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  1. https://consequenceofsound.net/2020/09/vinyl-sales-surpass-cds-34-years/?fbclid=IwAR1RG28hj5JIfC15YG-VgY8PnUpjL1pjmqyqNGtriHQU13kpQa4dlvlkO_k
  2. Robin Finck is being inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame as a member of NIN.
  3. This album wasn't supported by Axl slash or duff at the time, it was a cash in to recoup money lost dying the CD recording sessions. It's not like this is some new album or anything, it's an obvious vinyl release of one of the greatest selling albums of all time. I feel like Sympathy for the Devil was used as a "new" song at the time too since it wasn't on any other GnR releases and a lot of people probably weren't too familiar with it.
  4. I actually like EDM music a lot but this is so bad. It's just so incredibly cliché and generic sounding. It's a cool concept combining rock and EDM but if you're going to do it at least do something interesting with it.
  5. Meegan just posted a picture on Instagram With Todd Kurns and confirmed that SMKC is in the studio recording a new album LOL
  6. This happens all the time when people have valuable IP. For example in the video game world you constantly see companies renewing trademarks of old products just so they don't run out and anybody can use them. It was probably Axl Roses time to trademark the name. I mean it is one of the biggest names in rock n roll history. This type of stuff happens constantly behind the scenes. Just most fan bases don't jump to thousands of conclusions on something fairly common.
  7. So I haven't listened to greatest hits in probably a decade, I was looking at the track listening earlier today. How did Ain't It Fun get on there? lol I can pretty much understand everything else, but why ain't it fun over nightrain lol
  8. Yeah this was basically a cash grab by the label to recoup some of the money they lost on Chiense Democracy. Axl said something like it would take focus away from CD so he filed a lawsuit and Slash and Duff joined in on the lawsuit. There was a proposal of a 2 CD version of the greatest hits, you can even find the art work floating around out there...
  9. I read that article before actually, and I should have worded my post better. But I think the point still stands that there are over 11 million copies of the GnR greatest hits sold and at this point the record label will most likely make more profit off of a vinyl release than keeping it tied to CD.
  10. Guys, GnR greatest hits is one of the best selling albums of all time. It's only the fifth album in the history of the billboard 200 to chart for 500 weeks. It's sold over 11 mil copies world wide. Anybody who is surprised that they are putting it on a physical media that actually sells today is just acting silly. Why wouldn't Universal do it? My only surprise is it took this long, I would have figured Universal would have done this 3 years ago. Anybody saying it's a cash grab, of course it is. Every greatest hits is a cash grab. That's the point of it. Anywa
  11. Watching these videos bums me out that I had tickets to see them July 8th. I also was supposed to be at Firefly music festival this weekend watching Rage Against The Machine Man covid blows.
  12. 1) unreleased songs. Any songs that didn't make it to album but are in the vault unreleased I would love to hear remastered and officially released. Let's get every song these boys wrote out there. 2) alternative mixes and demos! That to me is really interesting. I love UYI but to hear the original versions would be amazing. 3) a live show. Dear God bring us a live show.
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