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  1. Wacky World of The Ominous Izzy Stradlin and NO! Gang

    So let's see if I'm getting it right; Izzy helps the homeless, Steven helps dogs and other animals, Slash helps elephants, Axl helps brazilians and Duff helps the future McKagan generations, right?
  2. Wacky World of The Ominous Izzy Stradlin and NO! Gang

    Awesome stories, @Kelmi, thanks for sharing!! Gotta love the Izzman Now if the assholes could share the fn' loot with Izzy, maybe he would erradicate hunger from the entire world! Have you heard of money laundering? Just kidding.... Susan wouldn't do that
  3. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    So, all of you seem to be either extremely happy or completely indifferent about GNR's massive success. Am I the only one who thinks it's actually terrible news? Obviously I don't mean I'd like these stooges to fail but ever since Axl took complete control of the band, GNR has been doing pretty much all the opposite of what the fans could want/hope for. There's been ONE album in two decades and basically the same show between 2001 and 2014, then they half assed the reunion and the show remained pretty much the same, just now with God (and the businessman) back in the band. With this level of success, there's no reason for them to do anything differently, so new music, interviews or getting the real band back together depend of their good will. I mean, Axl didn't call Slash until almost destroying the GNR brand (turned a stadium band into an embarrasing Las Vegas act) when he didn't seem to have much of a choice anymore. When GNR (or should I say Axl?) have choices, they tend to make the worst ones and right now they can do whatever the fuck they want Anyway, I wanna hug @Blackstar for despising Bono! And about Coldplay, they're the worst band I've ever heard hands down. Are they really supposed to be fun or entertaining? Because they don't do any of that to me, they depress me so bad I feel like slitting my fn' wrists whenever one of their songs come up
  4. Deeper With Slash and Joe Perry (Sixx Sense radio interview)

    I've always felt something was going on around that time. Gilby was the opening act on that SMKC tour and Duff put Loaded back together to play one show in Argentina (which according to the promoter, he basically offered himself to play) on March 7, making it some sort of GNR festival. So turns out one or two days later, Axl called Slash, cool.
  5. Nah, he quit because he had to write songs with them. Now he's collecting money playing Izzy's (and some of Buckethead's) stuff at packed stadiums.
  6. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Maybe they'll be playing at the Antarctic and the moon
  7. I think it's easier for the people related to the band to say "he can't do it" than "that band don't want him here" or something like that. The thing is, even if he really isn't able to play 3 hour shows, the idea was to have him playing half of the shows, not the whole thing. Prior to the reunion he had said he would be fine with Matt being there playing his material and after the 2016 shows he said he was fine sharing duties with Frank as well. He could be playing 60-90 minutes while Frank plays the rest of the show. I agree about the Scott thing. It must be really hard when you're in a small band, playing shitty clubs and hanging out with random people. To make it worse, Scott had a bunch of junkies in his band (the guitar player died the day their album was released and the bass player almost went to jail after Scott's death). Surrounding yourself with the right people must be crucial, especially when you don't have a massive organization behind you as it happens in GNR where these guys can be isolated from the outside world all they want.
  8. How many two year long world tours of 3+ hours shows without any hiccups did Axl pull off between 1986 and 2015? Yeah, that's what I thought...
  9. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Yeah, I was! Not as fast as Duff, though, our quick shooter
  10. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    No, look at that. You have the same one you have here while Duff has one from back in the day. So you did come from the future!
  11. 2014 prior to opening some shows for Aerosmith. https://www.clevescene.com/cleveland/guitar-hero-slash-talks-about-taking-a-different-approach-on-his-forthcoming-album-world-on-fire/Content?oid=4340557
  12. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    @Andy14 You're a fucking legend, Andy! Thank you for existing!! Duff's terrible jokes and the reactions to them.... I love this!! Ps: Love how @MyPrettyTiedUpMichelle has a picture that isn't supposed to exist yet, it's like she comes from the future
  13. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Completely irrelevant but that Stratton Wilson Tracii is answering to played November Rain with Dammit. I miss our witch
  14. I wouldn't like to believe anything in particular, it makes no difference to me what kind of venues he prefers, I'll go see him at a small theather or a stadium all the same. I'm talking about what HE said, he talked about how he prefers smaller, more "intimate" venues because there's a different connection with the crowd. Here I found a quote regarding his preference: "As a touring entity, there's only a couple of bands that I would actually open for," he says. "Because at the level that we're at, I don't mind if we're playing [smaller venues]. Because my favorite places to play are theaters. We're at that level, so I'm cool."
  15. No, you are missing the point. Your speculation goes completely against Slash's mindset. "I love everything that is the live show. I like seeing the material realized. (Being in the studio) is really a means to an end, which is getting out there and playing a concert." If there is a new SMKC album, Slash will play as many shows as his (and Myles') schedule allows him to. The one thing you got right is that he has GNR to support him financially, that means he can then go out with his band to have fun playing his songs in smaller venues which he enjoys more than stadiums anyway (except for the money he makes, of course).
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