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GNR Survivor: Tours - Round 6


6.Next tour to be Eliminated?  

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Chinese Democracy Tour (01/02) is out!

which tour should go next?

Round 1 Appetite for Democracy

Round 2 Up Close and Personal

Round 3 Chinese Democracy Tour (09-2011)

Round 4 We're F'N Back! (2021)

Round 5 Chinese Democracy Tour (01/02)

Round 6 ???

Round 7 ???

Round 8 ???

Round 9 ???

Round 10 ???

Round 11 ???

 

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 Tour remains

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Anyone voting out 06/07 before the 85/86 "tour" that no one around here ever attended and probably not even ever witnessed an actual full show of on video or audio is insane.

The "hell house" thing is a fucking myth to back the boys up with some credibility after they signed to a major label. Their first "independent" / "live" EP was already fake with audience noise blended with what was actually studio demos. They would have never made it if it wasn't for their connections in the industry through family and romantic partners.

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16 minutes ago, adamsapple said:

Anyone voting out 06/07 before the 85/86 "tour" that no one around here ever attended and probably not even ever witnessed an actual full show of on video or audio is insane.

The "hell house" thing is a fucking myth to back the boys up with some credibility after they signed to a major label. Their first "independent" / "live" EP was already fake with audience noise blended with what was actually studio demos. They would have never made it if it wasn't for their connections in the industry through family and romantic partners.

So you're saying you'd rather attend a show from the 2006/2007 CD era tour over the earliest GNR tour?

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2 minutes ago, downzy said:

So you're saying you'd rather attend a show from the 2006/2007 CD era tour over the earliest GNR tour?

I guess since there being no bootlegs from the early days or polished recordings of the 85/86 concerts, it's hard to know if those shows were good or bad. 

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1 hour ago, opalho said:

I guess since there being no bootlegs from the early days or polished recordings of the 85/86 concerts, it's hard to know if those shows were good or bad. 

There's plenty of bootlegs from 86. Video and audio ;)

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6 minutes ago, jamillos said:

Exactly. Listen to Sweet Child from Whisky 86 - the first time they played it iirc, and the magic is palpable. 

Personal favourite is music machine.

Didn't whisky get leaked as soundboard a few years ago? 

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1 hour ago, ssiscool said:

Personal favourite is music machine.

Didn't whisky get leaked as soundboard a few years ago? 

Not sure if the whole show, I have 2 or 3 songs so far. I'll have to check it, it's amazing. 

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8 hours ago, History2010 said:

I don't care what anyone says, Not in This Lifetime is better than any NuGuns tour by default. Having Slash and Duff in the lineup as well as guest appearances from Adler, automatically elevates the tour to a higher level in my mind. 

nice to see the maker of these join in

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06/07 was fucking awesome. I know it shouldn't win, but I just cannot vote for it.

Bold statement: UYI tour also should not win. Axl was miserable and the rest of the band were in the throws of addiction. 

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47 minutes ago, BangoSkank said:

06/07 was fucking awesome. I know it shouldn't win, but I just cannot vote for it.

Bold statement: UYI tour also should not win. Axl was miserable and the rest of the band were in the throws of addiction. 

Skin n Bones or AFD for the win. S&B has some of the best shows off the band period. Afd has the raw down n dirty feel.

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38 minutes ago, ssiscool said:

Skin n Bones or AFD for the win. S&B has some of the best shows off the band period. Afd has the raw down n dirty feel.

I honestly agree - if Skin & Bones wins I will have no complaints.

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9 hours ago, jacdaniel said:

People like the 06 shows because Axl sounded quite good but I went to a show and it was terrible. 

Just constant jams and solos and a real flat show.

What?  The guitar solo cover of Christina Aguilera’s “Your Beautiful” and a brief musical interlude with the Trailer Park Boys didn’t do it for you?

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Anything concerning voting on GNR stuff must end up for something from the "Live Era" to win. Axl’s solo was more or less nice, but it wasn’t real GNR; NITL was more or less nice, but they’re not 30 anymore, the times have moved on, and how can you even compare it. So it’s either Appetite or Illusions, obviously. That will be the ultimate, hard battle. 

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This poll is a bit of a joke, how is we're f'n back better than 09-11... 09-11 had a better stage show, a new set and a band + Axl that sounded great, of course Axl slipped in 2011 but 2011 was better than 2021. What exactly does We're F'N Back have?

Also 2006 is better than NITL. If you didn't see it then you missed out.  

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53 minutes ago, Tom2112 said:

This poll is a bit of a joke, how is we're f'n back better than 09-11... 09-11 had a better stage show, a new set and a band + Axl that sounded great, of course Axl slipped in 2011 but 2011 was better than 2021. What exactly does We're F'N Back have?

Also 2006 is better than NITL. If you didn't see it then you missed out.  

I will never forget the exciment about GN'Rs and Axl's comeback in 2006. Nothing what happened since then will ever come close to that 

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1 hour ago, Sosso said:

I will never forget the exciment about GN'Rs and Axl's comeback in 2006. Nothing what happened since then will ever come close to that 

2006 was the best year touring wise since the 90ies - especially Axl's performance.

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