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    • Yeh, you said he fixed it. I said when the band played those same songs live in 2006-2014 they were similar to what we have here, missing gtr III of course.  I've had similar experiences with songs, like Sorry which I didn't love immediately, until I heard GNR play in 2010, similar reasons to you too, they played it much rawer and it gave it a new lease of life... but it was the same song. Let's not get carried away, a bad song is a bad song whether you're favourite whatever plays on it or not, and the same goes for a good song. Are you saying the performances on the record were bad, or are you saying the songs were bad, and are you saying when these same songs were performed in 2010 that they weren't just as good, if not better.  
    • I guess it all goes together , helium sound contradicts power. There were times his voice was clean but had power and then it would sound like a children's sing along song that didn't match the music , ok , it matched ferrer , haha. But then he would hold a note , with power and for so long, Duff looked at him like he was impressed and it wasn't stage theatrics .  One thing I'll add about slash is he works double time to compensate and I have to say fortus has excellent instinct as well, he reads the stage so well, the man is good. 
    • It's super blatant.  I never heard anything about it though, seems impossible there was no suit. This was WCW, owned by Ted Turner, so there was a lot of money there. It seems like it would have been a slamdunk, he used WTTJ itself earlier in his career, so he clearly liked the song...  "Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns N' Roses (WCW; June 25, 1989 – March 4, 1990 / SMW; October 7, 1993 – October 10, 1993 / ECW; July 28, 1995 – September 23, 1995; used as a member of The Steiner Brothers)    
    • I know he did it with AC/DC for almost the entirety of each song, but expecting any singer to use rasp (vocal compression) constantly throughout 2 years of touring is a sure way to kill a voice. He knows how to do it properly, that's what the coach is for... but even with performing the correct technique perfectly to get rasp you're still damaging your voice, it's an unnatural way to sing. I can defend that, because of the limitations involved. I can't defend breathlessness or singing without power which he does on a fairly regular basis.  It is quite likely that he is in fact saving his voice to make it through the tour. If he goes back to AC/DC and uses full on rasp again... well I can't explain that, other than 1. he may be more motivated being in AC/DC or 2. he thinks the guns songs sound better these days with a clean vocal, while AC/DC needs a gravel voice.
    • I heard it live , the helium made a number of appearances , not "pro tools" 
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