Guns N’ Roses is an American hard rock band that formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1985. Complete history of Guns N’ Roses:

Throughout their career, Guns N’ Roses has sold over 100 million records worldwide, making them one of the best-selling bands of all time. They have influenced countless rock acts with their blend of hard rock, punk, and blues. Guns N’ Roses’ music is characterized by Axl Rose’s distinctive vocals, Slash’s iconic guitar solos, and their ability to create memorable anthems. Despite the challenges and controversies, the band’s impact and their catalog of timeless hits have solidified their status as rock legends.

Here’s an expanded list of albums by Guns N’ Roses:

  1. Appetite for Destruction (1987): Guns N’ Roses’ debut album that catapulted them to international fame with hits like “Sweet Child o’ Mine,” “Welcome to the Jungle,” and “Paradise City.” It remains one of the best-selling debut albums of all time.
  2. G N’ R Lies (1988): An album that combined four new studio tracks with previously released material from the band’s debut EP “Live ?!*@ Like a Suicide.” It featured the acoustic ballad “Patience” and the controversial track “One in a Million.”
  3. Use Your Illusion I (1991): The first installment of the ambitious double album project, which showcased the band’s musical diversity and expanded their sound beyond their hard rock roots. It included hits such as “November Rain,” “Don’t Cry,” and “Live and Let Die.”
  4. Use Your Illusion II (1991): The second part of the double album project, featuring notable tracks like “Estranged,” “You Could Be Mine,” and the cover of Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.” It achieved commercial success and critical acclaim.
  5. “The Spaghetti Incident?” (1993): An album consisting entirely of cover songs, paying homage to the band’s punk and rock ‘n’ roll influences. It featured tracks like “Since I Don’t Have You,” “Hair of the Dog,” and “Ain’t It Fun.”
  6. Chinese Democracy (2008): Guns N’ Roses’ long-awaited sixth studio album, released after years of delays and lineup changes. It showcased a more experimental and modern sound, with Axl Rose as the sole remaining original member. The album included tracks like “Better,” “Chinese Democracy,” and “This I Love.”

In addition to these studio albums, Guns N’ Roses has also released live albums, such as “Live Era ’87-’93” (1999), which captured their energetic performances from the late ’80s and early ’90s. They have also released compilation albums, including “Greatest Hits” (2004), which featured a selection of their most popular songs.

Furthermore, Guns N’ Roses has contributed tracks to various soundtracks and tribute albums throughout their career, showcasing their versatility and expanding their discography.