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If the guy in the first post video sounds like vintage Axl then so does Adam Sandler. It's raspy but has nowhere even close to the range Axl has/had.

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Musically it must be SMKC, they play AFD/UYI songs in 1:1 quality, paying a proper tribute to GNR songs is the key factor in the band as Todd and Brent said many times. But it's not a tribute band. 

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On 11.01.2018 at 3:30 PM, Gnrcane said:

If the guy in the first post video sounds like vintage Axl then so does Adam Sandler. It's raspy but has nowhere even close to the range Axl has/had.

he can actually hit the high notes in the video, he has a wide range for sure 

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On 2018-01-09 at 5:51 AM, onurbayrak03 said:

 this is their rocket queen cover. The vocals are fucking insane. And so are the rest of the band. Ya'll should check their other videos too. This is some good stuff

Hide this dude under the stage and have Axl mime..... 

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On 2018-01-09 at 10:27 PM, Jadeder said:

IMO. I have never heard a guitar player compare so much to Slash's GNR live sound. Every nuance is there. I mean every single one

 

That’s unreal, you’re right about every nuance. Amazing. 

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NuGNR weren’t actually that good as a tribute band. Robin paid very little tribute to Slash when appropriating his solos. Not that I’m claiming that to be a negative. That wasn’t the point of NuGNR.

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On 12/01/2018 at 7:59 PM, SoundOfAGun said:

Saw these guys (minus Steven Adler) a couple of times and they were good.

From my home town. Friends with all of them

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I have no problems that live bands play covers but i have a big problem when they dress up and act like famous musicans. It looks ridiculous because they tried to hard to copy but they always failed because there is only one Axl and only one Slash.

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4 hours ago, ssiscool said:

From my home town. Friends with all of them

The singer is very accurate. We saw them at the nags head in Nuneaton a couple of times, great night on both occasions!

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21 hours ago, SoundOfAGun said:

The singer is very accurate. We saw them at the nags head in Nuneaton a couple of times, great night on both occasions!

They are good. But there are better in terms of image

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On 10-1-2018 at 5:31 AM, History2010 said:

I really like the singer in this one.

 

This singer's vocal technique is miles ahead of the one in the first clip. Although that guy sounded okay, he won't keep his voice for 8 more years singing like that...

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On 1/9/2018 at 11:31 PM, History2010 said:

I really like the singer in this one.

 

Yeah, these guys are good. The singer is great and they don't dress like clowns... Just about every other one I have ever seen\heard has been horrible..

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I hardly ever hear someone cover Welcome to the Jungle because it's so hard.  I think he does it justice.  Nobody can sing it like Axl did in 1987, but this guy is better than Axl is today.

 

 

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On 1/11/2018 at 4:44 PM, gnrkoncerti said:

These guys are amazing

 

Wanted to say it too :)

i watched them in a small club, small stage and it was something like "Ritz '88" feeling :)

and this guy reeaaaally nailed every song !!!!

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