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Listen: Guns N’ Roses Share An Unheard Acoustic Version Of ‘Move To The City’

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Ahead of next week’s release of Guns N’ Roses’ expanded editions of their 1987 debut album, Appetite for Destruction, the band have shared another previously unheard gem. ‘Move to the City’ is available to hear below…

GNR have released an acoustic version of ‘Move to the City,’ a track that first appeared in its original form on 1986’s Live ?!*@ Like a Suicide EP. The track is one of two outtakes from the Appetite sessions. Producer Mike Clink also appears on the upcoming reissue.

The second outtake comes in the form of ‘Shadow of your Love’ which was released a while back along with the new album’s announcement. ‘Shadow of your Love’ put GNR back on Billboard‘s Mainstream Rock chart for the first time in roughly ten years. A few weeks ago the band released a demo of ‘Welcome to the Jungle,’ one of 25 tracks recorded at Los Angeles’ famed Sound City Studios in 1986 that are included in the forthcoming release.

The Super Deluxe Edition of Appetite for Destruction contains a remaster of the original album, 49 previously unreleased recordings, all of the singles’ B-sides and the GN’R Lies album less the controversial track, ‘One in a Million.’

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