Appetite for Destruction by Danny Sugerman
The Days of Guns N' Roses

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An updated version of the classic rock study that Publishers Weekly calls "a well-researched, deftly reasoned portrait." In this unconventional chronicle of the band, Sugerman uses precedents in literature and philosophy to draw parallels between Axl Rose and Rimbaud and traces the roots of rebellion all the way to Shelley, Nietzsche, and Byron. Photographs and illustrations.
 

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Published July 1, 1991 by St Martins Pr. 246 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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Well-researched and thought-provoking, if occasionally overwritten, this analysis of the phenomenal success of the rock band Guns n' Roses comes from the author of the Jim Morrison biography No One He

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Sugerman ( No One Here Gets Out Alive ) analyzes the phenomenal success of rock band Guns n' Roses and the larger meaning of rock 'n' roll in this thought-provoking work. Here, the same artistic impul

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