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Waemoth

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  1. The exclusion of YCBM in the AFD box pretty much only means that it wasn't recorded at Mystic or Sound City. As a counter point to the people who are saying that November Rain and Back Off were released there's the fact that Don't Cry was recorded at Sound City, yet it was omitted. I don't think YCBM being omitted from the AFD box has any real implication to whether or not it was recorded before or while AFD was recorded.
  2. First of all, any and all GNR songs no one has heard. Fuck off. The General is probably absolute trash. For the serious answer, Paradise City.
  3. Not only do they have feedback from the AFD box, but I think they'll have to make it more interesting since the UYI albums ultimately aren't as mainstream as AFD.
  4. I'd prefer to see something we've never seen or heard, Greensboro 1991 might be the ultimate pick. I've heard rumors about Locomotive being played in one of the shows in Dallas 1991 which wasn't bootlegged. Something to consider is that the recordings of some shows are so bad that I personally don't bother too much with them. The third and fourth shows in Inglewood 1991 fall into this category along with the Toronto show where Back Off Bitch was played.
  5. I think Richfield is the best performance of Coma, better than Tokyo, Chicago and Omaha despite them fucking up the ending. The atmosphere is nice, and Axl is singing it well with good amounts of rasp.
  6. We Will Rock You, Honky Tonk Woman
  7. In terms of live performances, given that I'm not interested in 1992 I think these would be reasonable picks: Any of the warm-up shows 1991. The live portions of the YCBM music video were filmed at these gigs, and as such they should exist in better quality than the majority of the rest of the UYI tour gigs. Denver 1991. As stated earlier, they opened with YCBM, and this gig have my favorite performance of YCBM and Civil War. Setlist is good, and all the songs that we have from the incomplete audience recording are strong performances. Inglewood 1991. I don't think this n
  8. Make it better, Corona virus 2020 playlist. Just empty.
  9. With a sweet 15FPS, vocals re-recorded by Duff, Slash noodling pasted on top of the whole thing and a McBob intro added for no good reason? Sign me up!
  10. Mostly 2016 stuff I guess. Both nights of Vegas 2016 are available as good quality IEM+AUD matrixes, probably your best bet. I like Apollo and San Diego 2017 somewhat as well.
  11. They don't even have to release it for free... Release some stuff for free directly to YT to see if there's an interest, and if there seems to be big enough of an interest fucking release concerts.
  12. Not sure about video quality, but audio quality is pretty good for an audience recording IMO.
  13. I think the performance of Rosie from Hammersmith Odeon 1987 was Guns' best one. Late 1987 Axl could have sounded very, very good for a lot of AC/DC stuff. The same goes for summer of 1988 Axl, and 1991 Axl. Don't think he could have replaced Brian; would've fucked his throat even faster and worse than he already did.
  14. Here are my picks for the strongest performances of each song on AFD, LIES, UYI I and UYI II during the 80s and 90s. Disc 1 (AFD): 01: Welcome To The Jungle 1987-09-30 Tor 3, Düsseldorf, Germany 02: It's So Easy 1987-09-30 Tor 3, Düsseldorf, Germany 03: Nightrain 1987-12-17 Roy Wilkins Auditorium, St. Paul, MN 04: Out Ta Get Me 1987-12-19 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI 05: Mr. Brownstone 1987-12-19 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI 06: Paradise City 1991-07-29 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, CA
  15. I think it's more along the lines of Frank being the drunk friend who spurred the driver on as they crashed. Axl is the driver in this scenario though, for sure.
  16. I'm putting together a "best of classic Guns" compilation with what I consider to be the best performance (out of the ones I've heard obviously) of each song on AFD, LIES and UYI1+2. Some of the less played songs don't have any strong performances, and some weren't played at all. That's life I guess. Speaking of Nice Boys, the performance from Austin 1993 is very, very good.
  17. Can't argue with what you're saying about the sourcing of Primeiramente or XPII. What I can say is that the Rock In Rio bootleg isn't exactly worlds apart from those. Somewhat better, but still a worse listening experience than competent AUD recordings. I've never heard anything that sounds anywhere near as good as Frans' version of Indiana. If anyone wants information about what specific sources I used in my compialtion, feel free to PM me. I'll be glad to help you out
  18. Think what I have is Primeiramente de Rio, Maracana XPII and Frans' version of Indiana. I think Axl sounded really bad in Rio 1991, and that in combination with the sound quality being very much sub-par seals the deal. Seriously, there are A LOT of audience recordings that are better quality-wise than Rio IMO.
  19. I made my own compilation of what I think are the best performances from the UYI tour out of the ones that were recorded in good quality. Everything on here except for Dust In The Wind is SBD, and I've avoided the SBD performances I consider to have poor audio (RIR, Indiana, St. Louis, Chile and the second performance in Argentina 1993). Some tracks appear multiple times because I like them, or because there are multiple strong performances. Tracks: 01: Mr. Brownstone [Alpine Valley, WI 1991-05-24] 02: It's So Easy [Saskatoon, Canada 1993-03-26] 03: Th
  20. What we have is actually their fourth performance of KOHD They played it at the two prior Marquee gigs, and they played it twice on the 28th - we only have the second performance. Having video for it would be incredibly nice though.
  21. If it's good and you are up for sharing, you might want to consider making a rip of it.
  22. It's kind of a long shot, but I guess you can read it as that Slash/GNR didn't have a good time leading up to the third gig. Sounds highly unlikely, especially given that at least Axl seemed to be in a good mood on the 28th.
  23. As far as I know they only played it during late June and July of 1993, in other words only during certain parts of the European portion of Skin N' Bones, as well as the two dates in Argentina 1993. The version from the second night of Modena 1993 is indeed awesome, much more so than the FM broadcast. Skin N' Bones was really nice in that the acoustic portion of the sets were easy to record compared to their typical songs. Dead Flowers is another one of the 1993 only songs that I think they performed really quite well.
  24. I think the only 1991 recordings that I consider to be better than Philadelphia are the second night of Stockholm, Copenhagen, Wembley, and possibly the first two MSG gigs. November Rain and LALD from Philadelphia is GOAT in my book. They fucking nailed them, normally I can't stand listening to LALD, but the performance from Philly is just 10/10. I don't think I've seen anyone talk about it specifically, but the recording of the first night at MSG 1991 that surfaced a year or two ago has some of the best crowd singing I've heard on any bootleg.
  25. I think MTV wanted to get a new set anyway, and that's why they asked GNR to trash it?
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