16 Songs, 1 Hour 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Guns N’ Roses' third album is rooted in street-punk posturing and nasty groove work. “Right Next Door to Hell” uses the double-barreled riffing and manic screeching that made Appetite for Destruction so imposing, and “Bad Obsession” is a raunchy blues ode to psychological decay lined with roadhouse slide and harmonica. But the album’s climax is “November Rain”—featuring one of Axl’s most vulnerable vocal performances. This epic power ballad is stuffed with beautiful orchestration and Slash's gloriously crying solos.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Guns N’ Roses' third album is rooted in street-punk posturing and nasty groove work. “Right Next Door to Hell” uses the double-barreled riffing and manic screeching that made Appetite for Destruction so imposing, and “Bad Obsession” is a raunchy blues ode to psychological decay lined with roadhouse slide and harmonica. But the album’s climax is “November Rain”—featuring one of Axl’s most vulnerable vocal performances. This epic power ballad is stuffed with beautiful orchestration and Slash's gloriously crying solos.

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