Last week marked thirty years since Guns N’ Roses’ world-beating debut album Appetite For Destruction was first released.

To celebrate this landmark, the band played a show at New York’s Apollo Theater, in front of a crowd made up of industry guests and Sirius competition winners. The set was streamed live, and professional video of the set’s highlights have now been released online. There are nine songs from the 29-song performance available, all professionally shot.

“It was a huge honor to play @ApolloTheater tonight!,” Slash tweeted after the show. “Great fucking crowd too! & thanks to everyone dialed in on @SiriusXM ! Cheers!”

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