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Sunday, October 3, 2010

Guns N' Roses - Civil War

Well, let's put again a Guns N' Roses famose music that was asked for.

Some Story about the Band:
In 1990, Guns N' Roses returned to the studio to begin recording their most ambitious undertaking yet. During the recording session of "Civil War", drummer Steven Adler was unable to perform well due to his struggles with cocaine and heroin addiction – his difficulties in the studio caused the band to do nearly 30 takes. As a result, Adler was fired in July 1990 and was replaced by former Cult drummer Matt Sorum, whom Axl credited for saving the band. A few months prior, keyboardist Dizzy Reed became the sixth member of the group when he joined as a full time member. The band fired their manager, Alan Niven, replacing him with Doug Goldstein in May 1991. According to a 1991 cover story by Rolling Stone magazine, Rose forced the dismissal of Niven (against the wishes of some of his band-mates) by refusing to complete the albums until he was replaced.





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28 comments:

  1. Wow thats interesting, I never knew alot of that, Keep it coming!

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  2. Spectacular classic that brings back memories. Thanks for posting it!

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  3. Slash belongs in G'n'R, but then again, Axl is a douche :(

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  4. Great post!

    looking forward to reading the next one

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  5. I liked the little story that went along with it. Was good info.

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  6. GnR is still one of my favorite bands, to bad Chinese Democracy wasn't that great. Then again it's not really GnR anymore since it's only Axel

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  7. It's good to see that you're beating inertia today :)

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  8. You've got some good creativity in this blog!

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  9. what weve got here... is a failure- to communicate! my favorite line ever, nice song too

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  10. nice blog dude!!! looking forward to the next post

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