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    Quality tunes. Playing in my band. Guitars. Motorbikes. St. Johnstone FC. Curry. Ale.

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  1. He stopped the cigs in the mid-late 90s. Only smoked cigars after, not sure if he still does. His voice has changed a number of times since he kicked the fags so I doubt it was that which caused such changes.
  2. Have to chuckle at Kerrang sooking the GN'R banger after so many years of slating Axl. "Interview plz xoxo" Shiterag.
  3. Just saw someone describe tonight's show as "grotty and listless".
  4. Just went back to it. Out for a fag during BHS?
  5. Just have him sorta wander onstage unnanounced. Slash only notices his presence halfway through the song.
  6. Certainly by now. I get that it was a staple of the Illusion era but it's just sad nostalgia now. Same with Attitude. I love the Misfits but surely by now they could have brought something else in for Duff to do.
  7. This I Love Remix **NO LINKS***

    Musically bits of it remind me of Portishead.
  8. This I Love Remix **NO LINKS***

    The whole remix thing is interesting in terms of how they'd actually go about releasing it. Fair enough a lot of us on here (i.e. the more hardcore fans) would be intrigued to hear it but your average Guns fan who just likes the straight up rock stuff maybe wouldn't have any interest in "that hip hop shite" being released with the GN'R name attached or at least linked to it. It's obviously something that Brain and Axl were into but you have to wonder, is there really a market for it?
  9. This I Love Remix **NO LINKS***

    Vocals are similar to how he sounded on the Angel Down tracks.
  10. This I Love Remix **NO LINKS***

    Less Disney sounding and more urban.
  11. This I Love Remix **NO LINKS***

    Mid 90s trip hop vibe with vocals an octave higher in the verses.
  12. I liked the contrast between them tbh. Maybe a bit jarring on older material but gave a unique feel to newer songs.
  13. Just realised the vocals from the quiet breakdown in Silkworms are in the live version. Never heard them in the bootleg I had.
  14. Hiya Saul, hiya pal!
  15. Had a bootleg CD of this just a few months after the show. Cool to hear it with a much cleaner recording. Interesting hearing the increased use of synths in the older stuff. The mad sounds from Pitman at the start of YCBM for example.