Guns N’ Roses
The band Guns N ‘Roses is the biggest hard-rock debut of the late 1980s. Released in 1987, their debut album “Appetite for Destruction” brought energetic and aggressive music from the border of rock, metal and punk as well as hits – incl. “Paradise City” and “Sweet Child O ‘Mine”.
Another great achievement of Axl, Slash and company was the release of the double album “Use Your Illusion” in 1991, which brought them the status of world stars, incl. thanks to the hits “Don’t Cry” and “November Rain” and a cover of Bob Dylan’s song “Knockin ‘on Heaven’s Door”. After releasing in 1993 compilations with punk covers “The Spaghetti Incident?” the band practically ceased operations.
In 2003, Slash, Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum formed a new band – Velvet Revolver, while Axl decided to continue operating under the name of Gunsów. The new album “Chinese Democracy”, announced for many years and recorded by the new incarnation of Guns N ‘Roses, was finally released in November 2008. The album is promoted by the singles “Chinese Democracy” and “Better”.