By john hunter
Still as good after all this time
By Video man!
A rockin' album from a rockin' band, you should definitely add it to your collection.
It's alright I suppose.
By Tosh Meldew
My least favourite g n' r album (not including the Spaghetti incident obviously) I still like it though. Coma is probably my favourite, but maybe not, I'm not a professional music reviewer.
Amazing. Personal favourite is "Bad Apples" but they're all great.
The strength of this album is hard to put into words. Great lyrics great riffs great solos great drums, truly powerful. If you haven't heard it you don't know what your missing. It also has my favourite song of all time, November Rain.
By claphams finest
great ablbum goes without saying, i just wonder if i tunes has an issue with axl rose? every review of guns n roses has something about him being a homophobic cowboy.
The Best Guns N Roses album
By Freddie Blake
This may be a tad controversial but this, in my opinion is their best work. From classics such as November Rain and Don't Cry to incredible materpieces such as Coma (their best track) this album has it all. Not to mention a strong influence from Izzy Stradlin, guns best songwriter (check out Dust n Bones and Double Talkin' Jive). Blues riffs from Slash are class, and Don't Damn Me is the most underated rock song EVER! Get it, you won't be dissapointed
Underated like hell !!!
By Izzy Guevara
Wot an album, brilliant songs,like all the GNR albums u can sit n lisen to it all d way threw just doin nufin, wit songs like
Garden of Eden
Dont Dam Me
Liv n let die
Dust n bones
even an appeerence from alice copper on the garden !!!!!
Guns and roses opus. It all climaxes in to these two albums. Awesome and tragic at the same time!!
A noise to melt the brain...
The Use Your Illusions have been called overblown and bloated albums, over-compensating for the fear of producing a flop follow-up to Appetite, but in reality songs like Right Next Door to Hell, Perfect Crime and Back off B**** have all the vitriol and power of the debut album, if not more. The addition of some Izzy Stradlin-penned songs is welcome here, adding a bluesy, harmonica-layered side not present in previous albums (harmonica by Hanoi-Rocks frontman Michael Monroe). And the legendary November Rain provides a glorious if somewhat classical-tinged centrepiece to the album. Axl's voice continues to sound like a mutant siren and John lee Hooker at the same time, and Slash's playing also sounds effortlessly awe-inspiring. Not a happy album, but thoroughly worth the money. The fact that GN'R made only three albums before ChinDem but are still a worldwide phenomenon shows how fantastic they were/are!