GUNS N' ROSES G N'R LIES UNCENSORED SEXY NUDE NUDITY 12" Vinyl LP Album

  The album cover of "Lies" depicts a newspaper article with various text written on it, alongside images. The original version of the album cover included the headines "Wife-beating has been around for 10,000 years" and "Ladies, welcome to the dark ages", which both become very controversial, due to the misogyny nature of both sentences. They were quickly replaced with "Lies Lies Lies" and "Elephant Gives Birth to Midget" respectively.

 

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"LIES" Album Description:

Guns N' Roses, an iconic rock band that emerged from the gritty streets of Los Angeles in the late '80s, left an indelible mark on the music industry. One of their lesser-known yet controversial works, "G N'R Lies," stands out not only for its raw musicality but also for the explicit and uncensored content that fueled both criticism and fascination.

The Genesis:

Released on November 29, 1988, in the UK, "G N'R Lies" is a unique album that combines tracks from the band's debut EP "Live?!@ Like a Suicide" and four new acoustic recordings. This fusion of electric and acoustic elements showcased the band's versatility, proving that they could master both hard-hitting rock anthems and soulful acoustic ballads.

The Controversy Unveiled:

Beyond the musicality, the album sparked controversy due to its explicit lyrical content and cover art. Tracks like "Used to Love Her" and "One in a Million" faced backlash for their controversial themes, including misogynistic undertones and racial slurs.

The Making of "G N'R Lies":

The recording process was a departure from the band's typical hard-rock sound. The acoustic sessions, recorded at Rumbo Studios in Los Angeles, revealed a more intimate side of Guns N' Roses. The decision to include tracks from the EP was strategic, creating a comprehensive collection that highlighted the band's evolution.

Critical Reception:

Despite the controversy, "G N'R Lies" received mixed reviews from critics. Some praised the band's musical range and daring approach, while others condemned the explicit content, deeming it offensive. However, the album's sales soared, reflecting the public's insatiable curiosity about Guns N' Roses' rebellious spirit.

Legacy and Impact:

"G N'R Lies" remains a pivotal moment in the band's history, capturing a snapshot of Guns N' Roses at a time when their rebellious image was at its peak. The controversy surrounding the album only added to the mystique of the band, solidifying their status as rock legends.

Music Genre:

  Hard Rock / Heavy Metal 

Album Production Information:

  Produced by Mike Clink

Record Label Information:

  Geffen Records 924 198 WX 218 (924198) / UZI Suicide

Media Format:

  12" Vinyl LP Record 
Album weight 230 grams  

Year & Country:

  1986 Made In Germany
Band Members and Musicians on: Guns n' Roses G N'R Lies
    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Axl Rose - lead vocals

      W. Axl Rose (Full-name; William Bruce Rosenthal JR.) an American singer, songwriter, and musician. He is the lead vocalist of the rock band Guns N' Roses. Born in Lafayette, Indiana in 1962, Rose co-founded Guns N' Roses in Los Angeles in 1985 and quickly rose to fame with the band's debut album, "Appetite for Destruction," which was released in 1987. The album was a huge commercial success and is considered one of the greatest debuts in rock history. Over the years, Rose has been known for his powerful voice, energetic live performances, and outspoken persona. Despite numerous lineup changes and controversy, Guns N' Roses has continued to tour and record music.

      His parents are William Bruce Rose SR. and Sharon Elizabeth Lintner. His only sister is Amy Bailey.W hen he was 22 years old, his father William Bruce Rose SR. died (1984).

      He married Erin Everly in 1990. He was 28 years old when he married Erin Everly. His partner is Stephanie Seymour. He got divorced from Stephanie Seymour in 1993. He got divorced from Erin Everly in 1991. He has one step.son with Stephanie Seymour: Dylan Rosenthal.

  • Slash - lead guitar, acoustic guitar

      Slash (Full-name; Saul Hudson) a British-American guitarist, songwriter, and producer. He is was the lead guitarist of the rock band Guns N' Roses, which he co-founded in 1985. Slash's bluesy, classic rock-inspired playing style and solos helped define the sound of Guns N' Roses and made him one of the most recognizable and influential guitarists of the 1980s and 1990s. He has also been a member of several other bands, including Velvet Revolver and Slash's Snakepit. In 2012, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Guns N' Roses.

      Saul Hudson was born in Hampstead, London, England, United Kingdom on 23/7/1965. He is the first child of Anthony Hudson and Ola Jorjan Oliver 12/10/1946. His only brother is Albion "Ash" Hudson 1972.

      When he was 43 years old, his mother Ola Jorjan Oliver died (05/06/2009).

      On 10/10/1992, he married Renée Suran. On 15/10/2001, he married Perla Ferrar. He was 27 years old when he married Renée Suran. He was 36 years old when he married Perla Ferrar. He got divorced from Renée Suran in 1997. He has two children with Perla Ferrar: London Emilio Hudson 2002, Cash Anthony Hudson 2004.

  • Izzy Stradlin - rhythm guitar, backing vocals, acoustic guitar, vocals on "Used to Love Her"

      Izzy Stradlin (Real-name: Jeffrey Dean Isbell) an American musician, singer, and songwriter, the co-founder and former guitarist of the rock band Guns N' Roses. Stradlin was born on April 8, 1962, in Lafayette, Indiana. He grew up in a musical family and started playing guitar at a young age.

     In 1985, Stradlin co-founded Guns N' Roses with lead singer Axl Rose and drummer Steven Adler. He was the rhythm guitarist for the band and also contributed backing vocals. With Guns N' Roses, Stradlin helped the band achieve worldwide success and critical acclaim. The band's debut album, "Appetite for Destruction," was released in 1987 and became one of the best-selling albums of all time. Stradlin wrote and co-wrote several songs for Guns N' Roses, including "Patience," "You're Crazy," and "Don't Cry."

     After leaving Guns N' Roses in 1991, Stradlin pursued a solo career and released several solo albums, including "Izzy Stradlin and the Ju Ju Hounds" (1992) and "On Down the Road" (1999). He also played with other bands, including the Beach Boys and the band Hagar Schon Aaronson Shrieve.

     Throughout his career, Stradlin has been recognized for his contributions to music and his distinctive guitar style. Despite his success with Guns N' Roses, Stradlin has maintained a low profile and has avoided the public spotlight, preferring to focus on his music and family. He continues to tour and record music and is considered one of the greatest guitarists in rock and roll history.

  • Duff McKagan - bass, backing vocals, acoustic guitar

      Duff McKagan (Full-name: Michael Andrew "Duff" McKagan) Duff McKagan is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and bassist. He is a member of the rock band Guns N' Roses, which he co-founded in 1985. He played bass guitar and provided backing vocals for the band from 1985 to 1997, and then again from 2016 to present day.

     McKagan was born on February 5, 1964, in Seattle, Washington. He grew up in a musical family and started playing bass at the age of 15. In the early 1980s, he co-founded the band The Fastbacks, but eventually left the band to join Guns N' Roses.

     With Guns N' Roses, McKagan helped the band achieve worldwide success and critical acclaim. The band's debut album, "Appetite for Destruction," was released in 1987 and became one of the best-selling albums of all time. McKagan wrote and co-wrote several songs for Guns N' Roses, including "It's So Easy," "Used to Love Her," and "Don't Cry."

     After leaving Guns N' Roses in 1997, McKagan went on to pursue a solo career and also played with other bands, including Velvet Revolver and Loaded. He has also released several solo albums, including "Believe in Me" (1993) and "Beautiful Disease" (1999).

     In addition to his musical career, McKagan is also a writer and financial journalist. He has written for several publications, including Seattle Weekly and Playboy, and has published two books: "It's So Easy (and Other Lies)" (2011), a memoir about his life and career, and "How to Be a Man (and Other Illusions)" (2015), a collection of essays on a variety of topics.

     Throughout his career, McKagan has received recognition for his contributions to music, including being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Guns N' Roses in 2012. He continues to tour and record music with Guns N' Roses and is widely regarded as one of the greatest bassists in rock and roll history.

     Personal life of: Michael Andrew "Duff" McKagan was born in Seattle, King, Washington, United States on February 5, 1964. His parents are Elmer "Mac" McKagan and Marie -?-. His only brother is Bruce McKagan.

     On May 28, 1988, he married Mandy Brixx. He married Linda Johnson in 1992. On August 28, 1999, he married Susan Elizabeth Holmes May 5, 1972. He was 24 years old when he married Mandy Brixx. He was 28 years old when he married Linda Johnson. He was 35 years old when he married Susan Elizabeth Holmes, who was 27 years old at that time. He got divorced from Mandy Brixx on April 1, 1990. He got divorced from Linda Johnson in 1995. He has two children with Susan Elizabeth Holmes: Grace Elizabeth McKagan 1997, Mae Marie McKagan 2000.

  • Steven Adler - drums

      Steven Adler (Real-name: an American musician, best known as the former drummer of the rock band Guns N' Roses. Adler was born on 22 January 1965, in Cleveland, Ohio. He grew up in a musical family and started playing drums at the age of 12.

    In 1985, Adler co-founded Guns N' Roses with lead singer Axl Rose and guitarist Izzy Stradlin. He was the drummer for the band from its inception until 1990, when he was fired due to drug addiction. With Guns N' Roses, Adler helped the band achieve worldwide success and critical acclaim. The band's debut album, "Appetite for Destruction," was released in 1987 and became one of the best-selling albums of all time.

    After leaving Guns N' Roses, Adler played with several other bands, including Road Crew, Suki Jones, and Adler's Appetite. He has also appeared on several reality TV shows, including "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" and "Sober House."

    Throughout his career, Adler has struggled with drug addiction, which has had a significant impact on his personal and professional life. Despite these challenges, he has continued to play music and tour with various bands. He has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Guns N' Roses in 2012.

Track Listing of: Guns n' Roses G N'R Lies

The Song/tracks on "Guns n' Roses G N'R Lies" are

  • Reckless Life (Duff McKagan, Izzy Stradlin, Slash) 3:20
  • Nice Boys (Rose Tattoo) 3:02
  • Move to the City (Stradlin, Del James, Chris Weber) 3:42
  • Mama Kin (Steven Tyler) 3:57
  • Patience (Stradlin) 5:56
  • Used to Love Her (Stradlin) 3:13
  • You're Crazy (Axl Rose, Slash, Stradlin) 4:10
  • One in a Million (Rose) 6:10
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