They started the year as just another group of Sunset Strip stragglers, but March 26, , Guns N' Roses had joined the ranks of the record deal elite thanks to their freshly signed contract with Geffen Records. GNR's Geffen deal represented the culmination of a slow reversal of fortune that took several years and countless gigs in seedy bars. Before the decade was over, they'd become one of the biggest rock bands in the world, but it took a lot of time — both before and after signing their names to the label's contract. As she later told it , her GNR duties included allowing the band to use her one-bedroom apartment as a playpen — not to mention constantly corralling singer Axl Rose , who'd already earned a reputation for ill-timed mercurial behavior. While the group's grubby living situation added to the dangerous vibe that would ultimately help make them famous, it didn't help when it came to stuff like putting food or other, less legal substances on the table. Even in a scene clogged with hard rock hopefuls, the band managed to stand out, slowly cultivating a reputation for their powerful and unpredictable live show.
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More about: Guns N Roses. Check out the latest G N' R news. But the relationship between band's members new and old - both on and off the stage - has at times come to eclipse all that. A Guns. The newly formed group fused their respective names together to make Guns N' Roses. Before Tracii had even set foot on a stage he abandoned the project in favour of his former band.
World-famous rockstars have seen it all: jet-setting to shows around the globe, partying in the most exclusive clubs and carousing with endless groupies. But Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash might have them all beat. Slash, formally known as Saul Hudson, really saw it all when he walked in on David Bowie naked with his mom. He found the glam-rock icon in bed with his costume designer mother, Ola Hudson, when he was just 8 years old.
The song opens with the sounds of a coral sitar played by Stradlin. Stradlin's lyrics may have been inspired by a bondage encounter with a dominatrix and her client, which he described in an interview: . My Mexican friend Tony took me to meet this woman named Margot at her house.