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  1. They are doing better IMO. I was sure they'll announce these nearly same the time when WHO declares pandemic being over.
    4 points
  2. Yeah, a lot of people don't really know what to do with themselves if they don't have a job to go to. Especially now during the pandemic I've seen a lot of people complain about being bored. I don't have that at all. I think I could be under house arrest for a year without getting bored. There's too much out there to read, to watch, to keep myself busy with without getting bored. And imagine being as rich as Axl and being able to go wherever you want and buy whatever you want.
    3 points
  3. Playing with Fernando’s GnR toy trucks and his exclusive Nightrain toy that goes “choo choooo!”
    3 points
  4. 3 points
  5. Maybe reading the book "Getting Things Done" by David Allen while tinkering with CD2 mixes on ProTools
    3 points
  6. I agree with this to a point. Alot of those bands during their formative year recorded together not only because of a brotherhood but the technology wasnt there to allow them to record at home or in 2 separate studios. Plus when the record companies paying for the studio time, bands obviously respected that, hence writing and recording together. Do you think mccartney wouldnt have said no to recording at home or in another studio if it meant not having to see yoko everyday? By 1970 the band was done, as they started the beatles young and grew to being older men, and just went through
    3 points
  7. All obvious jokes aside - it’s really great to see Slash staying musically active.
    3 points
  8. And the trophy for the "ironically whining more than the people you say are whining" award goes to....
    2 points
  9. Teaser for Demon Fire is up, sounds awesome!
    2 points
  10. Video: I dug it as a fan of both guitarists.
    2 points
  11. Eating Tacos, Watching Netflix, Painful Pooping (Jalapenos & Tacos you know...) + doing laundry for Beta
    2 points
  12. Tinkers with old demos, writes new stuff, throws parties at home, plays GTA 5, feeds his animals, drinks with Baz, chats with Slash on the phone, screws whomever he’s currently dating, watches Trailer Park Boys, searches the web in need of a new keyboard, sits in a pool with a margarita in his hand and a bunch of chicks around, waits for travelling to be ok again... enjoys his money.
    2 points
  13. Pretty catchy - with obvious RATM vibes. Good contrast of guitar styles - good stuff.
    2 points
  14. I've got it on good authority that he watches episodes of classic EastEnders that airs on Dave
    2 points
  15. Practicing the silence of the lambs dance in front of the mirror
    2 points
  16. Probably hangs out in circles with other celebs where theres no paps or nerdy fans
    2 points
  17. Yeah I mean, probably this because like, if you think about it, what would ANY of us do that were millionaires? Haha like, isn't the benefit of being wealthy exactly that?: doing whatever the Hell you'd want?
    2 points
  18. 2 points
  19. Poor Slash keeps needing to find other things to do lol! in all seriousness; looking forward to hearing this!!
    2 points
  20. How is this a lost track? I’ve had this since it came out and so have a ton of others.
    1 point
  21. Demon Fire sounds like an unreleased song from the Ballbreaker sessions and I love it
    1 point
  22. You whine so much, you must be a millennial.
    1 point
  23. I think it's an alright song, still too much synth-pop for my taste and probably not something I'll end up listening to, but it's less forgettable than some of the songs they have been releasing these past few weeks. And there's some good eye candy in the video : )
    1 point
  24. 1 point
  25. I’m in the States. Ordered the Gold Splatter from uDiscover. Thanks for the HMV tip though.
    1 point
  26. I love tinkering with stuff at home. Watering my plants. Reading. Cooking. Practicing guitar. Recording. So long as thats balanced with the outdoors and a bit of socializing, theres no place Id rather be than home. And if I was as rich as Axl is now, I'd hire someone to look after the cat and keep my yogurt cultures fed, when I fly to Japan just for a sushi dinner (Actually I wouldnt because thats ecocidal! But you get the drift lol)
    1 point
  27. They have a Halloween song now. So thats cool
    1 point
  28. But there are so many other options, you, and a lot of people on here, immediately assume that it's all about the money. Again, maybe I'm just really naive, but I haven't seen enough evidence that money was ever the main motivation. I'm not saying they don't care at all about it, but I don't think that has ever been the motivation. This is where we differ. I really believe that they kept it going for the sake of music and because they had a good thing together musically speaking. As for Stradlin, Mr. Wonderboy who can do no wrong around here, he was more money concerned than what every
    1 point
  29. have there actually been Axl sightings lately? He's like the michael schumacher of rock
    1 point
  30. Gets up, eats, thinks about how synths are amazing, eats, writes two quotes that might be good lyrics, scrolls twitter, curses, eats, strikes through those two quotes that would have been good lyrics, thinks about calling Slash to jam, eats, calls Melissa instead, Netflix, eats, scrolls twitter, curses, showers, changes into new pjs, sleeps
    1 point
  31. He’s a Hanzo main in Overwatch. ’Hanzo, please change’ ‘Not in this lifetime’ ’We need to capture the objective now’ ‘No’
    1 point
  32. Jimmy somewhat finally let off the leash and one of the three guitarists given something to do. Not exactly XYU but the first song from this batch that could have been played at the GNR shows.
    1 point
  33. Slash's guitar playing on this is great! Classic Slash!
    1 point
  34. I have often wondered this myself as he doesn't go out much, does he, whilst not touring? I used to believe, during the Bucket era, that he was a sort of mad scientist tinkering with overdubs.
    1 point
  35. Nothing is killed for nobody (except all the thousands that actually died) everyone else is paused/postponed.
    1 point
  36. We should start a GoFundMe to raise enough money to clone Axl, and then force the Axl clone to make albums for us.
    1 point
  37. Im skeptical about all intersections of art and commerce. And I'm skeptical of all big capitalism. Guns is a great example of why. I see Guns as being a poorly conceived, and even more poorly executed, heist from day one. And Im happy to be a fan
    1 point
  38. I do that with a number of CD songs
    1 point
  39. Wild Cherry - Play That Funky Music
    1 point
  40. 1 point
  41. GN'R died in the mid 90's NuGuns died when Buckethead left. Since then it's simply been the Axl Rose touring band in one form or another. If the current line-up ever release a record, we can reassess things.
    1 point
  42. New music was never coming in 2020. A live debut of Hard School was all we were ever going to get and that's only because it leaked.
    1 point
  43. no axl don't listen to that! you were much more good-looking in Mexico in March with short hair
    1 point
  44. IT'S DIFFERENT!!! I KNEW IT! This version has a different ending: a double-voice scream , no guitar outro and a very tiny piano coda before the drums finale. There must be other differences, but the ending is undeniably another version. I think this is HUGE: LADIES AND GENTLEMAN: WE FOUND A LOST TRACK. A FOURTH STUDIO OFFICIALLY RELEASED (YET PROMOTIONAL) VERSION OF KNOCKIN ON HEAVENS DOOR FROM 1990.
    1 point
  45. The Illusions albums......the massive release date, the supporting tour, the songs (variety of massive hits, cool deep cuts and a mix of styles), are much bigger than what folk remember. Yeah AFD is a behemoth but if he thinks that they are ONLY about that then he is talking utter shite.
    1 point
  46. Beyond that though, there was a lot to enjoy as an AC/DC fan also. The shows were a solid 45 mins longer than your typical AC/DC gig with roughly 6-7 songs more every night than was typical with Brian. The Philly gig in particular is most likely the longest show in AC/DC history. All of the “extra” songs were ones the band hadn’t performed in decades; Riff Raff hadn’t been played since 1978 (Barring the VH1 session in 1996 but that was a studio performance), Live Wire hadn’t been played since 1982, Touch Too Much wasn’t confirmed to have ever been played before. The band returned to original t
    1 point
  47. Knowing how the Youngs operate, for Angus Axl/DC was simply an expedient, a stop-gap measure. Doubt he'll even release a live dvd of this period. Of course Guns fans value it more as it had ''their'' man's best vocals in decades.
    1 point
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