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Guns N' Roses: Welcome to the Videos (1998)

Video  -  Music  -  27 October 1998 (USA)
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Credited cast:
Steven Adler ...
Himself - Drummer
Sylvia Brooks ...
Woman Walking Down Hallway
Himself - Guitars
Jennifer Driver ...
Axl's Girlfriend (segment "Since I Don't Have You") (archive footage)
Erin Everly ...
Herself (segment "Sweet Child O' Mine")
Shannon Hoon ...
Himself (segment "Don't Cry") (archive footage)
Robert John ...
Himself - Official Guns N' Roses Photographer
Himself - Bass
Himself - Keyboards
Himself - Vocals
Herself (segment "November Rain") (archive footage)
Himself - Guitars
Himself - Drums
Izzy Stradlin ...
Himself - Guitars


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Could Have Been Worse, But It's Good.
19 March 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It wasn't what I would expect from a Guns N Roses video collection. Overall, I liked it. There were some I could expect to be better, like Paradice City. It could have been a little more than just a performance. Welcome To The Jungle pretty much proved that it was the undestined theme for Cops. Sweet Child O Mine, another performance, a little bit of a story. Patience, the first time I saw it, I didn't like it, then when I saw it again, it wasn't half bad. Don't Cry was one of the best ones. It had a story, a little performing (which is OK), and was just plain good. Live and Let Die showed the band as kids (wasn't bad). November Rain was excellent. Yesterdays was nothing great. Dead Hores was good. The Garden was a mix good and bad. Estranged proved what the song meant. Since I Don't Have You wasn't bad. Would I recommend it? Yeah!

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