Guns N’ Roses: Danger Lurks Beyond The Doors
Simon Reynolds, The Observer, 25 August 1991
No other rock band today provokes such polarised opinions as Guns N' Roses. For some, they are 'the most dangerous band in the world', heirs to the delinquent lineage of the Rolling Stones and the Sex Pistols.
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