You can listen Guns N Roses songs by left clicking on the titles and entering the simple captcha code. You can create your playlist with these Guns N Roses tracks after entering the code from single listening page when you are logged in. Please support our artists and buy Guns N Roses mp3 files legally on the listening page. Remember if you are not already registered, please do so for creating your playlist with our Guns N Roses works. Guns N Roses's latest or related album is Appetite for Destruction
Which is released on 1990-10-25 from record company Geffen Records.
Tell us what do you think about this performer or song by using our comment box below.
Guns N Roses News
Green Day covers Guns N Roses and AC/DC at SXSW - Source: Music-News.com Green Day slipped Guns N' Roses' classic 'Sweet Child O' Mine' and AC/DC's 'Highway To Hell' into their Austin setlist on Friday night.
Axl Rose Turned Down $50000 Offer To Leave Guns N Roses Before They Made It, According To Kim Fowley - Source: Stereoboard Guns N Roses frontman Axl Rose reportedly turned down a hefty $50,000 offer to leave the band before they blew up, according to claims from record producer and songwriter Kim Fowley.
'Guns N Roses Only Late To Stage Because Of Huge Rig', Says DJ Ashba - Source: Stereoboard DJ Ashba, guitarist of the new look Guns N Roses as of 2009, has attempted to justify the bands ability to be incredibly late incredibly often - claiming that their huge rig is mostly to blame.
Watch Latest Guns N Roses Video
Loading the player ...
Quick facts about Guns n roses
Guns N’ Roses is an American hard rock band founded in Los Angeles, California in 1985. The band has released six studio albums: Appetite for Destruction in 1987, G N’ R Lies in 1988, Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II in 1991, ”The Spaghetti Incident?” in 1993 and, after 15 years and with frontman Axl Rose being the only member of the original lineup remaining, Chinese Democracy in 2008. They also released an EP titled Live ?!*@ Like a Suicide in 1986. The group was formed in early 1985 by Hollywood Rose members Axl Rose (vocals) and Izzy Stradlin (rhythm guitar) and L.A. Guns members Tracii Guns (lead guitar), Ole Beich (bass) and Rob Gardner (drums). The band created its name by combining two of the members’ names. A short time later, Beich was fired and replaced by Duff McKagan, and Guns was replaced by Slash after not showing up to rehearsal. Slash had played with McKagan in Road Crew and with Stradlin during a short stint in Hollywood Rose. On their first tour (from Sacramento, California to Duff’s home town of Seattle), Gardner quit and was replaced by Slash’s friend, Steven Adler. Stemming from the LA rock underground, the ugly lyrics matched the sleaze of the music—driven by heavy blues licks—covering misogyny, violence, city life, sex, liquor, and hard drugs. They also, however, had a tendency to show sensitivity and a desire to break free from the city. Subsequent albums revealed influence from bands in the vein of The Rolling Stones and Queen. Learn more about Guns N Roses