Has it really been a quarter century since Guns N' Roses released their monster debut, Appetite for Destruction? It's true, it was in the summer of '87 that the world first got addicted to "Welcome to the Jungle," "Paradise City," "Sweet Child O' Mine."

Produced by Mike Clink (Megadeth, UFO), Appetite for Destruction is arguably the most important rock record of the past three decades and has gone on to sell more than 30 million copies.

With the 25th anniversary of Appetite for Destruction happening this weekend (July 21), Noisecreep sat down with original Guns drummer Steven Adler to discuss what he thinks makes Appetite for Destruction stand the test of time. In the video interview below, the drummer is sitting with the members of Adler, his new band who is gearing up to release their own debut album this year.

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