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

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


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Director:

Paul Becher

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24 July 2005 | overmatik
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| They are a LIVE band!!!!!!
At this time, Guns 'N Roses were the greatest band in the world, with 2 albums released and 29 million copies sold only in USA! The first artist to win the Michael Jackson's MTV Awards (the golden moon man!) And this concert shows that the stage is where they feel more comfortable. The track-list is amazing, check it out:

1- You Could Be Mine 2- Drum and Guitar Solo 3- Theme from "The Godfather" 4- Sweet Child Of Mine 5- So Fine 6- Rocket Queen 7- Move To The City 8- Knockin' On Heaven's Door 9- Estranged 10- Paradise City (introducted by 'Mother' from Pink Floyd)

Axl was on top!!! the whole band was a hit!!! The Tokio Dome totally full, about 20.000 Japanese having the pleasure of attend a collection of songs that now make part of the Rock 'N Roll history!!!!

Just for reminder, there are 2 volumes, the other one is great too!!!

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Release Date:

8 December 1992

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Tokyo, Japan

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