Guns N' RosesUse Your Illusion I

Label:Geffen Records – B0034820-01, Geffen Records – 00602445117307
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Gatefold, 180 Gram
Country:USA & Europe
Style:Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal


A1Right Next Door To Hell
A2Dust N' Bones
A3Live And Let Die
A4Don't Cry (Original)
A5Perfect Crime
B1You Ain't The First
B2Bad Obsession
B3Back Off Bitch
B4Double Talkin' Jive
C1November Rain
C2The Garden
C3Garden Of Eden
C4Don't Damn Me
D1Bad Apples
D2Dead Horse

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  • Lacquer Cut ByJN-H*


From the insert: "Reissue supervised by Jeff Fura. Remastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound from 192Khz / 24-Bit original stereo analogue transfers."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 602445117307
  • Matrix / Runout (SIde A): BM62281-01 A1 00602445116614-A (1) 4511661 JN-H STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): BM62281-01 B1 31 00602445116614-B (1) 4511661 JN-H STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): BM62282-01 A1 00602445116621-A (1) JN-H STERLING 4511662
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): BXM62282-01 B1 JN-H STERLING 4511662 00602445116614-A (1)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Use Your Illusion I (2×LP, Album)Geffen Records, Uzi SuicideGEF 24415Europe1991
Use Your Illusion I (Cassette, Album)Geffen Records, Uzi Suicide RecordsGEC 24415, GEFC 24415Europe1991
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Use Your Illusion I (CD, Album)Geffen Records, Uzi Suicide RecordsGEFD-24415US1991
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Use Your Illusion I (CD, Album)Geffen RecordsGEFSD-24415Canada1991
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Use Your Illusion I (Cassette, Album, Dolby HX PRO, B NR)Geffen Records, Uzi Suicide RecordsGEFC-24415Canada1991



  • ironicmnemonics's avatar
    Not sure how common this is, but my LP 1 Side 2 label has an LP 1 Side 1 label on it for this version of the album.
    • THE_JUGGERNAUT's avatar
      Were is the listing for the colored variant of this release ??
      • MGRecordz's avatar
        It’s digital and sounds like a CD to me. Such a missed opportunity once again by these labels
        • Gorban's avatar
          Edited 10 months ago
          I like the way alice sounds on his guest appearance.
          • Murphquake's avatar
            This record sounds excellent. For those who have the Appetite 2xLP remaster, the sound on this is very similar. Big, loud, and great balance. And I get why the new mix of November Rain is polarizing, but I think it's amazing. Keeps the feel of the original but adds in that additional layer to make it sound huge.
            • jross77's avatar
              This is the best I have ever heard this album sound...amazing for being digital...and I am thinking that I actually like the new version of November Rain better than the original. Great job on the vinyl pressing Optimal...might just be the nicest records in my ever growing collection!
              • vinyl_fuzz_cat's avatar
                Instrument separation is better, soundstage is wider and more detailed than the OG pressing. Best way to describe the remaster is that it’s more Rock Opera than Rock N Roll. So different not better or worse. I love both for different reasons but this new remaster will be my go to copy from now on. I have no issue with the new version of November Rain. I actually prefer it and feel it’s probably closer to what Alex’s vision of the song was all along. His opus.
                • andy94z71's avatar
                  How do these 2022 reissues sound compared to the original 91’ pressings? Thanks
                  • GarionOrb's avatar
                    This new version of "November Rain" is so unnecessary. They should've seriously just left the original song intact and remastered it like they did the rest of the album. The mix sounds off, you can't even hear the flute in the beginning. Sure, it sounds "bigger" in a way, but they shouldn't have messed with a classic like this. At best, they should've just made it a bonus track not replaced the original version. This ruins the entire album for me.
                    • JeffBrown17's avatar
                      So I’ve got both the 2016 and 2022 pressings of this and I just finished A/Bing them both with November rain only. Listened to them both twice and there is definitely a difference between them. The first thing I noticed is the 2022 does a much better job at putting Axls voice in the center which adds a lot to the sound stage of this pressing. The 2022 also has some details in the string section in the intro that are a lot more present than they are on the 2016, almost to a point where it’s burying the flute, making it feel kind of like a remix rather than just a remaster. It’s an over all better pressing than the 2016. If you’re thinking about getting one I’d say pull the trigger, I’m glad I did.


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