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Report by Nick Kent, The Guardian, 3 January 2003
With Guns N' Roses, he was one of the biggest and baddest rockers on the planet. Now his new album is a decade ...
Interview by Barbara Ellen, New Musical Express, 24 October 1987
GUNS 'N' ROSES get mad with BARBARA ELLEN ...
Report and Interview by Jon Wilde, Melody Maker, 6 June 1987
Something's crawling from the gutters of Los Angeles, something bright and proud and bad, something making claims on setting a scene. Jonh Wilde took a ...
Interview by Push, Melody Maker, 3 September 1988
When Guns N' Roses were interviewed just before they performed at Castle Donington last week, guitarist Slash said, "The kids need to have that one ...
Interview by Nick Kent, Vox, October 1991
Guns N' Roses are undoubtably the biggest noises in rock. But for how long? Would you buy two simultaneously released LPs at full price? Will ...
Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 31 May 1993
Guns N' Roses, high on attitude, bring their macho moves to Milton Keynes ...
Retrospective by Chuck Eddy, Spin, April 1995
GUNS N' ROSES surprised me in 1987 simply by being search-and-destroy young punks who weren't afraid to sing and dance. ...
Profile by Simon Reynolds, The Observer, 25 August 1991
No other rock band today provokes such polarised opinions as Guns N' Roses. For some, they are 'the most dangerous band in the world', heirs ...
Review by Paul Mathur, Melody Maker, 25 July 1987
OF COURSE they're dreadful. What's more surprising is that so many members of the press, who on most other days of the week could be ...
Report and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, July 2001
When the reclusive Guns 'N Roses star re-emerged last year, even old band mates didn't recognise him. After a decade of hiring and firing, an ...
Comment by Andy Gill, The Independent, 31 October 2008
After 14 years of rumours and false starts, Guns N' Roses are promising to release their new album. There's even a ticking clock on their ...
Live Review by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 21 October 1989
Guns N' Roses Shows Some Mettle ...
Essay by RJ Smith, LA Weekly, 10 October 1991
A RED STATION wagon slows down in front of Tower Records on Sunset. It nuzzles up near the curb, where a line of people wait ...
Review by Simon Reynolds, Melody Maker, 21 September 1991
THERE'S TWO schools of thought about Guns N'Roses. For some they're "the most dangerous band in the world"; for others, their brand of "danger" is ...
Review by Eric Weisbard, Spin, February 1994
LISTENING TO The Spaghetti Incident? is like hearing Use Your Illusion I and II refracted through cover versions. The first song, Axl Rose's pipe-bending 'Since ...
Report by Andrew Mueller, Uncut, April 2007
It has been 5650 days since Guns N' Roses last released an album of original material. 24 musicians, 8 producers and 15 million dollars later… ...
Interview by Sylvie Simmons, Kerrang!, 11 June 1987
"KNOW WHAT I want to do? Really want to do? Go over to Japan and pollute it. I'm not talking about drugs, I'm talking about ...
Interview by Bill Holdship, Spin, May 1988
In which our reporter discovers that L.A.'s reputed bad boys are good-bad, but they're not evil. ...
Report by Jim Sullivan, The Boston Globe, 10 September 1992
"THE TRAIN," says a confident-sounding Wendy Laister, "is absolutely back on the tracks." ...
Live Review by Jim Sullivan, The Boston Globe, 29 October 1987
New band that's special ...
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