Guns N' Roses - Welcome To Hell download album
Guns N' Roses Lyrics. Right Next Door To Hell". I'll take a nicotine, caffine, sugar fix Jesus don't ya git tired of turnin' tricks But when your innocence dies You'll find the blues Seems all our heroes were born to lose Just walkin' through time You believe this heat Another empty house another dead end street Gonna rest my bones an sit for a spell This side of heaven. Right next door to hell Why don't you write a letter to me yeah I said I'm right next door to hell An so many eyes are on me Right next door to hell I got.
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A look at Guns N' Roses' Welcome to the Jungle. Things get a little more complicated when it comes to the music. Slash told Spin in 1999 that the earth-shaking guitar part on "Welcome to the Jungle" was "just a riff I made sitting in my bedroom on an acoustic guitar, and Axl just happened to be there. Where he got the lyrics, I really have no idea, but when we actually put the song together, I think it took maybe an hour. In his 2007 autobiography Slash, the guitarist said the entire band expanded on that riff's basic foundation.
Welcome to the Jungle" is the first track from Guns N' Roses' debut album, Appetite for Destruction, and also on their Greatest Hits album. The song peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming their first significant hit single. The song was written by lead singer Axl Rose and was inspired by an encounter he had when first moving to . someone walked up to him and said "You know where you are?
Tablatura: Principal (guitarra). an most my friends they feel the same hell we don't even have ourselves to blame. A5 G5 A5 B5 D5 B5 another dead end street gonna rest my bones sit for a spell this side of heaven but times are hard and thrills are cheaper as your arms get shorter your pockets. A5 G5 A5 E5 D5 A5 E5 F this close to hell right next door to hell why don't ya write a letter to me get deeper right next door to hell why don't ya write a letter to me. D5 A5 i said i'm right next door to hell i said i'm right next door to hell
The story behind the song: Welcome To The Jungle by Guns N' Roses. In the late 80s when Guns N’ Roses became the biggest hard rock band in the world, nobody saw it coming, least of all the band’s lead guitarist. Slash was 22 when Guns N’ Roses’ debut album Appetite For Destruction was released in 1987. The album went on to sell more than 30 million copies worldwide and become the best-selling debut in US music history. But, as Slash says now: If somebody had told me it was gonna be this huge record, I’d have laughed in their face.
Guns N' Roses From the album Use Your Illusion 2 Released: June 1991 Label: Geffen Tracklist: 1. You Could Be Mine, 2. Civil War Official music video. Don't Cry. Guns N' Roses From the album Use Your Illusion 1 Released: September 1991 Label: Geffen Tracklist: 1. Don't Cry, 2. Don't Cry (alternative lyrics) Official music video. Live And Let Die. Guns N' Roses From the album Use Your Illusion 1 Released: December 1991 Label: Geffen Tracklist: 1. Live And Let Die, 2. Shadow Of Your Love, Live And Let Die (live) Official music video
Guns N' Roses knew this side of the city well: in 1985, they lived in a place on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles that they called "Hell House. The house was often filled with drugs, alcohol and groupies.
|A1||It's So Easy|
|A3||Out Ta Get Me|
|A4||Move To The City|
|B3||Sweet Child O' Mine|
|C1||Welcome To The Jungle|
|C2||Knockin' On Heavens Door|
|D2||Sweet Child O' Mine|
|D4||Welcome To The Jungle|
NotesAudience recording from Los Angeles Coliseum, October 18, 1989.
Songs on side D were recorded at The Ritz in New York 1988, and are uncredited on the sleeve.
Plain labels - white (A/B) and red (C/D).
|SL 87035||Guns N' Roses||Welcome To Hell (2xLP, Unofficial, Mul)||Starlight Records||SL 87035||US||1990|