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February 22, 2007

Having sold an estimated 90 million albums worldwide, Guns’n’Roses rate among America’s most successful hard rock bands. The band’s musical style, onstage presence, and image helped usher in a new era within the dominant hard rock and heavy metal scene of the 1980s. While glam metal was the leading genre in record sales, video charts, and radio airplay, Guns N’ Roses offered a grittier, more traditionalist take on rock music, which helped to popularize the sub-genre known as sleaze rock and won many fans who admired their apparent authenticity.

The band enjoyed worldwide success from 1987 through 1993, but clashing personalities of different band menbers brought about the end of the original line-up.

The unauthorized biography “November Rain In Paradise City” is packed with interviews, new “insider” revelations of the band, and behind-the-scenes footage which tells the whole story of Guns’n’Roses, from the beginning, to the end!

November Rain In Paradise City (Release Date: 03132007)

November Rain In Paradise City

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