Bigger than Motorhead

Bigger than Motorhead

Guns n’ Roses singer Axl Rose celebrates his 57th birthday today (February 6th) The band’s first album, Appetite for Destruction out in 1987 “made” the band especially the second single “Sweet Child o’ Mine” Slash actually thought the band was good but never dreamed how big they would become.

“It was just a rebellious hard-living rock’n’roll band. I didn’t expect it to be any bigger, realistically, than like, say, Motorhead. You know, I figured we’d have a following and I thought we were as good or better than any other rock’n’roll band at the time, but I just didn’t see it coming, you know.”