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  1. Could 'Just Another Sunday' be 'Sunny Lovers Day'? It's missing from that tape, so it's safe to think it could there under a different title (Bring it Back Home is listed as Bring It Down Home. And the one listed as Too Much Too Fast has always been around as Too Much Too Soon)
  2. Fair guess. I can't remember they jamming on Hey You, but even if they did, why append just that jam at the end of a collection of CD demos and stuff?
  3. So while searching for stuff on Discogs I stumbled upon this bootleg from 2007. Nothing special, just a collection of CD demos and CD live tracks that were floating around back then, but the last song on the record is called 'Hey You' and I was wondering what it is. Has anyone here heard that? I'm not expecting anything rare, most likely a mislabeled track, but still, I'm curious.
  4. One is Paul Huge for sure, as I remember (when talking about the early ChiDem sessions) Tommy said something like: "there are guys who've never made a record trying to pitch ideas that those of us that actually made records found awful" (not the exact quote, but it was along those lines)
  5. Great interview, gotta love the guy! Among other things, he says (in GNR) he had to play with some guitarists that were great friends with him and others that were totally the opposite. For the latter, I would bet my bucks on Buckethead, Paul Huge and maybe Bumblefoot. What do you think?
  6. Given the line-up, I'd say this came up around the time Tommy was working on Village Gorilla Head (with later overdubs by Bumblefoot, of course). Maybe Axl liked the song and asked him to use it for GNR, that would be an educate guess. I have a question myself: do we know for sure it's Frank and not Brain on drums? And how do we know Richard was on it too? Was it somehow confirmed or just guessing?
  7. Probably spending his days in a dark corner of his room with the head in his hands chanting "Why did I trust Merck" over and over.
  8. Wish he would have given Razz full JC/Checkmate and TWAT, and a 15 sec snippet of IRS. At least we would have come to hear the latter in full anyway, eventually. Wonder why he just chose that one as the song to share only a snippet of.
  9. The recording is surely from 1999 or later, as Brain confirmed he played drums on it (so it could be one of the 30 or so tracks that Josh Freese had originally recorded and then Brain had to recreate). Also, as far as we know, the 1996 recordings are all instrumentals, no vocals. But who knows, maybe the roots of the songs are traceable to whatever idea they were working on for that Jackie Chan soundtrack in july 1996.
  10. Wonder how this uptownterry dude got those songs in the first place
  11. Who's InTownTerry? The guy who was supposed to have the full song and handed it back to the GNR camp in exchange for backstage passes that never showed up?
  12. I know that leak has been discussed countless times over the years, but I've just noticed something and was wondering if it was ever pointed out. I was reading again Chinese Whispers the other day, and there's this Duff interview with Howard Stern when the band is working on the scrapped 1996 album: Now, I know that the Jackie Chan/Checkmate leak is likely to come from the Sean Beavan sessions, but it would make sense if the working title was Jackie Chan because the song was based on the idea originally developed for that soundtrack. On the other hand, I think Axl said in an interview that everything from those 1996 sessions was scrapped and the new line-up started to write from scratch. Anyway, wonder if we're ever going to hear a full version of Jackie Chan/Checkmate (how many times have we said that over the last 10 years?)
  13. I wish! I wouldn't really hold my breath for that. Maybe they'll dedicate him Yesterdays, but I can't see them playing live any of those songs.
  14. I don't know the point either and I like how things have been going this year. Nevertheless, with some more promotional efforts (talk show appearances, interviews, media stuff) this could have been even bigger than it is (and it is big indeed). Not complaining, it wouldn't change much for us hardcore fans anyway, but it could make a difference with casual fans.
  15. This one from Sebastian Bach will always be my favorite: "I was on tour with him in Italy and we had a big dinner with Axl, Guns N' Roses and the road crew and everything… so I’m like ‘dude, I’m on this reality show on VH1, man, it’s hilarious; it’s 2 weeks work and they paid me this much for 2 weeks work and if they paid me that for 2 weeks, they’d give you like a million bucks or something.’ He looks at me like this: he’s getting madder and madder and he goes, ‘Sebastian, you don’t understand, I will pay VH1 2 million bucks to leave me the fuck alone'".