I follow a lot of journalists on Twitter and one of the cool things about that is they sometimes tweet links to their classic stories.
A good case in point, this forgotten Rolling Stone gem from 2007 about the making of Guns n’ Roses’ Appetite for Destruction…
Axl Rose was lying nude inside a Manhattan recording studio’s darkened vocal booth, working out some unorthodox last-minute overdubs. Tape was rolling, and he knew something wasn’t right. Beneath him was a cute nineteen-year-old stripper named Adriana Smith, who happened to be his drummer’s girlfriend. “Come on, Adriana, make it real,” Rose barked, pausing mid-coitus. “Stop faking!”
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