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  1. Trump Using "Sweet Child O Mine" at Rally In Montana

    Coming out of nowhere to elaborate. Perhaps Axl (and co.) don't want their music/image to be associated with Trump because of their perception of him. If I don't like a political figure's actions then I know I sure wouldn't want my songs used "in support" of them.
  2. Sail away Sweet sister intro

    Maybe the fact that his rasp mushed his words together led me to believe it was just more Sail Away! I did like the actual Sail Away part before he went all out screaming, though. If it's Bad Time that I dislike, I'll never know! Thanks for correcting me, though.
  3. Sail away Sweet sister intro

    I love the original "Sail Away Sweet Sister", but I don't really enjoy Axl's rendition... i love his rasp, but he used so much of it that I couldn't make out a word! I found it grating to the ears... besides, the original was great because of the instrumentation behind it, and Brian May's softer vocal style.
  4. [AUDIO/mp3] Guns N' Roses @ Rock in Rio 2017 09/24/2017

    How many of you would be up to hear a version with the countoffs by Frank removed? It's a small change that I quite enjoy, makes it feel more spontaneous.
  5. Some RIR show observations

    I loved the voice he did at the beginning of Jungle when he may or may not have said "you know where you are?!" It actually startled me and I immediately thought that it couldn't be Axl. It was great! Also, the Better intro comes from a riff that is played under one of the solos. It's just turned into an intro.
  6. [Request] Some Guns N Roses Bootlegs (Part 1)

    Hello, I got "Maxxximum: The Perils of Rock N' Roll Decadence" from this link: The ds are annoying, but I suppose an ad and popup blocker should help! The guy who posted it has a website called World of GN'R Bootlegs on blogspot, I think.
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