Concert Sounds

Axl stops the show two times  in the December 5th 1992 concert in River Plate, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Axl stops the music and gives shit to crowd.

Spanish intro + AXL

1st time

2nd time

Axl's talking at L.A. Memorial Coliseum, October 19th 1989. Axl's mentions he feels like he is beating a "Dead Horse". If you ask me: he is talking about the song "Don't Damn Me". He also talks about the racism issue concerning some of GNR's lyrics.

Axl's talking


Last moments of the concert before the RIOT broke out in St-Louis, MO on 02.06.91

Last moments

Axl in a really good mood. Starts the show by shouting: "Wake up fuckers!". Later he talks about drugs and booze and then goes on to sing Mr. Brownstone.. in St.Paul, MN on December 17th 1987

"Wake up fuckers!"

Good mood
 

Axl dedicates the song to all the military people at the concert and talks about the GULF WAR. Axl voice is tired, he begins to complain somewhat and goes on to sing Paradise City. May 27th 1991 in Indianapolis.

Axl on the GULF WAR

Axl voice is tired

 
No introduction, Axl starts the show by saying that 5 cops jumped ho him the other night in Chicago. He is not pleased with that. Later, he talks about a friend who "danced" too hard with MR.Brownstone and passed away. Recorded in Madison, WI Dec. 19th, 1987

"5 cops jumped on me"

"dedicated to a friend called Todd"
 

Guns N' Roses first arrival in Europe September 30th 1987 in Düsseldorf. Axl talks about drugs and then goes on to sing Mr.Brownstone.

First arrival in Europe

 
Last moments of the concert before the RIOT broke out in Montreal, Quebec on 08.08.92

Last moments in Montreal


Electrical problems in "Welcome To The Jungle" 2.Axl talks about drugs: "To all you idiots out there, in cocaine land!" Argentina on 7/17/93

Shit happens!

To all you idiots out there


GNR in L.A., Axl talks about "maturity" and says what he has to say about the people who are Double Talking Jive Motherfuckers

Axl on maturity

 
Here are two "goofs" in the Rock In Rio concert in 1991. First Axl got mixed up signing "Welcome To The Jungle", later his mike stopped working in the middle of "You Could Be Mine". Maracanà Stadium, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, January 20th 1991

Axl is mixed up in "Welcome To The Jungle"

The mike stops workin in "You Could Be Mine"

 
Axl seems to be well aware about bootlegs. He even hints out that GNR record concerts to be put out as bootlegs, so Axl seems to be well aware of bootlegs. Taken from the Rock In Rio concert in Maracanà Stadium, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, January 20th 1991 and the other from one of The Tokyo Dome 1992 concerts.

Axl about bootlegs Brazil

Axl about bootlegs Japan

 
First Axl rants about the St. Louis concert. The second sound is "Live & Let Die", it was played exactly as it was in the Montreal 1992 concert. The same sound effects where used in Pontiac Michigan and on two different occasions in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.
You just got listen to it, it's one of the best "Live & Let Die" ever!

Axl rants about St.Louis

An exceptional "Live & Let Die"

 
A part of the song "Since I Don't Have You" is played before "Sweet Child O' Mine" in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada on March 11th 1993.

Since I Don't Have You

 
Axl speaks his mind. He wants to change things between him and the media. "Guns N' Roses will put their money where their mouth is!" Live in New York at Madison Square Garden in 1992.

New York 1992 #1

 
Axl wants to kick someone out but backs off. Live in New York at Madison Square Garden in 1992.

New York 1992 #2

 
Slash asks the crowd if there having a good time. The crowd says yes, Slash says that's the *ONLY* reason why GNR is here tonight and laughs. Then talks about what he says to be one his favorite GNR song before playing it. Live in New York at Madison Square Garden in 1992.

New York 1992 #3

 
Axl's evangelist impression. He wants to play guitar in Hartford, CT, Civic Center March 9th 1993.

Evangelist impression

 
Tirade by Axl. He first asks the crowd to shut up and then talks about his family and what has been said by the media (he does mention the Rolling Stones magazine) about his mother and his family. At the end of the clip he asks security to take someone's camera while signing Live and Let Die in Chicago, IL, Rosemont Horizon, Apr 9th, 1992

Tirade by Axl

 
First: The 976 HORNS made headlines and Axl has something to say about! Then Axl talks about "Responsible Journalism" because of an article published in the New York Times and asks: "What side are you on?". The second sound is from New York, USA, December 13th 1991

"Responsible Journalism"

"Who's side are you on?"

 
First: Axl talks about people who try to control you by using the media. Second: Axl Rants about Warren Beatty. Third: A cool Axl says Jeff Beck won't be there. Hippodrome of Paris, Paris June 6th 1992

"People who try to control you"

"Axl rants about Warren Beatty"

"Axl says Jeff Beck won't be there"


Axl talks about Izzy in the Paris, France (Palais DeBercy) July 13th 1993 concert.

Axl talks about Izzy

Axl talks about "older generation" rock bands. Legal things in amsterdam. Slash wants to play "Welcome to the Jungle". Finally Axl tells people to calm down or else! Recorded in Paradiso, Amsterdam, on October 2nd 1987.

"Older generation" Rock bands  

Legal things in Amsterdam   

Slash wants to play "welcome to the Jungle"   

Calm down, or else!  

"The One" by Elton John intro to Sweet Chile O' Mine. Axl also did this at the Tokyo Dome on Jan. 15th 1993 and in Sydney Australia in 1993. Recorded from the "Rock in Chile" concert at "Estadio Nacional de Santiago" on the 28th of November 1992.

"The One" intro to Sweet Chile O' Mine

Rock In Rio III. First, Axl throws a guy out of the concert in the middle of the song "It's So Easy". Second, Axl talks about the Internet, Brazil & Argentina. Third, Axl says thanks after the last song of the concert.

Axl throws a guy out of the concert

Axl talks about the Internet, Brazil & Argentina


Axl says thanks after the last song of the concert


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