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  1. Cool, thanks very much for checking it out, and possibly checking other eps out. It started as mostly wrestling, but I tried to branch out more last year. Unfortunately the CC show has taken a backseat to two other shows I do, with Konnan and Raven of WCW and ECW fame. But it’s always there when I wanna go back to it.
  2. Thanks very much! Yeah some of the opinions were difficult to swallow, but it was still fun to hear the differing opinions.
  3. If anyone is so inclined, please feel free to check out this episode of my podcast, where it’s myself (hardcore fan,) another semi hardcore fan, and a fan of strictly the Appetite stuff, as we go over CD track by track, and throw little bits of knowledge and stories out there as we go. https://www.spreaker.com/episode/42154969
  4. You’d think it would be easy as hell to add Slash and Duff to Hard School and Atlas, but, apparently not!
  5. I was really disappointed by the return of Slash and Duff because I wanted to hear what the Bumble/Ashba/Stinson/Fortus/Dizzy crew were gonna whip together with Axl. Also, I’d rather have Frank Ferrer as drummer, ahead of Sorum or Adler. and finally, 2011-2012 was my favorite time to be a fan so far (saw them four times, and got to hang with the band after the 2012 show in AC.)
  6. I’m cool with the usual opening. Easy, Brownstone, Chinese, Jungle.
  7. Nah, I know the version of TIL he means. Some of it, it’s up there with the best studio vocals Axl has ever done.
  8. I gotta say, I don’t consider it a death When Bucket left. The shows I saw in 2011 and especially 2012 were excellent. Add to that a live blu ray, live streamed concerts, Axl on Kimmel etc and they were certainly alive as a brand. that being said, I’m like a lot of folks here. My interest is at an all time low since I began following everything closely in 99-2000.
  9. I don’t understand the setlist hatred. There’s almost nothing they could drop, everything else is expected hits or fan favorites.
  10. I’ve kind of given up. I love seeing the band live, and have under multiple iterations since Hammerstein in 2006. So I’ll probably always go check out a live show, but as far as obsessively reading old articles and reading the forums daily, not so much. And unlike a lot of today’s hardcore fans, I realized I couldn’t care less about a new record.
  11. Not me. There’s nothing like the live energy at a GNR performance. I’d go monthly if I could.
  12. What was tragic about performing at every show for three hours or more all across the world?
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