By Erin Blewett

Guns N’ Roses | still from video

On August 4, 1988, LA rock n’ roll bad boys Guns N’ Roses rolled through Philadelphia for a show at The Spectrum opening for Aerosmith. The notoriously bombastic crew was on the cusp of international fame as well as internal and external explosion.

Earlier that month, their debut Appetite For Destruction – the biggest selling debut in rock history – had just reached number one on the charts, and remained there for five weeks. Soon after they would release GN’R Lies, the record responsible for enthralling anthems for the youth of the time like “Move …read more