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

Video  |   |  Music  |  27 October 1998 (USA)
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A collection of music videos from the most notorious band to rock their way out of hollywood.

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An excellent collection
15 December 2004 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

"Welcome to the Videos" is an excellent collection of Guns N' Roses' music videos - "Welcome to the Jungle," "Sweet Child O' Mine," "Dead Horse," "November Rain," "Yesterdays," "Don't Cry," "Patience," etc.

If you're a fan of Gn'R then this is a must-buy and if you're just getting into their work then you should still check it out. Some of the videos are very good - "November Rain" won the award for Best Cinematography in a music video, "Sweet Child" is great and "Yesterdays" feels very nostalgic as you can tell from the lyrics and style that the band knew they were about to break apart and it was a sort of final farewell.

All in all this is a must-buy and my only wish is that the DVD would have contained commentaries.


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