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Live Era: '87-'93 (1999)

Guns N' Roses
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Hard rock, Heavy metal

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Live Era '87-'93 is a double live album by the American rock band Guns N' Roses, released on November 23, 1999. The album was the first official Guns N' Roses release since "The Spaghetti Incident?" released on the same day in 1993. Former guitarist Slash notes that the album is "not pretty and there are a lot of mistakes, but this is Guns N' Roses, not the fucking Mahavishnu Orchestra. It's as honest as it gets."
The dates and locations of the tracks are not revealed in the liner notes, and are only referred to simply as being "Recorded across the universe between 1987 and 1993". However, the majority of the tracks on the two CDs are believed to be sourced from the extensive Use Your Illusion Tour of 1991-1993.
Only two tracks come from 1988 live recordings - "Used to Love Her" and "You're Crazy".
Axl Rose is alleged to have communicated with former Guns N' Roses members Slash and Duff McKagan, through intermediaries only, in selecting the track list. In an interview Slash stated that "the live album was one of the easiest projects we all worked on. I didn't actually see Axl, but we communicated via the powers that be."
Two former members who play on the majority of the tracks,

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Tracks

5:19 Nightrain
5:42 Mr. Brownstone
3:28 It's So Easy
5:08 Welcome to the Jungle
5:05 Dust n' Bones
3:53 My Michelle
4:45 You're Crazy
4:17 Used to Love Her
6:42 Patience
3:07 It's Alright
12:32 November Rain
10:50 Coma
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