Axl Rose is one of rock's most colourful figures and yet his story has never been properly told until now. Mick Wall knew the original line up of Guns N' Roses before they were famous and has interviewed them many times. Drawing on exclusive unpublished material he has written a no-holds barred study of the turbulent life and career of the group's singer and leader.
Wall describes Axl's difficult childhood in Indiana and how, after escaping to LA he and his fledgling band struggled to survive until they were signed up by Geffen in 1986. The first album Appetite for Destruction turned them into stars but the band's lurid lifestyle took its toll - they embarked on a two-year tour that sounded the death knell for the original line-up. As their lives slipped out of control, the original members bar Axl all left. Axl himself turned into an increasingly reclusive figure. For the past thirteen years he has been working on a long-awaited album, Chinese Democracy, and finally in 2006 re-emerged into public view as the lastest Gun N' Roses line-up embarked on a world tour.
Scrupulously researched and vividly written, W. Axl Rose is an explosive biography of rock's biggest living legend.Biografía del autor:
Mick Wall is one of Britain's best known music journalists. Formerly editor in chief of Classic Rock magazine, he still writes for Mojo. His previous books include the bestselling biography John Peel, Run to the Hills, the authorized biography of Iron Maiden and Diary of a Madman, the official biography of Ozzy Osbourne.
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Descripción Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2007. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110283070471