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8 thoughts on “ Nice Boys - Guns N Roses - Welcome To The Sessions (Vinyl, LP)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Welcome To The Sessions on Discogs. Label: Bird Dog Records (2) - IN • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Unofficial Release • Country: US • Genre: Rock •/5(3).
  2. G N' R Lies LP containing a free blue bandana similar to those worn by Axl Rose. Two sew-on Guns N' Roses patches. Packaged in a deluxe black box with red writing. No record label or catalog numbering can be found printed on the box. "It's So Easy" and "Sweet Child O' Mine" do not have barcodes/5(10).
  3. The US version of this bootleg. It has a nice quality finish, disc feels solid. The demos sound good, but some are just poor recordings. The Korean edition on "Bird Dog Records" (Welcome To The Sessions) appears to be a bootleg of a bootleg. Rough sleeve, thin and badly copied/5(3).
  4. GUNS N'ROSES - Back With A Bullet [Ger - ] Donington - Madison Bud Records - Side A: It's So Easy / Mr. Brownstone / You're Crazy / Paradise City / Blues Jam Side B: Welcome To The Jungle / Patience / Sweet Child O' Mine Side C: Intro / It's So Easy / Mr. Brownstone / Move To The City / Used To Love Her / Sweet Child O' Mine / Knockin' On .
  5. Guns N' Roses "Nice Boys": She hit town like a rose in bloom Smellin' sweet, said sweet perfume The color faded and the petal.
  6. Guns N' Roses Celebrated With Massive 'Appetite For Destruction: Locked N' Loaded Edition' Box Set Their Debut Album's Legacy Affirmed With Expansive Five-Disc, Seven-LP.
  7. Nice Boys This song is by Guns N' Roses and appears on the EP Live?!*@ Like A Suicide (). She hit town like a rose in bloom Smellin' sweet, said sweet perfume The color faded and the petals died Down in the city, no one cried In the streets, the garbage lies Protected by a million flies The roaches so big You know that they got bones They moved in and made a .
  8. Aug 04,  · Guns N’ Roses’ , Ritz shows GN’R’s loose, loud and wild show at New York rock club The Ritz captured the Hollywood rockers at their rawest.

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