Guns N’ Roses release new You Could Be Mine live video from 1991

Guns N’ Roses has released an official live video of their track. you could be mine from their 1991 show at the Ritz Theater in New York City.

The video was released on the official Guns N’ Roses YouTube channel on October 7 and is taken from the band’s upcoming concert. Use Your Illusion I & II box set, which will contain newly remastered editions of both albums as well as an archive of live videos and rare cuts from that era.

Watch Guns N’ Roses play you could be mine below.

The collection will contain 97 tracks, 63 of them previously unreleased, plus the full performance from their Live In Las Vegas concert at the Thomas & Mack Center on January 25, 1992 for the first time, with audio mixed from the original multi. -track tapes. The Live in New York concert will be included in its entirety on a bonus disc.

These boxes are available in two main versions: one with 12 vinyl records and the other with 7 CDs.

Along with the new tracks, other rarities and collectibles include a 100-page hardcover book with never-before-seen photos, archival materials including replica backstage passes and replica concert tickets, as well as a new 24″ x 36″ poster.

Famous former Guns N’ Roses manager Alan Niven recently spoke about his time running Guns N’ Roses, noting that he was surprised at the success of Use Your Illusion I & II.

Stating that the band almost certainly would have crumbled without the contributions of rhythm guitarist Izzy Stradlin, he explained, “Stevie [Steven Adler] couldn’t play the same way twice. Slash – a great player, extremely empathetic to the feel of a composition – but can’t write a song. Duff is not as bright as he thinks [… and Axl Rose] was not a nice person at the time. He may have changed. To me, he’s kind of like the Tonya Harding of rock ‘n’ roll – capable of being sublime but mostly known for other reasons.

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