The Guns N' Roses front man blasted his way into the 1990s with a river of shimmering red hair, an ear-piercing voice and a wardrobe filled with leather pants. In the mode of Steven Tyler and Mick Jagger, Axl Rose was long and lean and often appeared shirtless. Like all of us Rose has grown older and gained a bit of weight since his heydays as a 1990 hair-band rock legend. Unlike most of us, Rose did drugs and drank vats of alcohol and was prescribed medications for manic depression, which he may or may not have had. Living the life of a rock star certainly puts one onto a path of luxury, and Rose seems to have taken full advantage of that. He may have gained a bit of weight but he can still belt out a tune even at the ripe old age of 52.