This really impressive pictures were taken in September 1991, a few days after the failed August coup in Moscow, played Metallica before 1,6 Metalheads million on the first Russian Open-Air-Concert, the part of the „Monsters of Rock“-Serie war. During the implosion of the Soviet Union played at Tushino Airfield in Moscow big names such as AC / DC, Metallica, The Black Crowes, Panther and E.S.T. Unfortunately, at that time also died 53 People… For Those About To Rock…We Salute You! Impressive pictures, which are never released on VHS.
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