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HOF Lineup

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Hi Marc,

As far as GNR goes, for me the best lineup was, and always will be the Appetite lineup. I was very irate when I read Axl's open letter that he would not attend. Still, to the credit of Slash and Duff, I feel they did everything possible to give the fans a great performance. What really blew me away was Steven Adler's drumming. After seeing him arrested on Celebrity Rehab, I was so inspired how good he was the night of the HOF. I felt getting Gilby was obviously the best replacement for Izzy.

I thought the band sounded amazing. Myles for the most part did a decent job but of course there is only one Axl. What did you think of the performance and do you think the HOF lineup would ever do a mini tour?





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The HOF set was mostly for Adler, and the pic of Axl was looming over GNR as they played...

Edited by dalsh327, 09 July 2012 - 08:55 AM.




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I think they made lemonade out of lemons. However they would never tour and try to force a GNR thing. The only singer for that is Axl.




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I agree, Adler definitely still has It.
Damn_Smooth ( At the moment, I would say I am a bigger fan of MSL. He has provided me with much more entertainment over the last year than Guns has). Msl was also entertained when he used your chin as a place to rest his ball sack.




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Adler's smile throughout the performace just crowned the night, I don't think he's been that happy in a long time.

"Within three years, he succeeded in alienating his entire band and replaced them with session musicians. He got the full control he wanted and only had to turn Guns N’ Roses into a soulless revival act to do it."

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