If you missed the Generation Axe tour featuring Steve Vai, Yngwie Malmsteen, Zakk Wylde, Nuno Bettencourt and Tosin Abasi, well, you messed up, but there's still a chance for you to feel like you were there with the new live album, The Guitars That Destroyed the World (Live in China). If you caught the tour, you can relive the experience when the record drops on June 28. For now, listen to the Citizen Cope classic "Sideways," below.

The instrumental cut, which gets extended with furious soloing, is one of 11 tracks that will be featured on the live record. See the album art and track listing at the bottom of the page.

"Personally, 'Sideways' was part of these connections we'd have with two of us from time to time throughout the show," said Bettencourt, who played with Wylde on the live version. "It was great to see intimate numbers like ‘Sideways’ and ‘Black Star’ with Vai and Malmsteen," he added.

Pre-order The Guitars that Destroyed the World (Live in China) here and look for the album to be released through earMUSIC and Edel.

Generation Axe, The Guitars That Destroyed the World (Live in China) Album Art + Track Listing

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01. "Foreplay" originally by Boston (played by Generation Axe)
02. "Tempting Time" originally by Animals as Leaders (played by Tosin Abasi)
03. "Physical Education"  originally by Animals as Leaders (played by Tosin Abasi, Nuno Bettencourt)
04. "A Side of Mash" medley of Extreme solos (played by Nuno Bettencourt)
05. "Sideways"  originally by Citizen Cope (played by Nuno Bettencourt, Zakk Wylde)
06. "Whipping Post" originally by The Allman Brothers Band (played by Zakk Wylde)
07. "Bad Horsie" originally by Steve Vai (played by Steve Vai)
08. "Valhalla" / "Baroque n Roll" / "Overture" / "From a Thousand Cuts" / "Arpeggios from Hell" / "Far Beyond The Sun" originally by Yngwie Malmsteen (played by Yngwie Malmsteen)
09. "Black Star" originally by Yngwie Malmsteen (played by Yngwie Malmsteen, Steve Vai)
10. "Frankenstein" originally by Edgar Winter Group (played by Steve Vai, Zakk Wylde, Nuno Bettencourt, and Tosin Abasi)
11. "Highway Star" originally by Deep Purple (played by Generation Axe)

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