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The Milton Keynes Concerts.
July 21st 1984
Status Quo, Marillion, Nazareth.
Milton Keynes Bowl .
kid Row - august 19, 1989. Milton Keynes Bowl, UK
Milton Keynes Bowl, UK
august 19, 1989.
01 Makin' A Mess
02 Piece of Me
03 Big Guns
04 I Remember You
05 Sweet Little Sister
06 Rattlesnake Shake
07 18 And Life
08 Here I Am
09 Holidays In The Sun
10 Youth Gone Wild
A fairly good sounding recording of Skid Row's first ever UK show.
Recorded live on the 19th August, 1989 Europe made a high profile appearance
at the legendary outdoor Milton Keynes Bowl venue, in between the opening pair
of Skid Row (their first UK showing) and Vixen, and headliners Bon Jovi.
This is the better source of the two in existence, and boasts a B- quality set with no interruptions. The set list, as with the entire Prisoners in Paradise tour was a little odd, and there were a handful of new songs played including Wild Child which never saw released. This is an uncommon and well worth while recording for Europe fans, and if anyone is wondering the other sets were bootlegged too.
Set List: Ready or Not, Yesterday's News, Let The Good Times Rock, Seventh Sign, Superstitious, On The Loose, Carrie, Instrumental (inc. Flight of the Bumblebee), Little Bit Of Lovin', Cherokee, Wild Child, Rock The Night, The Final Countdown, A Hard Day's Night, Hound Dog.
01. Lay your Hands On Me
02. I'd Die For You
03. Wild In The Streets
04. You Give Love A Bad Name
05. Let It Rock
06. Blood On Blood
07. Walk This Way
08. Bad Medicine
09. Living On A Prayer
Lay your hands on me, I’d die for you, Wild in the streets, Wanted dead or alive, You give love a bad name, Pink flamingoes, Let it rock, Living in sin, Blood on blood, Runaway, Living on a prayer, Acoustic guitar solo, Wanted dead or alive, The boys are back in town, Walk this way (with Steven Tyler and Joe Perry from Aerosmith), Bad medicine / Shout
urope, Vixen, Skid Row, etc. Guests Steven Tyler and Joe Perry joined Bon Jovi
onstage and perform the song "Walk This Way")
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