I first saw this in '96 after finding it on a VHS with Queensryche's Live In Tokyo in my uncle's stuff. I was 14 and while I knew who most of those guys were, I hadn't seen much footage of them. This was early-internet days, so finding rare clips of 80's dudes wasn't really a thing yet. I was mostly stoked with Geoff Tate's parts because I was obsessed with Ryche then and this was the first time Yngwie really stood out to me. He really kind of slays everyone in that vid. Also, people given Dokken sh*t for his voice these days, but in comparison to the guys he was singing with here.....I don't think he was all that great back then, either.
Highlight- "I like how he puts the 'J' in his name so you don't confuse him with all the other Yngwie Malmsteen's."