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  1. What will of course never ever happen but would be my holy grail are finished, polished versions with vocals of: 1. Soul Monster 2. Tonto 3. Mustache 4. Oklahoma 5. Devious Bastard 6. Perhaps 7. Atlas Shrugged 8. Hardschool 9. Zodiac 13 10. State Of Grace 11. Quicksong 12. D Tune 13. As It Began
  2. As a former child who was actually dancing in these actual halls I'm a bit surprised here! I vividly remember the o-shaped mouths when the 'Better'-bridge came in and a lot of people got beat up that day for falsely claiming that the song was in Drop-C Tuning
  3. Funnily enough, it's only the second worst. The one in my village uses Axl's first "aaah" from the Slither chorus at Download 2018 as a fanfare
  4. I am thinking about fathering a child so that it can then continue the thread for me once I'm gone
  5. Ah yes, on his way to delete Pitman's parts from CD7 if I'm not mistaken.
  6. You absolutely nailed it in my opinion. In my view, "the internet" destroyed the magic and mystery surrounding music acts. Even the most underground norwegian black metal band will let me know what they had for fucking breakfast today (I'm exaggerating, but that's how it feels). Also, as you've mentioned, the sheer over-supply of music available just kills curiosity, at least for me. Of course, every now and then I discover something by accident, but only rarely.
  7. Well, I'm afraid I love it. btw., on AFD and UYI there were a ton of overdubs and additional licks that barely get noticed, WTTJ is a good example. Just saying!
  8. I just noticed today that there was yet another guitar-layer present during at least the second verse (left channel, very hard to hear). Even seems to play chords over the main riff. That's what I love about CD - the massive clusterfuck it is. You always stumble across new stuff you didn't notice. I've listened to this album an unhealthy amount of times, and I still haven't discovered everything. Understandably, that turns a lot of people off since the "copy&paste" approach of course comes across as soulless.
  9. As a generic CD-fanboy, I of course think the song is fucking brilliant from start to finish. Stellar guitar and drum-work throughout the whole thing. Love how Axl sang the verses. To my ears, the guitar solos/fills are otherworldly and have a dytopian/cyberpunk-type of vibe to them. A masterpiece! ...
  10. If I was Axl, I would put all my effort into taking down these fucking selects instead.
  11. I don't know if he really learned these parts - He probably just stood there thinking "Ah yes, something in A-minor, no problem - I'll just do my wankery here - and here... aaaaaand here. Done, on to the next one." btw, that's how he remembers them: TIL - "Gay Ballad" Madagascar - "That HipHop song" Sorry - "Blues-Jam in D-Minor" Scraped - "That Masterpiece"
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