- Performer Raw
- Title Appetite For The Life
- Date of release 2014
- Other formats MP3 MPC AA AC3 WMA DMF WAV
- Genre Hip-hop & RAP
- Size MP3 1771 mb
- Size FLAC 1929 mb
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The album cover of Guns N’ Roses’ masterpiece Appetite for Destruction has a complicated history. The final Appetite for Destruction cover (with Celtic cross design) was chosen after a painting by Robert Williams was rejected (more on that later). First, let’s delve into the iconic cross design featuring skulls of the five band members.
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Appetite for Destruction" is a song by American hip hop group . The song is the second single from their final studio album Niggaz4Life. The song also appeared on The Best of . A: The Strength of Street Knowledge. The music video featured members of . A robbing a bank in a 1920s setting. After they rob the bank, the video returns to color and a modern setting. In the last scene, when the other members of .
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The 'Appetite for Destruction' album cover is one of the most recognizable pieces of album art in rock history, but the iconic 'skulls' graphic wasn't the album's original cover art. Based on the Robert Williams painting 'Appetite for Destruction,' the Guns N' Roses original album cover depicted a robotic sex offender about to be destroyed by a metal avenger.
Appetite for Destruction: The Days of Guns N' Roses. On the occasion of the rock album’s 30th anniversary last Friday, EW spoke with Williams, 74, who shed light on some of the lesser-known facts about this controversial, totally over-the-top image, his dealings with Rose, and the early conception of this now timeless record. Read on for highlights. The title of this 1978 painting, Appetite for Destruction, is the source for the title of the album.
Guns N' Roses' debut, Appetite for Destruction was a turning point for hard rock in the late '80s - it was a dirty, dangerous, and mean record in a time when heavy metal meant nothing but a good time. On the surface, Guns N' Roses may appear to celebrate the same things as their peers - namely, sex, liquor, drugs, and rock & roll - but there is a nasty edge to their songs, since Axl Rose doesn't see much fun in the urban sprawl of . and its parade of heavy metal thugs, cheap women, booze, and crime
Reckless Life (1986 Sound City Session). Mama Kin (1986 Sound City Session). New Work Tune (1986 Sound City Session). All Previously Unreleased. Appetite for destruction. Welcome To The Jungle.
|1||(Intro) Appetite For The Life||3:21|
|2||Leave Me Alone||1:54|
|6||Take My Place||3:24|
|8||On This Side||3:43|
|10||What About Me||3:33|
Featuring – Keyz
|14||Dont Impress Me Free||2:24|
|15||No Days Off||3:38|
|16||All I See||3:21|