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'The Most Dangerous Band In The World: The Story Of Guns N' Roses' To Air On BBC FOUR In UK (Fri 5th Feb 10pm)

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Tom Zutant claims aside, the Marc Canter footage is what this is truly worth watching for.

And the OD was 1988 not 1992

The OD in question was in San Francisco 92. It´s in Slash book and in the Behind The Music documentary.

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On 20-1-2016 at 10:57 PM, Carburetta said:

 Those outside of UK will need a British ip for this.

I can watch it, I live in Holland....did you know there is an extention for Chrome to watch it?

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On 1/28/2016 at 9:14 PM, ChristmasFnatic said:

Axl, 53, thought a different Slash took over his body following the overdose.

“Axl genuinely believes the soul of Saul Hudson left his body when Slash OD’d," Tom said 

Kill the ghost that hides in your Saul.

 

(sorry)

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12 minutes ago, DIST said:

So how fast can you chaps upload it on YouTube?

you can watch it online

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5 minutes ago, LyndaRose said:

extention for Chrome, I watch all their cool programmes. I live in the Netherlands

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Will check it out, thank  you! 

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8 minutes ago, Gibbo 27 said:

 

Why Guns N’ Roses shouldn’t be reforming

http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/articles/393a032b-ae04-4fd9-83c1-f44b89f78552

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1986 was arguably the most important year in the four-decade history of heavy guitar music

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(Seems the author of the piece puts a high premium on the Bay Area Thrash scene and sees GN'R as retrograde, to that movement!).

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1 hour ago, Gibbo 27 said:

 

Why Guns N’ Roses shouldn’t be reforming

http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/articles/393a032b-ae04-4fd9-83c1-f44b89f78552

I've read a very similar story told by Stephanie Seymour (I think) in a Rolling Stones article (as I recall it was entitled 'Axl Rose: the lost years' or something), but it envolved her being locked in a closet.

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2 hours ago, bumblerose said:

It should be of no surprise. Lots of posters here are in denial, but Axl has probably left a lot of abused women in his wake. All it takes is one journalist to start digging around into his past, and we will be witnessing a Cosby situation.

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Rock stars seem to be immune from such. Jimmy Page? Hell, what about Pete Townshend's more recent situation with the child porn "research"? 

 

Anyway, only 4 hours to go until showtime!

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Got it set for record on my sky box . I used to have the VH1 behind the music, VH1 AtoZ of Guns N Roses and The Velvet Revolver special on my old box... but iv lost it all :(

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Guns n' Roses film director: 'Slash fell out of my closet'

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Axl Rose, Slash, Duff McKagan, Izzy Stradlin and Steven Adler formed a band that would change the history of rock 'n' roll. Award-winning director Jon Brewer spoke to BBC Breakfast about his documentary The Most Dangerous Band In The World, charting the band's rise from playing bars to stadiums across the world.

Video clip: http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-35500435

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