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  1. My suggestion for the poster and others is to manage your own expectations. As I just said, time is the most precious commodity we have. It's up to you to be happy or feel disappointed in something. No one else can manage your expectations on something.
  2. I really don't get people like you. Why are you even here if you think that GNR songs do not "flow"? If I don't like something, I'm not going to waste my time. My time is extremely valuable now that I'm in my 40s. Time is the most precious commodity we have. I totally don't get why you even bother visiting the forum.
  3. It wasn't well received due to the drama that was surrounding Van Halen at that time. People wanted to see VH perform their own song, whether it was Sammy or Roth singing. It really had nothing to do with Velvet Revolver.
  4. Not an official release. Only the demo. A bit of a difference especially since Slash and Duff have revamped it a bit.
  5. I've been saying this for a VERY LONG time on here! Due to the fact that I was in and out of the hospital as a kid, I learned from experience. During one of my stays, I had a 15 years old kid as a roommate who was on life support since the age of 2. He swallowed Draino and it burned his organs. He died on the operating table at the age of 15. Seeing this kid on life support and never enjoying life taught me a lesson at a young age. Look I get it about wanting new music. Even I'm a little frustrated now seeing that Bon Jovi and Corey Taylor released new albums. AC/DC released their single
  6. To me, it doesn't matter. Axl and Slash are my childhood idols. When the album gets released, I'll be looking forward to it. As we saw today with Eddie Van Halen, you have to enjoy life while you can.
  7. I'll find a way to play this. It seems really cool!
  8. They were sending a message. Trump was doing some really stupid things. To quote Trump: "It is what it is."
  9. Not for me. I'm always going to be excited for when they come around the NJ/NYC area. Recently, I have been given the power of attorney to make medical decisions for a family member. As a result, I'm not sure if I'll always be able to attend a concert. I hope that nothing comes up when GNR is in this area so that I can attend. However, dealing with someone who is elderly and recently begun having health issues, you never know.
  10. I had missed the opportunity to see Axl at MSG in 2002. When he came to NYC, we had a massive snowstorm. My friend and I couldn't make it as a result even though we had tickets for the show. Since I missed the show in 2002, I went to the 2006 show at Hammerstein just to see Axl. I wasn't sure if Axl would come back to the area. I didn't like that Slash and Duff were no longer in the band. I also didn't really care much for the other members. With that being said, at least the band looked a lot better than the freak show of 2002.
  11. Please speak for yourself. I have enjoyed GNR much more with the reunion than the NU-GNR era. Hopefully, we can get some new music.
  12. I wasn't able to go to the Ritz show. I have to go to a venue that has seats due to my legs. Yeah, the Izod show was ok, but it looked grim.
  13. I have to respectfully disagree with that. Axl and Slash are some of my childhood idols. When I attended the concert at the IZOD Center in 2011, I saw many empty seats. It was very unusual for that many empty seats for a GNR concert in the NJ/NYC area. Additionally, GNR was relegated to the IZOD Center and not Prudential. At the time, the IZOD Center was going to be closing soon and mothballed. I was thinking at the time that would be the end of GNR.
  14. The Ritz 88. I also have to say that the MTV VMA 88 was one of my favorite versions of WTTJ.
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