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  1. Trump is a part of the hollywood elite though. Just saying. Nobody is in a bandwagon if they don't support Trump and supporting Trump doesn't make you in any way anti-establishment.
  2. It's an okay list, but it's weird that The Spaghetti Incident isn't represented at all. I'd add Down On The Farm, Don't Damn Me, Double Talkin Jive, Locomotive, There Was A Time and This I Love in there. But if they're allowed to put only 26 songs there, I guess it's an okay list. Just replace the extra Don't Cry with something that I mentioned.
  3. He was good even in 2018 when he sang with the screaming AC/DC voice. I'm talking mainly about SOYL. I do agree that he should sing with that voice in the studio too, cause then he would sound good on those songs live as well. My point is that he didn't sound good on Rock the Rock because of the layers. If anything the layers were unnecessary. He would have sounded great even without them. Probably even better, at least to people like you, who prefer the natural and gritty approach.
  4. Wouldn't you say that Axl sounds good when he sings AC/DC songs? He's singing Rock the Rock with the exact same voice that he uses for AC/DC, so why is it so hard to admit that he sounds just as good when he sings like that in the studio as he does when he uses that voice live. Sure there's layers of vocals and sure, he has the echo effect when he sings live, but those are not the only reasons why he sounds good when he sings with that AC/DC voice.
  5. Cool! Nothing surprising though.
  6. Terminator - Dark Fate

    I agree that so far the movie doesn't seem all that exiting. I don't mind the female characters, but so far I just haven't seen anything that would have grabbed my attention. Well, except the fact that it's a Terminator movie and the first two were great films. And the fact that James Cameron is involved again. I don't think T3 was a bad movie. It was actually pretty entertaining. It wasn't worse than most Marvel movies, but compared to T1 and T2 it was pretty bad. Most movies are pretty bad when compared to classics like the original Terminator movies. I haven't seen T4 and T5, so can't comment on those. The general consensus seems to be that none of the sequels are anywhere close to the quality of the first two though. So now those movies are scrapped and this is the new T3. Scrapping all the sequels is a pretty bold move and it wouldn't make much sense unless this movie is MUCH better than the original T3. So that's the most interesting thing about this new Terminator movie I guess. They seem to be pretty confident that this is much better movie than T3, T4 and T5. Otherwise it wouldn't have made any sense to scrap those movies. So I guess I'm cautiously interested. Maybe the trailer wasn't all that interesting cause they didn't want to spoil the great parts of the movie. Could they actually have learned not to spoil movies in trailers?. Could the movie actually be much better than the trailer suggests? We can only wait and see I guess.
  7. Gareth Rhodes Gn'R covers

    He's cool! He made me appreciate Locomotive more, cause listening to his version was the first time when I actually paid attention to the lyrics properly.
  8. Avengers: Endgame

    Here's my ranking of the MCU movies. (Only ranking the one's I've seen obviously) 1. Captain America: Civil War 2. Avengers: Infinity War 3. Ironman 4. Spiderman: Homecoming 5. Avengers: Endgame 6. Guardians Of The Galaxy 7. Ant-man 8. Black Panther 9. Thor: Ragnarok 10. Avengers: Age of Ultron 11. Ant-Man and the Wasp 12. Ironman 3
  9. He was probably thinking that he likes Looney Toons and everything doesn't have to be that serious. So when they asked him to sing that silly AC/DC parody song for one of his favorite cartoon shows, why wouldn't he do it? It was never supposed to be a great song. It's just a silly little cartoon song. Why do you take everything so seriously?
  10. Weird article. First he calls GNR humorless and then he's complaining about "feel my serpentine". I mean really? He's complaining about UTLH, an obvious joke song and then he's complaining about a man with a KFC bucket in his head. Who's the one with no sense of humor here? Oh and since when has Slash and Duff not been official members of the band?
  11. We made a bet once. You said: I said: I'll do it. Now I don't think CD2 will be released in the exact same form as it is now. I believe that some songs may get new solos by Slash or some other new guitarist.... Most likely Slash though. I also believe that they might record some brand new songs for the album. But with 99% certainty I'd say that songs like The General will be released. So yeah, I'm willing to bet S1000, and this is a serious bet. This was before the reunion.
  12. Good to see that your as sceptical as ever. So you haven't backed out of our bet?
  13. Somehow the waiting hasn't felt as frustrating now as it did back then. It's probably cause I'm older and time goes faster. But it might also have something to do with the fact that the band has been touring almost non stop since CD was released. There's been leaks like Going Down and the remix album. Then there was the reunion and the Axl/DC thing. Not to mention Shadow of You Love and Rock the Rock. I feel like the band has been a lot more active now and reliable too since there hasn't been cancelled tours etc. Also with CD Axl already proved that he'll eventually release the material that he's working on, so it's been a lot easier to wait for CD2 than it was to wait for CD1.
  14. That's one reason why these discussions about Axl's voice are difficult, cause people have so different opinions about what sounds bad. Personally I'm not a huge fan of Axl's voice in the 2001-2002 era. But I do think that the clean voice fits some songs. It fit some songs then and it fits some songs now. A lot of the times when people dislike Axl's current voice it's mostly because of the lack of rasp when he's singing those high notes. But it's difficult to talk about these things cause you never know exactly what the other persons preferences are.
  15. What's your unpopular GN'R opinion?

    One thing you could add to this, is that Axl didn't approach the project as a solo project. He didn't have the freedom to make any kind of music that he wants, cause he had a certain idea of what GNR music is supposed to be. According to Axl his solo material would be a lot more instrumental.