Wednesday, February 14, 2007

B-Side Of The Week: Guns N' Roses

I used to love Guns N' Roses. But I had to...move on. When I was in high school I couldn't get enough of their music, and Slash's guitar stylings still do it for me to this day. That being said, I don't really listen to them anymore, and I couldn't care less about Axl Rose's Chinese Democracy. So this week's b-side is more of a curious test on my part. I'm wondering if this early-era track will have any appeal to the folks who stop by this blog. "Shadow Of Your Love", off the "Live And Let Die" single, is a blistering rocker, featuring the group in its original form, kicking it like the hungry young band that they were. Takes me back...
Guns N' Roses - "Shadow Of Your Love"
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Previous B-Sides Of the Week:

Centro-Matic - "Not Like Anyone Would Mind"
Nirvana - "Even In His Youth"
Radiohead - "Bishop's Robes"
Catherine Wheel - "Capacity To Change"
The Black Crowes - "Waitin' Guilty"
Jeff Buckley - "Thousand Fold"
Idlewild - "Good Times Wasted"
Foo Fighters - "Baker Street"
Muse - "Fury"
Screaming Trees - "Silver Tongue"
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - "Loaded Gun"
Stereophonics - "Carrot Cake And Wine"
Oasis - "Let's All Make Believe"

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