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Tick, tock, tick, tock. As the minutes (and hours) pass by, the booking of Guns N’ Roses for Leeds (and not Reading, where The Prodigy topped the bill instead) is looking less and less wise. However, as weary middle-aged men in ill-fitting Use Your Illusion tees begin to file off to bed, here comes Axl.
Knocking on for two hours late, here they are, and they sound amazing. Yes, there’s no Slash, Izzy or Duff - hell, even no Sorum - but the Gunners proceed to play hit after hit after hit, threaten to incite a riot and prove that even this faux GN'R can be an incredible spectacle.
All of which makes the past 11 years of the band's life all the more depressing…