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Guns N’ Roses Share Raunchy (And Allegedly Banned) Video For ‘It’s So Easy’

Written by Sam Murphy on May 22, 2018

Guns N’ Roses have shared a never-before-seen music video for their track ‘It’s So Easy’.

The video for the Appetite for Destruction track from 1987 was filmed at a gig in Los Angeles that year but it’s alleged that the video never surfaced because it was rejected by MTV.

As you’ll see, it’s a pretty raunchy clip and because of that it’s remained unseen for three decades.

“If we made a nice video for MTV, we could put it out and sell more records and shit. But instead, we’re gonna spend 150 grand just to make something we want to see,” Axl Rose said about the track (via NME) which comes ahead of the Appetite for Destruction box set.

Next month, the band will release the box set which features 73 tracks. 49 of them have never been released. It also features a 96-page hardcover book.

The ‘It’s So Easy’ video is currently only available to watch on Apple Music. If you’ve got an account you can head here, otherwise there’s a short clip below.

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