Guns N' Roses Encyclopaedia by Mick O'Shea

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In a detailed account of one of the most celebrated bands in rock music history, this compendium covers every aspect of the renowned group, Guns N’ Roses. The chapters review both past and present members, songs, albums, bootlegs, concerts, festivals, events, friends, enemies, and associated bands. Not since the classic era of the Rolling Stones has another band epitomized the spirit of rock 'n' roll as perfectly as Guns N’ Roses. And so more than 15 years since their last record and with only one original member remaining, they continue to retain the love of rock music fans everywhere who rightfully regard their records to be amongst the best ever recorded. Illustrated with hundreds of photographs, records, memorabilia, and other artifacts, this tome will appeal to the band’s millions of fans and rock 'n' roll gurus alike.


About Mick O'Shea

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Mick O'Shea is the first person to successfully navigate the Mekong River. He is an expert adventurer who enjoys white-water rafting, trekking, kayaking, and camping. He is the cofounder and CEO of Wildside Eco Tours, which specializes in travel and eco-tourism in Laos.
Published May 1, 2008 by Chrome Dreams. 300 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Education & Reference, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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