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  1. I love Move to the city on Live Era. It's gotta be one the best showcases of the band's musicianship, instrumentally wise. When Axl goes "Ladies and gentlemen: the band!" I'm in for a ride.
  2. Many great intros were already referenced but I would like to add Reading 2010. Certainly one for the ages! Fairly noticeable how his whole body shakes from the ferocity in that scream.
  3. It's really refreshing knowing there are new bands out there still capable of embodying that old blues sentiment and somehow mix it with modern day elements and production, resulting in one badass combination. Do get it when you can
  4. Sweet! Only now did I find out about this thread. So, here are my latest additions: Plus, I finally pulled the trigger on AFD Super Deluxe and got it in the mail today. I'm also waiting for John Denver - Poems, Prayers & Promises.
  5. "Been through too much?" Man, that Coursera - 'Learn how to edit videos in 3 simple steps' must have been tough.
  6. That's just...lame. I mean, the guy could literally release Civil War from any given show and arguably no other song in the world would do a better job right now.
  7. Video - UYI Documentary - Rock In Rio '91 (both nights - remastered) - Ritz '91 - Pantages '91 - Inglewood '91 - Wembley '91 - East Rutherford '92 - Turin, Italy '92 - Argentina '92 (remastered) - Milton Keynes '93 - Nijmegen '93 - Hartford '93 - Making F@cking Videos (I, II, III - remastered) - All UYI videoclips in 4K Audio - UYI I (RE) - UYI II (RE) - Live Era '91-'93 - UYI I Demos - UYI II Demos - Stockholm 17/08/91 - Mexico '92 - Slane '92 - Prague '92 - Muni
  8. It would be funny if Axl updated his tattoo as well.
  9. It's interesting to notice how almost every official video's thumbnail is all about Axl but reality says otherwise Overall it was solid, song choices were pretty obvious. If they're going for the hits they better dig that 2016 footage.
  10. The show at the Pantages Theatre - May 11th 1991, was filmed professionally by Mark Racco (same guy who directed YCBM music video). There used to be full clips of My Michelle and Brownstone on Youtube but don't bother trying to find them there. Here's a small reference on IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7107186/
  11. Those prices are insane! You could literally take a round trip from say New York to Lisbon, Portugal, cross the entire Atlantic Ocean, watch the show and go home, for less than 700$. GA in Lisbon is 75$ at current exchange.
  12. I want new music as much as the next guy but to believe that Guns need an album or a couple new songs in their setlist to keep touring at the highest level (stadiums/large fields) is just delusional, in my opinion. There will be a day when they can't fill more than 10.000/15.000 seats and that's only because their target has already had enough of the guys. If the majority of people at their shows barely knows the lyrics besides SCOM/WTTJ/DC/NR/Patience/PC's chorus, how can you expect them to think of a new Guns album as the second coming of Jesus? They're a legacy act, way past their
  13. 1. Don't damn me 2. Nightrain 3. Rocket Queen 4. You could be mine 5. Patience 6. Welcome to the jungle 7. Civil War 8. November Rain 9. Sweet child o'mine 10. 14 Years 11. Paradise City 12. Don't Cry 13. Locomotive 14. Pretty tied up 15. Estranged
  14. Going to this one. How awesome would it be to witness the "New chapter" (I'm going to regret having said this) live for the first time! Here's a peek of the venue:
  15. Photos from the past tour have also been removed although the dates are still there.
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