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  1. W. Axl Rose

    W. Axl Rose

    900,524 views
    American singer-songwriter, musician

  2. Kelly Nickels

    Kelly Nickels

    11,848 views
    American musician

  3. Phil Lewis

    Phil Lewis

    11,837 views
    British singer

  4. Tracii Guns

    Tracii Guns

    7,167 views
    American musician

  5. Chris Holmes

    Chris Holmes

    5,735 views
    American musician

  6. Brent Muscat

    Brent Muscat

    3,535 views
    American musician

  7. L.A. Guns

    L.A. Guns

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    L.A. Guns is an American hard rock band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 1983. As of 2013, the lineup consists of Phil Lewis (vocals), Michael Grant (guitar), Scott Griffin (bass) and Steve Riley (drums, percussion). The first incarnation of the group was formed by Tracii Guns in 1983, but disbanded in 1985 following its merger with fellow Los Angeles group Hollywood Rose, becoming the first lineup of Guns N' Roses. The same year, the group was reformed by Guns and singer Paul Black adding Mick Cripps and Nickey Alexander. Black would soon be replaced by former Girl singer Phil Lewis while former Faster Pussycat bassist Kelly Nickels was added to the group. Later, Alexander would be replaced by former W.A.S.P. drummer Steve Riley with this being known as the "classic lineup" of L.A. Guns. They achieved moderate chart success in the late 1980s and early 1990s. However, the group went through numerous lineup changes (with Guns being the only consistent member) and failed to regain mainstream attention.


  8. Jizzy Pearl

    Jizzy Pearl

    2,340 views
    American musician

  9. Mick Cripps

    Mick Cripps

    1,705 views
    American musician

  10. Ralph Saenz

    Ralph Saenz

    1,329 views
    American musician

  11. Steve Riley

    Steve Riley

    1,104 views
    American musician

  12. Dilana

    Dilana

    969 views
    American, Musician

  13. Stacey Blades

    Stacey Blades

    621 views
    Canadian musician

  14. Scott Griffin

    Scott Griffin

    493 views
    American, Bassist

  15. Jeremy Guns

    Jeremy Guns

    392 views
    American, Bassist

  16. Ole Beich

    Ole Beich

    362 views
    Danish musician

  17. Brides of Destruction

    Brides of Destruction

    225 views

    Brides of Destruction were an American hard rock supergroup from Los Angeles, California, formed in 2002. The band's last lineup consisted of singer London LeGrand (vocals), Tracii Guns (lead guitar) and Scot Coogan (drums, percussion). Previous members of the band were Nikki Sixx (bass), Kris Kohls (drums), Adam Hamilton (keyboard), John Corabi (rhythm guitar), Scott Sorry (bass) and Ginger (rhythm guitar).


  18. Danny Nordahl

    Danny Nordahl

    201 views

    Danny Nordahl is a bass guitarist who is currently playing in the band Faster Pussycat.


  19. Adam Hamilton

    Adam Hamilton

    133 views
    American, Musician

  20. Kenny Kweens

    Kenny Kweens

    91 views
    American, Musician

  21. L.A. Guns

    L.A. Guns (1997)

    73 views

    L.A. Guns is the first official full length album of the band L.A. Guns. This album was released in 1988. Following the success of the second album, Cocked & Loaded, this album reached gold status in the US.


  22. Cocked & Loaded

    Cocked & Loaded (1989)

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    Cocked & Loaded is the second full-length album from the band L.A. Guns, and their first to reach gold certification.


  23. Rob Gardner (musician)

    Rob Gardner (musician)

    41 views
    American, Musician

  24. Covered In Guns

    Covered In Guns (2009)

    34 views

    Covered in Guns is a cover album released by Phil Lewis's version of L.A. Guns in 2010.


  25. Hollywood Vampires

    Hollywood Vampires (1995)

    30 views

    Hollywood Vampires is the third official full-length L.A. Guns album. Released in 1991, the meticulous production gives the album a sound typical of the period — a full sound, with lots of background harmony vocals, layered guitars and additional keyboard tracks. The album starts in a more somber note with "Over the Edge", which was used in the film Point Break, but the bulk of it consists of standard hard rockers, such as "Kiss My Love Goodbye" and "My Koo Ka Choo". The band aims for the ballad hit several times, in "Crystal Eyes", "It's Over Now" and the 1950s-style "I Found You", attempting to repeat the earlier success of their major single "The Ballad of Jayne". While no track from the album topped the charts (and the band's success declined soon afterwards as their style fell out of commercial favor), Hollywood Vampires presents various shades of the band and is representative of the late 1980s/early 1990s heavy metal scene, with riff-laden songs and big choruses on every song. The Japan pressing adds the original version of "Ain't the Same" from the Cuts EP, with the addition of several saxophone solos. The original CD and cassette releases featured a 3-D photo cover and a small pair of 3-D glasses was included.


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