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01/31/20 - Miami, FL - American Airlines Arena **SWEET CHILD TELEVISED ON FOX**NOW WITH MORE SNOOP DOGG**


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I think I have a good perspective as I saw NILT 6 times, including night one in Vegas and the amazing Apollo show in NYC. Here is my takeaway from the show.  I’m not going to even mention the set

With all due respect, coming from a guy who travels to the UK often for work and has many friends there, why do people like you feel the need to attack/trash/insult an entire country?  Yet, here you a

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9 hours ago, Tyler Drama said:

Sweet Child is GNR’s biggest song of all time, and the song that really pushed them to the next level. I’d deem it even more necessary than Jungle or PC.

That being said, I wouldn’t mind if it was never played again.

It's like how Aerosmith has to play "I Don't Want To Miss a Thing" at every show even though Joe Perry said he hates the song and they didn't write it.

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1 hour ago, Gnrcane said:

It's like how Aerosmith has to play "I Don't Want To Miss a Thing" at every show even though Joe Perry said he hates the song and they didn't write it.

Well aerosmith didnt have to release a song like that for a film. So they have themselves to blame.

10 hours ago, moreblack said:

It will never not be played live by them, it cannot. 

Theres no way can wheez his way through PC...

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14 hours ago, Gnrcane said:

It's like how Aerosmith has to play "I Don't Want To Miss a Thing" at every show even though Joe Perry said he hates the song and they didn't write it.

Aerosmith actually hardly plays that anymore. Thank God

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2 hours ago, moreblack said:

But good luck finding a gig they didn't do Dream On

But ST doesnt sound shit singing it...

SCOM is like Metallica' Sandman or NEM - must be on setlist if it is not some exclusive private only diehard show, but Axl is butchering it... And has no intent adjusting his approach to it...

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2 hours ago, Tom-Ass said:

He also 71 years old and still 10 times better than Axl on his worst days.

Axl has to also reach more octaves through 30+ songs. Tyler mostly stays in one range except for 1 verse of Dream On. Axl's normal  talking range  is a low Baritone so its natural that he would lose more of that mid high range has its not his normal range. But that's what makes Axl Special

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On 2/5/2020 at 7:06 AM, Politania said:

It rather looks like a bad dyeing of hair. the sides are brighter than the top. 

-look at Slash ... he looks  so offended, like jealous wife next to her husband, when the guy is saying hello to another woman :D:D haha

Is there a page of Slash-jealous-with-Axl photos? Because there seem to be a lot

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1 hour ago, tsinindy said:

The interesting thing is 76 year old Mick Jagger is better than both of them combined right now :)

I can't go there. I have seen both Aerosmith and the Stones the last year. Steven still kills it live. Mick dances around like a chicken and isn't even really a singer anymore. Don't get me wrong, I still LOVE the Stones. They are one of my favorites. Maybe not quite my favorite band but I consider them the best band of all time \m/

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At this very moment, there are roughly 200 members online this forum/website.  I don't know the total number of average unique monthly active users, maybe it is a few thousand or so (I could be wrong).  According to this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Not_in_This_Lifetime..._Tour they have sold over 4.3 MILLION tickets to this tour, and there are several dates, especially North American 2017 dates that have no attendance numbers listed for some reason.  The average music listener/concert goer/gnr fan wants to hear the hits, plain and simple.  To think they would drop SCOM or YCBM because a few hundred people here on a forum want set lists changes and are obsessed with the order songs are played in at shows thousands of miles away from them is ludicrous.  As a hardcore fan myself, yea I would like to see some deep cuts added so I can watch them on youtube, but to think constant setlist bitching on here will lead to someone in the GNR camp to see it, take it seriously, and jeopardize severely changing a formula that has sold MILLIONS of tickets to placate people on a forum where in a show of 30,000 people there are maybe 10-20 forum members in attendace....stop and think about that for a minute.  The best way to lose fans, is for them to pay top dollar to go to a show and not get the hits played.  Everyone just needs to take a deep breath, be happy they are still out there playing.  The alternatives is we could have 1993-2016, a member could be dead and this over forever, or the band just calls it quits.  They cant mess with the setlist too much in the latter two.

Dont worry, Be happy - Bobby McFerrin

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6 minutes ago, Liva said:

At this very moment, there are roughly 200 members online this forum/website.  I don't know the total number of average unique monthly active users, maybe it is a few thousand or so (I could be wrong).  According to this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Not_in_This_Lifetime..._Tour they have sold over 4.3 MILLION tickets to this tour, and there are several dates, especially North American 2017 dates that have no attendance numbers listed for some reason.  The average music listener/concert goer/gnr fan wants to hear the hits, plain and simple.  To think they would drop SCOM or YCBM because a few hundred people here on a forum want set lists changes and are obsessed with the order songs are played in at shows thousands of miles away from them is ludicrous.  As a hardcore fan myself, yea I would like to see some deep cuts added so I can watch them on youtube, but to think constant setlist bitching on here will lead to someone in the GNR camp to see it, take it seriously, and jeopardize severely changing a formula that has sold MILLIONS of tickets to placate people on a forum where in a show of 30,000 people there are maybe 10-20 forum members in attendace....stop and think about that for a minute.  The best way to lose fans, is for them to pay top dollar to go to a show and not get the hits played.  Everyone just needs to take a deep breath, be happy they are still out there playing.  The alternatives is we could have 1993-2016, a member could be dead and this over forever, or the band just calls it quits.  They cant mess with the setlist too much in the latter two.

Dont worry, Be happy - Bobby McFerrin

you're reading my mind

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