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My Appetite For Destruction….

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I finally finished reading My Appetite For Destruction, and I have to say it was a damn fine read. When I found out last year that my favorite member of the original Guns N Roses line up Steven Adler was putting out his own book, the sixteen year old in me jumped for joy.

Steven doesn’t leave any stone unturned in this book, as he talks about everything from his early childhood upbringing to his final days in one of the biggest rock bands on the planet. My favorite parts of the book are Stevens stories about his relationship with Axl Rose, and the early road tours pre-platinum albums. What was it like touring with The Cult, Motley Crue, and Iron Maiden? It’s here in all its ugly glory.

The only nit pick I have is that, I wish Steven gave more pages to his relationship with Izzy, and Duff as much as he did with Axl and Slash. Also his days of working with Davy Vain in 1991 as part of the Road Crew project are a lil’ skimmed over. Other than that, I think the book does well in painting a picture of one of the most decadent periods of hard rock music.

The orgies, the drugs, the alcohol, get some major talking time in this biography. It’s pretty much a tell all, which I love to hear in my rock n roll biography’s. There will never be another time like the late 80′s hard┬árock scene, and Steven Adler puts a stamp of approval on that. Highly recommended read for any hardcore GNR fan.

Rating: 8/10


Axl Rose Project goes onstage at 11PM in Toronto….

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Axl Rose Project goes onstage at 11PM in Toronto….

So many people bitch about the Axl Rose Project going on late (11PM instead of 9PM). First of all, youre a sucker if you buy a ticket in the first place to see the dude perform under the GNR banner with scab musicians backing him up. Second, most club shows dont start till 11:30 anyways, so who cares if he is late. To me there is a bigger issue at hand. People who keep paying large money to see this horrid version of GNR are the problem. If people didnt buy tickets to see him perform, he would go away.