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  1. robin finck produced the perfect rock record of all time called chinese democracy. chinese democracy eats appetite. robin surpasses slash as the greatest rock guitar player of all time. robin's solos like better, twat, sod, irs, madagascar, chinese democracy, and til are the greatest rock solos since sweet child o mine, november rain, and estranged. robin finck is the real deal. robin finck is a superstar. uncle axl was in his prime vocally and physically with robin finck. robin finck is the master. the master of rock. it's a shame uncle axl won't let robin play TIL live. it's a shame. cause robin makes the most EPIC and greatest rock solo of all time with TIL. robin proves again and again why he is the best in the rock biz today!


  2. Robin should be performing at the HOF nomination ceremony and receiving an award. He truly deserves it.

    robin should finally for the first time ever live play his EPIC studio TIL solo live at the HOF and show dj ashba and uncle axl how itt's done!

    robin should be inducted into HOF for the chinese record too

    Who would fuck that solo up more - Finck or Ashba? :CoolFace:

    robin hasn't even had the chance to do his own work live. he's yet to get the chance to do TIL live. cause probably uncle axl has threatened robin with a lawsuit if he does TIL live anywhere in the world. so right now dj fucks up TIL studio solo more. i can't judge robin. cause robin hasn't even had the chance to do TIL live yet!

    Wait, if Finck never played TIL live, then Ashba can't be doing it worse than Finck, as Finck never did it.

    that's true. but dj's live playing of til doesn't measure up to robin's studio solo of TIL. until uncle axl gives robin the chance to do TIL live too, we won't know if dj will also not measure up to robin doing his own TIL solo live as well.


  3. :facepalm:

    What if Robin and Bucket aren't in the next album?

    uncle axl said chinese is a triology. not a follow up with dj ashba and bumblefoot. chinese is a trilogy. axl mentioned many songs that'll be on the next chinese records. your name is one of them. soulmonster. another is the general. another is jackie chan. robin finck and buckethead did the guitar solos for these songs. not dj ashba and bumblefoot. uncle axl is not gonna shoot himself in the foot and redo these songs all over again. that'll set back uncle axl's chinese trilogy back years. uncle axl won't do that.


  4. Of course man....you didn't hear the news? Soulmonster is the first single off new album!!!

    I think he took it serious :facepalm:

    it would be great if uncle axl released soulmonster as the first single off cd2. i bet soulmonster would be a better first single than the title track chinese democracy was as a first single. i bet robin and bucket shred it up on soulmonster with killer uncle axl vocals to boot!

    But what if soulmonster ends up being worst then chinese democracy :o

    itt won't be. robin finck and buckethead have taken soulmonster to new levels of rock n roll awesomeness

    How do you know? Have you heard it before?

    no. uncle axl hasn't released itt yet on itunes

    Well how do you know that its "new level of rock n roll awesomeness"?

    cause robin and bucket brought rock to a new level of rock awesomeness on chinese. you can assume they do the same on the follow up chinese record on songs like your name "soulmonster"

    I hope your right

    Check this out!!!!! Axl Rose sent me this :rock3:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbWZl9uuN9Y

    i will be right. robin and bucket kick ass. and they kick ass on the follow up to chinese too!

    and extended robin finck! awesome! robin finck kicks ass on SOD. SOD is robin finck!

    robin's street of dreams!


  5. Robin should be performing at the HOF nomination ceremony and receiving an award. He truly deserves it.

    robin should finally for the first time ever live play his EPIC studio TIL solo live at the HOF and show dj ashba and uncle axl how itt's done!

    robin should be inducted into HOF for the chinese record too

    Who would fuck that solo up more - Finck or Ashba? :CoolFace:

    robin hasn't even had the chance to do his own work live. he's yet to get the chance to do TIL live. cause probably uncle axl has threatened robin with a lawsuit if he does TIL live anywhere in the world. so right now dj fucks up TIL studio solo more. i can't judge robin. cause robin hasn't even had the chance to do TIL live yet!

    Wait, like someone would want to cover til? Lol.

    til is robin's work. dj ashba covers til live. dj does a pretty embarrassing job covering robin's work live


  6. Of course man....you didn't hear the news? Soulmonster is the first single off new album!!!

    I think he took it serious :facepalm:

    it would be great if uncle axl released soulmonster as the first single off cd2. i bet soulmonster would be a better first single than the title track chinese democracy was as a first single. i bet robin and bucket shred it up on soulmonster with killer uncle axl vocals to boot!

    But what if soulmonster ends up being worst then chinese democracy :o

    itt won't be. robin finck and buckethead have taken soulmonster to new levels of rock n roll awesomeness

    How do you know? Have you heard it before?

    no. uncle axl hasn't released itt yet on itunes

    Well how do you know that its "new level of rock n roll awesomeness"?

    cause robin and bucket brought rock to a new level of rock awesomeness on chinese. you can assume they do the same on the follow up chinese record on songs like your name "soulmonster"


  7. Robin should be performing at the HOF nomination ceremony and receiving an award. He truly deserves it.

    robin should finally for the first time ever live play his EPIC studio TIL solo live at the HOF and show dj ashba and uncle axl how itt's done!

    robin should be inducted into HOF for the chinese record too

    Who would fuck that solo up more - Finck or Ashba? :CoolFace:

    robin hasn't even had the chance to do his own work live. he's yet to get the chance to do TIL live. cause probably uncle axl has threatened robin with a lawsuit if he does TIL live anywhere in the world. so right now dj fucks up TIL studio solo more. i can't judge robin. cause robin hasn't even had the chance to do TIL live yet!


  8. Does this tour not go into March? :shrug:

    It´ll go into August.

    If Axl doesn´t cancel the Euro-tour due to poor sales, that is.

    And yeah, it´ll also continue into 2025.

    With another backup band.

    And finally.

    There´ll be no more new music.

    Ever.

    there is no new music cause dj ashba and bumblefoot don't want more robin and bucket chinese songs released!


  9. Virtuoso Brian Carroll, better known as Buckethead, is an unheralded musical genius. Sure, it's weird that he performs with a bucket on his head and a white costume mask as he assumes the role of a character who survived a "chicken holocaust," but anyone who's listened to his solo works can't argue that the man isn't gifted.

    For example, his song "Jordan" contains some of the most infectiously fuzzy guitar riffs, so distorted they almost sound synthesized. His tune "Frozen Brains Tell No Tales" includes an eerie, sci-fi sounding keyboard hook and some bizarre narration about removing the listener's head for a trip (which will be returned to their bodies afterwards). These are examples of the kind of intense, layered soundscapes Buckethead creates -- whatever you expect, it's not what you get. He takes every note and seems to turn it on its head, creating complex compositions in the vein of Frank Zappa, but with an orchestrated, multi-instrumentalist approach more reminiscent of classical composers.

    Of course, not many people are familiar with Buckethead's solo works. He's known more for being a former member of Guns 'N' Roses. That's unfortunate, because, unlike Guns 'N' Roses, Buckethead continues to actively record and tour. (He'll be making a stop at The Nile Theater in Mesa on Friday, June 17.)

    In one of the most classic cases of "the pot calling the kettle black," Guns 'N' Roses released this statement after Buckethead's departure from the band in 2004:

    "During his tenure with the band, Buckethead has been inconsistent and erratic in both his behavior and his commitment, despite being under contract, creating uncertainty and confusion and making it virtually impossible to move forward with recording, rehearsals, and live plans with confidence. His transient lifestyle has made it near impossible for even his closest friends to have nearly any form of communications with him whatsoever."

    That description seems more fitting for Axl Rose, but whatever. A megaband can really only have one megastar, and Rose insists on being that sole star. He surrounded himself with capable players after the collapse of the original G 'N' R, but none of the band members were as talented as Buckethead -- not even Rose.

    If Buckethead had stayed in Guns 'N' Roses and ignored his solo projects, the past seven years would have been very different for him. For starters, he would've been sitting on his bum for more than four years while the release of G 'N' R's Chinese Democracy was continually delayed. Rose kept himself busy suing people (including Geffen Records and former G 'N' R manager Irving Azoff), but when the album was finally released in November, 2008, it became the worst-selling Guns 'N' Roses album ever (note: it still went platinum).

    And even if Buckethead had held out and went on tour with G 'N' R, Rose's behavior at shows wouldn't have bolstered the band's kinship. The band was almost an hour late to the stage at the 2010 Reading Festival, 30 minutes late to the Leeds Festival, and 90 minutes late to a show in Dublin on September 1, 2010 (the same show where Rose walked off stage after the fourth song because the crowd was throwing bottles).

    By contrast, since 2004, Buckethead has released 19 albums (no joke), got propositioned by Ozzy Osbourne to play guitar in his band (which didn't work out because Buckethead wouldn't remove his costume), campaigned with Bootsy Collins for Rock the Vote, got a deal for a Buckethead signature Les Paul guitar from Gibson, and toured consistently.

    So even though Buckethead has never had an album even close to the commercial success of say, Guns 'N' Roses' Appetite for Destruction, at least fans can go see him play live without fear that he's going to be 90 minutes late and then walk off stage in a diva huff after a handful of songs.

    http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/uponsun/2011/06/why_bucketheads_better_off_sol.php

    buckethead is better off in gnr. bumblefoot is better off solo


  10. Guns N’ Roses stepped onto the Fillmore Silver Spring stage a few ticks after midnight on Friday morning and didn’t pack it up until 3:04 a.m.

    It wasn’t a rock concert. It was a hostage situation.

    Where did these guys even find the gall to call themselves Guns N’ Roses? Led by the band’s only original member, frontman Axl Rose, this unfocused eight-man crew pranced and preened with the enthusiasm and talent of a tribute band. For three torturous hours, the guys sucked the life force from some of the most anthemic rock songs ever written — “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” “Paradise City” and “November Rain” among them.

    To call it a train wreck wouldn’t be right. Train wrecks are fast and violent. This was like being stuck in gridlock traffic behind a garbage truck in August.

    Since Guns N’ Roses’ beloved original lineup dissolved in the mid-’90s, Rose has become a master of this brand of showbiz sadism. In order to bask in his mediocrity, we must wait. Fans stuck around for 15 years as the man tinkered with “Chinese Democracy,” the 2008 opus that only proved how far he had fallen. Now, at age 50, Rose is touring with this version of Guns N’ Roses as the band prepares to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April.

    Dreamers dreamed that this warm-up tour of relatively intimate club dates might include some of the band’s early members — guitarists Slash and Izzy Stradlin, bassist Duff McKagan, drummer Steven Adler — that fantastic collision of characters that made Guns N’ Roses so magnetic 25 years ago when its album “Appetite For Destruction” gave rock-and-roll its last massive injection of sex and danger.

    Instead, Rose has surrounded himself with sloppy, unimaginative players that make him sound dated, safe and sexless. They had no command of pace or rhythm on Friday morning. Drum fills were dashed off. Guitar leads were hurried. And anytime Rose left the stage for one of the dozens of breathers he took throughout the set, the band would wander off into instrumental dead zones, as if trying to discover the intersection of pathetic and insulting. (They found it during a three-minute guitar solo over the “Pink Panther” theme.)

    Vocally, Rose sounded battered but not beaten. His indelible screeching — half bird of prey, half race car brake pad — was never expected to last for a lifetime, but his voice sounded stronger than it should.

    And he made up for any botched notes with those iconic moves, furiously pacing the stage, leaning against phantom walls, doing that snakey thing with his hips. His physicality was the only thing connecting him to a more glorious past.

    So why did he keep leaving the stage? It only served as a repeated reminder of the Guns N’ Roses we weren’t seeing.

    The evening’s primary stench emanated from Frank Ferrer’s drum kit as he carelessly let the songs slip out of focus. It felt most egregious during the finale of “November Rain,” as he turned those riveting rat-a-tat snare hits into lazy thwickity-thwacks.

    More embarrassing: the Slash pantomime performed by guitarist DJ Ashba. He seems to have been hired for his ability to wear a top hat, play a Les Paul and smoke cigarettes simultaneously.

    Even the group’s most veteran members — bassist Tommy Stinson and pianist Dizzy Reed — failed to bring dignity to these songs. Back to noodling at Guitar Center, all of you!

    “Ya’ hangin’ in there?” Rose asked before “Shackler’s Revenge,” a song from “Chinese Democracy” that even fans in “Chinese Democracy” T-shirts seemed annoyed by. It was 1:59 a.m. Another 65 minutes to go.

    A distended version of “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” was followed by the evening’s only real stage banter: Rose reminiscing about the legendary Baltimore rock club Hammerjacks. “I remember Maryland,” he told the thinning crowd. Yet somehow, this non-story felt endearing, reminding us that there was human being up there trying to be great again. Stockholm syndrome had officially set in. Encore! Encore!

    Exhausted applause at 2:31 a.m. earned the audience another gratuitious guitar solo interlude, two more tunes from “Chinese Democracy,” the acoustic ballad “Patience” — irony! — and the band’s signature, “Paradise City.”

    Fans sang along with new zeal, perhaps realizing the song’s double-time finale meant their freedom: “Take me down the paradise city / Where the grass is green and the girls are pretty / Oh, won’t you please take me home?”

    Yes, yes, yes. Let’s all get home safely and quickly. Tomorrow, we start trying to forget this night ever happened.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/click-track/post/in-concert-guns-n-roses-at-fillmore-silver-spring/2012/02/24/gIQA5CwRYR_blog.html

    That was worthy of its own thread.

    Was this the show that SonofABitch paid for his "vip experience"? :rofl-lol:

    this shows it's not about 3 hour excess. it's about "quality"


  11. Guns N’ Roses stepped onto the Fillmore Silver Spring stage a few ticks after midnight on Friday morning and didn’t pack it up until 3:04 a.m.

    It wasn’t a rock concert. It was a hostage situation.

    Where did these guys even find the gall to call themselves Guns N’ Roses? Led by the band’s only original member, frontman Axl Rose, this unfocused eight-man crew pranced and preened with the enthusiasm and talent of a tribute band. For three torturous hours, the guys sucked the life force from some of the most anthemic rock songs ever written — “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” “Paradise City” and “November Rain” among them.

    To call it a train wreck wouldn’t be right. Train wrecks are fast and violent. This was like being stuck in gridlock traffic behind a garbage truck in August.

    Since Guns N’ Roses’ beloved original lineup dissolved in the mid-’90s, Rose has become a master of this brand of showbiz sadism. In order to bask in his mediocrity, we must wait. Fans stuck around for 15 years as the man tinkered with “Chinese Democracy,” the 2008 opus that only proved how far he had fallen. Now, at age 50, Rose is touring with this version of Guns N’ Roses as the band prepares to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April.

    Dreamers dreamed that this warm-up tour of relatively intimate club dates might include some of the band’s early members — guitarists Slash and Izzy Stradlin, bassist Duff McKagan, drummer Steven Adler — that fantastic collision of characters that made Guns N’ Roses so magnetic 25 years ago when its album “Appetite For Destruction” gave rock-and-roll its last massive injection of sex and danger.

    Instead, Rose has surrounded himself with sloppy, unimaginative players that make him sound dated, safe and sexless. They had no command of pace or rhythm on Friday morning. Drum fills were dashed off. Guitar leads were hurried. And anytime Rose left the stage for one of the dozens of breathers he took throughout the set, the band would wander off into instrumental dead zones, as if trying to discover the intersection of pathetic and insulting. (They found it during a three-minute guitar solo over the “Pink Panther” theme.)

    Vocally, Rose sounded battered but not beaten. His indelible screeching — half bird of prey, half race car brake pad — was never expected to last for a lifetime, but his voice sounded stronger than it should.

    And he made up for any botched notes with those iconic moves, furiously pacing the stage, leaning against phantom walls, doing that snakey thing with his hips. His physicality was the only thing connecting him to a more glorious past.

    So why did he keep leaving the stage? It only served as a repeated reminder of the Guns N’ Roses we weren’t seeing.

    The evening’s primary stench emanated from Frank Ferrer’s drum kit as he carelessly let the songs slip out of focus. It felt most egregious during the finale of “November Rain,” as he turned those riveting rat-a-tat snare hits into lazy thwickity-thwacks.

    More embarrassing: the Slash pantomime performed by guitarist DJ Ashba. He seems to have been hired for his ability to wear a top hat, play a Les Paul and smoke cigarettes simultaneously.

    Even the group’s most veteran members — bassist Tommy Stinson and pianist Dizzy Reed — failed to bring dignity to these songs. Back to noodling at Guitar Center, all of you!

    “Ya’ hangin’ in there?” Rose asked before “Shackler’s Revenge,” a song from “Chinese Democracy” that even fans in “Chinese Democracy” T-shirts seemed annoyed by. It was 1:59 a.m. Another 65 minutes to go.

    A distended version of “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” was followed by the evening’s only real stage banter: Rose reminiscing about the legendary Baltimore rock club Hammerjacks. “I remember Maryland,” he told the thinning crowd. Yet somehow, this non-story felt endearing, reminding us that there was human being up there trying to be great again. Stockholm syndrome had officially set in. Encore! Encore!

    Exhausted applause at 2:31 a.m. earned the audience another gratuitious guitar solo interlude, two more tunes from “Chinese Democracy,” the acoustic ballad “Patience” — irony! — and the band’s signature, “Paradise City.”

    Fans sang along with new zeal, perhaps realizing the song’s double-time finale meant their freedom: “Take me down the paradise city / Where the grass is green and the girls are pretty / Oh, won’t you please take me home?”

    Yes, yes, yes. Let’s all get home safely and quickly. Tomorrow, we start trying to forget this night ever happened.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/click-track/post/in-concert-guns-n-roses-at-fillmore-silver-spring/2012/02/24/gIQA5CwRYR_blog.html

    i love this part:

    "More embarrassing: the Slash pantomime performed by guitarist DJ Ashba. He seems to have been hired for his ability to wear a top hat, play a Les Paul and smoke cigarettes simultaneously."

    bring back Robin Finck and buckethead!

    I only agree with the Dj Fuckba part because i hate him too, but in terms of the show, saying it was a hostage situation: Dude, you don't like the show why didn't you leave??

    It's like your teacher burning an essay that took you 3 hours to do non stop in front of your eyes. I have respect for the work they do on stage and I don't go around saying that they suck.

    It just isn't my thing.

    dj took a shit on robin's work again last night. and 3 hours isn't great. guns with robin did 2 hours in 2001, 2002, and 2006. 2 hours is just fine for a rock concert


  12. Guns N’ Roses stepped onto the Fillmore Silver Spring stage a few ticks after midnight on Friday morning and didn’t pack it up until 3:04 a.m.

    It wasn’t a rock concert. It was a hostage situation.

    Where did these guys even find the gall to call themselves Guns N’ Roses? Led by the band’s only original member, frontman Axl Rose, this unfocused eight-man crew pranced and preened with the enthusiasm and talent of a tribute band. For three torturous hours, the guys sucked the life force from some of the most anthemic rock songs ever written — “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” “Paradise City” and “November Rain” among them.

    To call it a train wreck wouldn’t be right. Train wrecks are fast and violent. This was like being stuck in gridlock traffic behind a garbage truck in August.

    Since Guns N’ Roses’ beloved original lineup dissolved in the mid-’90s, Rose has become a master of this brand of showbiz sadism. In order to bask in his mediocrity, we must wait. Fans stuck around for 15 years as the man tinkered with “Chinese Democracy,” the 2008 opus that only proved how far he had fallen. Now, at age 50, Rose is touring with this version of Guns N’ Roses as the band prepares to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April.

    Dreamers dreamed that this warm-up tour of relatively intimate club dates might include some of the band’s early members — guitarists Slash and Izzy Stradlin, bassist Duff McKagan, drummer Steven Adler — that fantastic collision of characters that made Guns N’ Roses so magnetic 25 years ago when its album “Appetite For Destruction” gave rock-and-roll its last massive injection of sex and danger.

    Instead, Rose has surrounded himself with sloppy, unimaginative players that make him sound dated, safe and sexless. They had no command of pace or rhythm on Friday morning. Drum fills were dashed off. Guitar leads were hurried. And anytime Rose left the stage for one of the dozens of breathers he took throughout the set, the band would wander off into instrumental dead zones, as if trying to discover the intersection of pathetic and insulting. (They found it during a three-minute guitar solo over the “Pink Panther” theme.)

    Vocally, Rose sounded battered but not beaten. His indelible screeching — half bird of prey, half race car brake pad — was never expected to last for a lifetime, but his voice sounded stronger than it should.

    And he made up for any botched notes with those iconic moves, furiously pacing the stage, leaning against phantom walls, doing that snakey thing with his hips. His physicality was the only thing connecting him to a more glorious past.

    So why did he keep leaving the stage? It only served as a repeated reminder of the Guns N’ Roses we weren’t seeing.

    The evening’s primary stench emanated from Frank Ferrer’s drum kit as he carelessly let the songs slip out of focus. It felt most egregious during the finale of “November Rain,” as he turned those riveting rat-a-tat snare hits into lazy thwickity-thwacks.

    More embarrassing: the Slash pantomime performed by guitarist DJ Ashba. He seems to have been hired for his ability to wear a top hat, play a Les Paul and smoke cigarettes simultaneously.

    Even the group’s most veteran members — bassist Tommy Stinson and pianist Dizzy Reed — failed to bring dignity to these songs. Back to noodling at Guitar Center, all of you!

    “Ya’ hangin’ in there?” Rose asked before “Shackler’s Revenge,” a song from “Chinese Democracy” that even fans in “Chinese Democracy” T-shirts seemed annoyed by. It was 1:59 a.m. Another 65 minutes to go.

    A distended version of “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” was followed by the evening’s only real stage banter: Rose reminiscing about the legendary Baltimore rock club Hammerjacks. “I remember Maryland,” he told the thinning crowd. Yet somehow, this non-story felt endearing, reminding us that there was human being up there trying to be great again. Stockholm syndrome had officially set in. Encore! Encore!

    Exhausted applause at 2:31 a.m. earned the audience another gratuitious guitar solo interlude, two more tunes from “Chinese Democracy,” the acoustic ballad “Patience” — irony! — and the band’s signature, “Paradise City.”

    Fans sang along with new zeal, perhaps realizing the song’s double-time finale meant their freedom: “Take me down the paradise city / Where the grass is green and the girls are pretty / Oh, won’t you please take me home?”

    Yes, yes, yes. Let’s all get home safely and quickly. Tomorrow, we start trying to forget this night ever happened.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/click-track/post/in-concert-guns-n-roses-at-fillmore-silver-spring/2012/02/24/gIQA5CwRYR_blog.html

    i love this part:

    "More embarrassing: the Slash pantomime performed by guitarist DJ Ashba. He seems to have been hired for his ability to wear a top hat, play a Les Paul and smoke cigarettes simultaneously."

    bring back Robin Finck and buckethead!


  13. I don't see what the big deal is. I'd drop some coin to see the same 3 hour set list by these guys at a club show.

    When you're actually at the show experiencing it, you don't really care if the set list is the same every night or if it's DJ or Robin - however, I saw them in 2006 and 2011 and I must say DJ was more entertaining live. I have seen NIN several times and I feel Robin just belongs with them and performs better with NIN.

    The only people who care about the fixed set lists are people either 1. on message boards who never go to shows or 2. if you actually go to several shows within a very short time span.

    i've seen guns many times live with robin. robin guns shows kick the shit out of 3 hour cashgrabs with uncle axl and dj cashba


  14. Of course man....you didn't hear the news? Soulmonster is the first single off new album!!!

    I think he took it serious :facepalm:

    it would be great if uncle axl released soulmonster as the first single off cd2. i bet soulmonster would be a better first single than the title track chinese democracy was as a first single. i bet robin and bucket shred it up on soulmonster with killer uncle axl vocals to boot!

    But what if soulmonster ends up being worst then chinese democracy :o

    itt won't be. robin finck and buckethead have taken soulmonster to new levels of rock n roll awesomeness

    How do you know? Have you heard it before?

    no. uncle axl hasn't released itt yet on itunes


  15. If Dj Ashba is really using the heavy touring schedule as an excuse for Axl not to go into the studio and make a CHINESE DEMOCRACY follow up, then GN'R shouldn't book so many fucking shows

    what you don't understand is the next chinese record's already recorded. the follow up is done. you know what? dj ashba isn't on the follow up chinese record.


  16. Technically... all the Bucket/Robin/Brain/Tommy material isn't new :driving:

    technically, it is new cause we haven't heard it yet from leaks or on itunes or purchase inside bestbuy

    It is new to us, but overall, it isn't new. Actually, 13 - 10 years is a lot of time when it comes to music.

    technically, this is music recorded. the music dj ashba doesn't want to talk about. neither does bumble. this is the music recorded by robin finck and buckethead. this music will be the next record. dj ashba and bumblefoot won't headline the next record like they do this current cash grab tour. they're not the stars. they're the stars of the cashgrab. they're not the stars of chinese. robin and bucket r the chinese stars.


  17. 190 posts/7 days = 27.14 posts a day. Step back man...

    since when does it matter how many posts i have? look. i told the truth. bumblefoot doesn't tell the truth. the chinese songs we have yet to hear will be the next record. it's too bad bumble is a baby and a whiner about not bein on the next record. robin finck and buckethead are the ones who do the guitar work on the next record. bumblefoot doesn't. it's time bumblefoot stops making excuses, stops lying, stops whining, and accepts the fact until all of the chinese records have been released......it'll be a while before a new record features bumblefoot and dj ashba. bumblefoot doesn't accept reality

    Outside world...bad

    Keyboard and internet...good, right?

    Hold on...I need to reply 14 times to the same topic.

    you have over a thousand posts. what should i say? bad? right?

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