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Guns N' Roses: Sex N' Drugs N' Rock n' Roll

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Bursting out of the LA rock scene in the late 1980's, Guns N' Roses have come to epitomize everything that a rock n' roll band should be, and the fans love them for it. What other group could go almost 10 years without a new album and still pull massive crowds for every live event? This DVD goes behind the scenes to discover what it took for Gun's N' Roses to become such icons of the genre. We now present an uncensored look at a truly exceptional band!

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Studio: Chrome Dreams
  • DVD Release Date: March 31, 2009
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B0023W6548
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #155,466 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Why GNR fell apart (in no particular order, just the first subject that comes to my head):

1.Axls' voice. Axl strained his vocals so bad to sing in that trade-mark parrot-like screech of his that it was starting to get to him during the UYI tour. Some of the shows were even canceled because of voice problems. Some time after the tour Rose actually developed nodules on his vocal chords that had to be surgically removed. Let's face it, the man needed a break and used his disappearance from the spotlight as time for his vocal chords to heal. Granted Rose's voice is still awful today, but that is now due to old age. Basically the "good" singing Axl was like a bightly burning flame whose lifespan was very short.

2. Steven Adler getting the boot. Adler getting kicked out was a subtle change that started taking the band in the wrong direction. Adler's drumming kept the band's sound grounded in jazz/blues roots of rock n' roll. When Matt Sorum was brought in the bands sound began going in a more "pop" direction. The easiest example of this is listening to the original Don't Cry demo w/Adler on the drums, and then listening to the studio version with Sorum. Most of the other instruments play the same, but Adler's drumming in the original demo gives the song a much more blues based feel. Sorum's sound on the studio version is very poppy and mainstream. The drums alone totally change the feel of the song. This new "pop" direction that the band started going in was the beginning path to what got them to where they are now musically, with the weird techno crap that Axl plays now.

3. Axl's favorite type of music is weird techno crap.
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