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  1. Even with Better mentioning the title of "You're Crazy" in the song it's hard to say for sure since so many woman are crazy. It could really be about anyone.
  2. Has Axl had any kind of serious relationship since Stephanie? He's seemed content to bag models since then. Considering how much of Chinese was written in the 90's my guess is the lyrics about relationships are some combination of Erin, Stephanie, Slash and hypothetical.
  3. The record company wanting to save the albums GNR owes them for a reunion album actually makes sense and explains why they've been tough for Axl to deal with. I'm sure there's been some legal battles over whether Axl's GNR was what the record company signed up for.
  4. I mentioned this the other day, but I think TSI turning out to be GNR's last album hurts it. Put into context, they're good covers, they sound great, and it gave fans something off the heels of Use Your Illusion to tie them over until the next album. Which didn't happen, but that's not The Spaghetti Incident's fault.
  5. Axl just not going on tour likely wasn't an option at a time when GNR was the biggest band in the world.
  6. I think a lot of people are/were quick to write Axl off as just an egotistical asshole. The guy clearly had some issues and suddenly having fame and fortune didn't solve that - if anything it probably made it worse. I don't know how many people were have suffered through depression but there are times you don't want to get out of bed in the morning, let alone get in front of 30,000 and give a high energy performance. It's actually surprising/commendable that Axl wasn't the one who hit the booze/drugs the hardest to deal with it all.
  7. I always felt like whatever issues were between Slash/Axl were much deeper than disagreeing on musical direction or the future of the band. If they've made peace they probably don't want to disclose every detail about it to the media or risk re-opening old wounds. And really, what's the point? Axl, Slash and Duff made their peace with each other and seem content/mature enough to not have to air it to the public. They probably just told Adler that they're not airing complaints publicly and if he wants to be involved in the future to keep his mouth shut.
  8. I saw the 2nd before I saw the 1st so for me the twist was Arnold being the bad guy in the 1st one.
  9. If nothing else, the story on Izzy's been consistent for 26 years. And Izzy's career/lifestyle over that time supports it. Did they ever consider just starting the show later so there wasn't that 2 hour wait for GNR to come on? For as much as Axl said he went on when he felt mentally prepared or whatever, it typically around the same time every night, wasn't it? Like near midnight?
  10. The thing about Axl is he seems genuinely caring. It might manifest itself in him calling the band drug addicts on stage because he's concerned about it or him cutting someone out of his life because he felt they wronged him somehow but the guy cares, for better or worse. What stood out to be in Duff's book was Axl coming to visit him and wanting to do sober things like biking, trying to be supportive. And then years later, in 2010 when they go out for dinner, ordering a virgin whatever it was, to not drink in front of Duff.
  11. He was, it was just a stacked team and when you think of the Red Wings you don't think Brett Hull. Seemed like a random choice. Axl in hockey jerseys is odd anyway because I know throwbacks and jerseys were trendy at the time, but hockey jerseys never really were.
  12. Is that Tommy and Finck during Patience? They're looking at each other a lot, at one point neither of them play the next note and Tommy looks to be counting himself of Finck back in. That's probably what pissed Axl off.
  13. A Brett Hull jersey? That's random.
  14. If it wasn't for Alder's history of shooting off I don't think it'd be a big deal, but to the rest of the band it probably feels like Adler just complaining publicly, again.