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  1. I was at the final Vegas 2014 show, and I thought it was a really solid show. Do you think that he pushed himself a little bit more knowing that this would likely be the last time that incarnation was wholly together?
  2. Copyright Strikes....

    The curtain has fallen! Eddie Trunk being critical of Axl (validly), mods here being openly critical of Team Brazil (validly and the first time I can recall in a long time)... I just want to say how much I appreciate it!
  3. Your favourite live era

    I really enjoyed each of the shows I have been to: December 2011, June 2014, and August 2016. 2011 was cool, the 2014 No Trickery show was awesome! Marathon show, some really fun stuff! The SF show was great!
  4. 10/18/19 - Guadalajara, MX - Estadio Jalisco

    It's true! Saw Iron Maiden in Sacramento this year, and it was so quiet and dead out in the audience. No enthusiasm, nobody in the crowd seemed to know the songs. We are surely in a different era!
  5. Paul Huge and the new album

    I think Paul was there pre Tommy. He may not have had band member status, but I think he was tinkering in the studio starting immediately after SFTD, and then was promoted. But to your point, nobody was going to test Axl's Indiana pal.
  6. It's so funny, but I honestly do not recall P.R.L. being mentioned ever until the leaks started. I thought I'd read ALL the articles...
  7. Recordings were done at an estimated 15 studios between 1998 and 2008, so you bet there are other CDs and DATS that exist somewhere...
  8. A copy of Better with the 2016 intro is floating around, purportedly from a 4 track EP. To me it sounds like a fan mix, since I don't think they would just rerelease the same exact recording with a new intro... Then again, when has anything ever made sense?
  9. And these are just from 1 studio for a period of a few years. The band used 15 studios during production, including Capitol Studios, Cherokee Studios, Electric Lady Studios, Sunset Sound Recorders, and The Village. There are CDs and DATS up the nose at all of these places, long forgotten.
  10. Yeah, I mentioned that the other day on one thread, but it got deleted when I disclosed the metadata too. I was thinking this whole leak plan has been in motion for some time. Some of the text files were from April 2017...
  11. Love that the text file says it was written in April 2017. Haha.
  12. Melissa on lead vocals?

    Her live performance of Sorry with Brain was pretty cool. Would not mind an official release of that.
  13. Maybe that is the newer Slash version. There is a great possibility that it could be another recording or mix done between 2002 and 2019... Think about it: if 20 discs of various tracks and mixes exists from 1999 to 2001, there have got to be even more in the subsequent years. Probably a lot of repeats, ala CD tracks with Brain and Bucket, but also with Ron and Frank and Richard. Cross those fingers!