Iron MikeyJ

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  1. X-Men/Wolverine

    A little off topic, but I just saw Deadpool. What a great movie that was, by FAR my favorite non MCU comic book film. It was also the funniest movie I have seen in a while.
  2. That Civil War was fantastic. That's as good as anything from the 90s really. I'm still amazed they are back together and sounding THIS good.
  3. Sorry is legit. I'm 50/50 I'm TIL.
  4. It could be just a fan video, but I think one MIGHT exist. I seem to remember one about a guy and girl on a train. I know official videos were made and are available (if you know where to look) for Sorry and Better. I'm not 100% on TIL though.
  5. For me, SIDHY is another chapter in the whole "trilogy" that feels more like a saga at this point. Don't Cry, NR, Estranged, SIDHY, and even throw TIL in as the closer. TIL might be a bit of a stretch, at least the video for it anyways, but the song DOES fit imo.But the other 4 always flowed together well, especially the videos imo. SIDHY feels like the "oh well, fuck it, time to move on" moment of the "saga". Maybe thats why Axl wanted to do it in the first place? Because it expressed how he felt better than anything he felt he could write. As for the song itself, like others have said, I do love the song. I always have, since the first time I heard it. I have some friends that don't really like gnr all that much (they don't dislike them, just casuals) who really like that song as well. I think it gets to much Shit from Us hardcores, it really is a fantastic cover. Having said all of that, I have NO desire to see it added to the set list, Even to replace The Seeker. I would rather see Patience and Don't Cry become perminate staples before SIDHY.
  6. New Toho Godzilla in 2016

    I just felt like they gave her to BIG of a role in some of the films. I need to rewatch some of them, but I think it was Godzilla vs Space Godzilla is the one were I thought "enough of Miki, she's in like every scene."
  7. New Toho Godzilla in 2016

    Yes that's who I was talking about, Commander Takai Aso. I looked it up, and he isn't in the new movie. I always liked him, so that's a bummer, oh well. He is probably my favorite returning character over the course of the Heisei series. I know some people liked Miki Seagusa, and I did in the first couple of films she was in, Biollante especially. But as the Heisei series went along, she got in my nerves.
  8. New Toho Godzilla in 2016

    True. Also Final Wars always felt like the the true conclusion to the Heisei series.
  9. New Toho Godzilla in 2016

    I'd it just me, or did it look like that one of the Generals was the SAME guy that played the General in some of the Heisei films? Sorry I don't remember his name, but he was in a few of them, he also had a cameo in Final Wars.
  10. Prostitute is a wonderful song

    I don't know what to make of that song. Isolated, by its self, sure it's a good song, and some great guitar work. In context of the CD album though, it's the last of how many midtempo ballads? For me, it's like "here we go again" when that song comes on while listening to the whole album. Honestly, I prefer TIL, CITR, SOD, and Maddy over it. They just feel more like "guns n roses" to me (even though they feel a little flat at times as well). Prostitute feel a Michael Jackson song with controversial lyrics and guitar solos, it really does. People talk about Shacklers, better, oh my god and other songs as "not feeling like guns n roses" and I get that. But they still rock. Maybe not in the classic Appetite way, but at least they have some punch to them. So I can somewhat place them as a guns song. Prostitute on the other hand is an Axl Rose solo imo. Its like Just another Sunday. They are what a TRUE Axl solo album would probably sound like imo. Again, by its self, I like the song. I even think it's good. Its just a good Axl Rose song, not a Guns n Roses song.
  11. Agreed, all of them sound better 😊 with Slash and Duff. While rerecording the entire CD album would not be a good idea IMO. I do think, if a new GH album is to appear, I would rather Slash and Duff redo all the CD songs that are included, in order to make the album more cohisive. Not to mention it would make the songs rock a little more, and make them seem like "new" songs, well sorta anyways. I would also want at least 2 genuinely new songs as well though, if a GH were to happen. Just my 2 cents 😊
  12. Part of the reason why I like it is because I can actually hear Slash's notes, for the most part anyways. I've been dying to get a get a good recording of that song, just to hear how Slash would do that solo. IMO, not to piss off any Robin fans, but that song in particular was supposed to have Slash on it. While Robin does a great solo on the album, it never felt "right" to me. So hearing Slash play it is kinda like hearing the song for the first time for me, because this is HOW it SHOULD sound imo. That is why I am hoping for a live album, or even a GH with the CD songs rerecorded with Slash and Duff, because to me, this is HOW they should have sounded all along. I am really looking forward to putting some good headphones on and just "drifting away" to these songs, this one in particular.
  13. That might be the best performance of that song EVER. Holy shit, Slash ripped that solo a new asshole.
  14. I think Axl was fine, I think Duff is fine. I think some are reading too much into every little thing. Did Axl give "cautious" answers? Yes. But that's because how he is now. I honestly feel that he likes to keep his private life, and private feelings, PRIVATE now. He just doesn't want to share the details of every little thing with everybody anymore. I'm sure there were some pretty emotional conversations that took place between Axl, Slash, and Duff but we will probably never know the details of those conversations. I get it, it's not a big deal to me. I don't think Axl likes being in the media anymore, he likes Guns n Roses being in the media, but not Axl Rose. So he gives very vanilla answers to things in order to stay out of the media. He told us WHAT happened, not every detail no. But at least we know the just of it now. That's good enough for me.