years Ago - Appetite For Destruction

That’s right, nearly 3 decades ago, Guns N’ Roses released their legendary debut album – Appetite For Destruction188 more words

Musical History

Guns N’ Roses  – Rogers Centre, Toronto – July 16, 2016

Review by: Darren Eagles
Photos by: Katarina Benzova

http://www.gunsnroses.com

http://billytalent.com

One of rock n roll’s biggest stadium bands, and arguably least likely to reunite for a tour, did just that Saturday night in Toronto.  667 more words

Toronto

Appetite for Destruction - Guns N' Roses 1987

Guns N’ Roses was never a band that I would admit to ever liking, yet when their debut Appetite for Destruction came out in 1987, it was difficult to ignore them. 586 more words

'80s

(I) Young Suman's Appetite for Destruction

As a child, I was torn between my love of the intense guitar solos of skin-tight skinny jean bands of the 2000s (looking at you Green Day), and the warm vocals of older artists such as Bryan Adams and Jon Bon Jovi (though I suppose there was a lot of skinny jean there too). 366 more words