While looking like a glam rock cowboy martian.
Some of these are the greatest records you’ve ever heard. Others, not so much.
This is the only way to know whether you’re a Boss, a Material Girl, or a King of Pop.
DJ Ashba got to surprise his girlfriend with a grand proposal but now Las Vegas cops may be in hot water.
Best “November Rain” remix or BEST “NOVEMBER RAIN” REMIX?
For the days when you need a little extra sunshine.
No, seriously. You might think they suck now, but you’re wrong. They put on the biggest, most spectacular show in rock, and you will have FUN.
These are the songs that capture what it really feels like to live in L.A. — both the great and the not-so-great.
This video is a two-minute loop, but you should watch it for at least a half hour.
Two words: Halloween tree! He says “it’s one of the most evil things I’ve ever done.”
Axl and company went unplugged for the Bridge School Benefit this weekend, and the footage is kinda fascinating. More like “Welcome To The Jangle,” right?
Even Marilyn Manson looks adorable (in a derpy sort of way). (Via Reddit)
Just watch as Guns n’ Roses classic is played polka style. Rock out baby!
That’s right. I said “Ever,” with five honkin’ exclamation points. It’s for the Star Sydney. Do you like Guns N’ Roses?
Or is that Dog the Bounty Hunter cleverly disguised as an inflatable banana? From a recent show in Brazil. Sorry, those of you who came of age in the late ’80s and early ’90s…your icons are now human wreckage who rub your nose in mortality.
The German electronic composer is suing Guns n’ Roses for using an unauthorized sample on Chinese Democracy. I’m a really big Ulrich Schnauss fan and highly recommend the album Far Away Trains Passing By. The songs build really beautifully and are perfect for zoning out to. Can’t say I feel the same way about Guns n’ Roses.
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Claiming that Dr. Pepper “ruined” the release of Guns N’ Roses long-awaited album, Chinese Democracy, with their failure to successfully deliver America the promised free sodas, Axl’s lawyer sent the soft drink company a scathing letter demanding that they “clean up the mess.” And on this day, rock ‘n roll is officially dead. I know I’m blaming Dr. Pepper.
If you haven’t already downloaded a leaked copy, you can listen to the whole of Chinese Democracy streaming on the band’s MySpace page now. Chuck Klosterman liked it, so there’s that.
The album review that’s been 15 years in the making. His opening: “Reviewing Chinese Democracy is not like reviewing music. It’s more like reviewing a unicorn. Should I primarily be blown away that it exists at all? Am I supposed to compare it to conventional horses? To a rhinoceros? Does its pre-existing mythology impact its actual value, or must it be examined inside a cultural vacuum, as if this creature is no more (or less) special than the remainder of the animal kingdom?”