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  1. The question is "Where's Izzy" at the end? LOL
  2. This is what the internet does. Gives everyone a opportunity to Monday Morning Quarterback every show instead of just enjoying the show for what it was/is. This band is not Rush where everything is going to be perfect every night.
  3. kinda funny comment by Fortus about the new video.
  4. Slash's guitar was way out of tune when he started PC. He had to retune a string or two.
  5. Lots of trucks hauling this tour around. I remember talking with one of the drivers for the Stones Bigger Bang Tour and he said they had 110 semi's on the road for that tour. 55 for each venue leap frogging across America. They started load in on Friday for this show. According to Opie they are "already planning for next year." _______________________ A crew of about 250 set the stage at Heinz Field on Monday afternoon for a concert 24 years in the making. “It's been exciting,” said Dale “Opie” Skjerseth, the production manager for Guns N' Roses, which will perform at the football stadium as part of their “Not in This Lifetime” tour Tuesday night. “Everybody's having a good time. The band's enjoying it, and so are we.” A small yellow forklift zipped across grey turf that covered the field as several people milled about on the stage looming nearby. Set-up for the show began Friday with 16 trucks loading the stage, decking and flooring into the stadium. Seventeen production trucks arrived Monday, and crews that began working the stadium at noon were set to finish by 7 or 8 p.m. “It's very simple,” Skjerseth said during a media tour of the stadium. “Eight hours, and we're done. Ready to go. Ready for the band.” ______________________________ Full article http://triblive.com/news/adminpage/10775909-74/band-skjerseth-stage
  6. Perfect Review. A live show is an experience and you should enjoy it!
  7. Listen to 3:00- 3:50 "Dude." ... and I am relaxed thanks. Have a good day.
  8. I am just saying that playing LIVE is different than being in the studio. I know that some bands will play songs faster live because is helps protect the singers voice. Not saying that is the case here but there are so many factors in a live show that are not issues sitting in a recording studio. If you want it to sound like the CD... listen to the CD. Paradise City- Main section Kansas City 111 BPM- Ferrer Drums AFD- 102 BPM Adler Paris '92 -- 100 BPM Sorum Ritz- 107 BPM-- Adler Freddie Mercury Tribute-- 98 BPM Sorum
  9. Somewhere many pages ago someone posted that Jungle was way too fast. I thought, as a drummer, I would do a comparison just to see. I used a Periscope of the song from the Kansas city show and from some other shows. Kansas City (Avery Drury Periscope) ---124 BPM (Beats Per Minute) Ferrer on Drums AFD CD ---123 BPM Adler on Drums Paris '92-- 124 BPM Sorum on Drums Ritz NY-- 130 BPM Adler on Drums 'nuff said.
  10. You mean these aren't real? LOL
  11. He could start by blowing the whistle in the right place. LOL