Guns N' Roses: Use Your Illusion I (1992)

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A live concert filmed in Tokyo Dome, Japan on February 22, 1992.


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28 February 2010 | rhett_black
| Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion I Review
This is the first of two 'officially' released Guns N' Roses Concerts exhibiting one of their best live performances during their mammoth early 1990's world tour. The word 'official' is imperative for this band as they have very limited Geffen releases even though they were one of the most popular bands in the world in the late eighties, early nineties. This release is purely for true Guns N' Roses fans as Axl Rose does not display perfect vocals at times but is at his best in his most raw form. The set list is an excellent mix of Use Your Illusion & previous albums but must be complemented with it's sister release in Use Your Illusion II to get the full effect of this concert series in Tokyo, Japan. 'Nightrain' proves an energetic opener but it is not until 'Pretty Tied Up' that we see what this band is truly made of. Ironically this is possibly the best track on this video & it is from Use Your Illusion II. Also not to be missed is the infamous 'Welcome To The Jungle' intro & classic November Rain with Piano Solo.

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Wild Horses
Written by
Mick Jagger (uncredited) and Keith Richards (uncredited)
Performed by Guns N' Roses


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Documentary | Music


Release Date:

8 December 1992



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Filming Locations

Tokyo, Japan

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