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Setlist for O2 arena

Dublin, Ireland


  1. Chinese democracy
  2. Welcome to the jungle
  3. It's so easy
  4. Mr. Brownstone
  5. Sorry
  6. Live and let die
  7. Rocket queen
  8. Richard Fortus guitar solo (James Bond theme)
  9. This I love
  10. You could be mine
  11. Sweet child o' mine
  12. Piano solo (Dizzy Reed)
  13. Street of dreams
  14. Better
  15. Knockin' on heaven's door
  16. November rain
  17. Bumblefoot guitar solo (Pink Panther theme)
  18. Nightrain

  19. Encore

  20. Madagascar
  21. DJ Ashba guitar solo (The ballad of death)
  22. Paradise city
Setlist notes

After 2 or 3 songs the band stops the song and tells the crowd to stop throwing bottles or they'll leave. After 5 or 6 songs they were still throwing shit so the band left. The houselight went partially up but apparently they found out who threw shit and the band continued their set.

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Concert reviews

Wayne on September 13th 2010 14:21

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Dublin, Ireland 2010 will probably go down in Guns N' Roses fandom as a night of false starts and angry spectators. But, for those who were there, the fault simply lies with the promotion and organisation of an agency who obviously didn't understand Guns N Roses

Despite an excellent, and by all accounts, timely set in Belfast the night before (and a rather excellent performance in Dublin in 2006) the band arrived onstage at 10.35 (taking into account that opening act Danko Jones performed for 1hour 20minutes) this was still well over an hour after they had left

Upset by their late arrival the crowd's impatience turned an energetic and enthusiastic performance of 'Chinese Democracy' into a jeering festival. A minute into 'Welcome to the Jungle' and the show had been stopped. Axl warned the crowd not to throw any bottles or he'd leave, and sure enough, after finishing the track 'Sorry' and introducing Richard Fortus (the first real break in the performance since then) and performance came to an abrupt halt as another bottle was thrown towards the stage.

A man of his word, Axl left the performance, 22 minutes after he had arrived on stage. Most fans felt cheated, after all, St Louis got well over an hour in 1991 before he jumped into the crowd. 40 minutes later, after most of the sold out audience had gone home, Axl returned - silent to the audience, he performed the tracks in an almost standstill motion and said nothing in-between.

The energy with dedicated fans remained, especially during 'Sweet Child O' Mine' and 'November Rain' but it was obviously the evening had been marred. When they look back at Dublin 2010 in a few years, many will talk about the night that it all went wrong, while others will simply be asking why they still have no refund.

One.In.A.Million on July 19th 2012 02:09

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One of the shows I'll never forget. Flew from England, and witnessed a brilliant show. It was a shame that the crowd seemed like they wanted to get to Axl, and Axl responded by standing centre stage for the duration of the set. Unfortunate end to a promising show, but a great show all the same.