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  1. Exactly this. It was so out of place, because that was absolutely not a sloppy sleazy band. Just about everything about that lineup was world class except for DJ. Even Richard as the rhythm player, his technical chops absolutely lapped DJ. I remember reports of the band being cruel to Ron for god knows what reasons, it’s so weird that *he* was the one who got shit, not the hot topic manager bedroom guitar player.
  2. At least with Slash’s improv, there is a chance of the solo turning out well. Ashba was an embarrassment. I’m not a fan of his music, but objectively he is a successful songwriter with Sixx:AM. But as a lead guitar player in a world touring band, particularly playing the guitar parts of one of the most iconic and legendary guitarists in rock n roll, I mean I’ve seen kids with epiphone les pauls and first act combo amps play Slash solos better. To this day I do not understand the calculus of him being in the band.
  3. My final conclusion: as the first comeback single from my favorite lineup of my favorite band in 30ish years, it’s disappointing. But if you let yourself have fun with it, it’s pretty damn fun.
  4. There is no wrong reaction to this. Any claim to be made about it can be defended. It truly is absurd.
  5. The strangest part about this isn't just that it was some weird 20 year old leftover track that got eworked, but it was a weird 20 year old leftover track and Axl only sings for two lines with it drowned in effects and synths. The only way the average person would have a clue this had anything to do with GNR is the random wails. ...but I respect it? I truly have no idea what I think, it changes every minute.
  6. This does make me want to hear Slash and Duff lift Atlas, Perhaps, and Hard School
  7. In some instances, I'm perfectly fine with that. Atlas, Perhaps, hard school, that would be great to have fully mixed and mastered with Slash and Duff. But it probably means we will have to go through a couple of these. I will say, it is weirdly infectious.
  8. This is truly the definition of a polished turd.
  9. But the Slash and Duff of it all makes a significant difference, plus it being a full on mixed and mastered track. It is far more guitar-driven, Slash sounds great on it.
  10. I still can't believe of the vast swath of songs, this is the one the redid. This is probably the best possible version of it that could possibly exist, but Jesus.
  11. It is a vast vast vast improvement over what it was. It becoming more guitar-driven salvaged what was truly a... Not great song. But this is a super God damn weird choice for a “comeback” single. Axl isn't even technically singing at any point other than the bridge, where his voice is so modulated it hardly registers in the sea of synths. Slash is great on it, though.
  12. I actually like silkworms, don't mind the verses, Slash's feel adds an element to it that avtually makes it sound like GN'R, but I did not imagine they could find a worse chorus to the song until I heard Axl yell "ABSURD!"
  13. I have really enjoyed these, and while improved, the mixes on these are brutal my god please send me the stems I will do it for free.
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