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  1. Rumor of a new album???

    FM is one of the biggest bands ever though overall
  2. Rumor of a new album???

    ABBA would be as big as you could get. I don't see them doing a project, though.
  3. Rumor of a new album???

    This is actually pretty interesting. I have nothing to do so here is my take on a few big bands, Led Zeppelin- I REALLY wish this was true. More than even GNR, but it isn't. They are as A-lister as you can possibly get but no one in the band has toured recently that would remind them of how good the money is. Plant has continued his solo thing, Jones does small collaborations, and Page is inactive. Not much in terms of animosity, alimony, lawsuits, etc between members. Everyone wants to believe they will do a tour or an album, especially because its their 50th, but it isn't happening. Pink Floyd- Technically 3/4 of the main lineup could reunite and do an album/tour. Both Waters and Gilmour have had some very lucrative tours recently, but not as a collaborative group. I don't think this fits, it would be too out of the blue. Journey- Unlikely. I could have seen Neil Schon and Steve Perry getting back together again for an album. Schon was pissed at other members of Journey including the current singer, but they just announced another tour with Def Leppard. It definitely isn't a reunion tour, so I'd say they are out. Van Halen- Kind of possible, they haven't done an album in a while but I don't remember anyone in the VH camp saying they'd never do another one again outright. As for the "most of the original lineup" quote, who cares in this case? They already did that with A Different Kind of Truth so I don't think that wording would be necessary. They also haven't toured in a few years and when they did, it was amphitheaters, so it was a smaller trek than their past arena tours. The half hearted line could refer to ADKOT being sort of pieced together, but I doubt it. Oasis- I'd say this would have been a good guess aside from the recent concert touring line. Noel and Liam haven't done anything out of the ordinary in regards to their regular touring schedules. KISS- This one could be likely. PLENTY of half hearted collaborations under the KISS banner lol. Psycho Circus, having a "fake" Ace and Peter, a past reunion that fizzled, and the small current collaborations between Ace-Gene and Paul. The concert money thing throws me off, but Ace has been playing with Gene a lot and recently collaborated with Paul. Maybe it sort of refers to them rekindling interest out there? I don't know. I could totally see Ace coming back to KISS, but the wording of the article sort of doesn't fit with them. The Rolling Stones- They started and shelved an album in 2016 and released Blue and Lonesome again. Concert money always flows for them, and this would only really fit if Wyman came back. He won't, and it wouldn't be a big deal to the general public if he did, anyways. They don't have any new lawsuits, alimony, etc and they've been continuous since 2012. Heck, Blue and Lonesome counts as a studio release. Definitely not them. Bon Jovi- I don't think Ritchie and Jon said they would never do anything together again. A new album with Ritchie back probably wouldn't sell much more than whatever they are currently moving now without him. I guess this can kind of fit, since Bon Jovi always makes a boat load of cash when they tour, but I don't think this would be a huge deal considering he only left a few years ago. Metallica- Just released a new album and have all the living original guys (no one cares if Dave isn't involved in a Metallica album). Definitely not them. The Smashing Pumpkins- This fits. They aren't A- listers compared to a GNR or Zeppelin, but they are still a huge band. Billy just played a few shows with Iha and Chamberlain, said he has talked to Darcy, and expressed interest in a reunion. His recent touring with the Iha appearances may have bolstered interest/sales a tad and reminded him of the good times they had together. I would believe this. Rage Against the Machine- I don't know much about them at all, but I do know the band has been touring under "Prophets of Rage". Maybe the money was really good and that prompted them to convince Zack De La Rocha to come aboard. Maybe the article is referring to the current "Prophets of Rage" moniker as a half hearted attempt because it wasn't the full band. The Eagles- This could also fit, they are also "back" and touring regularly since Frey died. I am sure they are making a ton of money. It would be fucking stupid, and the article implies at least Bernie Leadon (no way to Meisner or Felder) would be involved. Wouldn't be a stretch because he was involved on their last tour, but has been absent since. As for "half hearted collaborations", maybe they tried something since their last album in 2008ish and it fell apart? Who knows. Guns N' Roses- Do they like money? Check. Is most of the band touring now and making tons of money? Check. Alimony and lawsuits? Check. "Half Hearted Collaborations?" Sure! (Failed 1995 album, VR, NuGNR, Duff filling in, etc). The control to the producer thing is strange, but having someone reel them in could be exactly what they need. They all have tons of great ideas and songs, but having someone help them organize it better and cooling ideas could be a positive IF Axl agrees to it and AC/DC showed me he sort of seems to like having less control. TLDR- A few bands fit, but GNR does seem to fit best EDIT- Forgot about Fleetwood Mac. Good call, there. I guess that isn't a bad choice. Theyve had/have a shit load of personal drama (lawsuits, alimony), haven't released a new album in a long time, and have recently sort of seen a reunion with Christie Mcvine coming back Also, not Aerosmith. They have had all originals forever. Same with U2 (and they just released an album)
  4. Smashing Pumpkins Reunion?

    Id love to see them if it happened
  5. US Politics/Elections Thread

    Being an American means being an ignorant shit? Oh man, I didn't get the memo Hardcore nationalism is a cancer
  6. Member Picture Thread

    Pic of me playing at a gig last week
  7. General Chat / Random Musings

    That fossil collection is awesome
  8. "What Movie Did You Watch?" - 2017 Edition

    Watching Logan for the first time since theaters. Damn, it really is good
  9. There is a 100% chance that there is a 0% chance that GNR releases new music this year
  10. Your concerts in 2018

    I saw the Eagles twice and they were a great both time. It blows my mind they are not only continuing without Frey (at least they have his kid) but also are sans Felder and Leadon I can kind of understand no Felder because he and Frey were still feuding, but at least having Leadon would add authenticity to the show. They had him play the majority of every show on the laat tour so it seemed like a no brainer go me. I'm sure NuEagles would be a good show if you never saw the real thing before though Anyways, this is the first year I legit dont have any active and big acts I want to see. Id like to see some smaller bands like Greta Van Fleet or Turbowolf. Maybe Jimmy Page or David Gilmour will tour lol, otherwise, itll be a very minimal concert year for me
  11. The Gear Thread

    Lovepedal had another half off sale (as they often do). I think they are my favorite pedal company lol Ordered a black Monkey Fist fuzz. Less than 10 made in black. Score!
  12. black sabbath or led zeppelin?

    Id say both bands are widely influential but Zeppelin moreso. By a great deal, too
  13. The Gear Thread

    Very good choices, especwilly for rock