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  1. Just an FYI, this is back to $499 on the official site. Not a bad price for anyone still holding out.
  2. All, I received the box! Quick question. These are supposed to come numbered with some sort of COA. Where is that in the box? I can’t seem to find it.
  3. Yeah, great memories of this launch. Not just the record store, but the entire mall where I was decorated to celebrate the release. I didn't wait in line, but went the following day, and nobody was buying anything else. walked in, and the store manager simply said "one, two or both?" hahaha, I bought both cassettes of course.
  4. For what it's worth, I just did this as well, and it now says you can only add 90 to your cart.
  5. Meh, not a fan of the song actually. Fun to hear something new though.
  6. Do we have any idea how many of these are left at this point?
  7. Decided to pull the trigger. Happy with purchase
  8. GNR Tribute Album Coming Soon

    I'm not sure why anyone would ever buy this tbh.
  9. Shirt and litho if at all possible.
  10. People may not like and may feel like the bands are sticking it to them, but in the end, it truly is a business and it is capitalism at its finest. The bands are selling a product on the market (concerts, merch, music) and they do so at a price that is designed to equal out supply and demand while maximizing profit. A band like GNR is really no different than a company like Apple. Apple sells their iPhones at ridiculous prices compared to how much it costs to produce them. Why? Because their loyal following will pay those prices. If enough people stopped paying those prices, basic economics would force the price down for future iPhones. Same is true for GNR - as long as they are at an optimal Supply/Demand price point, why change? Why sell a stadium of 40,000 seats at $30 when they can do so at $130? It will change when economics forces it to. This isn't meant to sound cold, but companies (bands) are typically not in the business of making less money than the the market will support.
  11. Honestly, its just not a good song.
  12. Actually, a much cooler video than I was expecting. Would be fun to see them play it live. It was never one of my favorite songs of theirs, but fun to see the band doing videos again somewhat.
  13. Ok, so I will run the risk of exposing my lack of technological expertise here, but I do have a question. I got the SDE and when I put CD2, 3 or 4 in a computer or car CD player, it does not bring up the song titles - it just has 'Track 1', etc. Do I need to do something? I wanted to create my own digital copies of these eventually without having to re-buy, but am a little lost as to why it does this. Thoughts?
  14. Received my Super Deluxe yesterday and have had time to give the remastered AFD a listen. IT. SOUNDS. AWESOME! One thing I did notice is that Steven's drums seem to be a bit more prominent. All in all - great job on the remaster
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