GNR's 30th Anniversary "Appetite" Box Set Will Cost $1K

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In 1988, Guns N' Roses debut album "Appetite For Destruction" topped the Billboard charts, going on to sell an incredible 30 million copies worldwide. A big album calls for a big anniversary edition. There are less costly versions of this...

But, would you shell out $999 for the "Locked N' Loaded" box set? 

Look at what you get!  From gnrmerch.com.

 The Appetite For Destruction: Locked N’ Loaded box is the one true GN’R Holy Grail. The box includes the Super Deluxe Edition with 4CDs featuring the album newly remastered for the first time ever; B-sides N’ EPs newly remastered; the previously unreleased 1986 Sound City Session N’ More recordings; a Blu-ray Audio disc with the album, bonus tracks and music videos in brand new 5.1 surround sound along with the unearthed music video for “It’s So Easy” originally shot in 1989 but never finished; and a 96-page hardcover book showcasing unseen photos from Axl Rose’s personal archive and a wealth of memorabilia. In addition, the Locked N’ Loaded box contains high quality collectables including seven 12-inch 180g audiophile vinyl discs, seven 7-inch singles on yellow vinyl, a dozen lithos newly visualizing each song on Appetite, 5 custom hand-made metal-cast band skull face rings, 5 hand-made metal-cast band skull face lapel pins, buttons, patches, replica concert tickets and gig flyers, 5 metal skull face and signature-stamped guitar picks, a turntable mat, wall posters, replica ‘85/’86 club days banner, a Robert Williams painting litho, never-before-seen band lithos, a numbered certificate of authenticity and more.  It comes with four audio discs, a Blu-ray Disc, a hardcover book, and memorabilia including logo patches, guitar picks, never-before-seen band photos and posters, all presented in a faux leather and wood cabinet. 

To pre order for delivery on or around June 29th, click here, gnrmerch.com.

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