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VIDEO Axl Rose - Slash with The Antja Mimes 1988

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One interesting entry grabbing a lot of attention from the A&R folks right now is the Mimes. Known last year as the Antja Mimes, the band had already impressed the scenesters with its wicked saxophone-laced bar-blues-based rock. But a few months ago, the group upped the ante as it shortened its name, adding two black rappers (!) to the act.

 

from LA TIMES 1989-07-02

http://articles.latimes.com/1989-07-02/entertainment/ca-4869_1_sunset-strip

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(...) the ANTJA-MIMES: yeah, they were fantastic, they were one of those bands, dude, you know what? They were so original, they were so different, they were so ahead of their time...They were tapping into some things that nobody could comprehend at the time. And that's why they didn't "make it". They were brilliant.

SCARLET ROWE ON newyorkcityrocknroll.com = http://www.newyorkcityrocknroll.com/press/rowe/int_scarletrowe.htm

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Excellent, at last a video from the golden era that I have never seen before!

(I think I've seen every single GnR vid on youtube from 85-93 lol)

This is what we need right now

Pure white leather jacketed, rasping, snake-dancing action from the archives

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Nice Boy said:

Excellent, at last a video from the golden era that I have never seen before!

(I think I've seen every single GnR vid on youtube from 85-93 lol)

This is what we need right now

Pure white leather jacketed, rasping, snake-dancing action from the archives

 

 

 

Yes!

Why Axl you have to hide in that Malibu House? Such waste of fucking talent! I so need that! Just pure fun and rock n' roll....

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