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  1. Just as an example. Soundgarden reformed in 2010. They released an album in 2012. It took some time. Relax and have a little Patience.
  2. Yankee Stadium summer 2019?

    That's your opinion. I prefer Hagar. Better voice, more talent, and charisma.
  3. Yankee Stadium summer 2019?

    This isn't going to happen. Also Sammy Hagar was better in Van Halen than Roth.
  4. If they do a NYC residency in MSG or Prudential Center like Billy Joel, I would be attending majority of the concerts.
  5. I'm kinda expecting and thinking this will happen. There are more music artists doing this nowadays. It protects them as well from being ripped off due to leaks.
  6. Hey Mysterion, Long time no speak. I hope you are well. I know that you used to post in the other forum. If my memory serves me correct, you were spot on when CD came out. Could it be that no one wants to say anything at the record company since this would be HUGE news regarding a new album? To me, this seems very similar to when rumors were starting to form regarding the reunion. As the saying goes and as Russ said: where there is smoke; there's fire.
  7. I think something has been cooking for awhile now in regards to new songs. My opinion is that we'll hear about it at some point in 2019. Looking at Slash's tour dates, he's definitely busy for the first half of 2019 with SMKC. Myles is supposed to go back to Alter Bridge and tour with them at some point in 2019. If anything, I would expect a new song and possibly a new album in the second half of 2019. I'm doubting the January announcement. It just seems too soon.
  8. I was at this concert for Slash's birthday. When Sweet Child was playing, it was one of the most surreal moments. EVERYONE in the crowd was singing to this. I was thinking: is this really happening? Axl and Slash back together.
  9. Not to turn this into a Bon Jovi discussion since this is GNR, but Jon's voice wasn't shot when I saw Bon Jovi perform in May of this year. Now it's true that Jon can't hit the high notes anymore like he did back in the day, but his voice was actually good. I find it funny how fans and in Jon's case media state that both Axl's and Jon's voices are shot when that's not the case.
  10. I think the intro shouldn't have been done. The riff is awesome! It's one of the best songs on the album. It also helps that Slash came up with that riff.
  11. Guns N Roses Logo

    This is the REAL logo.
  12. To me, it's weird how Trump supporters are so against PC, "participation" trophies, calling people snowflakes, etc. Yet, when you say anything remotely bad about Trump, the Trump supporters gets so defensive and angry. They want freedom of speech, but are easily offended by kneeling or if something is said about them. I find that there is so much irony and hypocrisy with Trump supporters.
  13. Axl should have listened to Vrenna. If anything, he should have just done his own solo record while keeping GNR intact. I know that there were a plethora of issues, but this definitely seems like one of them. Axl wouldn't have to worry about a brand since he IS a household name and would have had his own brand. As a hardcore GNR fan since 87, I may have been more open to electronic elements if he had a solo band. With him trying to incorporate it in GNR music, it just didn't work due to expectations of what you think about when you hear the name: Guns N' Roses.
  14. ???? Uh. Not sure how you made that assumption when I only said that it was a Meetup event for dinner.
  15. About 3-4 years ago, I went to a Meetup.com event that was a a dinner. I had gotten into a conversation about music with a woman. I told her that GNR is my all-time favorite band. She actually said that was the devil's music. I was a bit taken aback by her comment since it is the 2010s and we live in Northern NJ. Not some small town in the Midwest. I guess some people still think that way.
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