evader

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  1. I believe the fart fx you reference has been on a website called freesound for years and years. Guessing that's where it was borrowed since that's where I found it. Agree with you about the ballads and the balls.
  2. I'm glad we've all been on our best behavior. This website is one of my favorites. Some of you guys are absolutely hilarious. Please continue being on your worst behavior. Mansplaining how to live our lives? Triggered. Literally shaking.Ahhh, one of the greatest voices... AIO.. Not sure how to respond to that. No offense intended. I don't have much to say on the boards, but I will say you should be recording. Wish I had the skills to do you the justice those pipes deserve.
  3. I'm glad we've all been on our best behavior. This website is one of my favorites. Some of you guys are absolutely hilarious. Please continue being on your worst behavior.
  4. Q1) Though I'm responsible for 1:00-1:30, and 1:43-2:15, the quality from this clip is lousy. I plead not guilty! Q2) More of the actual studio track was uploaded on SoundCloud a few years ago. May still be there. Q3) The loop you reference appears to be incredibly small, so don't feel bad.
  5. Thanks, D. Here ya go: http://www.sendspace.com/file/93ib04
  6. Thanks Dave. The Adagio D part could easily be taken out, but I didn't make this to trick people. I just made it for personal entertainment and to see if I could. That said, it is my understanding someone did try to trade my Silkworms version for unheard songs. Broski, I think the only way that could be done would for some talented musicians to write a song that sounds like a modern-day GNR song, along with lyrics that resemble Axl's writing style. Then, I could try to recreate some of the vocals with Axl vocals from the moggs. But it takes so fucking long that I honestly think we'd get new music before a scheme like that could be completed. It would be a cheaper alternative (value of time spent) to offer a bunch of money for something.
  7. It is a fan remix. The chorus vocals were removed, and then re-created from rearranged/re-tuned/stretched/layered isolated CD vocals, one syllable at a time. The verse vocals were isolated from the original recording, and re-inserted as a separate track so I'd have easier control over their vocal volume level. And yes, the outro is Adagio in D minor, tuned up (or down, I can't remember) one step. I love the Sunshine OST. Here are the drum and vocal additions that were made for the final mix: http://soundcloud.com/evadergnr/sw-drm-and-voc
  8. This is the funniest thing I've seen in weeks, thanks JB!
  9. Holy shit that was fantastic! If I were Axl, I'd rip of DJ's hat and hand it to this chick. Just looked at her channel, and she's done covers of Right Next Door To Hell, Sweet Child, November Rain, WTTJ.... She even dressed up as a schoolgirl for Jungle. ET, it is time to formulate your master plan.
  10. ET, whatever it takes, please get some Japanese poon love as soon as possible. And send me some too. On a serious note, if something about yourself is bringing you down (weight for example), make that shit go away.
  11. Thanks ET! I really appreciate getting a comment that is actually about the mix, since it took 1000 hours to make it. The bass is too high You fucker. Coulda told me that two weeks ago! Same tempo as Live Era.
  12. Thanks ET! I really appreciate getting a comment that is actually about the mix, since it took 1000 hours to make it.
  13. All things related to GNR are late. But yeah, almost... I received AxlisOld and Conor vocals from them in June of last year, and I had TJ's by mid-August. After that, I decided to rewrite and create guitars and bass, which was not very easy for me.
  14. AxlisOld, Conor, LL_TJ1 and Axl himself sing on this cover of It's Alright. I hope the instrumental is tolerable!
  15. Dave, are you kidding? GNR couldn't even sell out all the stadium shows in the US in 1992 with Metallica as a co-headliner. GNR reached their their popularity peak in the months after the Illusions were released. By the end of '92, fan support in the US had already significantly dropped. Original fans were bitching about the ballads and videos, and newer fans were bitching about all the riots and nonsense of the tours. After the Illusions tour ended, there was dead silence from GNR, and new popular rock acts were constantly making fun of Axl and GNR. Kids bought in, and fan support was probably less than half of what it was in September '91 by the time Slash quit, at which point it dropped to about 10%. Some of you other older fans can almost certainly confirm this.