Guns N Roses -- Washington, DC -- July 17th, 1992
first show of the tour, FNM & Metallica only slightly changed the setlist while GNR generally went from bad to worse (and YES I was a fan).
Although I had all of this on tape at some point, I went here for the setlists
and I forget what Metallica site
FAITH NO MORE
02. Death March
03. Land Of Sunshine
04. The Real Thing
05. Midlife Crisis
07. Surprise! You're Dead!
08. We Care A Lot
01. Creeping Death
02. Harvester Of Sorrow
03. Fade To Black
04. Sad But True
05. Wherever I May Roam
06. Of Wolf And Man
07. For Whom The Bell Tolls
08. The Unforgiven
09. Shortest Straw
-bass solo/guitar solo-
10. Master Of Puppets
11. Seek And Destroy
13. Nothing Else Matters
14. Enter Sandman
15. Last Caress
16. Am I Evil?
17. Damage Inc
GUNS N ROSES
It's So Easy
Live And Let Die
Double Talkin' Jive
Wild Horses [Intro] / Patience
Welcome To The Jungle
Sail Away Sweet Sister / Bad Time [Intro] / Sweet Child O' Mine
You Could Be Mine
Only Women Bleed [Intro] / Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Mother [Intro] / Paradise City
That's a fucking show. all bands playing about 2 hours! minus FNM, WHY CAN'T BANDS DO THIS NOW!
would have been awesome to see this for sure:rocker:
I was there. Great show for 2/3rds of it. Highlights were Whiplash, Damage Inc, Civil War and Surprise your dead. I learned a valuable lesson about taking a cokewhore to a concert that day. ESPECIALLY an outdoor concert. She was on the 20 min plan and was gone 30 min each time. We split during November Rain just so I made sure she earned her ticket. :tongue: hahaha
Took us 90 min to get there and 25 min to get home. I always wondered what I missed song-wise.
That Guns set list is practically verbatim with the VHS ( and eventual DVD release) of the 92' show in Tokyo.
I was only 8 years old at the time, but what I wouldn't give to have seen this show!!!
Guns is my all time favorite band! :rocker:
[QUOTE=jhdeity;219827]We split during November Rain just so I made sure she earned her ticket. :tongue: hahaha
[QUOTE=Elvenking;219815]That's a fucking show. all bands playing about 2 hours! minus FNM, WHY CAN'T BANDS DO THIS NOW![/QUOTE]
Because bands are fuckin lazy now and wanna charge more to play less time. Metallica is one of the few bands who still does two hours live. I know if GNR were touring they'd probably be doing around 2 hours a set as well. Metallica still sells out shows now cos they give the fans their money's worth. I think a big reason for concert ticket sales being down is not because of the economy or whatever it's cos concert goers have gotten wise to the fact that headliners are playing way less time now and charging a lot more to see them. If it's a festival i understand the headliner playing a shorter set due to the staked lineup but if there's only 2 or 3 bands on the bill and you've got the material you should be giving the fans at least an hour and 45 mins or a little more.
Sorry about that rant now onto the original thread topic. I saw this show when it came to my city. I was only 13 and it was my first metal show my dad was cool enough to take me and my brother, my dad liked GNR anyway. To this day it remains my favorite show of all time. At that time these were my 3 favorite bands so i was in heaven. The only thing that was different with the Metallica's set when I saw them is that The Shortest Straw was played second before Harvester and that they didn't do Damage i can't remember what they closed with but it deffinately wasn't Damage. All 3 bands were great and i'm glad i got to see GNR when they were on top of the world before Axl pulled all his bullshit that caused the original GNR to disband.
Now, that sounded like a cool show, although did I miss it or, did metallica not play one?
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