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 Post subject: Re: Even more Guns N Roses Hilarity
PostPosted: Fri July 13, 2018 3:10 am 
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Isn't the Appetite box set like 900 dollars?

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I'm seeing them today. First time ever.


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 Post subject: Re: Even more Guns N Roses Hilarity
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40000 people in scorching heat, and Guns N'Roses showed up on time. Not a bad start. The ticket was about $104, unless you were in the golden circle (more expensive). T-shirts between $42-50, and lots of people buying at all times. The beer was $10. Lots of food to choose from (food trucks galore), although I didn't eat any.

They played exactly the same setlist as earlier in the tour, 32 songs. It's got nine covers, seven songs from Appetite, and a a few songs from each of the other albums. My highlights were Welcome To The Jungle, Yesterdays, Nightrain and Paradise City. At their best they were everything you could want from them, at their worst, they were both erratic, screeching or chose boring songs. Still, I'll give them a pass. They put on a good long show, with lots of classic songs performed admirably. I also had a great time with my friends, and everyone around us seemed really happy. Was nice finally seeing Gn'R after listening to them (on and off) since the 80s.


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 Post subject: Re: Even more Guns N Roses Hilarity
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Anders wrote:
40000 people in scorching heat, and Guns N'Roses showed up on time. Not a bad start. The ticket was about $104, unless you were in the golden circle (more expensive). T-shirts between $42-50, and lots of people buying at all times. The beer was $10. Lots of food to choose from (food trucks galore), although I didn't eat any.

They played exactly the same setlist as earlier in the tour, 32 songs. It's got nine covers, seven songs from Appetite, and a a few songs from each of the other albums. My highlights were Welcome To The Jungle, Yesterdays, Nightrain and Paradise City. At their best they were everything you could want from them, at their worst, they were both erratic, screeching or chose boring songs. Still, I'll give them a pass. They put on a good long show, with lots of classic songs performed admirably. I also had a great time with my friends, and everyone around us seemed really happy. Was nice finally seeing Gn'R after listening to them (on and off) since the 80s.

I saw them about 15 months ago and that could have been my review and feelings almost word-for-word (except I did eat).

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 Post subject: Re: Even more Guns N Roses Hilarity
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Anders wrote:
40000 people in scorching heat, and Guns N'Roses showed up on time. Not a bad start. The ticket was about $104, unless you were in the golden circle (more expensive). T-shirts between $42-50, and lots of people buying at all times. The beer was $10. Lots of food to choose from (food trucks galore), although I didn't eat any.

They played exactly the same setlist as earlier in the tour, 32 songs. It's got nine covers, seven songs from Appetite, and a a few songs from each of the other albums. My highlights were Welcome To The Jungle, Yesterdays, Nightrain and Paradise City. At their best they were everything you could want from them, at their worst, they were both erratic, screeching or chose boring songs. Still, I'll give them a pass. They put on a good long show, with lots of classic songs performed admirably. I also had a great time with my friends, and everyone around us seemed really happy. Was nice finally seeing Gn'R after listening to them (on and off) since the 80s.


Im glad you have a good time. I saw them twice first with Axl´s band and now with this lineup and they were fuckin good this last time. I hope i can see them a third time...i love that they have been adding songs to their setlist.

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