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Alan Niven Still Condemns Axl Rose for Performing Under Devil Horns With AC/DC

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A song cannot hurt anyone, it is a coming together of sounds to produce melody, it can't do anything to you expect make you think and feel...what you think and feel is your look out, not the fucking songs, the song can't do anything, it can't strike, violate or otherwise accost anybody.  The song made me do it, drugs made me do it, excess sugar made me do it, the theme tune to Rainbow made me do it, fuck off you cunt, you did it.

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What in the hell?! Niven is condemning lyrics because they're on the "dark side" and saying he never would have allowed Axl to perform with AC/DC with their stage set? Maybe Niven should have been more concerned about what was happening with Axl and preventing some of the shit while he was manager of GnR. Niven has obviously lost touch with reality. Blaming music for causing people to kill or become evil?

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9 minutes ago, Gibson_Guy87 said:

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I bet that last sentence actually ended with '...cuz I'm buggered if I can remember' :lol:

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Im sure Im supposed to have other take aways from the article, but Im just proud that my recent analysis of Nivs spirituality that I posted somewhere on here seems all but confirmed in this interview. 

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"Once we were followed by a cameraman at the airport. We drank tea. Nevertheless, we were portrayed as worshipers of the devil. A cup of tea and a cigarette, that's all you need today." - Simon Wright

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The song has a fuckin' Mork and Mindy quote at the end of it, now there's true evil :lol:

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If a song can advocates the devil, do Guns n Roses advocate rape? I mean, there’s It’s so Easy, there’s the 1st album cover that Niven thought was brilliant and stuff like that. How come that is not going to the dark side, Niven? I mean, seriously...? WTF. :facepalm::lol:

 

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41 minutes ago, Tori72 said:

If a song can advocates the devil, do Guns n Roses advocate rape? 

 

Only if *read quote marks in Apu accent* ‘number Johnny 5’ is doing it.

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@RussTCB, it makes me flash back to the claims about playing Stairway to Heaven backwards and how rock bands put subliminal messages on their albums. 😆

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Niven is just another nutcase in GNR history, but that spotify censorship is proof that PC is final step to Idiocracy...

Radiostation playing commercial jingles only (Demolition man) no longer look like SF anymore...

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A year or more ago on Lafons previous podcast I remember AC/DC came up, raised as an example of an awesome band, and Niven interjected 'AC/DC could be Guns roadies' or even maybe 'AC/DC arent even fit to be Guns roadies' (both paraphrased).

No mention of the Devil at that time. Makes me think theres some animosity from some unknown event back in the day. Snakepit 2.0 opened for AC/DC and Niven says 'Slash possess the light' so there must be something more to all this?

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6 hours ago, Len Cnut said:

What the fuck is he talklin' about? :lol:  Christ Almighty, you used to manage these cunts, surely you must've noticed that those tours weren't exactly church socials.  As far as Night Prowler (not stalker) anyone thats fucked up enough to listen to a song and go 'i know, i'm gonna fuckin' go kill some fuckin' cunt' he's already a few short upstairs.  Any number of psychos got gee'd up listening to music, so fuckin' what, its not the fuckin' songs fault.  Charles Manson famously took inspiration from The White Album.  Fuckin' prat.

Are you John Lydon?😄  Because I'm pretty convinced that you are.

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