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  1. GN'R BOOKS - Where to start from?

    Thanks everybody for your suggestions,I think at this point since slash is a personal hero of mine and I love insights about the recording process,I could start with his book, than maybe continue with canter's and so on ...what do you think about that? The only doubt would be that I don't wanna get lost in too many junkies tales and focus more on band dynamic and recording process
  2. With the new Matt Sorum book coming out and everything I wanted to ask some of you guys who know more than me, where to start from. I haven't read any of the GN'R books out... And I was curious to know your opinion on which one is the best one to begin with. I was thinking about Mick Wall's Last of the Giants, but I have read that it borrows a lot from Slash's and Duff's books. I hope you guys can help me out, I'm hungry for some GN'R news, interviews, new music and everything, reading the forum all day every day hoping to find some new rumor or something... But since it's dead silent I can take this chance to read up the stuff I've missed. Thank You!
  3. Sympathy for the devil one of the best gnr covers for me, also as much as I love the stones, it's way better than the original, only flaw could be the ending... Also Ain't Fun and Black Leather, amazing songs, especially BL, simple, dark and heavy. Dead Horse, Don't Damn Me, Garden of Eden, Perfect Crime, So Fine, Pretty Tied Up, Civil War, 14 Years, Dust n Bones, You Ain't the First... For me these songs are the core of the illusions records and I'd rather listen to these than stuff like Coma, Locomotive, The Garden... For ChiDem I'd say the least popular one that I actually like, althoug it could have been better, is Rhiad, love that chorus, also the title track is one of my favourite modern rock songs ever, and Madagascar, love that one and the classic but modern feel, and nobody seems to care about it anymore
  4. Don't Damn Me

    One of the best Guns songs, one of the best riffs in rock n' roll; kickass, in your face, honest lyrics, full of cool quotable lines, I can't even begin to describe how underrated and unfarely ignored this song is, especially compared to other illusion songs wich have good riffs here and there but the vocal lines are too all over the place. anyway, sorry about my english... that being said, this song deserves a lot more recognition I think, and it's quite obvious if you look at my Username, that I really believe that hahaha
  5. 02/25/17 - Singapore, SG - Changi Exhibition Centre

    Axl seems very happy today
  6. 02/25/17 - Singapore, SG - Changi Exhibition Centre

    I'm not an excessivly precise guy when it comes to tempos even when I played with my band, I always told my drummer to not worry that much, if he was feeling it and rushed a little bit, it's part of the performance, it's human, and that's the point of rock n roll and live music... but you gotta draw a line, and frank often crosses that line, sadly... cause as I said before, I really like the guy
  7. 02/25/17 - Singapore, SG - Changi Exhibition Centre

    I actually really like the funk vibes and little changes and details, and I like his stage presence even, but the tempos and the fills are still a big problem to me, everything feels rushed and tense, as if it was always about to collapse
  8. 02/25/17 - Singapore, SG - Changi Exhibition Centre

    damn, frank's drum fills are probably still the worst thing with this band right now... and I really like the guy
  9. 02/25/17 - Singapore, SG - Changi Exhibition Centre

    wish you were here
  10. 02/25/17 - Singapore, SG - Changi Exhibition Centre

    My link cut out, any link guys?
  11. 02/25/17 - Singapore, SG - Changi Exhibition Centre

    sounds like usual, I'd say
  12. 02/25/17 - Singapore, SG - Changi Exhibition Centre

    https://www.periscope.tv/w/1nAJEVnlRWlxL
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