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  • 27-March 12

You guys do realise there's a few snippets lying around on youtube, right?
They sound AWESOME and are probably our best chance at getting music any time soon, even though the dude holding them has milked it a bit - Had run-ins with Axl's lawyer didn't he?


Definitely not early 80s GN'R material. That guitar tone sounds way too close to AFD which was '86+ and Slash was in by then. I think the other poster is right in that this may be the Zakk Wylde era stuff. Sounds a lot like Zakk. But Axls voice sounds very much like his AFD voice....I really don't know but I know its not pre-AFD. Slash coined that sound using a '59 Super Lead. I could see Zakk re-creating that sound later.

Edited by californiaz06, 10 July 2012 - 08:52 PM.




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  • 13-March 06
If this happens, or there are complete songs, can someone shoot me a Prime Minister?

Can we have a "Former/Current band member Neutral sub forum" please? Sometimes I identify myself as a Slash fan, sometime I identify myself as an Axl fan.





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  • 26-November 04
According to Slash & Zakk, they never recorded anything with Axl from the sessions - they just rehearsed for a week, and then a riff ended up on Zakk's BLS Sonic Brew called The Rose Petal Garden (or something recalled from memory). It was around 1995, but all Axl really wanted to do was to fix his problems with lawsuits from different people including Stephanie Seymour and Erin Everly...

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  • 19-November 11
Sounds on par with the Hollywood Rose thing. Killing Time was ok.



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  • 14-February 11
Those clips sound awesome.

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