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  1. I heard that to get the true GNR experience the actual pinball machine will tell you the pinballs will be ready to drop soon, and then the actual machine won't do anything for 12 years
    21 points
  2. I have been watching clips of Axl on Youtube since 86 until recent times, reading stuff on forums over this period and I feel exhausted! He has been through so much in his profesional and personal life, getting back on that stage after each disaster and downfall and giving it his all. On top of this is the torrent of criticism about everything from hair, body, clothes, voice, lifestyle, friends...there is love also but it is clouded with 'constructive' criticism. The others in the band have not had half the coverage or criticism or do they have the complicated mental health of Axl which c
    16 points
  3. Nah. Axl's complete inability to release new music is what killed GN'R. The pandemic only put the brand on hold for a bit. They'll get back to going through the motions and overcharging for shows as soon as Covid is over.
    11 points
  4. 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.
    11 points
  5. If the passing of the great Eddie VanHalen has taught us anything, it’s that we shouldn’t take seeing any of our musical heroes for granted. Yeah not in this lifetime tour was getting a little old, but damn I’ll still go see them no matter what they're calling the tour. You never know when it’s gonna be the last time. I saw VH for the last time in 2015, I almost didn’t go, now I’m damn sure glad I did. RIP EVH!
    11 points
  6. Edit thread---> Malibu Monica said it's coming (SHE LIED)
    11 points
  7. Holy shit. I've now become one of those people who checks in on D&N and thinks "my God, this thread is still going??"
    11 points
  8. That is still more or less the NITL setlist. It would have been shit if they ran with it in 'The Next Chapter' European dates. Thankfully they were forced to stop their ludicrous endless touring. Let's just hope they put their downtime to good use.
    10 points
  9. 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.
    10 points
  10. I'm starting to wonder at which point this band got into thinking that GNR fans are all millionaires and that our money pockets are bottomless. Actually i wouldn't even be surprised that if you buy this machine, you still have to put in money for it to function and someone like Dell will come by to collect that each month.
    10 points
  11. Paul McCartney just announced a new album, written and recorded entirely by himself during the lockdown. I wonder if Fernando is going to tell him he should respect what's going on in the world?
    9 points
  12. 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
    9 points
  13. I’ve not been impressed with SMKC apart from the odd stand out track (which tends to be really good TBF). I find it to be really generic stuff mainly - and I’m convinced Axl and Duff would raise it a few levels. Likewise - Slash can elevate other songs ala NR and Estranged with the RIGHT solos that the song demands....it’s no coincidence that SMKC seems to miss ‘epics’ and CD didn’t really have straightforward hard rock.....they complimented each other back then. I think/hope they can still do it.
    9 points
  14. In the meanwhile on the Facebook page of the manufacturer :
    9 points
  15. Did a stripped down cover of the Bad Company classic. It's a little different arrangement. Cheers.
    9 points
  16. ok, once it could be funny. not further. please stop.
    9 points
  17. He's suggesting the guy is what Americans call a "sucker" - that he's easily duped. If JimiRose wasn't flat-out trolling, I take what he said as a compliment. Yes. That's what was done. But it wasn't only from Rockband isolated vocals. Some of those 15 layers were from snippets of vocals isolated from AFD or UYI tracks. That's actually BH and Finck. Finck stuff is from Rockband. The BH stuff is isolated from a few songs in his monsterous collection. Cant remember where I got the solo, but I barely changed a note from the original. I'm sure many would disagree, though I
    8 points
  18. I did a cover of the awesome Jamey Johnson song. I do it a little differently but I hope you enjoy it. Cheers.
    8 points
  19. What in the fuck was that?? Seriosuly.. That effect on Axl's voice was terrible. There was no way he used that duirng the actual show.. We all watched the fan recordings and didn't hear that shit.. Jesus.. Then Fortus is twice as loud as fucking Slash,.. This is such a Slash guitar song, I hardly want to hear Fortus at all nevermind that much louder than Slash. He doesn't capture the groove anyway.. Locomotive is an amazing song. It is cool that played it and chose to release it but atleast make it sound good. I don't even care if they doctor the shit up with overdubs at this point.. Th
    8 points
  20. For all you poor bitches....comin' soon
    8 points
  21. People like Axl have not been up to date on how anything regarding media or fan interaction works. He's still living in the 90s on a business standpoint and how people are consuming music in these days. Unfortunately fucktards like Fernando are not capable to show him how it's done
    7 points
  22. This narrative that GN'R have "one good album" is so worn out. GN'R Lies alone blows anything Tool has ever done out of the water. And it's not even in GN'R's top three. Enough said.
    7 points
  23. Can someone please change the title of this thread to the "The NO new album thread?" Thanks
    7 points
  24. I pose a question to the forum: is it time to let go? Disclaimer: I absolutely anticipate this will be merged or swept into another topic because it doesn't contain a new piece of info but this part of the forum is called "Discussion & News" I joined this forum in 2005 at the same time as @Axl_morris because we were obsessed with the mythology of GN'R; who Axl was, where he's been and what comes next with this amazing rock band. 15 years later, I've seen them 8 times (on both sides of the Atlantic), I've arrived at a record store for opening for Chinese Democracy, I've flown my g
    7 points
  25. No new album. Funny how some artists can put together an album in 6 to 7 weeks and GN’R can’t in almost 5 years. So much wasted time with this band. It’s easy to say, no we don’t have any new music coming out or yes, we should by end of year. This band could have been one of the all-time greats, but pissed it away.
    7 points
  26. Great interview. Nice tribute to Eddie. Really sucks to die at 65 in those awful conditions. Nice to see how passionate Slash is about this pinball machine, that's the way to do some good merchandising. I had no idea they were going for a very modern pinball machine, thought it would be a classical one. And nice to know Slash is alright, in good shape, and as productive as ever. Can't blame him for anything happening with the band, he's been constantly working on songs with his own band & toured a lot. Too bad Axl isn't in this interview. A 2 hour Axl & Slash inter
    7 points
  27. I really hate this notion that because right wing politics is obnoxious and confrontational, that it's somehow anti-establishment. Trump literally grew up within the world's social elite, and I'm not talking about some shadowy conspiracy-theory-bullshit illuminati, I'm talking about the empirically observable global capitalist class. His policies have done precisely nothing to shift the balance of power to those who have less, even within his own supporter base. He continues to assist his billionaire peers through tax cuts and to uphold every tenet of the system that sees wealth and influence
    7 points
  28. I don't care how he looks, what his weight is or who his friends are. However, I refuse to pretend that he sounds like a million bucks when it hurts my ears. Also, as the guy who basically runs the brand that is Guns N' Roses, he has done a piss poor job at it for a long time. If there is no intention on releasing new music, come out and say so. Save a lot of people the time and energy. I'll happily walk away, I mean I'm already a foot out the door as it is.
    7 points
  29. Axl, all the years he played the victim while criticising everybody else. He was the first to point the finger and badmouth others in front of thousands of fans. and in every official gnr statement. Bear in mind his lyrics at Get in The Ring & Double Talking Jive. He was the one costing thousands of $$$ with his antics, late appearances, childish behaviour and riots etc. He never managed to keep a successful lineup long term with constant changes. He could not keep a woman in his life long term with at least two lawsuits of serious charges. He has been taken care of and even ma
    7 points
  30. I appreciate EVH as much as everyone else but not everyone who passes away needs to be covered by GN'R.
    7 points
  31. I mean yea why not, like GN'R doesn't have enough covers in the setlist. I would say an ideal setlist should look like this: WTTJ LALD Nice Boys Attitude The Seeker Riff Raff Dead Flowers KOHD (18 minutes version) Don't Let It Bring You Down Down On The Farm Sailing Paradise City
    7 points
  32. Hopefully they took *all* of his drumsticks.
    7 points
  33. ^^^ Looking at this dude's posts if I had a nickel for every time he calls people "millennials" for not agreeing with everything GNR does I would have enough money to buy three of these new pinball machines along with Zutat's locker and 500 GNR toy trucks
    7 points
  34. 1) Your handle, Johnny Utah, is a reference to an undercover cop in the film Point Break. 2) You are grumpily defending the status quo of the shit show that is Guns. Therefor I conclude that you are a TB undercover poster
    7 points
  35. Who else do you think it could be OP?
    7 points
  36. The band ended in 1993. Enjoy them how one would enjoy The Beatles or Elvis, i.e., you are still in possession of the old albums.
    6 points
  37. Yeah I just post here out of habit too now. I really don’t give a fuck about GnR anymore, at this point.
    6 points
  38. Hardschool is a fine rocker though (much better than AC/DC's new single), and Slash and Duff seem to have reworked it into a classic GN'R style as well. I think it would work as a comeback single.
    6 points
  39. The reason why GnR will never agree to a movie about them is their story is too wild and the behind-the-scenes personal problems that culminated in them breaking up is too personal to dramatize imo ....
    6 points
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