Guns N’ Roses Revived With Axl Rose’s Shrieks, Tantrums: Review
Axl Rose is fashionably late -- again -- and doesn’t apologize. As he wheels his bandwagon around the world, the Guns N’ Roses front man will never cut a sympathetic figure: he’s a peculiarly unpleasant force.
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