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GN'R: Lies Explicit Lyrics
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Forts du carton plus que colossal réalisé par Appetite For Destruction, les Guns N'Roses poursuivent sur leur lancée en publiant, en décembre 1988, cet album aux huit titres très variés. En effet, Guns N'Roses Lies réunit les quatre chansons de Live ?! Like A Suicide, le premier EP du gang angeleno, ainsi qu'une nouvelle version de "You're Crazy" et trois morceaux inédits. Ces derniers permettent de découvrir une nouvelle facette des Gunners qui prouvent qu'ils savent aussi bien manier les ballades que les riffs meurtriers. Axl Rose est à son zénith pour interpréter un futur classique comme "Patience" ou le controversé "One In A Million" dont les paroles s'attaquaient aux minorités. Surprenant et choquant à la fois. --Cyril Deluermoz
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Top Customer Reviews
It works well, and it has something for everyone.
Aerosmith's classic Mama Kin is given a brilliant re-working.
I could (and do) play this CD often, even after all this time!
And nothing cheers me up more than that absolutely fantastic role-reversal on the boring old "I Will Survive" crap a la Gloria Gaynor et al. In other words, "I USED TO LOVE HER (But I had to kill her!" And boy can I sympathise with that one!
Buy it and play it to death!
releases another good album called GNR Lies
and it's still the best albums to listen to
in my life, it's a follow up to 1987's hit
appetite for destruction, great songs, best song writing
and slash's guitar playing is still as great as today
they were truly the last great rock n roll band
before the most overrated band in history (nirvana)
came and sent the whole rock world down the toliet.
Thank God for the darkness for rescuing it
Guns N Roses will always be the best band ever.
Guns N' Roses produced another successful album and this album deserves 5 stars.
The four tracks from @Live like a Suicide begin Lies. Opener “Reckless Life” is known as one of the first song that the band played before there was even the G N’R name (dating from the Hollywood Rose days) and it’s fast straightforward rock song. Their cover of Rose Tattoo’s “Nice Boys” is one that I really like, it’s very energetic and of the four live tracks it’s the one where Axl shines and sounds best.Read more ›
It's a bummer that this album has been around for nearly fifteen years and I'm just hearing it now. Nowhere does this album give you the idea that it should be cohesive (it was released to hold over fans between proper albums). Since you don't expect it to be some grand piece of music, you can enjoy it as eight good songs from one of the greatest bands ever. The first four are live, and include a cover of Aerosmith's "Mama Kin". The second half is mostly-accoustic studio recordings, and includes the bigot ballad "One In A Million".
Don't worry about any kind of Use Your Illusion-style inconsistency. This is short and meaty; a tasty snack for those who love the rock stars of yesterday.
Most recent customer reviews
Guns N' Roses last hurrah. After this things started falling apart, but this is the GN'R people remember. The first set of songs, the "live" ones aren't bad. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Zen Archer
this album is so underrated. It only had 1 hit but if people actually listened to the other songs they would think its great.
The best song would probably be patience.
G N' R lies is a great CD. It Has 4 live Songs and 4 acoustic studio songs. Out of the acoustics the best songs are Your Crazy and One in a Million. Read morePublished on June 27 2004
this cd is the 4th best GN'R cd...out of five...the only one that is worse then this is the spaggatie incident. Read morePublished on June 21 2004 by Hudson
Even though this isn't a normal album, I've always really liked it. The first 4 tracks are live and from 1986, pre-"Appetite For Destruction", and are pretty raw rockers. Read morePublished on March 16 2004 by H3@+h