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Listening to the Sound City stuff and it sounds really good. Also Steven Adler is a great drummer.

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27 minutes ago, cqleonardo said:

Illusions: 

cd 1: UYI I remastered

cd 2: UYI II remastered

cd 3: unreleased songs remastered

cd 4: outtakes from the UYI sessions

cd 5: 1991 gig

cd 6: 1992 gig

cd 7: 1993 gig

all this in a book with a lot of pics and shit like that and for some more money you get the dvds of the live gigs

A whole GnR gig from that era isnt going to fit on a cd.  CDs are 80 mins max

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Just found it on the Albums section for GN’R on Spotify. 

Very surprised to not see it notify me as it sometimes does of a new release or see it at the top of the artist page. It’s hiding in there!

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1 hour ago, cqleonardo said:

if they did it right, for the fans and not for money... would be the best thing ever...

I don't think they'd be doing it for free

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Im about to give all 51 songs a listen, its finally released on spotify, what do you all think?
 

 

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1 hour ago, lukigol said:

is it on tidal also???

Yes, and with "Master" quality (ie hi-res) too. Sounds great.

If anyone wants to try Tidal for free, download an app called "Captune" by Sennheiser. Then sign up to Tidal through the app. 3 monhts free.... and if you want to create a new account after that, it works too ;) 

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34 minutes ago, TupacShakur said:

is jumpin jack flash electric version a different take from  the orginal old demo? it doesnt sound the same 

There were two electric versions in circulation. I think this is the lesser known of the two.

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One can wonder why they decided to rewrite Anything Goes yet again after these sessions. The version recorded in Sound City is miles better than both other versions.

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It's pretty awesome.  The remaster sounds great, and the bonus songs are better quality than any version I'd ever heard.  Not upset at all that I dropped $145 on the box.

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1 hour ago, Mrk said:

Yes, and with "Master" quality (ie hi-res) too. Sounds great.

If anyone wants to try Tidal for free, download an app called "Captune" by Sennheiser. Then sign up to Tidal through the app. 3 monhts free.... and if you want to create a new account after that, it works too ;) 

Thanks brudda 

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1 hour ago, quikspade said:

There were two electric versions in circulation. I think this is the lesser known of the two.

I'm really glad they used this one. I've always thought it was by far the better version. Same goes for Heartbreak Hotel. They used (imo) the right take of that too.

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Heard a few songs now, really looking forward to getting my 2 cd's now.

Question: who's doing backing vocals on Move To The City acoustic Sound City?

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Anything Goes is a curious beast. You can tell from the various re-writes that they were never happy with it but persisted with it regardless to include it on the album at the expense of superior tracks.

31 years later and it remains the weak link on an almost perfect album.

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Very cool had a listen today, highlights for me are acoustic November Rain, Reckless Life, "Working Song" and the Marquee live tracks. Appetite itself doesn't sound much different to my ears....maybe the bass drum has abit more punch?

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I really wish they'd play Mama Kin live again, it's a better and more fitting song than every other cover they do. But no idea if Axl is still pissed at Steven Tyler.

The clear-studio recording of Mama Kin is also my favorite from this set. But also the normal Jumping Jack Flash, Paradise City ('86) and the live version of It's So Easy.

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