Appetite For Destruction: The Days Of Guns N' Roses

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Appetite For Destruction: The Days Of Guns N' Roses

Appetite For Destruction The Days Of Guns N Roses If rock n roll is an altered state of intoxicated consciousness between creation and destruction violence and romance beauty and ugliness N Roses one of the most successful bands on the popular mu

  • Title: Appetite For Destruction: The Days Of Guns N' Roses
  • Author: Danny Sugerman
  • ISBN: 9780312058142
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Hardcover
  • If rock n roll is an altered state of intoxicated consciousness between creation and destruction, violence and romance, beauty and ugliness, N Roses, one of the most successful bands on the popular music scene Author Danny Sugarman is no stranger to this scene, and his biography of Jim Morrison, No One Here Gets Out, reveals his immense experience with the L.A musicIf rock n roll is an altered state of intoxicated consciousness between creation and destruction, violence and romance, beauty and ugliness, N Roses, one of the most successful bands on the popular music scene Author Danny Sugarman is no stranger to this scene, and his biography of Jim Morrison, No One Here Gets Out, reveals his immense experience with the L.A music scene 16 pages of photographs 35 illustrations.

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    One thought on “Appetite For Destruction: The Days Of Guns N' Roses

    1. Carac Allison on said:

      "Appetite for Destruction: The Days of Guns N' Roses" tells the story of how GNR climbed above the hair metal bands in Hollywood to become America's most dangerous and genuine rock n roll outfit. But that's only half the book. The other half is an essay on the classic roots of rock, the gods of ecstasy, our psychological need for chemical escape and how Axl Rose is the shaman driving the dance.It's a good accompanying title if you're reading any of the big rock titles: Sugarman's own "No One Her [...]

    2. Jason on said:

      Little too much detail into their sex lives, I am scarred for life.

    3. John on said:

      This book does not measure up to Sugerman's other literary efforts namely his bio of Jim Morrison and his account of his drug addiction (Wonderland Avenue). Perhaps it is because the reader can't make the leap of faith and put Guns and Roses in the same league as The Doors. Form a band, crank up an amp, grow your hair down to your ass, do a lot of drugs, wear shades wherever you go, use two swear words per sentence and choregraph a few arrests. Make sure your fans know the details of your decade [...]

    4. Cyssah Olyver on said:

      There are many interesting information about the band, but nothing new. Most things people have probably alredy read in any magazine. Considering their relation to drugs and behavior towards people around them, I find it surprisingly that they became so famous and also that it lasted for so long. They were so lucky for having good songs.

    5. Tara Calaby on said:

      This wasn't amazing, really, but it's about my favourite band and I read it when I was young enough to find anything about them amazing.

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