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  1. hes go way lower than a baritone and can be loud with his low notes
  2. the problem with the baritone label is he enters his "mask" nasal rasp notes always around that E4ish area, your standard baritone is up to F4 in a full chest voice with ease which axl hasn't really hit in a pure natural voice, the better clip is him going as high as he can with it without it getting airy or soft.
  3. this note i have a problem with because its use of fry, which should count as much as falsetto this isn't his chest voice when you compare it to the C#2s, which sound powerful on their own and don't need to buried back iggy and jim are indeed natural baritones But axls natural voice is way heavier and he can go much lower than both of them
  4. With singers you get labelled either bass, tenor or baritone but Axl is the oddest case so its very hard to label him as one of the 3. Really in a way hes all but without using any mask or falsetto, i think hes actually a bass. I've seen many here claim hes a baritone or tenor. He can go as low as C#2/C2 (with a full voice) (possibly minor fry) while most baritones can't go below F2ish. (obviously not all but its a general range) These C2s while airy, are still a lot more powerful than your average baritone could produce If you still think hes a tenor/baritone Here hes topping out at about D#4/E4 in a full chest voice (sounds amazing) and thats right in range of a bass. Also pay attention to the "weight" and "thickness" of his voice here, its very very dark and heavy, and powerful. But its not only his voice range thats bass but his actual timbre of his voice is very heavy and dark (i think this is what made his highs unique back in the day) For any of you with a lower voice who know how hard it is to sing above f4 not using falsetto, you really gotta throw Axls Technique a lot of respect His natural full voice range seems to be C#2 - E4 (excluding mask, falsetto etc) Didn't put this in the mega axl voice thread because its more a general range thread i feel and not solely about Axl's recent voice, more a broad view of axl's singing over the years
  5. Final thoughts on NITL tour

    way too long and overdone, i think the initial hype might of overtaken my expectations. Part of me wishes they never reunited to keep that mystic to the band but im not sure
  6. Just noticed it was taken off Spotify.... Why the hell is this song getting buried smh
  7. This song top-down is brilliant; the changes, the guitars, Axl's vocals, bass Had Axl stuck with the Oh my God theme (heavy industrial metalish sound) for CD the album could of been 100x better, i think the initial reaction to oh my god put him off industrial which ultimately was a mistake. People were expecting CD to be from the beginning some sort of Appetite classic rocker album (thank god it wasn't) but it seemed Axl wanted to advance as a musician (CD being much more complex than appetite in general)
  8. not gonna be a popular opinion but i also think 2006 was the 2nd best time for GNR/Axl. The 2000s in general were great for GNR (live wise), realistically 2006 axl could match up to 90s axl
  9. Tbh watching the old 2002 clips, i miss all the rants and shit
  10. 2002 GNR > 2018 GNR Least they'd change the setlist
  11. Not too bad actually, but i feel like axl re did some of these vocals recently, something feels off but its good Hopefully they release more like this
  12. Would they be able to make an impact on today's society? Or would they just be some underground thing?
  13. Well im assuming this is gonna count as the "album" done with slash and duff back So assume past this nothing will be happening with the GNR discography
  14. what happened to it?