Way back in 1989, Guns N'Roses shot a video for "It's So Easy" that never saw the light of day - until now. The band released the video on Apple Music to promote their upcoming Appetite For Destruction box set. The video includes live footage of Axl & company in their late-80's peak, performing at the Cathouse nightclub on the Sunset Strip. According to the rock legend, MTV rejected the video due to its raunchy scenes with barely-clad women. In the video, Axl tells the crowd they're making the video for themselves instead of "a nice video for MTV". Appetite For Destruction: Locked N'Loaded will be out in June.
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