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10/07/19 - Wichita, KS - INTRUST Bank Arena **Locomotive played for the first time since 1992**

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1 minute ago, FabioRoses said:

I wonder what Frank suggested :shrugs:

I keep wondering the same thing. It had to have been hard School, right? Although I doubt frank of all people is itching to play a 20 year old song he wasn’t even on?, but then apparently Axl threw his mic on the ground? It had to have been hard School

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1 minute ago, Gunsdrummer63 said:

how tf do you download from facebook

Im gonna sound like a dick but... Google it...

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I thought the audience would be more excited, almost like RHCP last week in RiR, they play a rare song but the crowd dont understand 

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1 minute ago, estranged_85 said:

I actually like their version of wichita.. would be nice to hear that in studio quality

Yeah I like it too. Would be a nice recording.

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I'm pretty sure that Margott's video of Locomotive is still loading HD. So make sure to download it again when that happens

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Very cool they did it. Outro was awesome. Kudos to Slash and Frank

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Just now, AxlRoseCDII said:

I keep wondering the same thing. It had to have been hard School, right? Although I doubt frank of all people is itching to play a 20 year old song he wasn’t even on?, but then apparently Axl threw his mic on the ground? It had to have been hard School

I think our friend is right and maybe he suggested Coma next

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I think you're all reading that situation wrong. After Locomotive it looked to me like Axl was mixed up for a second, then realized what they were actually doing next. I don't think it had anything to do with Frank at all. 

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1 minute ago, Gibsonfender2323 said:

Well yeah if you are screaming and doing a 8 minute song its best not to run and move around lmao

Yeah but the point is Axl doesn’t always approach things that way and that’s why he sounds winded and weak at times. It’s nice to see him sacrifice some of the antics for the sake of the song’s quality.

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Just now, FabioRoses said:

I think our friend is right and maybe he suggested Coma next

Yeah, but he wouldn’t throw his mic on the ground over that. Hard School makes more sense, I bet he would take some type of offense to that.

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Just now, Sanomatovic said:

I'm pretty sure that Margott's video of Locomotive is still loading HD. So make sure to download it again when that happens

I don't think Facebook live streams allow for HD. Every time I've ever streamed, it was never full quality. 

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It sounded like Axl was gonna do Bennie and the Jets and then decided against it and went right into November Rain

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I never realized Axl's current soft voice now fits perfectly Locomotive, it sounded awesome, if I were them, I would pull out Coma and let Locomotive take its place. 

I also wanted to take an special place to congratulate Mr Frank Fucking Ferrer, he was the actual MVP of this dream that just came true 

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Just now, cineater said:

I thought he was going into Benny and the Jets there for a minute.

Sounded like he hit that first chord 

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