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  1. Well, he could still be the drummer for The Cult.
  2. Final Fantasy

    Loved FFVII when I was a kid. Recently played it again, the blocky graphics doesn't bother me at all. Still a great game. I never liked FFVIII. The design, characters and shattered story didn't appeal to me. I haven't played any of the games after FFIX (which I love). The characters, story and design doesn't appeal to me at all, just seems bland and tacky. My favorite of them all is FFVI, followed by FFVII and FFIX. The remake of VII seems ok, I guess. I still prefer the design of the original, the remake seems quite cheesy. The series never gained from using voice actors. Quite the contrary IMO.
  3. Joey Kramer sues Aerosmith

    This is just sad. Hopefully the fact that he is making this public will force Tyler & co to welcome him back to the band. It's not like the rest of them are 100 % in their recent performances either.
  4. Open Letter to FERNANDO...

    Oh man, I can't read about "parasitic needs" without thinking about a cheap punk named Warren Beatty.
  5. South london is full of man city-fans, right? Why?
  6. No problem! I used to live in hoxton, close to shoreditch. Great area, but Camden is also a lot of fun. I'd call it a draw. Also a recommendation; if you like weird shit, there's a museum/absinthe bar in Hackney called "viktor wynd museum of curiosities". Among the curiosities: poo from Kylie Minogue in a jar and a gold enhanched hippopotamus skull that once belonged to pablo escobar. Great fun, especially if you're fucked on absinthe in the meantime.
  7. I just moved from London a half year ago. There's loads of enjoyable pubs. My favourite is "the good mixer" in Camden. Lots of fun (and weird, but in a friendly and funny way) people there usually; all in all, a great "dive". A bonus is that the bar is also historical ground, Blur and Oasis (among others) used to party there in their heydays. "Karaoke hole" in dalston is also a fun place, if you like karaoke and drag queens in a packed, small place.
  8. What's your unpopular GN'R opinion?

    These are quite "popular" opinions, at least on this forum.
  9. Which cover do you prefer to the original?

    The three meat puppets songs nirvana (and parts of the meat puppets) covered at MTV unplugged are far superior the originals IMO.
  10. Last full album you listened to?

    Hanson- middle of nowhere Btw, did you know that there's a fourth hanson brother? Mindblowing...
  11. Motley Crue, Def Leppard, and Poison 2020 Stadium Tour

    How popular was Def Leppard in NA? I was under the impression that they where on par with bon jovi, by that I mean not relevant today, but still extremely popular to a level that they should be able to sell out stadiums on their own. Educate me!
  12. First ever GnR song that you heard?

    I know that I'd heard a band at my junior high school play sweet Child at around the year 2000. I didn't like it. The first time I know I heard the real deal was when I saw the video for paradise city in the fall of 2001. It really blew me away, it was the coolest thing I've heard (and seen) in my life, I taped it and watched it over and over again. Not long after that I bought appetite for destruction and was hooked.
  13. Vocal Coach Reacts to GN'R

    I don't think axl would give a rats ass about this guys "reaction" but the name Ken Tamplin (just the sound of it) sounds like a perfect name for axl to mention in a rant. "this song is dedicated to a cheap punk named Ken Tamplin" etc.
  14. Haha, so they haven't rehearsed this one at all (except the ending)?