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Guns N' Roses

Guns N’ Roses came at exactly the right time in rock ‘n’ roll. For the better part of the ‘80s, rock music had become bloated, stagnate and full of itself. Still reeling from the disco and punk onslaughts of the late ‘70s, rock ‘n’ roll was searching for an edge at the start of the next decade … and instead found a bunch of guys who wanted to play dress-up with their moms’ mascara and their kid sisters’ Top 40 records. Guns N’ Roses changed all that with their ferocious debut album in 1987. ‘Appetite for Destruction’ still sounds like a momentous moment in rock history – the moment where rock music seized back the reins from the decade’s dolled-up posers. It kicks hard, and for good reason: The original quintet was a self-destructive machine that made it through only one more set of albums (the ‘Use Your Illusion’ records) before falling apart.

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Theo Wargo, Getty Images

Duff McKagan Still Optimistic About Classic-Era Guns N’ Roses Reunion

Despite all of their time apart, Duff McKagan isn't ruling out a long-hoped-for reunion of the classic-era lineup of Guns N' Roses.

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Theo Wargo, Getty Images

Duff McKagan on Guns N’ Roses Biographer’s Plan to Reunite the Classic Lineup: ‘Little Weird’

Duff McKagan said Guns N' Roses biographer's plan to reunite the classic lineup is a little weird.

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Geffen

Guns N’ Roses ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ Plagiarism Claims Laughed Off by Australian Crawl Singer

Guns N' Roses fans don't need to be too concerned with recent allegations that the group lifted its classic hit "Sweet Child o' Mine" from an earlier song by Australian Crawl.

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Did Guns N’ Roses Steal ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ From An Obscure Australian Band?

An article claims that Guns N' Roses' "Sweet Child O' Mine" bears a strong resemblance to "Unpublished Critics" by the Australian Crawl.

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CBS

Slash Talks About Possibility of Guns N’ Roses Reunion: ‘Never Say Never’

Slash was on CBS This Morning earlier today to talk about his new music video, but that didn't stop anyone from shifting the talk to a possible Guns N' Roses reunion.

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Zakk Wylde Recalls Jamming With Slash at Guns N’ Roses Audition

If things had worked out differently, Zakk Wylde could have ended up joining Guns N' Roses in the '90s.

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Top 10 Izzy Stradlin Guns N’ Roses Songs

Let's face it, Izzy Stradlin doesn't get enough credit for his work in Guns N' Roses.

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YouTube

25 Years Ago: Steven Adler Plays His Final Gig With Guns N’ Roses

In the spring of 1990, Guns N' Roses were one of the biggest rock bands on the planet — and heading for the first of the roster changes that would eventually dismantle the lineup responsible for Appetite for Destruction.

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Slash Labels Former Manager’s Guns N’ Roses Breakup Theory ‘B.S.’

Slash said that his decision to play with Michael Jackson in 1991 had no impact on his relationship with Axl Rose.

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Mike Coppola, Getty Images

Steven Adler Embraces His ‘Magical’ Guns N’ Roses Past

Back on the wagon and moving forward with his solo career, former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler has earned every bit of the mature perspective he's attained regarding his whirlwind years in the band's classic lineup.

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