No. 21, Billboard, The 300 Best-Selling Albums of All Time; No. 32, Entertainment Weekly, 100 Greatest Albums Ever; No. 36, Rate Your Music, The 100 Greatest Albums of All Time;
No. 62, Rolling Stone, The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time; No. 137, The Virgin All-Time Album Top 1000.
"Appetite for Destruction", painting by Robert Williams.
Replacement cover art designed by Michael Hodgson; artwork as tattoo by Bill White, Jr.; redrawn by Andy Engell. Album produced by Mike Clink. Geffen 1987.
The Appetite for Destruction album cover is one of the most recognizable pieces of album art in rock history, but the iconic ‘skulls’ graphic was
not the album’s original cover art. Based on the Robert Williams painting "Appetite for Destruction," the Guns N’ Roses original album
cover depicted a robotic sex offender about to be destroyed by a metal avenger. Due to the controversial nature of the art,
the band and Geffen Records chose to include the original art inside the album’s booklet after various music
retailers refused to stock the monumental record. Source More
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