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  1. Solutions

    I think that a good solution would be to ban all of the suspicious accounts, ban their IPS and make the sign-up process by admin-approval only. Also, hide some sections of the forum to new users until we have enough evidence that they're not part of this.
  2. Solutions

    How did those individuals became so powerful in terms of pulling down material from EVERYWHERE? Youtube, Discord, even your hosting provider... They must have some kind of access that proves that they're the 'legitimate owners' of the material
  3. Well, seems like this is really the end of NITL. We didn´t have this kind of articles before. It´s almost like a press release or something. Also the last time we had the "the end? We're just getting started" on the tour page of gunsnroses.com so they were teasing us from the beggining. Now we only have some festivals dates but it seems to be something else. I think that we'll hear something new the next year in some form
  4. What F* is this

    HAHAHAHHA love it! The Madasgar one is legend
  5. The guy is nailing Shadow of Your Love every night. He was also nailing Back in Black. For Hard School he will be more than fin. Atlas is kinda like Catcher, so it should work
  6. 10/11/19 - Austin, TX - Austin City Limits

    This post is crazy. I mean I agree but imagine saying this on 2015. ARE THEY PLAYING COMA? WHAT?!
  7. Can we get a little more context on the conversation with Fernando? Was it a call or via text? Maybe there's a chance that he didn't read/heard the question?
  8. 09/25/19 - Charlotte, NC - Spectrum Center

    All the videos are taken down. Fuck those no-life fuckers. It's amazing how long they've been pulling this shit and is even getting worse. Amazing show but no way to see it.
  9. IP's are mostly dynamic on today's internet, so you don't have a easy way of doing that
  10. I'm not finding that post on reddit, did he delete it?
  11. The CD songs are better on the album release version (perhaps only Rhiad is better on the rough mixes), but the album should had been released back then. Atlas and Perhaps are amazing and add a lot to the overall experience of the album too. Silkworms sucks though
  12. Actually there was a lot of momentum that was gone after the cancelled 2002 tour. But if they released something around the RIR 2001 perfomance it would had been huge.
  13. The quality is awesome. Such fucking good material, it's really a shame. I mean Axl delivered big time. Then various producers and the label fucket it all up CD is my favourite album, but in 2000 it would been huge and we'd have all the intended albums already
  14. I think this is not a bad SCOM
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