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1992.06.30 - Estadio Benito Villamarin, Seville, Spain

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Post by Soulmonster on Thu Sep 06, 2012 1:40 pm

Date:
June 30, 1992.

Venue:
Estadio Benito Villamarin.

Location:
Seville, Spain.

Setlist:
01. Nightrain
02. Mr. Brownstone
03. Live and Let Die
04. Attitude
05. Welcome to the Jungle
06. Bad Obsession
07. Double Talkin' Jive
08. Civil War
09. Patience
10. You Could Be Mine
11. November Rain
12. Sweet Child O'Mine
13. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
14. Don't Cry
15. Paradise City

Line-up:
Axl Rose (vocals), Gilby Clarke (rhythm guitarist), Slash (lead guitarist),Duff McKagan (bass), Dizzy Reed (keyboards) and Matt Sorum (drums).

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Post by Blackstar on Tue Apr 30, 2019 5:34 pm

Article in ABC (Spanish newspaper), July 2, 1992 about the show in Madrid that was cancelled and the Seville show:

1992.06.30 - Estadio Benito Villamarin, Seville, Spain 1992_010
La actuación en Madrid de Guns ’N’ Roses, en el aire
Debido a la clausura del Vicente Calderón por la aluminosis

Madrid. S.E.

Ayer por la noche saltaba la noticia. El concejal de Urbanismo del Ayuntamiento de Madrid. José Ignacio Echeverría confir¬maba la clausura del estadio Vicente Calderón por estrictos motivos de seguridad, ante el peli¬gro de derrumbamiento por aluminosis, tal como informamos en páginas de la Sección Madrid.

Esta clausura ha supuesto, en lo que al «rock» se refiere, la suspensión del concierto que el grupo americano tenía que ofrecer en dicho estadio el próximo sábado. También queda suspendida en ese marco la actuación de Génesis, prevista para el 24 de julio y la de Michael Jackson en septiembre, que probablemente habría tenido lugar en el estadio atlético.

En Sevilla

Gun’s'Roses actuó el pasado martes en Sevilla ante cerca de treinta mil aficionados, pero sin llegar a apasionar al público durante su actuación en el estadio Benito Villamarín.

El público fue variopinto, y las melenas y las camisetas negras con la efigie del grupo, que a pri¬meras horas de la tarde proliferaban en los alrededores del Estadio Benito Villamarín de Sevilla, pasaron desapercibidas una vez dio comienzo el concierto.

Monstruos con dientes en forma de cuchillos y dibujos ani¬mados en los que un cocinero acaba amputándose los miembros de su cuerpo fueron algunos de los efectos que introdujeron Guns N' Roses durante la celebración del espectáculo. Un concierto en el que no regalaron nada al público, excepto la calidad del sonido, la iluminación y la ejecución de «Use your IIlusión I y II», los dos últimos álbumes de la banda, a partir de los cuales han logrado su popularidad en España.

El concierto comenzó con «Night train» y culminó con «Paradise City», sin que faltara la obligada «You could be mine», que forma parte de la banda sonora de «Terminator II» y que fue incluida en los conciertos de la gira europea al ser exigida como condición imprescindible por los sobrinos de Arnold Schwarzenneger, protagonista de la película.

No hubo peleas ni excesivos problemas en este tranquilo concierto. Guns N’ Roses no protagonizaron nada parecido a sus conocidos escándalos; sólo una ausencia considerable de público en las gradas y un cómodo respiro en el césped del campo que permitía moverse con libertad casi hasta las primeras filas del espectáculo.

Translation:
Guns N’ Roses show in Madrid cancelled
Vicente Calderón is being closed due to aluminosis

Madrid. SE.

The news broke yesterday. Town Planning Councilor of Madrid City Council, José Ignacio Echeverría, confirmed that the Vincente Calderón Stadium is being closed for critical security reasons, as there is danger of collapse due to aluminosis.

This development means, as far as "rock" is concerned, the cancellation of the concert that the American group was due to play at the stadium next Saturday. Also cancelled are the performances by Genesis, scheduled for July 24, and by Michael Jackson in September, which probably would take place at the sports stadium.

In Seville

Guns N' Roses played in Seville last Tuesday before about 30,000 fans, but without getting the crowd much excited during their performance at the Benito Villamarín stadium.

The audience was varied. The long hair and the black shirts with the band’s logo, which dominated the area around the Benito Villamarín Stadium in Seville early in the afternoon, went unnoticed once the concert began.

Monsters with teeth in the shape of knives and animated drawings of a cook amputating his body parts were some of the effects introduced by Guns N 'Roses during the show. It was a concert that didn’t have much to offer to the audience, apart from the quality of the sound, the lighting and the performance of "Use your Illusion II and II", the last two albums of the band, with which they have gained popularity in Spain.

The concert started with "Night train" and culminated with "Paradise City", without missing the obligatory "You could be mine" from the "Terminator II" soundtrack, which has been included in the concerts of the European tour at the request of the nephews of Arnold Schwarzenneger, the protagonist of the film.

No fights or other significant problems occurred during this peaceful concert. Guns N 'Roses didn’t do anything reminiscent of their well-known scandals. The considerable amount of empty seats in the tiers and the spaces for comfortable respite in the grass of the field allowed the crowd to move with ease almost up to the first rows.
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