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  1. When AFD came out, nothing sounded like it, no other rock group before or after sounded like them. I was only 12/13 at the time, sufferingthrough the likes of Kylie Minogue... and the utter dross of meaningless music at the end of the 80s from SAW. GNR was the incendiary device that I was waiting for to kickstart my rebellionyears, they were explosive motherfuckers, supplementing my anger.
  2. Did I read someone say that Robin is better than Slash in GNR? LOL I thought I saw a puddy cat...I did, I did.
  3. Izzy stradlin

    No Izzy, no GNR, like Alan Niven said, "It's Izzy's band, he's the one who went out there first". Out of all the guys, Izzy is the most versatile judging by what's been released, which makes it even more sadder that he and Slash didn't agree on things to make their own recordstogether. That would have been something. I like the fact that all three players, Izzy, Duff andSlash have different musical personalities, yet combined they are explosive.
  4. Is it highly possible that more tickets will be released nearer the time and where can I find them?
  5. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story **SPOILERS**

    Tony Gilroy was called in to save the film - apparently it was too serious and glum. He rewrote the script and supervised the reshoots during the spring and summer. While Gareth was relegated to press duty, Tony was still locking the film down until December. You can tell how much of the film was compromised right from the beginning, too many introductions on various planets, plus they cut Felicity's part down considerably. The first half was not good, but the second half was fun, much better than TFA.
  6. New HBO show Westworld

    I knew the show was a mess from the pilot episode - it was all over the place, character introductions were vague, didn't know who we were supposed to be invested in and why? But I like the idea and stuck with it to the end and lo and behold my suspicions were confirmed: it has too many ideas. The premise of the show is simple, yet John Nolan Rube Goldbergs it so it appears to be something more than it really is and needs to be. I'm not sure what purpose the memory timeline served, in the end didn't reveal anything that affects the story, nothing is discovered.When the show spends so much time EXPLAINING stuff, then I tune out. In the series finale, none of the characters DISCOVER, they are told stuff, usually huge blocks of exposition. I do love that the revolt is led by the hooker and her story is fascinating, simple and on point. It kept me watching.
  7. I, for one, is looking forward to Slash/Myles doing some more stuff together. I'm also intrigued by Slash/Axl combo too. Both can bands can co-exist.
  8. To Kirk: They have only just got back together again. Let's see where we are at in 12 months time. Anyway, we know they are working on new material - it just takes time to get it right.
  9. Adler Playing YCBM

    I agree, you don't kick a band memberout if he has beendoing the job for a long time and the leader is happy. As a fan I want to see Steven playing it all and it can only happen if Frank resigns. I can see why Axl wouldn't want to go there. Can Steven even play for 2 plus hours?
  10. Melissa

    LOL a non-sequiter argument right there.
  11. Izzys back in the studio

    This article highlights the mysteriousaura surrounding Izzy. The writer went to great lengths to track his family tree - which is kinda creepy, not something anyone of us would like happen to us,but I liked the art teacher's contribution --he saw the genesis of the GNR logo.I actually love that Izzy doesn't conform and seems like he hasn't changed and is happy to say "no".
  12. Izzys back in the studio

    I'd like to think they can work out a deal after the current tour ends, but "it's so easy" to look at it from the outside. I think it's criminal that Izzy and Slash are not playing together, or even making anything outside of Guns, especially in the sober years.
  13. It's a crime that they don't work together. They compliment each other's styles so well.
  14. 2006 Izzy Interview

    Don't pay much attention to the credits because they don't tell you the complete story. It took five people to make those songs work. Why split hairs on shit like this?
  15. how good is Garden of Eden

    They both compliment each other. Slash isn't just playing power chords, it's the rhythm, the groove, and Slash allows Izzy to shine on the rhythm, because that's Izzy's job to accentuate the chords, play inversions of chords etc. Infact, Izzy playsthe lead in the verses and Slash is keeping the rhythm, then it swaps with the main solo where Izzy keeps the groove and Slash takes over with the lead.