Guns N' Roses unearth original 'It's So Easy' music video

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Guns N' Roses are gearing up to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their classic debut album Appetite For Destruction later next month, and to keep the hype train rolling, they've released the original music video for lead single 'It's So Easy'.

Recorded a year after the release of the single in 1989 at a L.A dive bar The Cathouse, 'It's So Easy' sees the Gunners do what they do best - sweat profusely, lurch across a stage wearing tight leather pants (possibly the cause for excessive sweating), cuss incessantly, and play some of the hardest and fastest rock n' roll of the late '80s. You'll need an Apple Music account to watch the full video, but you can suss out a preview of the original clip here.

 

 

Last month, Guns 'N Roses ended speculation by announcing a huge boxset reissue to celebrate 30 years of Appetite For Destruction, compiling an assortment of remastered tracks, original B-Sides, unheard demos, posters, and a hardcover book featuring photos taken by Axl Rose while on tour. However, with a price tag hitting over $1000 for the deluxe Locked 'N Loaded Edition, this one might be for the slightly obsessed super fans out there. Tuck away some cash and surpise your old man for Father's Day; we promise it's exactly what he wants. 

 

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