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The Guns N' Roses/Metallica Stadium Tour was a co-headlining concert tour by American rock bands Guns N' Roses and Metallica during 1992. It took place in the middle of Guns N' Roses' "Use Your Illusion Tour," promoting their Use Your Illusion I & II albums, and between Metallica's "Wherever We May Roam Tour" and "Nowhere Else to Roam," promoting their eponymous fifth album Metallica. The tour's opening act was Faith No More
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Looking Back at the Riverport Riot as Guns N' Roses Return to St. Louis for First Show in 26 Years. 7/26/2017 by Daniel Durchholz. But the real appeal of the show was a handful of soon-to-be classics from the then-forthcoming Use Your Illusion albums, which wouldn't be released until that September: "You Could Be Mine"; "November Rain"; and the band's epic cover of Paul McCartney's "Live and Let Die" were all performed that night.
Watch an MTV Report on the Guns N' Roses Riot. Unfortunately, GNR's set took freaking to a different level. Rose's mercurial temper with concert crowds was already public knowledge. Shortly before the Montreal show, he'd been arrested for charges stemming from a 1991 riot that erupted after the band walked off the stage during a stop in St. Louis - and he'd been complaining of vocal problems since the tour with Metallica started. In fact, it was just getting back on track after a handful of canceled dates. Ultimately, out of the 53,000 or so in attendance, only an estimated 2,000 were involved in the riot, and aside from grotesque levels of property damage – which reportedly included an uprooted street lamp and an overturned police cruiser – the whole thing was kept from spiraling too far out of control by Montreal police, who showed up in riot gear, sealed off.
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Guns N' Roses' first riot also happens to be one of the band's most memorable. The concert took place at St. Louis' Riverport Amphitheatre during Guns' marathon Use Your Illusion tour. A bit of a control freak at the best of times, Axl made little secret that he was unimpressed by the venue's security. When it became apparent that the show wouldn't continue, the amphitheater crowd went ballistic, tearing seats out of the floor and destroying the band's gear. Pretty much everything that wasn't welded down was hurled at the stage while the rest of the band, unsure what had happened, hid in the wings. Chaos reigned in the venue for nearly an hour before police in riot gear finally got the situation under control. When all was said and done, 90 people were injured and 16 were arrested. The incident made world news and solidified the band's reputation for danger.
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Welcome to the Jungle" is the first track from Guns N' Roses' debut album, Appetite for Destruction, and also on their Greatest Hits album. The song peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming their first significant hit single. The song was written by lead singer Axl Rose and was inspired by an encounter he had when first moving to .