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  1. And this is why I'm an atheist.
  2. Your clock is off. It's missing years and months at the beginning Truer words, my friend. Truer words...
  3. I would definitely agree the UYI set, while a little bloated, definitely showed a more mature side of the band. However, it really saw Axl's ego and creative choke hold start to come out. But also at that point the band had fractured. Izzy was gone, as was Steven. The cracks had already started to form.
  4. I think they would have faded away. I think what made AFD so groundbreaking and timeless is the band lived what they sang. No posing, no pretentiousness, no bullshit. While the Sunset Strip was pushing out cockrock and partying, Gn'R were Les Paul's and heroin. What made the band so famous was the exact same thing that blew it apart. Volatile, dangerous and unpredictable. Had the five managed to stay together and not have drama, there would never be an album as good as AFD. That kind of lifestyle would mean the five would be at war with each other constantly.
  5. First Single Guesses?

    He'll say, "Hey, did that Axl fella ever put out any new music. That Paradise City song was groovy".
  6. The "New Album" Thread

    I've accepted Hard School the last new music I'll hear from the band. Most of the leaks were garbage, but this isn't a bad song at all. Better than ending with Oh My God or Silkworms.
  7. The "New Album" Thread

    Problem is nothing has changed. They are still inconsistent and they still charge premium for their tickets. That type of volatility was funny in the early 90's when I was a teenager, now it's just stale.
  8. The "New Album" Thread

    With the price of concert tickets these days, that type of inconsistency is a huge problem.
  9. Mr. Bungle Reunion

    I saw them on the Disco Volante and California tours. I tried to get tix for the LA shows but it wasn't to be. I really hope this turns into something bigger. Have a blast at the show mate!
  10. Mr. Bungle Reunion

    That's awesome! Is it the first time you've seen them?

    I stopped reading at Mary Sue. When a derogatory term is tossed around to describe a woman with skills, I lose interest in the argument.

    I'm doing the 9 movie marathon at Harkins starting at 6 tonight. I look forwartd to hopefully enjoying Rise of Skywalker and promptly being told I'm wrong
  13. Your Top 5 Albums Of The Year

    Blood Red Shoes - Get Tragic Bones UK - Self titled Liam Gallagher - Why Me, Why Not? Rews - Pyro Yonaka - Don't Wait 'Til Tomorrow
  14. Mr. Bungle Reunion

    Nice! I was in the waiting room, supposedly 83rd in line and I didn't get tickets. I saw them in 95 and 99, so it's not the end of the world, but it would have been nice to go.
  15. For me it's their reverence for their fans. The constant output of music and the way they interact with the fan base is great. You can tell they value us.