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Use Your Illusion I Survivor - Round 10


Vote for your LEAST FAVORITE UYI I song to be evicted   

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We said it's fun to watch
When the world has stopped
But now we got somethin' to say!

Perfect Crime....is gone!

Which song will be next to go?


Round 1 - Bad Apples
Round 2 - You Ain't The First
Round 3 - Back Off Bitch
Round 4 - Bad Obsession
Round 5 - Live And Let Die
Round 6 - Garden Of Eden
Round 7 - The Garden
Round 8 - Dust N' Bones
Round 9 - Perfect Crime
Round 10 - ???
Round 11 - ???
Round 12 - ???
Round 13 - ???
Round 14 - ???
Round 15 - ???
Round 16 - ???

HOW IT WORKS: Each round, you vote for your LEAST FAVORITE of the options. The option with the most votes gets eliminated in the next round, and so on, until only one song remains.

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Like I said before, I love every song on UYI I, Coma is simply my least favorite here. 

Not a big fan of the main riff (sounds like a RnR guitarist trying to come up with a bad ass metal riff) and it's too long for what it has to offer, if you wanna here more specific reasons.

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3 minutes ago, El Guapo said:

Like I said before, I love every song on UYI I, Coma is simply my least favorite here. 

Not a big fan of the main riff (sounds like a RnR guitarist trying to come up with a bad ass metal riff) and it's too long for what it has to offer, if you wanna here more specific reasons.

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57 minutes ago, Rovim said:

it's probably Izzy's solos that make it such a fan favorite

Oh man, I remember a discussion on here once about who played the solo on the studio version, Slash or Izzy, because Izzy got credit for lead guitar in the booklet.  

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35 minutes ago, EvanG said:

Oh man, I remember a discussion on here once about who played the solo on the studio version, Slash or Izzy, because Izzy got credit for lead guitar in the booklet.  

You just started it again :D

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1 hour ago, El Guapo said:

You just started it again :D

I'm your huckleberry! Just listened to the studio version. It sounds like it could be Izzy (with slash's guitar tone) playing the solo. But then I watched live clips from them playing the song in 1991 with Izzy. Slash is then handling all the leads. Why would he do that if izzy was responsible for the solo in the studio? It leads me to guess it's slash playing on the studio version aswell? School me!

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I think it's just an error in the booklet. Slash has said before that the only lead part Izzy played on UYI is the intro to Back Off Bitch.
What made it an interesting discussion is that the solo sounds a bit uninspiring if it is Slash. You would have expected him to play it more like the way he plays it live.
But it has Slash's tone and why would he play it live if he doesn't play it on the record?
I think one of the arguments was that Izzy could have played it with Slash's guitar and amp settings and that live he left it up to Slash because it turns into a prolonged solo and Slash is the noodler in the band after all.

 

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1 hour ago, Homefuck said:

Why would he do that if izzy was responsible for the solo in the studio? It leads me to guess it's slash playing on the studio version aswell? School me!

Izzy was responsible for the singing in the studio, that means he is the singer live right? The argument doesn't work as you see

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1 hour ago, EvanG said:

I think it's just an error in the booklet. Slash has said before that the only lead part Izzy played on UYI is the intro to Back Off Bitch.
What made it an interesting discussion is that the solo sounds a bit uninspiring if it is Slash. You would have expected him to play it more like the way he plays it live.
But it has Slash's tone and why would he play it live if he doesn't play it on the record?
I think one of the arguments was that Izzy could have played it with Slash's guitar and amp settings and that live he left it up to Slash because it turns into a prolonged solo and Slash is the noodler in the band after all.

 

This. There's a thread somewhere here about it. Certain pressings of the CD and cassette list Izzy as lead guitar on the song, but other say Slash. It's 100% Slash. 

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