They were like nothing we had seen or heard before. From the opening growls of “Welcome to the Jungle” to the pop sensibilities of “Sweet Child O’ Mine” and the anthemic “Paradise City,” Guns N’ Roses was the next generation’s answer to Led Zeppelin. And “Appetite for Destruction” pulled back the curtain on the debauchery and insanity that was L.A. and the Sunset Strip in the mid-1980s. Sure, they used hairspray … but mainly just to light a Molotov cocktail to set fire to hair metal. Axl, Slash, and the boys would go on to sell a mere 30 million copies of “Appetite.” And they left a path of destruction in their wake.