After being banned by MTV for featuring graphic sex scenes, the music video was finally premiered on May 21.
A raunchy Guns N’ Roses video that was banned in the early 1990s has finally been released.
The group shot the promo, which features graphic sex scenes, for It’s So Easy at Hollywood’s notorious Cathouse club in 1989 and it was immediately banned by MTV.
With no YouTube and Vevo available, the bandmates were forced to shelve the racy film – and forget about it.
It was finally released on Monday, May 21 as part of the digitally restored issue of the band’s debut album Appetite for Destruction.
The It’s So Easy video can now be seen exclusively on Apple Music.
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