Ain't It Fun

Album: The Day The Earth Met The Rocket From The Tombs (1975)
  • This song was recorded during a February 1975 loft rehearsal. It is about becoming disillusioned with hard drugs after they begin to take a toll on your life. Peter Laughner, who co-wrote this song, lost his battle with drug and alcohol abuse in June 1977 when he died of complications brought on by his abuse.
  • This song has been covered by Guns 'N' Roses and Henry Rollins. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Erik - Bloomfield Hills, MI, for above 2

Comments: 4

  • Michael from Staten Island, NySorry Todd, I'd have to agree with Blane one that one. G n' R played this song with more power in my opinion.
  • Joel from Columbia, ScInteresting song. Sounds a lot like Lynard Skynard.
  • Todd from Toronto, Canadanaw the dead boys one is the best GnR ruin most punk songs, they kick though, and duff sings better punk
  • Blane from Pocola, OkGnR version is the best
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