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  1. Wishlist (Not Setlist!)

    For me, it is by far new music. This shouldn't be this difficult; it has been 10 years since an official release! Nobody knows what is in the "vault"; it could be a hundred songs or it could be two songs. At the very least it seems that titles like Atlas Shrugged and The General have been completed so that is two songs right there. Maybe the band could rerelease Better with the new arrangement they've used during the NITL tour. Or maybe Duff, Slash, Richard, etc. have come up with some cool ideas for new music; they've only been on the road together for 2+ years . Like I said before, I have no idea why it is so hard for this band to release new music. I am certainly not expecting a perfect record and I believe the majority of the fans are not expecting perfection or needing an album better than Appetite. All of the members are talented and all are capable of producing good work; they should be confident in their ability to deliver a good record. At this point, I don't think the fans will be too picky; we just want new music!
  2. Yep you're right. I honestly have no expectations for new music anytime soon; I'll have to see it to believe it. I was just referring to the descriptions; if the songs were really as Wasted describes that'd be a damn good album. But like I said before, I wouldn't hold my breath for anything new
  3. Your descriptions of CDII songs get me so hyped for the album lol. New music would be great!
  4. Have been following off and on but great to see he is much better than Berlin. Good job Axl!
  5. RQ is one of my favorite GNR songs but it might be my least favorite to watch live nowadays. The songs drags forever and I just can't listen to the vocals. From what I saw at least Axl sounded a bit better on Slither. The instruments rock on that song!
  6. I've heard people mention this and after watching the video you may be right. I still think he sounded under-prepared but what happened yesterday may have been more to do with sound issues and vocal problems after TIL. Hopefully he can do better in a couple of days!
  7. I think my biggest problem is with his preparation for these gigs. We have no concrete way of knowing what he does before the legs of the tour but it really does feel like he hasn't sang in months and is trying to work out the kinks DURING the live show. While there were definitely seemed to be major sound issues at Berlin, he still couldn't hit a lot of the notes he could in the past. Almost reminded me of Rio 2011. Now it looks like he is going to have to put in some work just to get back to the 2017 vocals which many (myself included) thought were substandard. I saw them in Foxboro 2016 and from my live experience (and watching some videos from YouTube) I thought his vocals were very solid. I think he could get back to that point but his approach to these songs and preparation needs to change as he gets older. I give the guy a lot of credit, he's played an insane number of shows over a 2 year period and has been very reliable; he should be commended for that. Right now though, the vocals just aren't there.
  8. I've always found the Madagascar instrumental to be fantastic. It's crazy how many different things were going on during these songs!
  9. Robin Fink Interview 2018

    What a fascinating video. I liked learning more about Robin and he speaks in a weirdly captivating way. I would love to hear some new tracks by him someday..
  10. THE Best gnr tribute band ever ?

    Honestly the first tribute band I've heard where the singer sounds like vintage Axl at parts. Wow, great raspy vocals!
  11. My experience was similar at Gillette. I thought it was one of the highlights as the crowd had a great time and was engaged. I also think it gives the band members a bit of a break while still having fun. I could see how it could be a drag for people watching online though. Especially when they already have so many long songs in the setlist (Coma, RQ, KOHD, DTJ, etc.). Personally, I would prefer RQ to be played closer to the studio version.
  12. Hey everyone, first time poster! I have really enjoyed reading the forum and it is fun to see all the varying viewpoints on the band! I went to the Gillette Stadium show in 2016 and had a blast. I've become a huge fan of Richard Fortus and really like the two solo's he does during Knockin on Heaven's Door. Obviously he changes it up a bit every show. I'd figure I'd create this topic because I haven't been following the tour as closely this year as I did in 2016. What in your opinion was the best Richard Fortus KOHD solo from the NITL Tour (or NUGNR days)? I personally think these two solo's are amazing from Little Rock (4:54 and 8:11) https://youtu.be/mOW6pVqKXvg?t=4m54s Thanks everyone! PS I can't seem to embed the youtube video in the post? Any help with that would be appreciated lol.