Use Your Illusion II (video)

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Use Your Illusion II
Video by Guns N' Roses
Released December 8, 1992
Recorded February 22, 1992 at the Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan
Genre Hard rock, heavy metal
Label Geffen Home Video
Guns N' Roses chronology
Use Your Illusion I
(1992)
Use Your Illusion II
(1992)
Garden Of Eden: Strictly Limited Edition
(1993)

Use Your Illusion II is a live VHS/DVD by Guns N' Roses. Filmed live at the Tokyo Dome, Japan on February 22, 1992 during the Japanese leg of the Use Your Illusion Tour, this recording features the second half of the concert, the first half appearing on sister volume Use Your Illusion I. Both VHS titles were distributed by Geffen Home Video in 1992.

The songs "You Could Be Mine", "Move to the City" and "Estranged" from this event were used in the band's 1999 live album Live Era: '87-'93.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Introduction"
  2. "You Could Be Mine"
  3. "Drum Solo & Guitar Solo"
  4. "Theme from "The Godfather""
  5. "Sweet Child o' Mine"
  6. "So Fine"
  7. "Rocket Queen" (w/ "It Tastes Good, Don't It?")
  8. "Move to the City"
  9. "Knockin' on Heaven's Door"
  10. "Estranged"
  11. "Paradise City"

Credits[edit]

Uzi Suicide Co.; an original production of TDK Core Co., Ltd. and Japanese Satellite Broadcasting

Artists[edit]

Guns N' Roses:

  • W. Axl Rose – lead vocals, piano, tambourine, whistle
  • Slash – lead guitar, backing vocals, talkbox
  • Duff McKagan – bass, backing vocals, lead vocals
  • Matt Sorum – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Dizzy Reed – keyboards, percussion, backing vocals, tambourine
  • Gilby Clarke – rhythm guitar, backing vocals

Guests:

  • Cece Worrall-Rubin, Lisa Maxwell, Anne King – Horns
  • Tracey Amos, Roberta Freeman – Backing Vocals
  • Ted Andreadis – Keyboards, Harmonica, Backing Vocals

Crew[edit]

  • Director: Paul Becher
  • Producers: Shuji Wakai, Tsugihiko Imai, Tamamatsu Kuwata, Ichiro Misu, Yasumi Takeuchi, Noboru Shimasaki, Reiko Nakano, Shigeo Iguro
  • Light Design: Phil Ealy
  • Sound Engineers: David Kehrer, Jim Mitchell
  • Art Director: Kevin Reagan

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