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GNR Must Have Loved Making This Album,
By A Customer
This review is from: The Spaghetti Incident? (Audio CD)
After the two great »Use Your Illusion« double albums, with complicatedly arranged songs, Guns N'Roses must have felt like showing the World they still can do simple stuff as well. And they did good!
Through the power and musical talent expressed in every song on this mostly-punk album, you can just feel how the band loves to just play songs which have been its greatest inspiration sources.
From the heart-squeezing guitar and vocals on the opening track »Since I Don't Have You«, Guns N'Roses take the listener on a journey through their favourites. It goes via the all-over British punk song »Down On The Farm« (the album's best track) and the melodically rocking piano and percussion of »Human Being«, endning in the nearly melancholic unlisted track »The Game« by Charles Manson.
Guns N'Roses simply combines their joy of playing with their highly-developed musical skills on this tribute.
Somehow sad that it became the band's last release - but on the other hand, the joy of playing expressed on this album is a good way of ending.