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Appetite For Destruction (album) by Guns N' Roses

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Appetite For Destruction
Appetite For Destruction by Guns N' Roses (1987)
Overall rank: 70th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
78/100 (from 1,592 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top 5 albums of 1987 (2nd)
Award Top 10 albums of the 1980s (9th)
Award Top 100 albums of all time (70th)

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Guns N' Roses bestography

Appetite For Destruction is ranked as the best album by Guns N' Roses.

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Average Rating: 
78/100 (from 1,592 votes)
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From Drunkenuncle 5 days ago
Thought I was the only one that hates this album and the whole Guns 'n' roses. I mean there are few good songs no doubt about it, but it's true what the comment section says. They suck! Try to steal Led Zeppelin sound and make the rock great again... sure... whiny little cunts.
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From ihn
Absolutely terrible. Horrible vocals, boring guitar solos and boring songs. A sad excuse of a Led Zeppelin clone. I have absolutely no respect for Guns N' Roses.
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90/100
From lstevens
8.6/10

Top Tracks: "Welcome to the Jungle", "Paradise City", "Rocket Queen"
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90/100
Maior estreia de uma banda de rock e álbum com uma das maiores quantidades de clássicos de todos os tempos. Até hoje ressuscita adolescentes interiores de marmanjos.
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35/100
Ok. I get It. People like this kind of stuff, but really folks? Think with me for a second, counting for ALL the things that was released in that period, THIS deserves so much recognition? I now, this album sure impacted it's generation but it doesn't means that I is a Led Zeppelin or anything, I mean, come on, 71th best album of ALL time?
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80/100
Not as bad as the comments make it out to be. Really solid rock album. "Rocket Queen" is a banger, last two minutes are pure bliss.
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From Goliath
It's hard enough rating albums based on the music content without having to consider the views/personality defects of the artists that produce them. Many (most?) artists have 'unconventional' views, I just concentrate on the music, a great album from the homophobic Led Zep clones. I hardly think that Guns N Roses is a response to synth pop, like some kind of protest movement?
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Literally one female solo artist in the top 100 of this website, meanwhile these homophobic Led Zep-clones are up here. ‘80s ‘classic’ rock is the most obnoxious and childish response to synth pop, which was clearly the more interesting genre of the ‘80s. It marked the moment that people forgot that rock ‘n’ roll was invented by black people and Mick Jagger wore a dress in 1969. It is clear that rapper Young Thug has more understanding of rock ‘n’ roll than any of these little, insecure boys.
Fuck them and fuck everyone who wears their cringy t-shirts.

How’s that for controversial?
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65/100
From Vatsal
There is no reason for this to be ranked as high as it is.
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