Released in 2004, Guns’n’Roses’ multi-platinum compilation “Greatest Hits” will receive a vinyl release this fall – for the first time in 16 years. Previously, the collection was released only on discs and in digital form, but this time it will be released on two discs in as many as three versions: audiophile on black 180-gram vinyl, aesthetic on colored golden (according to other information – silver) with white and red streaks and exclusive – on discs with illustrations specially for the group’s online store.
The vinyl version of the compilation will also include the single “Shadow of Your Love”, recorded in 1986, but first released as part of the “Appetite for Destruction” box set in 2018. The compilation includes tracks from five albums, including a cover of “Sympathy For The Devil” by the Rolling Stones. The release is scheduled for September 25th. On the official website, you can already pre-order two limited editions: with illustration discs and with golden discs – only the second will be released on October 9th. Both options cost £30. The classic black is also there, its cost is £22.