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Guns N' Roses - Self Destruct Era Complete & New Remastered Edition FLAC album

Performer: Guns N' Roses
Genre: Rock
Title: Self Destruct Era Complete & New Remastered Edition
Country: Japan
Released: 2006
Style: Hard Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1252 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1778 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1118 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 355

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1-1 Introduction 0:41
1-2 You're Crazy 5:12
1-3 It's So Easy 4:01
1-4 Move To The City 4:08
1-5 Mr. Brownstone 4:37
1-6 Out Ta Get Me 5:01
1-7 I Was Only Joking / Patience 8:12
1-8 Rocket Queen Inc. Steven Adler Drum Solo 9:29
2-1 Slash's Guitar Solo 2:51
2-2 Welcome To The Jungle 6:21
2-3 My Michelle 4:00
2-4 Band Introductions 2:31
2-5 Only Women Bleed / Knockin' On Heaven's Door 10:09
2-6 Nightrain 8:15
2-7 Sweet Child O' Mine 6:46
2-8 Used To Love Her 4:56
2-9 Mama Kin (Audience Source Mix) 4:31
2-10 Paradise City (Audience Source) 9:21

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  • Recorded At – Nakano Sun Plaza


Stereo soundboard recording from December 7th, 1988 at Nakano Sun Plaza Hall, Tokyo, Japan.

Aces High Sound Production in Japan released Guns N' Roses - Self Destruct Era in 2000. In 2006, Metal Sword Records released this "complete" version of the show combining Aces High's release + part of Aces High's (incomplete & previously unreleased) recording of "Mama Kin" mixed with the best audience sourced recording of that song and the best audience recording of "Paradise City" from this show to make this a "complete" edition of the show.

CD1 Time: 41:23
CD2 Time: 59:45
Total Time: 101:09

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OFM 0041 Guns N' Roses Live In Sanplaza-Hall 1988 ‎(CD, Unofficial) OFM OFM 0041 Japan Unknown
Papillon CD 021 Guns N' Roses 3rd Gig ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Papillon Records Papillon CD 021 Italy 1991
Papillon CD 021 Guns N' Roses 3rd Gig ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Papillon Records Papillon CD 021 Italy 1991
none Guns N' Roses Freewheel ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label none Japan 2002
055/056 + DVD Guns N' Roses The Spirit of '88 ‎(2xCD, Unofficial + DVD, Unofficial) See No Evil Records 055/056 + DVD Japan Unknown