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  1. Shackler's Revenge solo - original version?

    I dunno why the Bucket solo is hidden there but it has been talked about before on here! As for Bumble's solo, nowhere near his best work (check out Dash or something for that) but it's a lot of chaotic fun. Hearing it around the time when I was a teen discovering rock music was great.
  2. NITL live videos on youtube

    Mix is quite rough. Sounds like being in the audience in that sense... I like how you can hear all the mistakes clearly tho
  3. North American Tour Dates Announced

    Wow, two short-tempered frontmen with weird singing voices at one gig. That's pretty cool. I would love nothing more than a Billy / Slash guitar battle.
  4. What's your unpopular GN'R opinion?

    Chinese Democracy is simply the best album
  5. 1. Bumblefoot 2. Slash 3. Buckethead 4. Robin Finck 5. Fortus 6. Izzy Stradlin 7. DJ Ashba
  6. GNRs Slash & Duff On New Ozzy Album

    The vocal line "all right now" in the beginning sounds like it was sampled from Sweet Leaf lol. Or more like, they are desperately trying to evoke that nostalgia. The autotune makes this thoroughly unenjoyable.
  7. First ever GnR song that you heard?

    November Rain. I was like 15. It was 2007 or something, I was chatting about music with my friend on MSN Messenger and he linked me the NR video on YouTube. Obviously the video is cheesy as fuck, but that Slash solo outside the church though... Couple of months later, I bought my first guitar from that same friend
  8. Motley Crue, Def Leppard, and Poison 2020 Stadium Tour

    Complete bullshit, I'm not one to usually call out bands for being "sellouts" but I think this really re-defines the meaning of that word...
  9. The Marshall Podcast featuring Slash

    That's a nice podcast idea for Marshall. Good marketing to start with such a high-profile guest, so that the audience will subscribe to the show (I know I will). Hope they get some more legends on the show too!
  10. Slash’s Playing is SIC Right now

    Yeah I think he's playing better than ever. Getting off the drugs really was a good idea
  11. Nine Inch Nails inspired GN'R songs

    Yeah, the whole comparison between GN'R and NIN is a big meme.
  12. Cool guitar clinic with Fortus, including GN'R questions (June 2019)

    I also highly recommend seeing them live if you can, they are really wild and have 2 drummers and 3 guitarists. It's fun as hell
  13. Cool guitar clinic with Fortus, including GN'R questions (June 2019)

    Totally, that was such a ridiculous answer lol. BTW, about your signature, have you heard the latest record from King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard? There's a song there called "Planet B". (They're the best rock n' roll band out there today)
  14. Sorry if this was already posted, I did not find it. Audience Q&A opens up at 27:45. Includes questions about Chinese Democracy, possibility of new record etc.
  15. To me, industrial implies repetitive looping harsh riffs, etc. Silkworms and OMG, I guess, but I think the rest are just overproduced hard rock with orchestral elements or something! The album Chinese Democracy sounds more like Muse than industrial rock/metal (to me). ut I think this track comes the closest due to the distorted bass and drum loop thing. Someone mentioned Ava Adore by The Smashing Pumpkins and I think that's a good comparison!