Guns N’ Roses
Greatest Hits
No wonder Axl Rose tried to block the release of Greatest Hits. First of all, it’s missing the vital singles “Night Train” and “Estranged.” Secondly, over a third of the songs featured are covers (“Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door, “Since I Don’t Have You”). And most importantly, many of Guns N’ Roses best cuts were never released to radio. People looking to be introduced to the band would be better served by picking up a copy of Appetite for Destruction. Die-hard fans should avoid at all costs.
—Chuck Teed

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