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  1. Speed&shredding in itself is not something very bad, but Slash is far from being best at it, while UYI era Slash was all time great at "Gilmour"(?) style soloing. Speedy shredding, when it's done right, can be very fitting even in Slash's classic repertoire, just better when it's not him doing it
  2. Slash these days is simply not playing up to his strenghts for whatever reasons as speed&many notes is clearly not his strenght. The most perplexing case is Yesterdays where Slash absolutely sucks compared to Illusions tour, not improvising upon or even just repeating studio version, but just fucking up such relatively short and simple, but great solo is inexcusable. Improvising upon should sound roughly more something like this Atomic Calm youtuber does from around 1.40 min in the song: btw, now it is easier to find other youtubers doing great improvs in classic style of Slash, than hearing it from Slash himself: Edited October 3 by tadskis
  3. Perplexing, but Yesterdays remain the song where both Axl&Slash absolutely suck compared to Illusions tour. The only consolating thing was that Axl clean voice was relatively stronger, but Slash not improvising upon or even just repeating studio version, but just fucking up such relatively short and simple, but great solo is inexcusable. Improvising upon should sound roughly more something like this Atomic Calm youtuber does from around 1.40 min in the song: btw, but sadly these days it is easier to find other youtubers doing great improvs in classic style of Slash, than hearing it from Slash himself:
  4. Just saw SCOM clip from Louisville, that was quite bearable by todays Axl standarts, nothing like 2010 great levels, but if he was able to sing like that all times these days, there would be no much complaints.
  5. 09/25/19 - Charlotte, NC - Spectrum Center

    Doubt that his increased weight really affects voice so negatively, because in 2010 he was starting to get really fat but his singing sounded absolutely amazing and raspy while in 2002 he was still relatively thin but had that shot voice without any rasp.
  6. While everybody is waiting for the last two Rough Mixes cds to come out, looks like that better quality Puerto Rico 2010 full show has leaked. As we know, despite starting to get really fat in appearance, 2010 was great year for Axl's voice, this show was not the very best from that time, but still has also quite consistent vocal performance, highlights being good classic raspy YCBM, The Blues and even...gasp...TIL on full rasp!
  7. 09/25/19 - Charlotte, NC - Spectrum Center

    That arguably was the best Slither so far Axl has managed to do and even 3 years after the start of NITL it still was somewhat almost dreamlike feel to see him doing VR song with Duff&Slash on stage. Pinch me if this is real NR also had strong clean voice, which is bearable to say the least.
  8. Not sure what happens if I ignore rules in the first post, but that should have been double album (from songs with vocals so far) - one cd with the more or less traditional rockers and another with arguably non traditional rock and slower (non-rock?) stuff: CD1 - Chinese Democracy (from rough mixes cd1), Hard School, I.R.S., Better, Atlas Shrugged (From Rough Mix 1), There Was A Time, The Blues, Catcher In The Rye, Going Down, Perhaps (From Rough Mix 1), State Of Grace. CD2 - Rhiad N' The Bedouins, Oh My God, Madagascar, This I Love, If The World, Prostitute, Sorry, Silkworms, Scraped, Eye On You, Shackler's Revenge.
  9. Leaking is good as it seems to be the only thing that can make this band to consider adding new original songs to the live playlist
  10. Just have to pray now it doesn't unravel suddenly after Duff's wife just started hugging with Stephanie Seymour of all people, lol
  11. Very nice guitar solo in this track, really cool to hear!
  12. Well, that indeed was pure slowish alternative and somewhat electronica leaning rock sound from around that time - maybe something like Mansons "Nobodies" with elements from "Man that you Fear" from Antichrist Superstar come to mind when listening to drumbeat and synths. Even those drunk vocals are somewhat catchy and with some melodies. Just all this isn't hard rock at all, but imho way better than TIL/Sorry/Prostitute from official ChiDem release and replacing those with HardSchooll/Atlas/SOG actually would have improved it.
  13. Pics of all(?) Zutaut's locker cds: https://imgur.com/a/BbbE9MG
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    ok, thanx for explaining :)
  15. Ask Staff Anything!

    really didn't look when it started, but there definitely were plenty of posts before mine who were just several days and even hours old.
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