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  1. As always, I'm only interested about new music. The fact that Hard School was teased before Covid, makes me hopeful that it's going to be played at some point and that would lead to the announcement of an actual new album. We'd get a release date and then of course the album would actually get released. That's what I'm hoping will happen. And if that happens, I will be super stoked. But I won't get too excited before something interesting actually happens.
  2. Gardner of Eden November Rain Welcome To The Jungle You Could Be Mine Estranged Sweet Child O' Mine Better It's So Easy Don't Cry Patience Shadow Of Your Love Paradise City Live and Let Die Yesterdays Dead Horse
  3. Exactly! He never said that the song IS doom metal. He said that it's ALMOST like doom metal, which is exactly what it is.
  4. It wasn't released cause they were saving great songs for the next record I guess. It probably didn't fit the tone of Chinese Democracy in Axl's opinion or something. They were supposed to play the song live but then we got corona. But there's a clip out there of the band rehearsing the song.
  5. Oh the irony of people here complaining about the too fast tempo of Franks's playing and then praising the super fast Taylor Hawkins version of It's So Easy.
  6. Guess I truly am a hardcore GNR fan then. Somehow I hoped that there would have been another level still that would've been so deep in the rabbit hole that even I wouldn't have understood the references. But I guess not. I didn't plan to become a GNR nerd. It just happened.
  7. Listened to this song for the first time now. The Great White version is absolutely terrible. The original version on the other hand is great! I'd love to hear what the GnR version would have sounded like.
  8. Not sure why anyone would pick "new album", when you can pick "all the stuff from the vault from all eras". I mean that includes the new album plus everything else they've ever recorded.
  9. The perfect scenario for me would be CD2 reworked with the new lineup with some brand new songs written by this lineup and maybe even one or two songs that they originally wrote together in the nineties. Not sure what choice I should have picked, but I chose new music from this lineup. But I definitely want CD2.
  10. Sure, opinions are like assholes, as they say. I'm sure you know that Jungle, Ozzy and even Royal Blood sounds outdated in many peoples opinions. But it's all subjective. I don't think there is such a thing as objectively outdated music. Sounds don't get old. There's just different kinds of trends. For example the synth pop music of the eighties were the epitome of outdated music for a long time, but right now those eighties synth sounds are very popular in alternative circles and you hear those influences even in mainstream music. Industrial sounding music could easily make a comeba
  11. Well everything you said here is kinda my point. Even if we consider Tame Impala rock music, it's still not 100% mainstream. There are no mainstream rock hits today. If GNR is going to release a new album it's gonna sound outdated no matter what, because rock music is outdated. So does it even matter if it's outdated in an industrial way or in a grunge way or in a classic rock way. As long as it's rock music, it's outdated. Don't know if you've heard the leaked songs. Atlas Shrugged, Perhaps, Hard School etc... It's not exactly industrial music. It's sounds a lot like the rest of Chinese
  12. When rock was something completely different? What do you mean? How exactly has rock music changed? There's been no evolution in rock music, because the whole rock genre has died out, at least when we're talking about mainstream music. When was the last time we had a mainstream rock hit? There are no rock hits, so copying what other rock bands do currently is not a way to make a hit song. Current rock bands don't make hit music. Of course bands like Tame Impala are pretty popular, but is that even rock music? The way I see it, rock music is old school music, no matter how it's p
  13. I've always liked Bumblefoot and wished that I would like his music more than I actually do. So I gave Sons of Apollo another chance, and I'm glad I did. Fall to Ascend is a pretty sick tune!
  14. Being realistic often comes off as sad. But honestly crying about Axl's voice day after day is a lot sadder in my opinion. 😄
  15. This wasn't too bad. That Live N Let Die performance wasn't great, but it's the kind of a song that's never absolutely terrible either. There's always those badass screams at least. SOYL is always good and this was no exception. It may not have been the best SOYL performance ever, but his voice was pretty good and he nailed the timing, so what more can you ask. I honestly thought that the BHL performace was one of their best performaces of that song ever. I have very little to complain about that performance That KOHD performace was pretty basic. No much to complain about it. No
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