gunsnroses2013 Guns N’ Roses are set to release their Appetite for Democracy 3D on DVD/Blu-Ray on July 1st (previously reported as July 18th). The band has released a clip of Sweet Child O’ Mine which can be viewed below and only available for the next 24 hours.

The live film debuted in theaters back on June 14th, screened in one hundred different cities.

“It’s been 22 years since the last GNR concert release and I’m very proud to have been chosen to produce this amazing 3D concert film/new DVD release,” Rock Fuel Media producer Barry Summers says. “A Grammy Nomination for ‘Best Long Form Video’ would be the icing on the cake for Axl and all involved, but we are very pleased with the overwhelming success and praise we are receiving.”

Appetite for Democracy 3D: Live from the Hard Rock Casino Track list:

1. Chinese Democracy
2. Welcome To The Jungle
3. It’s So Easy
4. Mr. Brownstone
5. Estranged
6. Rocket Queen
7. Live and Let Die (Wings cover)
8. This I Love
9. Better
10. Motivation (Tommy Stinson song)
11. Catcher In The Rye
12. Street Of Dreams
13. You Could Be Mine
14. Sweet Child O’ Mine
15. Another Brick In The Wall Part 2 (Pink Floyd cover)
16. November Rain
17. Objectify (Bumblefoot song)
18. Don’t Cry
19. Civil War
20. The Seeker (The Who cover)
21. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door (Bob Dylan cover)
22. Nightrain
23. Don’t Let It Bring You Down (Neil Young cover)
24. Used To Love Her
25. Patience
26. Paradise City

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  • Ron on

    Yeah thought he sounded bad at Golden Gods. And a lifetime achievement award? For what? Appetite, Lies, and the one decent CD you get if you put the good songs from the 2 Illusion CD’s together, and then nothing of substance since?? Now that my friends is a joke. This egomaniacal assclown has been promoted well beyond any real talent he might have had from day one and his treatment of others is just reprehensible. He has no respect for the fans that put him where he is or the people he played with, essentially pulling a Stanley/Simmons and saying anyone can get on stage w/me and call it Guns.

  • Mike on

    Well, the band sounds great, and Axl doesn’t sound too bad. He looks really tired, that’s for sure. I certainly agree with most others that this is not GnR, but whatever.

    Whats with that Ashba dude’s hat? Copy Slash much?? At least the Steel Panther dudes know how to laugh at the absurdity of what they wear…

  • Chris on

    Horrible. Lack of breath, you can tell by the numerous “short” phrases he sings. He’s done.

  • Jperryrocks on

    Axl was always spotty has a live singer. Even back in the 80s. Short phrases and a lack of breath at times is nothing new.

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