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  1. I really need to see this again 😂 Can anyone help?
  2. Old. It was one of the last things leaked by the chairman as far as I remember
  3. As It Began started when Fortus wasn't in the band yet. The mix on the locker cds is dated Nivember 2000 if I remember well. That's almost two years before Fortus joined. Why would Fortus use a GNR song predating his involvment for some obscure collaboration? I can hear the similarities in sound, but the chord progression is different. Do we have a source stating the credits for that Goodbye song? Discogs maybe?
  4. First time I hear this rumour, where does it come from? Any other details? I love Dummy VERY much, so I hope we get to hear more of it in one form or the other.
  5. Why do you think so? Axl seem to be on good terms with Robin, he even joined the band on stage in L.A. years ago. Not sure about Buckethead, but in the forum chats Axl serned pretty ok with him and basically blamed Merck for the misunderstandings that happened with Bucket.
  6. Yesterday Stone and Mike from Pearl Jam showed up for a cool Q&A session on Reddit. Wouldn't it be cool if Axl, Duff and Slash... "Ok nevermind".
  7. Top 10 GNR Guitar Solos

    Nightrain (Buckethead's version, Boston 2002) Better (Robin) There Was A Time (Bucket, outro solo) Sweet Child O'Mine (Slash) November Rain (Slash outro) Street Of Dreams (Robin) This I Love (Robin) Don't Cry (Slash) If The World (Buckethead) Double Talkin' Jive (Slash)
  8. First ever GnR song that you heard?

    I was a little kid in 1991 and Schwarzenegger was one of my fav movie heroes. I caught the YCBM video on tv and I was hooked. It also kickstarted my interest in heavier music (soon after I caught Enter Sandman on the radio).
  9. Really? I gotta lysten carefully, ad TIL was my fav remix and Dummy is one of my fav instrumentals leaked
  10. I interviewed Jericho in 2014 and he was amazing. He literally trolled me 😁
  11. OMG wasn't a joke. They never played it during that tour, but there's a recording of the band rehearsing it at soundcheck, so it was definitely considered at some point. Not everything makes it to the actual setlists, unfortunately. Remember how Perfect Crime kept appearing on the alt options?
  12. Your "best of the locker" CDs

    He spliced vocals from other songs for Chinese and mixed them together to come up with what you heard on his mix
  13. Dizzy and Paul Huge using a couple of their friends on bass and drums to write songs to bring in for nuGNR. http://www.gnrevolution.com/viewtopic.php?id=13280
  14. I know CD#2 from the locker hasn't leaked yet and it might include some interesting stuff, but while we all wait the mighty Chairman to deliver the goods, I couldn't help creating my own "best of" cd like many of you probably did too. I gave myself a few rules: no songs that came out on Chinese Democracy, using all the other songs with vocals, using some of my favorite instrumentals (especially those who seem to sound great even without a vocal track), try to give the whole thing a decent flow. This is what I came up with (with a few notes here and there): 01. Hardschool Kinda obvious. I wanted the cd to start with a rocker and this definitely works. 02. Tommy Demo #01 I wanted another rocker to follow Hardschool and I picked this song that I didn't really dig at first, but it slowly grew up on me. It fits, after all. Kinda like Shackler's following Chinese on CD, that's how the transition feels like to me. Wonder what's the actual title of this song. 03. Atlas Shrugged Time to start slowing things down a little bit. Atlas is one of my favorite leaks and works just fine in this position. 04. Thyme / 05. State Of Grace I honestly love this little instrumental bit and it works fine to keep things mellow here. No idea if it evolved into its own song or it was just the intro to PRL (which I didn't really like), but this just sounds heartwrenching to me. I think it fits well with State Of Grace (a little masterpiece, one of my favorite leaks) so i overlapped the last note of Thyme with the first one from State Of Grace, turning the former into a sort of intro for the latter. 06. Me & My Elvis 07. Quick Song The version with guide vocals 08. Eye On You Probably my least favorite of the leaks. The first time I put this cd together I literally forgot to add it, that says a lot. 09. Perhaps 10. Goin' Down 11. As It Began I put this here as a little interlude, sort of intro to the most diverse part of the tracklist. 12. Inside Out / 13. Nothing / 14. Dummy These are three tracks that share, each in its own way, a sort of "pop" feel. I worked them out as a sort of little trilogy. For 'Inside Out' I used a fixed version I made myself with that big glitch removed. Also, I somehow edited the abrupt ending so that it would have a slightly smoother transition into the first note of 'Nothing'. 'Dummy' is probably my favorite instrumental with Me & My Elvis. While I can see a vocal track improving the latter, I just can't imagine what kind of vocals might go on Dummy. The acoustic hook is simply amazing though, been playing this for days. 15. Silkworms Always felt like a closing track to me. I left out many other tracks I dig (Oklahoma, Devious Bastard, Prom Violence, Zodiac...) either because I couldn't find a "fitting" spot for them or just because I didn't want the instrumentals to overpower the vocal tracks. This tracklist of 15, clocking at 60 mins, just feels nice to me. How do you like it? Maybe you want to try to put the songs in this order and see yourself. Also, I would love to hear the tracklists of the cds you made for yourself as well.