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If you could have one unreleased piece of GNR history, what would it be?

If you could have one unreleased piece of GNR history, what would it be?   104 members have voted

  1. 1. If you could have one unreleased piece of GNR history, what would it be?

    • Use Your Illusion Tour Documentary
      15
    • Demos from 1994-1996 before the breakup
      18
    • Chinese Democracy II (new album featuring material recorded in the late 90's)
      53
    • Shaquille O'Neil jamming with the band in-studio
      1
    • 2002 VMA Rehearsals
      0
    • Download Festival 2006 - Proshot DVD/CD
      0
    • 2006 European Tour Documentary
      0
    • 2010 South American Tour Documentary
      1
    • London 2010 - Proshot BluRay/CD
      1
    • Axl's "Autobiography" (his private documentation of the band's legal troubles throughout the years)
      7

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Without a doubt the UYI Documentary

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CD II > Axl's Autobiography > Demos from 94-96 > UYI Tour Documentary > 2006 European Tour Documentary > London 2010 Proshot Bluray > 2002 VMA Rehearsals > 2010 South American Tour Documentary > Download Festival 2006 Proshot DVD > Shaq

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1. the shaq stuff doesn't include axl so wouldn't be interested

2. download would be amusing to axl falling ovr all the time but not that interested

for me it isn't on the list but would be house of blues 01/01/01

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Don't care about new music. CD was too disappointing. I go with anything pre-break-up.

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Demos and Axl Autobiography. I doubt why anyone would give two shits about the rest.

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94-96 demos for sure. I am sure we will get the CD leftovers at some point, but those old demos will never be released and I am sure some great stuff is their.

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"The Lost Paul 'I Co-Wrote IRS' Tobias Tapes".

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Voted for the Use Your Illusion documentary. I imagine something in the style of Iron Maiden's Flight 666 which would have been awesome considering how much footage they filmed. Close behind would be Axl's biography, the 1994ish demos, and of course, a new album.

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94-96 demos for sure. I am sure we will get the CD leftovers at some point, but those old demos will never be released and I am sure some great stuff is their.

would be interesting to hear the 1996 version of this i love

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Sex tapes with Axl and Erin (or Stephanie)

:jerkoff:

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Chinese Democracy II and Axl's autobiography.

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Unreleased songs from the old band.

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For me it would be HOB 2001, VMA's 2002, 2006 Tour Documentary, Chinese Democracy 2 (Finck, Bucket, Brain material) and the London 2012 DVD.

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Tough to choose between CDII and 94-96 demos.

Agree but the whole poll is kinda unfair in the regard that presumably CDII has vocals on it and the 94-96 demos don't...so it's not really fair imo.

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CD II > Axl's Autobiography > Demos from 94-96 > UYI Tour Documentary > 2006 European Tour Documentary > London 2010 Proshot Bluray > 2002 VMA Rehearsals > 2010 South American Tour Documentary > Download Festival 2006 Proshot DVD > Shaq

This.

I'm tempted to put the '94-'96 demos above Axl's autobiography, but I just don't know if they were really that good. If anybody from the band thought they were, a) they would have pushed and pushed for them to be made into full songs, or B) they would have incorporated them into their own projects. We already know Fall to Pieces came from those sessions, but I think if Slash had any other killer riffs from that era he would have incorporated them into Snakepit/solo songs.

I may switch the VMA rehearsals with the South American doc. I mean, how long could the rehearsals have possibly been? Still, the mystique of that band makes it enticing.

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