Juventino

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  1. I like his look with a beard, such as the 1989 MTV performance with Tom Petty. Still essentially the Appetite look, but add the beard.
  2. It's to do with the "I think we've seen that movie too" line, based on Elton's 'I've seen that movie too' song.
  3. I've got this which I was then able to get signed by Adler. Others I have are mostly singles - YCBM, SIDHY, KOHD, November Rain (picture vinyl with Patience and SCOM), SCOM with It's So Easy live at the Marquee, and Jungle. Appetite too. There might be one or two more, I can't remember because they are all at my parents place. But I do love giving them a spin, the sound is better on vinyl.
  4. Nah, I prefer the Paul Tobias contributions
  5. Don't forget that when they visit a new country they have to do media and intervie...oh wait
  6. People in the floor seating said there were some sound issues for Wolfmother and first 30 minutes of Guns, but after was ok. For me it sounded fine where I was.
  7. I was at the show last Saturday and thought Axl sounded good Saw some of the usual comments here afterwards, but Saturday stands up as one of my best concert experiences. Others who went who aren't as hardcore as me didn't think Axl would sound as good as he did, they were pleasantly surprised.
  8. Thanks. And I reckon I've seen some of your videos, uploaded by other people on YouTube without giving you credit (of course).
  9. Hey @Gibbo, if you know of videos of the full show or somewhere where I can download it, let me know. Thanks.
  10. Enjoy the show to everybody going! After Saturday night, I wish I was there too.
  11. Was probably done with a proper camera, which is not allowed.
  12. Some Adelaide videos: Paradise City Sweet Child O' Mine (security guard forces to stop filming near the end) Nightrain November Rain You Could Be Mine (not full song)
  13. Yep! I reckon that's exactly what he said.
  14. Thanks to the Guns Over Oz FB page for this, so I'm sure that means, thanks @Gibbo Great front page
  15. A few thoughts on the day. I got there around 3:30 and was able to get to the front of the line with my cousin, who bless him, went there at 8am with a mate. Got in, was on the barrier in the Diamond GA on Slash's side, so it was a good position. Wolfmother were pretty good (although I heard people further back say there were some sound issues for that and the opening half hour of Guns), I hadn't seen them since opening for AC/DC in 2010. My cousin and I looked at each other as Looney Tunes was coming on, and they started about 15 minutes early, and couldn't believe it was finally happening. From It's So Easy through Paradise City I don't think I stopped singing - my voice is paying for it today, but it is well worth it. I had a great time. Axl sounded good, Slash was a beast and everybody around me had a great time. People I knew further back didn't expect it to be as good, especially Axl, as it was. I didn't hear one complaint when walking out of the stadium, nor have I seen one online since from those who went. Axl was in a good mood last night, he was playful on stage with the band and the audience, throwing in a few comments here and there, offering a dance from time to time. With that, I was saying to those I was with that we'll probably get extra songs from the norm, lo and behold on come Yesterdays and Used To Love Her, then Sorry in the encore. Coma was brilliant and something I was hanging to hear. I was gearing up to hear Patience given they played Don't Cry in Melbourne, but DC was still great. The Chinese songs, as you expect, didn't get too much of a response. Actually maybe it was more of a sliding scale. CD and Better get you going, This I Love and Sorry don't work as well in the live setting. Throw in something like IRS and it could be different. Jungle was great, Nightrain another, to name only a few. Paradise City really got the crowd down the front moving. And then it was over. As we all have here, I was waiting many years to see this show. I saw Guns in 2007 and 2010, VR in 2005, Slash on a few occasions. But this was a great night and the stadium setting obviously has that different feel. I'd say there were about 30,000 there, but that's just a guess judged on turning around to see the crowd. It's a day I won't soon forget.