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  1. Song played from tape
    Looney Tunes
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    The Equalizer
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  10. (Wings cover)
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  11. (First full performance of song in St. Louis )
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  13. (Misfits cover) (with "You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory" intro.)
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  15. (Voodoo Chile outro & Axl notes that someone in the crowd is smoking something for a medical reason)
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  17. (Axl introduces band, Axl addresses '1991 Riot' by introducing Slash as his “partner in crime”)
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  18. (with 'Johnny B. Goode' jam in the middle)
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  19. (Nino Rota cover)
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  23. (Pink Floyd cover) (Slash & Richard Fortus guitar duet)
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  24. (with "Layla" piano exit intro. Axl Rose playing grand piano. *Piano issues-Axl stops song twice)
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  25. (Soundgarden cover)
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  26. (Bob Dylan cover) ("Only Women Bleed" intro. Axl dedicated the song to Duff’s dog Buckley who passed away that day.)
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  31. (AC/DC cover)
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  33. (The Who cover)
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  35. Song played from tape
    You Know My Name
    (Chris Cornell song)
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Note: First GNR show in St. Louis, MO since July 2nd 1991's "Riverport Riot," AKA: “The Riot Show."

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