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  1. I think the issue is Pele says the same things every day in most of his posts, it's not that I don't agree with some of it but that he just recycles the same shit day after day. It's boring.
    3 points
  2. This is just pathetic at this point that a year in quarantine and no tours led to absolutely zero new material being written. If they just have Slash and Duff on top of old Axl vocals and Brain drums, then why the hell couldn't they have released these five years ago?
    3 points
  3. It says unavailable, what video is it? I like it, cool camera angles, simple and straightforward. No they recorded it at RCA Studio A in Nashville. 137k streams on Spotify now (I had it on repeat all last night so that's why ).
    2 points
  4. You're one of those people who created a lie/story just to pleasure themselves at first... but then you started to believe them and started making branches of new lies and stories. respect for the creativity, thumbsdown for the BS
    2 points
  5. I think it would go some way to helping your credibility if you elaborated on WHY you believe that. You always talk as if you are privy to something the rest of us aren't, but then turn around and use phrases like "I believe" etc. Cut the bullshit - are you claiming to have inside knowledge or not?
    1 point
  6. They were Dizzy's friends. Sid Riggs was the drummer in Dizzy's first band (the one that was rehearsing next to GnR in 1985-86) and bass player Krys Baratto was in another band with Riggs. They weren't there exactly to write songs for Axl, like @Pele says (although Riggs has a writing credit for Oh My God), but to lay down drums and bass respectively to existing demos (probably stuff Axl was writing with Paul and Dizzy) while Matt and Duff were busy with the Neurotic Outsiders. They were there from 1995 until some point in 1997 (they were the ones, along with Dizzy, who "jammed" with Shaq). Here is what Krys Baratto has said: https://www.a-4-d.com/t5018-19-december-1994-october-1996-axl-and-slash-fights-slash-quits#20209
    1 point
  7. Why would I be furious? I'm not going to spend a single cent on this 'band'. Some of you guys have literally worked for an hour or two, just to hand that money directly over to a multi-millionaire, to share with his family, to 'support' his decision to ask employees to re-work his old throwaways instead of actually write and record anything new. You have literally taken money away from yourself and your own family, to 'support' the Rose/Lebeis family. Because he won't record new music. Well done guys. If you actually wanted Silkworms on CD/vinyl (in 6 months or whenever), this doesn't apply to you. This applies to the people who 'showed their appreciation' or offered 'support' for this crap.
    1 point
  8. I really don't know why nor understand how some can be so negative. If you know anything about the history of GNR, you would realize that songs which were previously recorded were shelved only to appear on an album years later. Don't Cry, Anything Goes, Bad Obsession, You Could Be Mine etc were previously written. I'm looking forward to to Slash and Duff reworking some of the CD II songs and hearing them.
    1 point
  9. From the Making of November Rain: Axl: Slash wanted to do a solo, and it was originally, like, in a field somewhere. But that time of year there were no cool fields in America to shoot in. We looked all over for churches and we couldn’t find a little church with a good view or a field. If we found the church, everything was dead around it because it was winter/early spring. We eventually found a church on wheels that they used in the movie Silverado, and we saw pictures and said, “Okay, that’s just good there;” and we went, and it ended up being perfect and really fitting well. It wasn’t planned, it just started that way. Andy [Morahan] saw it in a desert, we saw it in a field with long grass or flowers, and we ended up filming it in Mexico.
    1 point
  10. Imagine Human Being. He would have to be rescued by a helicopter in the middle of the stage after the song was over. But hey, he's been torturing us with KOHD for the last 15 years. We'd be even. But seriously though, it would be nice to see The Garden back in the setlist and I think Axl would do it justice pretty well. Anyway, we'll never know why certain songs are resurrected and others aren't, you'd have to dive into Axl's head.
    1 point
  11. I've always loved the Western genre, 'High Noon', 'Unforgiven' and 'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly' are probably my top 3. I'd also recommend 'The Wild Bunch', 'Once Upon a Time in the West' and 'The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre'. I can't believe I'm the only person in the world who doesn't like that movie. I find it corny and old hat, mildly amusing at best. It counts as a bad Western.
    1 point
  12. That ship has sailed. Snyder is doing his zombie projects and Hamada is going in a different direction.
    1 point
  13. First off real drinkers don’t sit at a bar downing as many shots as quickly as they can. Fucking amateur hour. Real partying is drinking for the duration and still keeping your shit together. Also teabagging a fellow dude is douchey as fuck. I would end someone that did that to me..especially if they had the audacity to take a picture of it and spread it around.
    1 point
  14. I've gone that many times for a mixture of reasons. I went with my mom numerous times before she passed away. I went with several different friends over the years. I also used to travel a ton for work and I'd stop in whenever I was in Memphis. As a matter of fact, I got the shirt in that video during a work trip. Having said that, literally as I'm typing this post, a message just came into my phone saying Elvis' drummer Ronnie Tutt passed away
    0 points
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