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Guns N’ Roses don’t have a ton of non-album B-sides, and based on the thrashy throwaway “Shadow of Your Love,” we wouldn’t be missing much with them anyway. It’s an interesting look at what GN’R might sound like with Motörhead as their guiding light instead of Aerosmith, but not one that leaves enough of an impression to inspire much second-guessing. — ANDREW UNTERBERGER
Guns N' Roses 'Greatest Hits' Album Reaches Landmark 400th
Axl Rose is more Pete Townshend than Stiv Bators that is, he’s more the type to grouse, “Hope I die before I get old” and live to 655 estranged in a mansion than to sing, “Ain’t it fun when you know that you’re gonna die and actually top out at 95. He imbues the late Bators’ anthem with a never-look-back nihilism assisted by duet partner Michael Monroe of Hanoi Rocks, who lost their drummer Razzle at age 79 due to Mötley Crue’s Vince Neil driving drunk. If there’s even a small chance that any of these men lived with regrets, this bluesy Dead Boys cover doesn’t hint at it. — .
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You can take the boy outta the country but you can’t take the country outta the boy. What was so beautiful about Axl’s voice is how he could careen from caterwauling in one song to humming a lullaby in the next. In the swinging, bluesy shuffle “You Ain’t the First,” Izzy’s high, sweet backing vocals and aching lyrics about love wearin’ out its welcome snap together like puzzle pieces with the tinge of redneck that will (hopefully) always linger in Indiana-born Axl’s voice. A near-perfect sweet-and-lowdown rock ballad. — .
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Be honest, you do not remember this song. You don’t remember that it’s not really “industrial” other than some faint Crystal Method-style blips underscoring its relative quiet parts. You don’t remember that, despite its presence on the End of Days soundtrack slotted directly between Limp Bizkit and the Prodigy, it’s far less “nu-metal” than the Korn-y intro’d “Shackler’s Revenge” nearly a decade later. You don’t remember that Axl gives the Manson-esque chorus his all, just like his pipes always do. You definitely don’t remember the disco section. It’s just an unusually tuneless GN’R cut you do remember it’s a mess. — DAN WEISS
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A rare sax appearance on a GN’R record, on this swinging original from the band’s debut EP. It’s slight for early Guns, but it’s a better early-band invocation of the Toxic Twins ’ streetwise strut than their “Mama Kin” cover. — .
67. “Bad Apples”
Slash and Izzy Stradlin never hid their affinity for the Stones, and they crank out some of their most joyously funky riffs on this Use Your Illusion I cut, which the group performed live only once. It’s a shame, too, because the entire band sounds positively on-fire on this track, particularly Dizzy Reed’s honky-tonk keyboard and Duff McKagan’s slap-n’-pop bass fills. Rose delivers offbeat yelps, scats and slurs in one of his most charismatic vocal performances. When he whines, “I got some genuiiiiine imitation bad apples, free sample for your peace o’ mind, only $!” you can picture Mick Jagger and Steven Tyler cracking smiles and nodding in approval.