I started listening to GN'R back in '88-89 when I first heard
Paradise City. I bought Appetite For Destruction
and loved it. There wasn't anything like it out at that time.
Then I bought GN'R Lies. That was a great record too. To
me GN'R was the first band that I really liked. They got me interested
in music. I started buying music magazines and watching music
shows on TV. In '89 I read that there was a new GN'R album on
the way... When it finally was released on the 16th of September
in 1991 I had been waiting for it for over two years. Also in
1991 I went to see GN'R at the Globe in Stockholm. Now, that was
a great show! It was a little weird to hear new songs for the
first time, but I was among the first 16000 people in Sweden to
hear some new GN'R tracks! :-)
I started to work on these pages in the autumn of 1996
and Here Today... Gone To Hell!
opened on the 26th of October.
On May 23rd 2002 the site was moved for the first time and it
got a new URL, www.heretodaygonetohell.com.
In February 2003 it was time to move again.
The latest move happened in July 2004 when the message board and site were moved to a new server.
If you wonder why this site is called Here
Today... Gone To Hell! It's because, that's what's
printed on the back of the GN'R T-shirt that I bought at the show
Almost everything made by Jarmo Luukkonen
Special thanks to: Jukka-Pekka Luukkonen (PHP stuff, betatesting
Thanks to: Jukka Kylli & Carl-Henrik Uvesten
Message board crew: Adam, Amanda, Chris, Christos, Danny,
Jim, Laura, Laura, Marijke, Mika, Tyrel, Will
Pasi Kurvinen & Mikko Härmä (mp3
encoding back in the early days) and also Adi (message
board hosting 2002-2004)
Thanks also to: To everybody who sent me news, articles etc....
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