Guns N’ Roses Release Previously Unreleased Music Video From 1987

Ahead of a new box set


23 May 2018

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Guns N’ Roses have released a never before seen music video for ‘It’s So Easy’, off Appetite For Destruction.

The video was filmed at a gig in Los Angeles in 1987, but was rejected by MTV. It’s thought that that’s the reason it’s never surfaced before.

Speaking to NME, Axl Rose said: “If we made a nice video for MTV, we could put it out and sell more records and shit. But instead, we’re gonna spend 150 grand just to make something we want to see.”

The video’s release comes ahead of next month’s Appetite For Destruction box set, which will feature 73 tracks, 49 of which never saw the light of day (read more here)

The video is presently only available on Apple Music, so if you’ve got an account click here to watch it.

For those that don’t, here’s a short clip.

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There’s been lots of talk around Appetite with original drummer, Steven Adler in the country playing the iconic rock album from start to finish.

Let him take you back to the glory days of Gunners:

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By Ben Madden

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