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DVD1 (123 Minutes):


Skid Row - Holidays In The Sun
Skid Row - Makin' A Mess
Skid Row - Piece Of Me
Skid Row - Big Guns
Skid Row - 18 And Life
Skid Row - Youth Gone Wild

Cinderella - Bad Seamstress Blues
Cinderella - Coming Home
Cinderella - Nobody's Fool
Cinderella - Gypsy Road
Cinderella - Shake Me

Bon Jovi - Lay Your Hands On Me
Bon Jovi - Wild In The Streets
Bon Jovi - Blood On Blood
Bon Jovi - Wanted Dead Or Alive
Bon Jovi - Living On A Prayer

Jam - Rock And Roll
Jam - Hound Dog


DVD2 (128 Minutes):


Mötley Crüe - In The Name Of Rock N' Roll
Mötley Crüe - Wild Side
Mötley Crüe - Girls, Girls, Girls

Gorky Park - Bang
Gorky Park - Within Your Eyes
Gorky Park - Please Try And Find Me
Gorky Park - My Generation

Ozzy Osbourne - I Don't Know
Ozzy Osbourne - Shot In The Dark
Ozzy Osbourne - Suicide Solution
Ozzy Osbourn - Sweet Leaf
Ozzy Osbourne - Paranoid

Scorpions - Black Out
Scorpions - Big City Nights
Scorpions - Holiday
Scorpions - The Zoo
Scorpions - Dynamite
Scorpions - Still Loving You

Jam - Long Tall Sally
Jam - Rock And Roll


The Moscow Music Peace Festival was a rock concert that took place in the USSR on 12 and 13 August 1989 at Central Lenin Stadium (now called Luzhniki Stadium) in Moscow.


Occurring during the glasnost era, it marked the first time hard rock and heavy metal acts from abroad were granted permission to perform in the capital city. 


Over 100,000 people attended and it was broadcast live to 59 nations including MTV in the United States. 

Moscow Music Peace Festival 1989

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