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  1. The "New Album" Thread

    Not sure when it got released, but does that matter? My point was more towards the "too many lyrics" argument. Sure, PC is a way better song, and that's what matters at the end of the day.
  2. The "New Album" Thread

    There's a song called Paradise City that was even released as a single and has way more lyrics than that. The thing is: if everyone is hoping for a new release to be a success, this will be a disappointment. It won't matter how good (or bad) the song/album will be.
  3. The "New Album" Thread

    IMO, his quote was somewhat kind of confirmation that they rehearsed Hardschool last year for real.
  4. The "New Album" Thread

    Here's that part of the interview: https://www.forbes.com/sites/stevebaltin/2020/01/12/qa-guns-n-roses-richard-fortus-on-his-new-signature-guitar-playing-with-slash-and-more/#434408943a53 Baltin: Any update on new GNR music? I imagine as well for you guys it would reinvigorate the live show as well. Fortus: We love bringing new songs in. We always rehearse stuff up. It's just a matter of everyone sort of feeling comfortable to integrate it into the show. I hope that we have new music out this coming year. Baltin: Is there one song you guys haven't played live or that you haven't done in some time you'd love to bring into the live show? Fortus: Over my tenure in the band, which is now stretching to like 18 years, there have been a bunch of songs we've rehearsed that we haven't done live. One I wish that we would, I really love the song, is "Perfect Crime." I've played that with this band for years and we've just never played it live for whatever reason. This last tour we did "Locomotive" a few times and that was really cool. I love that song. And it was fun to finally do that.
  5. This is by far the most likely scenario. It's not hard at all to get some samples of Adler's druming, ctrl + C / ctrl + V on a grid and make it a thing. IMO, they didnt even had to go that far, and just used some alternate take and fixed it up here and there to improve whatever they felt like. Also I wouldnt take Adler's word for granted. Who knows what the hell is going on in his head.
  6. The "New Album" Thread

    Just for the sake of comparison, The Strokes is also scheduled to play those festivals across the globe, including Lollapalooza in South America. Yesterday they played a new song live and announced (casually, before they start to play this new song) that they are working on a new album to release this year.
  7. What's your unpopular GN'R opinion?

    Robin Finck is a fucking good guitar player and songwriter. Yes, he wrote a lot of stuff besides Better (which is already a lot).
  8. lol, I dunno. Still, it may be because of how I already have some expectations about how this song "should" sound.
  9. Madagascar was the first one I really didnt care much. I appreciate the ideas, but thought there were some things that didnt fit.
  10. Listening now to Shacklers and Scraped. Thought the drums let both songs breath a lot more. I do love Brain's original drums on Scraped (by far, the best thing on the track, but seriously in need of a better mixing) and missed some of his elements. It's interesting though how the disco bridge is reinterpreted as a more hardcore speedy feel. I loved the the change in the tempo in both songs, both provided a lot more dynamics to those busy arrangements. I really wish some of the songs had this more straight forward approach in the studio version though.
  11. Awesome, great job. Really liked the guitars. I just posted a Better cover on YouTube, but I'm kinda afraid to share it here because you know... but I didnt see anyone even attempting to play the Buckethead parts in this song, so I tried it.
  12. Copyright Strikes....

    I just found out that I have one Copyright Strike in my channel over a reworked/remixed version of The Blues I posted several years ago. I had to pass through a fucking piracy/copyright test with an annoying Happy Tree friends video just to be able to upload another video. I hate this drama so much.