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  1. If I had to pick a proshot out of all the shows they recorded, it would be one in July or August of 1991. Best period to me, it's so annoying that the complete proshot gigs lack in quality. But hey, at least there are some very respectable audience recordings. Sadly, I think 1991 be the least likely period for any proshot releases that might happen. I'd assume the band dislikes Izzy and Sorum more than they dislike Gilby and Adler.
  2. First of all, I think Fransad's version of Noblesville sounds (and looks for that matter) really quite good. It's not a Tokyo or Paris, but I think it's at least comparable to Chile 1992. I also think the setlist is solid, with RNDTH, first performance of NR, and Perfect Crime. Only songs that I really feel is missing is YCBM and perhaps Nightrain. Most importantly, I just like the way Axls' voice is really fucked up. He was still giving 110% which resulted in a unique sound. I can understand why people dislike it, but I do think anyone interested in boots should give it a go for sure. Some songs like Civil War do sound really bad IMO, but Rocket Queen and KOHD are great. I'm not saying that this is the one bootleg to end them all, just that I think that it's one of the relevant alternatives because it provides a bit of variety Ritz 1988 is just San Diego 1988 with Axl singing worse, and a more limited setlist in my opinion.
  3. 1987: Marquee, Hammersmith, Ritz, Dane Couny 1988: San Diego, Late Show, Seattle, Shoreline Amphitheatre, Universal Studios, Nakano 1991: Noblesville, Philadelphia, the Euro shows, any of the December shows with a good quality recording. Fuck 1992. Listen to any of the soundboards except Argentina I guess. 1993: Austin, Hartford, Saskatoon, Milton Keynes, first night of Argentina. Shows that should be avoided at all cost: Ritz 1988 and Argentina 1992. Really weak performances from Axl.
  4. Jumpin' Jack Flash

    As was said, it's highly likely to be the one from Pasha. Imsorry made a very nice sounding remaster.
  5. I put Axls rant from Oklahoma over Oklahoma a while back, sounds surprisingly good.
  6. One thing that's nice with Ritz 87 is that Izzy is LOUD in the mix, you can hear him way better than in Ritz 88. Makes Rocket Queen sound way better. Thdre are a lot of very good 1987 performances. If you haven't listened to the one at Hammersmith Odeon, you should. I think there are video bootlegs of Ritz 1991, not sure though.
  7. In my opinion one of their better performances, much stronger than their famous performance there in Ferbruary 1988. Sad to see no one is talking about it, but I guess everyone might be a bit exhausted from the whole locker story. I've also made something interesting related to it. What do you think, which year did Guns sound best? 1987 all the way for me.
  8. Your favourite live era

    I think late 1987, summer of 1988 and June - August 1991 is where the band was at its best. There are just so many amazing shows, Hammersmith Odeon, Chicago and Madison from 1987. Felt Forum, Seattle and Shoreline from 1988, Philadelphia, Shoreline, Stockholm, Copenhagen and Wembley from 1991. I fail to see how the band ever sounded more powerful.
  9. 1. Estranged 2. Rocket Queen 3. November Rain 4. Breakdown 5. Welcome To The Jungle
  10. As the title says. More songs. No Axl vocals - Inside Out and 3 Dollar Pyramid are instrumentals, and the songs title "Tommy Demo #1" and "Tommy Demo #2" (aka Going Down) feature Tommy Stinson on vocals.
  11. Only one of the tracks has got vocals, that being track 1, one of the acoustic KOHDs.
  12. I think he played the original version of KOHD with some other band, and he also played Mama Kin with Aerosmith (not talking about Paris 1992).
  13. Anyone have this?

    It's probably Ritz 1988 since it seems to be Adler rather than Sorum.
  14. Songs about GNR

    It's not really from someone in the band, but apparently the Skid Row song "Wasted Time" is about Adler's heroin addiction.
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