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  1. Maybe i'm wrong, but i only remember axl using backing tracks in songs that had a double (or triple) vocal tracks like Shackler's. I think during the verses he sang the lower register part while the higher part was going on pre-recorded. That was the 2010 tour.
  2. Seattle Hell Tour dates

    I interviewed Duff back in early 2009 when Loaded's Sick was released (I write on a bunch of music magazines here in Italy). He was glad to answer a bunch of GNR related questions I had and one of them was about the Hell Tour. I asked him if they played any other shows on their way back to L.A., because some sources reported them and some didn't, and he confirmed that no other shows were played beside the one in Seattle.
  3. AXL

    Just read that topic and I had no idea that Mike Hammernik from Rapidfire was involved with the guys back in Indiana. If this is correct, I assume that Mike was, like Axl and Izzy, an Indiana native who moved to California and both he and Axl joined Rapidfire. Either that, or it's an error and he wasn't involved in Indiana at all. Do we have a source about this?
  4. AXL

    I think Axl was the name of his pre-LA band in Indiana with Paul Huge, and possibly Dave Lank and another dude?
  5. I just hope one of the reworked songs is Jackie Chan/Checkmate.
  6. In the chats, someone posted a list of rumored unreleased song titles from the CD era (Down By The Ocean among them) for Axl to confirm. Axl confirmed that title and added it's a song by Izzy (probably hinting it was brought to the table when Izzy came back in the fold to write with Duff in 95). It probably ended up on Izzy's album 'Fire' after being retitled 'Box', though it's just an educated guess and we don't have an official confirmation.
  7. I interviewed Duff in early 2009 when Loaded's "Sick" came out and, after we talked about his then current projects, he was more than willing to answer some gnr related questions. A true gentleman. I asked him something about the hell tour (mind you, this was when the only book available was Slash's. Duff's books hadn't come out yet), something about Cornshucker, something about studio vaults and about playing with Axl again as special guest (Axl had just said in the chats that he was open to have Izzy and Duff on stage).
  8. Really? Wow, I think I missed this or I forgot. Do we have any pics?
  9. I have a dream: Checkmate/Jackie Chan in the new Terminator movie.
  10. What's your unpopular GN'R opinion?

    Chinese Democracy is my favorite GNR album.
  11. Does he also talk about the remixes and whatever happened with the remix album?
  12. That's true, but that doesn't mean they couldn't use more rhythm tracks recorded by him if they wanted to. How much he was involved, I don't really know.
  13. Maybe because most of the stuff was recorded before he joined. To be fair, most of the stuff was recorded even before Bumblefoot joined, but Bumble's guitar is used more than Richard's. Wonder why.
  14. Man, 95 and 96 they were fighting all the time. It's nothing like that now.
  15. What is your quintessential Guns N' Roses song?

    Why hasn't anyone picked My World yet? Anyway, I wouldn't be able to pick just one: YCBM, It's so easy, Better, Locomotive...