Guns N' Roses - Welcome To Paradise City [2LP] Limited 2x10" Orange Splatter Colored Vinyl, Hand Numbered + Insert
DELUXE COLLECTOR’S EDITION!
10-INCH DOUBLE ALBUM ON SPLATTER VINYL IN GATEFOLD SLEEVE!
ONLY 2000 HAND-NUMBERED COPIES WORLDWIDE !
The Guns N’ Roses debut album ‘Appetite for Destruction’ appeared on July 21, 1987. It soon became the biggest selling debut album of all time. The massive popularity of Guns N’ Roses revived the mainstream appeal of rock music and destroyed the stranglehold of dance music. This is the legendary broadcast of Guns N’ Roses performing their Appetite for Destruction set from The Ritz, New York, on 2nd February 1988. This powerful concert captures Guns N’ Roses during the halcyon years when the band were at their very best, working as a cohesive unit touring, recording and broadcasting live on air.
This 10-inch double album collector’s edition is hand-pressed on orange splatter vinyl. The pattern created on each disc is totally unique. Featuring the very best of Guns N’ Roses from the Appetite for Destruction tour, here is your ultimate personalised and handnumbered anthology featuring the best of concerts from that famous tour.
1. "It's So Easy" (3:13)
2. "Mr Brownstone" (4:01)
3. "Out Ta Get Me" (3:59)
4. "My Michelle" (4:10)
1. "Sweet Child O' Mine" (5:48)
2. "Knockin' On Heaven's Door" (5:19)
3. "Nightrain" (4:47)
1. "Welcome To The Jungle" (5:44)
2. "Paradise City" (6:30)
1. "Mama Kin" (4:16)
2. "Rocket Queen" (7:37)
SPLATTER VINYL PATTERNS AND COLOURS
The wonderful thing about splatter vinyl is that the pattern and mix of colours created by the hand manufacturing process results in a totally unique 'one of a kind' record.
Every single pressing of each individual splatter vinyl record is different from every other record. No two are the same. Thanks to the random nature of the splatter vinyl process yours is definitely the only copy in the world with that particular pattern and set of colours. We are sure you will love the fact that your disc is one of a kind and is unlike any other.
You will, of course, find a difference in colours and pattern between the representative artist's impression from the pre-production phase (which is intended to give you an approximate idea of what the finished item might look like) and the actual final product from the live production run. However, you can rest assured that the pattern and colouration of each disc is totally unique to you.