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Debut of the decade, 6 février 2001
This is the finest piece of work from the Roses and it's the one which made them who they were. In the decade and a half since the album came out, no artist has produced a debut as big or as musically dynamic as this one. When G 'n' R were being compared to bands such as The Rolling Stones, Queen and AC/DC, it was down to all the tracks on this album and their subsequent tour from it. They were well founded comparisons too and by the time the EP "Lies" was released, it was easy to imagine the Roses future as one of the greatest rock acts ever. Every song on the album stands out as a musical masterpiece of it's own. To label "Sweet Child O' Mine" a ballad, doesn't do justice to one of the greatest love songs ever written. It nestles perfectly amongst powerful, grinding rock songs like "It's So Easy", "Welcome to the Jungle" and "Nightrain." Theres a lesson to be learned for all musicians from this era of G 'n' R. When you've got a collection of musicians who work well with each other, no matter how volatile and single minded they are, strive to keep them together.