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Guns N’ Roses – Live in New York City 1988 (Limited Edition 12-Inch Album on 180g Yellow/Red Splatter Vinyl)

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This hand-numbered album is limited to just 500 copies.

Pressed on stunning heavyweight splatter vinyl, this release showcases Guns N’ Roses’ incendiary concert at The Ritz, New York, on 2 February 1988. The gig featured many of the band’s most iconic songs such as Welcome to the JungleParadise City and Sweet Child O’ Mine.

Guns N’ Roses landmark debut album Appetite for Destruction was released on 21 July 1987. The album went on to sell 30 million copies worldwide, making it the best selling debut album ever. Appetite for Destruction charted the blueprint for a new generation of rock and remains as one of the most influential albums of all time.

However, despite the album’s now legendary status, it wasn’t an immediate hit – it took about two years following its release for Appetite for Destruction to top the charts.

When Guns N’ Roses took the stage at The Ritz in February 1988, they were still a band with something to prove. Axl, Slash, Duff, Izzy and Steven promptly blew the audience away with a blistering performance that was equally intimate and explosive. 


Track Listing

Side One

  1. It’s So Easy
  2. Mr. Brownstone
  3. Out Ta Get Me
  4. Sweet Child O’ Mine
  5. My Michelle
  6. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

Side Two

  1. Welcome to the Jungle
  2. Nightrain
  3. Paradise City
  4. Mama Kin
  5. Rocket Queen


Format: Vinyl / 12” Album (Coloured Vinyl)

Label: Second Records

Catalogue No: SRFM0017SP

Barcode: 9003829979558

Release Date: 20 May 2022

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