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17 hours ago, Gordon Comstock said:

Just pick the best songs from the Houston and Arlington 2016 shows and call it "Live From Texas".

I like this idea, although I would prefer if they used all the NITL Texas shows, then we could get stuff like Slither & Patience with Billy Gibbons.

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Detroit 2016 BluRay please

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Let's replace Frank's drums parts in studio by a random session drummer and I can live with Axl's vocals.

 

Alternative solution: It could be replaced with a drum machine as well.

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24 minutes ago, ©GnrPersia said:

Let's replace Frank's drums parts in studio by a random session drummer and I can live with Axl's vocals.

 

Alternative solution: It could be replaced with a drum machine as well.

Only if its the old Hell House drum machine :D

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5 hours ago, UcudBmine said:

I agree. But The Rock Am Ring 2006 is still a good alternative tho. The broadcast did miss 1 or 2 songs if I recall.

Folk say that the bootleg for Rock am Ring 2006 is one of the best of that tour - is that true?

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9 minutes ago, DTJ80 said:

Folk say that the bootleg for Rock am Ring 2006 is one of the best of that tour - is that true?

It's not a perfect gig, but one that could definitely be watched start to finish.

Nightrain is especially good.

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Just now, F*ck Fear said:

It's not a perfect gig, but one that could definitely be watched start to finish.

Nightrain is especially good.

I saw them at Donington that year - good gig. In your opinion, what’s the best sounding soundboard from that tour - always wanted to hear a good gig from that time (I have a decent IEM from Donington somewhere)?

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23 minutes ago, DTJ80 said:

Folk say that the bootleg for Rock am Ring 2006 is one of the best of that tour - is that true?

It has the best Welcome to the Jungle opening ever. Axl sounds like a plane coming in to land.

 

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38 minutes ago, DTJ80 said:

Folk say that the bootleg for Rock am Ring 2006 is one of the best of that tour - is that true?

 

13 minutes ago, Graeme said:

It has the best Welcome to the Jungle opening ever. Axl sounds like a plane coming in to land.

 

@FRANSADrecently did an amazing remaster of that show. It's the definitive version IMO. 

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19 minutes ago, RussTCB said:

 

@FRANSADrecently did an amazing remaster of that show. It's the definitive version IMO. 

Do you know where it can be sourced from - keen to check it out!?

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54 minutes ago, DTJ80 said:

I saw them at Donington that year - good gig. In your opinion, what’s the best sounding soundboard from that tour - always wanted to hear a good gig from that time (I have a decent IEM from Donington somewhere)?

From that time, it's the best soundboard (Rock Am Ring)

Inland Invasion has good moments too  but the mix blows.

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12 minutes ago, DTJ80 said:

Do you know where it can be sourced from - keen to check it out!?

Not entirely sure. Try shooting him a PM and hopefully he can shoot you a link. 

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I would love to see the remastered Rock Am Ring, but have no way of downloading that many GB :max:

I'm also missing the 2002 soundboards that are not Pittsburgh or Boston.

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4 minutes ago, RussTCB said:

Not entirely sure. Try shooting him a PM and hopefully he can shoot you a link. 

Will do 👍

7 minutes ago, F*ck Fear said:

From that time, it's the best soundboard (Rock Am Ring)

Inland Invasion has good moments too  but the mix blows.

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I made my own compilation using the Sirius XM recordings (Apollo, Forum, Coachella) with bits & pieces from Rock in Rio. So that works for me. Would love an official alb though.

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It would only be a worthwhile release if it gathered together all of the oddities, Locomotive, Coma, the Adler guest appearances, Slither, Shadow of Your Love. 

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Honestly I could see them doing something like AC/DC's Live album in '91, splice together the best parts (Axls Vocals) of the songs from different shows. Have it be 23 or 24 songs (I actually made my ideal tracklisting) and call it Not in This Lifetime. If they would do something like that I'd ditch Attitude, Slither, BHS, The Seeker & Wichita, and only keep LALD & Heavens Door in tracklisting.

My ideal tracklisting:

Disc 1
1. It's So Easy
2. Mr Brownstone
3. Chinese Democracy
4. Welcome to the Jungle
5. Double Talkin Jive
6. Better
7. Live and Let Die
8. Estranged
9. Rocket Queen
10. Shadow of Your Love
11. You Could Be Mine
12. This I Love

Disc 2
1. Civil War
2. Yesterdays
3. Coma
4. Sweet Child O' Mine
5. November Rain
6 Knockin On Heavens Door
7. Nightrain
8. Patience
9. Dont Cry
10. Madagascar
11. Paradise City

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Knowing this band they’d probably just use video from Rock in Rio 17 and the early 2018 Europe shows

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8 hours ago, F*ck Fear said:

To me, he does not sound good on those songs.

Wichita Lineman from 2017 was decent.

You don't think he sounds good on Shadow of Your Love? What do you want him to sound like, if raspy and powerful isn't enough?

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you guys are aware they play the same songs like on Live Era I - minus the covers and cd's don't sell like 20 yrs ago, right?

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16 minutes ago, Lies They Tell said:

You don't think he sounds good on Shadow of Your Love? What do you want him to sound like, if raspy and powerful isn't enough?

 

There were some good ones on the 2018 tour, but most people around here are really exaggerating how good he sounds on it now. I just re-listened to the recording from ACL 2nd weekend and he sounds uncomfortable for a lot of it. It's raspy, but it's really forced and doesn't actually sound very good.
Stuff like WTTJ or OTGM from the NA 2016 run is what I'd call 'raspy and powerful'... :axl:

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16 minutes ago, Gordon Comstock said:

 

There were some good ones on the 2018 tour, but most people around here are really exaggerating how good he sounds on it now. I just re-listened to the recording from ACL 2nd weekend and he sounds uncomfortable for a lot of it. It's raspy, but it's really forced and doesn't actually sound very good.
Stuff like WTTJ or OTGM from the NA 2016 run is what I'd call 'raspy and powerful'... :axl:

Can't comment on ACL cause it doesn't seem to be on youtube. But I'd say that in general he sounds better on SOYL now than he sounded on OTGM in 2016. OTGM had some Mickey even in 2016. SOYL is powerful from beginning to the end.

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54 minutes ago, Lies They Tell said:

You don't think he sounds good on Shadow of Your Love? What do you want him to sound like, if raspy and powerful isn't enough?

It just doesnt sound good to me. 

 

 

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