GUNS N' ROSES: Short Video Clip Of DOWNLOAD Performance Posted Online

A two-minute video clip of GUNS N' ROSES performing at the Download festival in England Sunday night (June 11) has been posted online at YouTube.com.

As previously reported, GUNS N' ROSES were joined at the show by their former guitarist Izzy Stradlin for three songs — "Patience", "Night Train" and "I Used To Love Her".

It was only Stradlin's second show back with the band in over a decade, following an appearance in New York last month.

As was the case with the New York shows last month and some of the festival appearances on the current European run, former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach joined GUNS N' ROSES on stage for "My Michelle".

GUNS N' ROSES took the stage half an hour early, but Rose easily made up the time in a series of sensational walk-offs, according to NME.com.

After slipping over during "Sweet Child O'Mine", Rose annnounced that the band were experiencing "technical difficulties" and left the stage for five minutes while a guitarist played an instrumental version of "Don't Cry".

The singer had already abandoned the show once before, leaving the crowd with an instrumental version of CHRISTINA AGUILERA's hit "Beautiful". And he threatened to leave the stage after "Better" if the crowd persisted in throwing bottles.

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