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  1. I dig that. Cool little ditty.
  2. The album is definitely a grower. I'm at a point where the only song I feel a bit iffy about is Holy for Tonight. And I'm starting to enjoy it too. Even the last song with Post Malone, This Is a Raid, sounds good. I like that there are melancholic songs (Ordinary Man, Under the Graveyard), some heavy songs (Goodbye, Today Is the End) and some songs that are bonkers (Scary Little Green Men, Eat Me). It's nice to have variety. Especially when it works this well together. The production could be a little different, mainly the mix could be a little less clean and more chunky/dirty maybe. But the melodies are strong and the music is good. I think the overall quality of the album is surprisingly good. I myself am very pleased with it.
  3. First Single Guesses?

    "Where's the new F'n Gn'R single? Oh my Dad!"
  4. Axl should do a solo acoustic piano tour (maybe with Fortus and Reese, for example) and play ballads and covers. Perhaps singing with his lower range. Reinvent himself a bit. I would pay a decent amount to see/hear that.
  5. I don't know... I wasn't old enough to be a fan of the old Guns, so I always thought Slash and Duff were more grounded, punk-ish musicians than Axl. I was always curious what they had to say and I read a lot of their interviews and whatnot. But now when you've seen the video of Duff yacht shopping and read about Guns hiring models to stand in the front row during shows, I've realized that they are millionaire rockstars that I have nothing in common with. So my illusion of them being this dangerous rockband has vanished. They are more of theater act at this point. And it's all good, they've earned that place in their careers and their money with hard work. And now I get to just enjoy the music without concentrating who they are as persons. It's great. Should've understood that years ago. Tl;dr: Yes, I guess.
  6. Using "F'n" instead of just writing "fucking" is so lame. Either you have that attitude or you don't.
  7. It's so sad they only have one truly classic album they can milk money from. Every goddamn merch they put out has AFD-shit on it. I love the album, but come on... Fuck those knick-knacks.
  8. I'm just happy Ozzy is releasing new music. Takes me back.
  9. Cool news. And a nice song. Dig that melody, sounds like classic Ozzy. Curious to hear how the rockers sound with Duff and Chad.
  10. Setlist for 2020

    They should play just Velvet Revolver songs, maybe throw Seattlehead in there somewhere. Enough of this horsin' around shit. Guns N' Roses: The Velvet Revolver Experience.
  11. Terminator - Dark Fate

    I really, really wanted to like the movie, but it was just so boring and basic. Too much CGI, not enough plot. Too much pointless action, not enough suspence. Linda Hamilton was amazing, though. She carried the movie. She was badass, she was funny. She brought emotion and sadness. Just perfect. Mackenzie Davis was also good and believable. And there were some cool nuggets of interesting ideas and ways to explore the coming of A.I. in modern day and how it already affects our lives, but they just dropped the ball and chose to focus on action. All in all...meh. Bummer. If they ever make a Terminator movie again, they should scale back and focus on the story and horror elements instead of action. Feels like they always try to top T2 and it can't be done, but a simplistic movie à la T1 is doable.
  12. Duff's issues after alchohol

    I've never read or heard that Duff is insulin dependant or that he has any other lasting effects from his pancreas bursting. In interviews he has said he had third-degree burns inside his body though. I think he is fine and that incident didn't cause any lasting complications.
  13. All I know is that I've seen KISS five times (my girlfriend is a huge fan) and I've never been bored at their shows. Sure, they are a bit hoaky, but their live shows have always been a blast. Sometimes I take my rock'n'roll very seriously and sometimes... not so much
  14. Cool that they played it and cool that they were kinda lost with it. That's what live performing sometimes is.
  15. 10/18/19 - Guadalajara, MX - Estadio Jalisco

    I mean... I would be over the moon hearing that setlist. Old Gn'R, new Gn'R, Velvet Revolver, a few deep cuts... Something for everyone. I know it's been a few years already, but the fact that they play Coma and Slither regularly still makes me happy.