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GnR's 'November Rain' washes away bad memories of Metallica
About 5000 music lovers gathered at Gurgaon's Leisure Valley ground to witness one of the most renowned and famous rock bands, Guns N' Roses on Wednesday evening. They sang their most hit tracks including Sweet Child of Mine and November Rain. The successful execution of the show has buried the bad memories of the violence during the event where 'Metallica' was scheduled to perform.

WITH THEIR debut performance in the Millennium City, the American rock band Guns N' Roses (GnR) rocked the city on Wednesday night. The band famous for making late appearances amazed the fans when they started on time.

"Hello Delhi, it is a wonderful evening I am happy to be here," the band's lead vocalist Axl Ros addressed the audiences. Immediately after he grabed the microphone, he introdued all his mates - Dizzy Reed, Tommy Stinson, Chris Pitman, Richard Fortus, Ron Thal, Frank Ferrer and DJ Ashba.

The band started with their most hit track November Rain and Sweet Child of Mine. Later they sang Paradise City, One in a Million, Welcome to Jungle and Think About You. "I had no idea that GnR was playing today. I was just passing by. So I thought I will stay hear and listen," Ankit Khurana, who was on his way home when he heard the opening notes of 'Live and Let Die,' and decided to stick around, told The Times of India.

"Is it too loud for you?" Guns N' Roses front-man Axl Rose screamed wearing glasses (at night) and getting a louder yelling in response from the audience. This was the third and the final show of the 27-year-old band after performing in Mumbai and Bangalore on their maiden trip to India.

Delhi and NCR witnessed its first hard core rock performance after a long time after Metallica's gig was cancelled, bringing a bad name and image to the country. But the great success of this show would go a long way in changing the situation.

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