We did a Guns ‘N Roses memes collection around 2 years ago so I thought it was time do to another. They are about to go on tour again so why not celebrate. I would love to go see the show, but the prices are killing me and I have seen a bunch a shows this Summer so funds are low. Since I can’t go to the show, let’s do our own with the memes.
I hope you enjoy!
The Spaghetti Incident…
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I had a little Christmas money and I found the Guns N’ Roses album ‘Appetite for Destruction: Super Deluxe Edition’ on sale of $89.99 which is down from the $124.99 on Amazon so I decided to bite the bullet on this 4 CD set. Now, I didn’t have enough to the that $800+ Locked & Loaded Box Set so I had to pass on that one.
Now, lucky for you I will review this set and go through what it has to offer. With 73 tracks and 49 Unreleased tracks, I am not going to go through each song in detail as we would be here for days reading and I would be dead from writing all those words. You will get a “Cliff Notes” version of the review. I hope that is okay. The set has a lot to offer. Here is snap shot of what all comes with the set…(I used this picture from the web as I couldn’t get a decent picture – thanks Amazon).
The first thing that grabbed my attention was the beautiful book. It is a 96-page Hardcover Book with Unreleased Photos and tons of pictures of posters and band memorabilia. The book cover is all black and genuine fake leather embossed with the GN’R logo. It is tough to see that logo, but it is there…
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As a Guns ‘N Roses fan, this book was a no-brainer when it went on sale on Amazon. You will notice a trend on my book reviews in that I always get the books when they are on sale, dirt cheap. Best way to buy them. Slash has always been this larger than life Guitar God with his trademark black Top Hat, long curly hair covering his face and a cigarette sticking out of his mouth. And of course, that is why that picture is the cover of the book. You instantly know who it is.
The book came out in 2007 and it covers the periods of his childhood, through Guns ‘N Roses rise and fall, Slash’s Snakepit and all the way up to his band at the time Velvet Revolver. It is a journey filled with the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. You get to see what influenced him in life and what drove him forward to succeed. I would say you get everything as he lays it all out on the table. He isn’t afraid to paint himself in a negative light either.
After reading this book, I am amazed that Slash is actually still alive. He started doing drugs, drinking and having sex at an extremely young age. His parental supervision was interesting as his parents were very artsy and lived a very bohemian lifestyle. At a young age, he was surrounded by famous people, including the late David Bowie. He started out skateboarding and eventually discovered the Guitar and then his focus changed. School was never important, but even less so when he started playing guitar.
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Welcome to the first installment of “The Original Vs. The Cover” for 2018. We are going to start it off this year with the battle between Paul McCartney & Wings and Guns ‘N Roses with the song “Live and Let Die”. The song was written by Paul & Linda McCartney for the James Bond movie “Live and Let Die”. The two versions aren’t really that different in my opinion. Some of the orchestration is replaced with guitars, but other than that they are very similar. But before we choose a version we like more, let’s talk about each version first.
Paul McCartney and Wings
Paul was given the Ian Fleming novel to read and then he sat down at his piano and wrote the song. I am not sure Paul had ever had to write a song around a title before as he said it was not an easy thing to do. Well, he wrote the song in an afternoon, so it must not have been that hard. The song is one of Wing’s most popular songs and it received an Oscar nomination for Best Original Song in 1973. However, it did lose to Barbara Streisand’s song “The Way We Were”. The song was also nominated for a Grammy in the same year.
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Welcome back to Tuesday’s memes. Since last week we honored Guns ‘N Roses and Axl has been singing with AC/DC as well why not do this one on AC/DC. So, sit back and have a smile to get your day going. Enjoy AC/DC’s memes.
Ok, I am going to be insensitive for a minute to Brian Johnson’s hearing problem…sorry (not sorry!)
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Wow!! That Monday wasn’t half bad since it was a Holiday and NO WORK!! Regardless, it is time for a few smiles and laughs. This week the theme is Guns ‘N Roses. With the band on tour and Axl in AC/DC as well, I figured that they should get their turn in the spotlight. I hope you enjoy!
I have to say there were a lot out there about Axl’s weight so I had to pick one and I used that as the feature picture. But to start it off, I had to go with this!!
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