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Guns N' Roses
'Live At The Marquee'
(Alan Niven Remastered)
Appetite for Destruction Tour
The Marquee Club, London, England
Sunday June 28th, 1987

Soundboard Recording
Excellent Sound Quality
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3

Track List: (Artwork Included)
01. Welcome To The Jungle  4:57
02. Out Ta Get Me  4:56
03. Rocket Queen  7:10
04. Nightrain  3:59
05. My Michelle  4:22
06. It's So Easy  3:29
07. Mr. Browstone  4:02
08. Don't Cry  5:10
09. You're Crazy  4:25
10. Paradise City  6:51
1st Encore
Knockin' On Heaven's Door [Missing]
11. Whole Lotta Rosie  7:37
2nd Encore
12. Knockin' On Heaven's Door  4:37
13. Move To The City  3:18
14. Mama Kin  4:22

Excellent Soundboard recording
Lineage: SBD > Alan Niven master remastered > CDR > DBPOWERAMP > WAV > Flac
Lineage: SBD > Silver bootleg CD "Live Samurai - Vol 2" > EAC > WAV > Flac

The most complete recording of this legendary show, - only missing the first take of "Knockin' On Heaven's Door" - comes from the remastered Alan Niven master in addition with "Whole Lotta Rosie" restored to its worthy place taken from the bootleg "Live Samurai - Vol 2" as only this version proved to be the one suited in the sound quality presented by the main source. Another bootleg offering this show, titled "London Calling" was released by Metal Sword in 2006 and is based on the original master recording as provided by Alan Niven - also lacking "Whole Lotta Rosie". This is sourced from the same master recording, only it has been remastered and mixed at some point with additional (fake) audience noise. Originally uploaded by GNR4EVER69. - Buda

NOTES - As it turned out, Guns N' Roses' third and last show at the Marquee proved to be one of their most successful appearances the band ever gave with absolutely breathtaking performances following one after the other. The band is in peak form and playing in total unison resulting a slick and professional show. It's also a rare opportunity at a Guns concert for both performers and audience to interact and expand with each other and tonight both enjoyed the opportunity to really get into things. 

Guns N' Roses 'Live At The Marquee' (Alan Niven Remastered) Appetite for Destruc

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