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About mr-fukaji

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  1. my main man Richie Fortus countin' green, getting more tattoos and playing his big white Gibson all the way to the motherfn bank for 16 years, here's to 16 more
  2. I admire Axl's persistence in making sure nobody's really ever truly happy
  3. Tommy Stinson is definitely out. Duff Mckagan will be on bass. Who, the guy who once got so loaded his pancreas blew up? and he's playing with the guy who was clinically dead at one point because of heroin, right? It feels incredibly stupid, petty and time wasting for anybody here to be going around calling people junkies, especially in this bitchy, territorial way which has the forum at it's absolute worst.
  4. So this "reunion" is just a money grab?

    If the reunion was anything other than a cash grab they wouldn't be opening at Coachella. Reunited bands headline Coachella for the millions of dollars they get offered. The Smiths have repeatedly turned down Coachella's offers of millions of dollars to headline the festival. It's good that these guys are friends again seemingly but nothing facotrs into this other than millions and millions of dollars. It's Coachella. Ryan Gosling, Katy Perry and Emma Watson are going to be there. Giant American Express banners, Heineken bars and Samsung charge ports are going to be littering the $900 VIP area where people have a choice of Absolut vodka while they try and spot Jared Leto. It'll be nice for some people, but pretending it's anything other than three 50 plus year old men doing it for anything other than the moolah that the whitest, most moneyed festival in the world is throwing at them is bananas
  5. Given that one of them drank til his pancreas exploded, one of them was clinically dead for a period of time and has a serious heart condition and the other had a stroke plus multiple rehab attempts, I think it's safe to say these 50 something year old men are more just on the side of caution and not wanting to be dead in a month or be shown up as an embarrassment by a weak link rather than perpetuating some tedious rock n' roll borefest image and destroying their lives. Or whatever you said.
  6. Dear Fermanager,

    They might just not know/have known that people are/were so keen to see the show. People were coveting new music and a new record for more than a decade so things like archive video might just not have been that important in the grand scheme of things. Plus, I still reckon that kind of thing is almost a niche interest for bands and it gets kind of hard to be able to know exactly what people want most. For everyone that wants the pro shot House Of Blues show there's another that wants the VMA Rehearsals or whatever. I'd like both, obviously!
  7. Dear Fermanager,

    I will look for it. Soooo long ago, surely it's here somewhere. Maybe one of you guys can come by and organize our vaults. No question to add, but just to say it'd be absolutely brilliant to see more stuff like this out and available to view.
  8. 2-4 Months, What's the News?

    Ideally, for me anyway, i'd like to see some sort of live archive in the vein of the Fugazi & Bikini Kill websites that offer the chance to download all available live shows from whatever years they deem suitable, either audio or video, aswell as flyers and photos from the concerts and experiences from attendees made up of whatever the band have available to them with hopefully a lot of unreleased or unheard shows. That's just in an ideal situation though because I don't know how keen GNR have been on keeping their shit recorded and stored or whatever, but you never know what fans have available if you reach out to them. Kiss did it with Kissology and AC/DC did it with that big four DVD box set they put out which brought up some cool and exciting results. It's a pretty neat and exciting way of engaging with fans, too. Whatever's left over of the original Chinese Democracy sessions would be good. Again, having never managed a multi million record selling band I don't know how easy it'd be but in a land of pipe dreams when record label politics aren;t an issue something like what David Lynch did with the Twin Peaks music archives where he released about 60 tracks worth of unheard shit for a big one time price would be good if it was made up of new music and alternate takes and demos of music. DVD market's is allegedly on it's arse but it'd be good to get live videos up on a Youtube or Vimeo channel, maybe. Again, if it's stuff nobody outside of the band has seen it'd be very exciting to have. Cheap Trick a few years ago discovered and put up a whole bunch of shows on Youtube. Danzig put out a documentary for a one off price on Vimeo. Anyway, all in an ideal situation.