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Guns N Roses Play Brisbane

by Paul Cashmere on February 8, 2017

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Guns N Roses played their first show in Australia last night in Brisbane with a few modifications to the New Zealand shows.

While the set is fairly consistent from show to show, there are a few slots to change things around. The Damned’s ‘New Rose’ replaced The Misfits ‘Attitude’. ‘Used To Love Her’ and ‘Out Ta Get Me’ from ‘G N R Lies’ replaced ‘Yesterdays’ and ‘My Michelle’, ‘Patience’ replaced ‘Don’t Cry’ in the encore and ‘Sorry’ was dropped.

Fan footage from last night’s show is already online.

Guns N Roses setlist, 7 February 2017, Brisbane

It’s So Easy (from Appetite For Destruction, 1987)
Mr. Brownstone (from Appetite For Destruction, 1987)
Chinese Democracy (from Chinese Democracy, 2008)
Welcome to the Jungle (from Appetite For Destruction, 1987)
Double Talkin’ Jive (from Use Your Illusion I, 1991)
Better (from Chinese Democracy, 2008)
Estranged (from Use Your Illusion II, 1991)
Live and Let Die (from Use Your Illusion I, 1991)
Rocket Queen (from Appetite For Destruction, 1987)
You Could Be Mine (from Use Your Illusion II, 1991)
New Rose (from The Spaghetti Incident, 1993)
This I Love (from Chinese Democracy, 2008)
Civil War (from Use Your Illusion II, 1991)
Coma (from Use Your Illusion I, 1991)
Speak Softly Love (Love Theme from The Godfather) (cover)
Sweet Child O’ Mine (from Appetite For Destruction, 1987)
Used To Love Her (from G N R Lies, 1988)
Out Ta Get Me (from Appetite For Destruction, 1987)
Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd cover)
November Rain (from Use Your Illusion I, 1991)
Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door (from Use Your Illusion II, 1991)
Nightrain (from Appetite For Destruction, 1987)

Encore
Patience (from G N R Lies, 1988)
The Seeker (The Who cover)
Paradise City (from Appetite For Destruction, 1987)

Guns N Roses Australia Dates

SYDNEY – Friday and Saturday 10 and 11 February at ANZ Stadium
MELBOURNE – Tuesday 14 February at the MCG
ADELAIDE – Saturday 18 February at Adelaide Oval
PERTH – Tuesday 21 February at Perth Domain Stadium

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