A Velvet Revolver double whammy of Slither and the epic Fall To Pieces were nothing short of sublime, but it was an explosive take on Paradise City that really did the damage, with the band hurtling towards its huge crescendo as Slash's frantic guitar work took the atmosphere to fever pitch.
What does VR stand for?
VR stands for Velvet Revolver (band)
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Duff McKagan found himself at the centre of the much-publicised fall-out which followed Scott Weiland's acrimonious departure from rock supergroup Velvet Revolver earlier this summer.
After cavorting with Bill Gates to promote new computer game Guitar Hero III, Slash returns to his day job when he tours Britain in March with Velvet Revolver.
Byline: Scott McLennan COLUMN: MUSIC REVIEW MANSFIELD - The teaming of Velvet Revolver and Alice in Chains Tuesday at the Tweeter Center made for a solid night of rock 'n' roll but revealed some of the weaknesses in these two bands.
The infamous star - famed for playing his guitar with a ciggie dangling from his mouth - and his Velvet Revolver band mates were seen puffing away on stage during their only Welsh date in the capital last Thursday.