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  1. On 11/16/2019 at 10:51 PM, Gibson_Guy87 said:

    That Ken Tamplin guy made a few videos reacting to Axl's UYI era vocals. Some of the criticism is valid but he also picked one of Axl's worst performances from the UYI tour. 



    Well first of all there's absolutely nothing of value in this guy's "reactions". Just comments about the look, Slash's guitar etc. Way to go for a vocal coach.

    Secondly, he is highly annoying / irritating to watch and listen to - at least to me.

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  2. On 7/15/2019 at 10:28 AM, Live Like a Suicide said:

    Currently sitting on 962 million views, SCOM is nearing the 1 billion mark on YouTube. This is not counting the alternative SCOM video uploaded to Guns N' Roses' account, which has 16 million views, or the topic video, which has 587,000 views. SCOM would be the second Guns N' Roses song to reach the benchmark.

    How many bands artists have multiple videos over the 1BIO mark?

  3. On 1/2/2019 at 7:45 PM, estranged_85 said:

    And then, just nothing.... until the second biggest grossing tour of all time came along with Slash n Duff. 

    But yeah, 2006 was amazing. Axl was really on point. Great vocals with ALOT of power. Great looks. Too bad the semi-reunion didn't happen then.

    UYI tour, 2006-07 and 2016 was my fave GN'R/Axl years to date. 

    Exactly this, with the release of CD in 2008 as another key momentum for me in the band's history.

    2006 Axl was so bad-ass.

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  4. 1 hour ago, RussTCB said:

    There are plenty of rumors floating around from people claiming to be "in the know" that's for sure. 

    Everything from a live album and a studio version of Witchitaw Lineman to a full, new studio album. 

    Personally, I couldn't care less about the former but would love for the latter to be true. 

    Let’s go crazy and hope we have both a live album (Houston 2016 with minimum overdubs) and a new studio album.

  5. On 11/19/2018 at 11:18 PM, Old_school_gnr_fan said:

    Nobody hated Donald Trump until he ran for President, then the liberal media labeled him as "racist" and "misogynistic".

    He wasn't much on the radar here in Europe before the election, but he wasn't respected either. People already made fun of him, his business, his TV show and his poor taste.

    I don't see the role of the so-called liberal media in this, media is reporting what the fucker is doing / saying. He himself is casting that shadow. Conservative media tries to pass his behavior as normal, that's more an issue to me.


    Anyway, I hate to fucker, his policies, his persona, his poor vocabulary, poor thoughts, poor taste so go Axl and more importantly go US, get rid of that idiot. 50% of you voted him in (the fact he has supporters is something I'll never understand) but I have faith that some of those people had a change of heart and he'll be voted out in 2020. And a lot of cleaning will be needed afterwards.

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