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Guns N Roses Appetite For Destruction only £3.99 delivered
Guns N Roses Appetite For Destruction only £3.99 delivered

Guns N Roses Appetite For Destruction only £3.99 delivered

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track listing
1. Welcome To The Jungle | 2. It's So Easy | 3. Nightrain | 4. Out Ta Get Me | 5. Mr. Brownstone | 6. Paradise City | 7. My Michelle | 8. Think About You | 9. Sweet Child O' Mine | 10. You're Crazy | 11. Anything Goes | 12. Rocket Queen

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And quidco!!! Don't know how much tho:

2.5% for all shipped hardware sales
9% for other sales

Thanks for the post ]crazy3, I remember buying this second hand for about that much back in the day, top album!

And thank you ]Johnny Fear for the QuidCo information, it's always useful to have that.
(I would assume it's the 9% as CD's would not be classed as Hardware).

X10

Good post Crazy3!

(P.S. I added a pic :))

One of the greatest albums ever made!!!!

was about number 8 in channel 4's top 100 albums last night (although radioheads ok computer was number one ..a bit dodgy!!)

great post :thumbsup:

Jerichologan

...(although radioheads ok computer was number one ..a bit dodgy!!)great … ...(although radioheads ok computer was number one ..a bit dodgy!!)great post :thumbsup:



What's wrong with that!!! Excellent album IMHO... but I suppose not to everyone's taste. :-D

Editor

Great post, great album, thanks crazy3

Thanks crazy3 I have this already, but for those who don't, you can listen to music clips on the HMV page...

Great album and well worthy of being in the Top 100 of all time. As for Dido above Joni Mitchell, Oasis above The Beatles and Coldplay ahead of, say, Jeff Buckley...well!

10% off with N.U.S too, thought this was a t-shirt of it:( n/m

Jerichologan

(although radioheads ok computer was number one ..a bit dodgy!!)


In my opinion, OK Computer is probably the greatest achievement in any medium, let alone music.

Ah a great album to stick on when you have had a bad day or simply need cheering up. To think, this albums still sells nearly 6,000 copies a week, nearly 20 years after its release.
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