Sources close to Guns N' Roses confirm that
the band's live album has a 'penciled in' release date of November 22 and
that the track listing is almost solidified, although minor changes are
still being made daily. The record, which is set to sport the rather boring
title of Live Era 87 - 93, features the now defunct classic version
of the band fronted by Axl Rose, anchored by guitarist Slash
and bassist Duff McKagan with original drummer Steven Adler,
replacement Matt Sorum, original guitarist Izzy Stradlin
and replacement Gilby Clarke. Rose is the only remaining member
of the band currently known as GN'R.
At press time, the double CD shapes up as follows:
GUNS N' ROSES Live Era 1987
"It's So Easy"
"Welcome To The Jungle"
"Dust N' Bones"
"Used To Love Her"
|"Out To Get Me"
"Pretty Tied Up"
"Move To The City"
"You Could Be Mine"
"Sweet Child O'Mine"
"Knockin' On Heaven's Door"
|The album was mixed by
Andy Wallace (Who has been working with Nirvana).
While there apparently won't be a commercial single
issued, a video of "It's So Easy" has been shipped to
MTV. A rare live version of the song "Bad Apples," originally
thought to be on record, did not make the final cut, but at least one other
track, "Coma," is expected to surface as an overseas b-side
in the future.
The CDs are being issued in close proximity to the
release of the new version of Guns N' Roses, which has a song, "Oh
My God," on the soundtrack of End Of Days. A solo album
from Slash is expected out next Spring with a long long delayed
full studio album from the new GN'R expected out later in the year.
Source: Spin Magazine
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