Listen To Guns N' Roses' 'November Rain' Featuring A 50-Piece Orchestra

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Guns N' Roses has released a new, more epic version of "November Rain," featuring a 50-piece orchestra.

The reworked version of one of GNR's most ambitious songs was arranged and conducted by composer Christopher Lennertz. The track was mixed by famed producer and Porcupine Tree frontman Steven Wilson, who confirmed that the version will appear on the upcoming 30th anniversary reissue of Use Your Illusion, arriving November 11.

"The new 2022 version is the same performance as the original but with newly recorded orchestration replacing the sampled sounds used on the original mix," Wilson added.

You can check out the new version of "November Rain" via the player below:

"November Rain" originally appeared on GNR's 1991 Use Your Illusion I album. The music video for the song is approaching 2 billion views on YouTube. Guns N' Roses is the most-viewed band from the '80s or '90s on the platform.

The Use Your Illusion I & II ultimate box set arrives November 11. The super deluxe edition of the record includes 97 tracks, including 63 previously unreleased tracks.

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