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  1. GNR Tribute Album Coming Soon

    I listened to it today and it sounds horrible.
  2. When they play Download they should have Slash guest on a song, if they do a GnR cover or something.
  3. GNR Tribute Album Coming Soon

    Some of those songs were recorded a long time ago. Like the Phil Lewis ones appear on a tribute CD from 2002.
  4. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Who is that? Yeah that's the thing I don't get, because he didn't have any problem with any of that stuff back in the 80s. I think he's just using it as an excuse to criticize Axl. He's got some kind of accent, idk what it's supposed to be though. I like Michelle Dockery's voice in Downton Abbey.
  5. GNR Tribute Album Coming Soon

    Which album is that?
  6. GNR Tribute Album Coming Soon

    The Phil Lewis ones sound like super 80s hair metal versions of those tunes. All the danger and swagger that was present in the original is gone. The other tunes don't sound much better. I think I'll stick to the original GnR recordings
  7. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Ok which one of you made that banner for Axl?
  8. I would be all over that. Of course then everyone would complain about it being "more covers." That would fit with Slash's schedule.
  9. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    https://adventmyfriend.com/53509/00cf9dc3eb/ If you all need the link again
  10. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    I don't believe anything Mitch Lafon says. As far as new original GnR music is concerned it will only happen after the SMKC tour. That whole thing with Goldstein and Niven on Twitter was pretty funny.
  11. Where is this available for purchase? Anywhere online (apart from eBay)?
  12. Here's Niven's response: https://metalheadzone.com/ex-guns-n-roses-manager-alan-niven-reacts-to-claims-of-cast-spells-on-axl-rose/ “The former tour manager of Guns n Roses has an integrity that matches his math; my contract with Guns n Roses was finally signed October 1986. I had started working with the band in August. Mr. Rose walked away from his obligations to the extended contract in March of 1991. To my eternal regret I backed Mr. Rose in recording ‘One In A Million’. At that point I still believed he was not a gratuitous artist in his composing. I still believed him to be an artist, for that matter. He did not wear Manson T.shirts under my watch. He did not wear T. shirts denigrating Christ. Furthermore Mr. Goldstein had absolutely nothing to do with the manner in which I brought David Geffen to the renegotiation table. I did not participate in those re-negotiations, or sign off on their content, since, dismissed, I no longer had responsibility for such negotiations. In that period I also supervised the renegotiation of the Artemis and Brockum contracts and directed Bill Elson of ICM to contract the initial dates of the upcoming tour. Without doubt we can all say that Mr Goldstein presided over the rapid disintegration of the band. I, myself, have no doubt my exit was designed to allow Mr. Rose, to take over name, copyrights, etc. depriving the rest of the band. The only people casting spells were Sharon Maynard, of whom I was unaware, and Mr. Goldstein, who directed her as to whom he wanted out of the picture. Yoda obliged by dismissing certain people’s images to Rose, and Goldstein, who by his own admission, in a bizarre letter that was posted on the internet, paid her. In the end one usually finds that evil is actually more banal than we fear, and based in greed and ego. Didn’t get an awful lot done after 1991, now did they? By contrast I took an unwanted band to Wembley Stadium, my last act being putting that London show on sale. I am long married to a light worker, renown in this area, my friends know my spirituality and that our home is full of positive spiritual talismen. By contrast, just last month I was warned that Mr. Goldstein was roaming the Southwest in a mobile home full of weapons. Do I think Mr. Goldstein and Mr. Rose are banal? You might ask that but I could not possibly comment, beyond saying … “his statement is just crazy pants.” – Alan Niven”