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  1. Who Do You Want in the Rock Hall of Fame Next Year?

    I think that overall, while yes the RRHOF is bullshit and meaningless... but for bands that have influenced countless acts or genres as a whole but perhaps don't have the public or monetary recognition such as the stooges (who are in), cheap trick (also in), the MC5 (hopefully in this year) and many others it is sort of a big deal because it gives them the spotlight, if only for a short while and deservedly shines a light on them that otherwise may not have been shined. For big acts like KISS, Maiden, GN'R, etc, it doesn't make a difference if they are in or not.
  2. Bad songs sound bad regardless.
  3. Who Do You Want in the Rock Hall of Fame Next Year?

    Kick out the jams, motherfucker.
  4. Axl's St. Louis Rant Before YCBM

    I love bands that take this approach. The Raconteurs don't have a setlist. Jack White just reads the crowd and tells everyone else what to play next. It's awesome. I've seen them multiple nights in a row and it feels like completely different shows, to the point where sometimes the same song will be performed differently even.
  5. Better song: Coma or Locomotive

    I think Locomotive was guns at their creative peak, personally. Coma is great but hasn't aged as well in my opinion.
  6. Who Do You Want in the Rock Hall of Fame Next Year?

    The MCfucking5.
  7. 10/13/19 - Manchester, TN - Exit 111 Festival

    Comments like this are so dumb. It is literally his job to sing these songs and he is getting payed millions of dollars to do it.
  8. 10/11/19 - Austin, TX - Austin City Limits

    Exactly. There’s a reason 2006 was so good. If he didn’t run around so much, it wouldn’t make as much of a difference as it does but he’s a fairly active frontman, so he gets winded. Anyway we’ve all beaten this topic to death but I thought the post above saying there is no correlation was laughable. That’s like saying conditioning doesn’t matter for athletes.
  9. 10/11/19 - Austin, TX - Austin City Limits

    Yes being in shape and performing a physically demanding job have no correlation.
  10. I think the Beach Boys are a strong contender as well. But for how little output GNR has had, the craziness surrounding them is pretty insane.
  11. Vinyl LP and Turntable Discussion

    I just wish they'd release Libertad!
  12. What he’s saying is right though, aside from us die hards, people want the hits and songs like locomotive are 9 minute piss breaks for a lot of others.
  13. Yeah but the point is Axl doesn’t always approach things that way and that’s why he sounds winded and weak at times. It’s nice to see him sacrifice some of the antics for the sake of the song’s quality.
  14. I thought locomotive would suck. He struggled at a couple spots but that was wya better than I would have imagined. If you notice he’s not moving around too much during it, much more like how he handled AC/DC.