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1983-1992: Timeline of the early line-ups

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Just now, Sosso said:

I've read an interview with Tracii were he said that Izzy and himself had rearranged a couple of Hollywood Rose and L. A. Guns song for two guitars. They eventually played one or two of those L. A. Guns songs, at best. 

Would have been cool to hear them.

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4 minutes ago, SoulMonster said:

Would have been cool to hear them.

They also planned to release a picture disc EP (probably similar to Collectors Edition Nr. 1 from L. A. Guns) and 3/4 songs were from Hollywood Rose. 

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1 minute ago, Sosso said:

They also planned to release a picture disc EP (probably similar to Collectors Edition Nr. 1 from L. A. Guns) and 3/4 songs were from Hollywood Rose. 

What is the source for this information?

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1 minute ago, SoulMonster said:

What is the source for this information?

The radio interview from March 21, 1985. The track list was as follows:

Anything Goes 

Think About You 

Don't Cry 

Heartbreak Hotel 

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20 minutes ago, Sosso said:

The radio interview from March 21, 1985. The track list was as follows:

Anything Goes 

Think About You 

Don't Cry 

Heartbreak Hotel 

Oh yeah, of course. When you wrote that 3/4 was from Hollywood I thought it meant 1/4 was from LA Guns :) 

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What 'bout the Drunk Fux? Just came across this today, never knew it existed once. Does anyone have more info on this? Or any downloadable audio/video? (besides the one that can be found on youtube)

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7 hours ago, ezosk said:

What 'bout the Drunk Fux? Just came across this today, never knew it existed once. Does anyone have more info on this? Or any downloadable audio/video? (besides the one that can be found on youtube)

A jam band comprised on a changing lineup including guys from GN'R and their friends. When Todd Crew died it was pretty much over.

Slash: "It’s F-U-X, so we can say that (chuckles). […] It’s not really a band anymore. It was just a bunch of friends. There was West Arkeen, Duff, a guy named Todd that’s no longer around – which was pretty much the reason why Drunk Fux isn’t around anymore, because he passed away, and he was one of the really main members. There was Del James, who is a really good friend of ours (?), and I. […] So, it was a band that we just went out with a sort of like, you know, juvenile attitude and just – we’d go out and [muted], and we’d book a gig in a club and we’d just hang out. I never made one gig, myself. I would always be passed out in a road case in the back somewhere. That was the whole, like, little touch of Drunk Fux that I had. […] We had a great logo. We got some t-shirts made and that was cool (laughs). We won’t be recording soon, okay?" [MTV Headbanger's Ball, May 1992].

Steven says some weird stuff about the band in his biography, though, don't listen to him :lol:

 

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There’s an image of a Drunk Fux poster in the booklet of Live Era. So if you, as a fan, have the original 2CD...

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