Originally released in September 1991, 'Use Your Illusion II' is the fourth studio album by the American band, released on the same day as its counterpart, 'Use Your Illusion I'. Although the band did not abandon the aggressive hard-rock sound they had become known for with 'Appetite for Destruction' (1987), 'Use Your Illusion II' demonstrated a new-found musical maturity, incorporating elements of blues, classical music, heavy metal, punk rock, and classic rock and roll. In addition, 'Use Your Illusion II' is more political than most of their previous work. The album features the singles 'You Could Be Mine', 'Knockin' on Heaven's Door', 'Yesterdays', 'Civil War' and 'Estranged'. This deluxe edition presents the album remastered for the first time on CD1. CD2 features 13 unreleased live tracks from London, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, New York and Las Vegas on the UYI 1991/1992 tour all newly mixed. There are special guest appearances by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry on two tracks.