Guns N’ Roses Bust Out ‘Locomotive’ In Wichita


Guns N’ Roses dusted off original “Locomotive” on Monday for the first time in over 27 years. The band busted out the song during their performance at INTRUST Bank Arena in Wichita.

“Locomotive (Complicity)” was written by Axl Rose and Slash for inclusion on GN’R’s 1991 album, Use Your Illusion II. Guns N’ Roses debuted the track live on July 17, 1991 and performed six additional renditions before putting the song in mothballs after a play on February 20, 1992 as per Setlist.FM’s stats.

The return of “Locomotive” came towards the middle of the band’s 23-song performance in Wichita. GN’R also nodded to the city by covering Jimmy Webb’s “Wichita Lineman.” The rest of the setlist was similar to those from other stops on the group’s Not In This Lifetime tour.

Watch fan-shot video of “Locomotive” captured by E.A. Darkseid below:


Guns N’ Roses at INTRUST Bank Arena

  • It's So Easy
  • Mr. Brownstone
  • Chinese Democracy
  • Welcome to the Jungle
  • Double Talkin' Jive
  • Better
  • Estranged
  • Live and Let Die  
  • Slither  
  • Rocket Queen
  • You Could Be Mine
  • Shadow of Your Love
  • Attitude  
  • Civil War
  • Locomotive  
  • Slash Guitar Solo  
  • Sweet Child O' Mine
  • Wichita Lineman  
  • November Rain  
  • Knockin' on Heaven's Door  
  • Nightrain
  • Patience  
  • Paradise City
  • Far Away Eyes  

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