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Anxious Disease - Last official 'old' Axl recording of the 90's?

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I just recently heard this song by West Arkeen's band "The Outpatience" which was released in 1996. It features Axl on backing vocals and you can clearly tell that his voice was sort of transitioning between the raspy 90's vocals and the higher pitched vocals we heard later on. I have never really seen that much discussion of it here so I'm curious if anyone else has heard it?

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I just recently heard this song by West Arkeen's band "The Outpatience" which was released in 1996. It features Axl on backing vocals and you can clearly tell that his voice was sort of transitioning between the raspy 90's vocals and the higher pitched vocals we heard later on. I have never really seen that much discussion of it here so I'm curious if anyone else has heard it?

It would be the last "new" recording Axl and Slash would be on

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I got it off iTunes a while back, I just never really gave it a good listen until recently. I can't find it on youtube, only other songs from that album

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Last official recordings of the 90's were Sweet Child revamped and Oh My God, both released in 1999. I'm not counting on Chinese Democracy songs with vocals from 1999-ish like IRS and TWAT.

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Oh yeah forgot about SCOM '99 and OMG

I guess maybe it can be considered the last "old Axl" clip, it still sounds like Illusion-era Axl even though a little higher pitched.

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i had a thread deleted last night which was very similar to this thread so i'm not sure why it was deleted. but, i remember back around '90 axl had this duet with don henley "i will not go quietly". it was at a time that everyone was craving anything axl. even new rock stations who would never play don henley were playing it to hear axl's backing vocals. but, i cant find it anywhere on youtube. anyone a fan of this song?

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whats the track called ?

The track is called "Anxious Disease" off the album of the same name

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Axl did quite a few songs with other artists..

Axl, duff, izzy and slashl were all on the outpatience album. It was Wes Arkeen's band. VERY good music, the whole album, its on iTunes.. On Itunes it says anxious disease only features slash, but Axl has the high pitched vocals used in the chorus.. also holds a long note just before the 2nd or 3rd verse starts that sounds awesome.. Very high pitched and raspy.

Alice Cooper ft. Axl and Slash.. Axls part starts at 21 seconds..

Steve Jones ft. Axl Rose.. Axl parts starts at 26 seconds..

We all know Axl was on sebastian Bach's and Gilbys and solo stuff too.

He was also on the Don Henley song I will not go quietly, its on itunes. He sings a high pitched raspy voice on the chorus..

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Axl singing and playing piano on Gilby Clarke's cover of 'Dead Flowers' by the Rolling Stones. Probably still my favourite solo album by any of these guys (Pawnshop Guitars). Great album.

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I just recently heard this song by West Arkeen's band "The Outpatience" which was released in 1996. It features Axl on backing vocals and you can clearly tell that his voice was sort of transitioning between the raspy 90's vocals and the higher pitched vocals we heard later on. I have never really seen that much discussion of it here so I'm curious if anyone else has heard it?

Yes,was definately a member of West Arkeen appreciation :thumbsup:

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