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… but will they give us some reggae?

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The most pressing question on everyone's mind is wether or not they'll give us some reggae during KOHD.

If we don't get any, I suggest we have Give us some reggae chants.

It's that important.

Seriously though, it'd be fun and could lead to some good prompt-response moments during KOHD. Maybe.

GIVE US SOME REGGAE!

edit: how does one go about embedding YouTube videos?

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That's a pretty sad attempt at reggae. They weren't really able come up with the goods when Axl demanded it. So the question should be will they finally give us some reggae.

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bringing a Gimmie some reggae sign to a warm up show if there is one

They should make 'give us some reggae' tour shirts. I want to buy one

Great suggestions.

giveussomereggae.com is registered.

It has begun!

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I hope we don't get reggae! I hate reggae. And in my opinion, the reggae part ruined the knockin on heavens door. Knockin on heavens door 1988 Ritz as heard on youtube is the best version of that song, raw and bluesy rock, with no cheesy reggae. That whole reggae thing was always my least favorite part of their shows.

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Hopefully they play KOHD but keep it straight. No Reaggy bullshit.

Do the '80s version. A helluva song

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They will only give us some reggae for KOHD if we bring inflatable dolphins for Estranged.

I'm thinking headbanging, aggressive Estranged as the final song with inflatable dolphins galore a la Metallica and Seek and Destroy.
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For the love of God, please do not bore me with that hidieous version of Knockin' On Heaven's Door!

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Hopefully they won't just redo things they did 25 years ago and will add a new twist to the 2016 performances.

I am curious as to what these guys can do now. Not watching a 1991 Jukebox.

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