GnR Lies

by Guns N' Roses

(1988) Geffen

Description GNR's second album (of sorts) is for their hard-core audiance.
Posted By Jason Henderson (5681)
Directory Recordings: Rock/Pop
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On 7/11/2001, Jason Henderson (5681) posted:
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This the album that GNR released just for their hard core audiance to be satisfied until their next album release. The first four tracks were back then unreleased tracks that were before they were famous, and the other four brand new tracks (once again back then) that were special for the album.

1. Reckless Life 2. Nice Boys 3. Move To The City 4. Mama Kin 5. Patience 6. Used To Love Her 7. You're Crazy 8. One In A Million

The last four tracks are all accuistic, while the other four are heavy in eighties hair rock. It was, of course, before they found their core musical style. But the album still is pretty good, and has a lot of musical flavors on both sides. The romantically lonely ballad of "Patience" will have you crying while "Used To Love her", will have you laughing down to teh ground with your stomach hurting in laughter. This is a really good album, especially with the last tracks. Even though the very last track, One In A Million, is highly contraversial and racist in many ways, it has recently been pulled off from teh rereleased version of Lies. Axl's excuse? He said he was just releasing his anger.