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  1. they should have played anything from Neurotic Outsiders with Steve Jones on lead vocals it should be fun to listen to acoustic/semi-country/folk versions of those songs or Black Leather or Silly Thing or they could play the original, acoustic, hippie version of It's so Easy 'It's So Easy'...was originally a hippie ya-ya song. And Duff and West wrote this song like on acoustic, and it literally went like: [singing country-like] "I see your sister in a sunday dress..." Oh absolutely, and we were rehearsing in L.A and Slash basically just starts raping the song and I ran up and started like, doing like the evil Iggy Pop over it, while West is standing there and his face is like drooping, like: "My song " [W. Axl Rose, Eddie Trunk Interview, 2006] source = http://www.a-4-d.com/t73-it-s-so-easy
  2. hahahaha clean-bee-gees-mickey voice or regular voice?
  3. is it a rock song? a piano ballad? an industrial track? how would you define it?
  4. i am learning how to be a man and how to never leave my mates behind for money
  5. oh, so that must be the reason!
  6. 55-year-old financial expert & Guns n' Roses bassist Duff Mckagan looks around and thinks: "What the fuck is going on?" full story on http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/rock/8503354/duff-mckagan-shooter-jennings-tenderness-album
  7. One of the many reasons that i love Aerosmith is precisely because they never did that Oops, there is actually that keyboard guy that harmonizes vocals with Tyler but that shit is so well done that it actually improves the songs instead of tracyandroberting them having said that, wow, jon bon jovi voice was not that great on that day huh? good thing they did the thing though
  8. I wonder if he is playing acoustic versions of It's so Easy, New Rose, You Can Put Your Arms Around a Memory, I Wanna Be Your Dog and Raw Power
  9. Vulture lists the most famous inductees snubbing the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, sorted by Pettiness Guns n' Roses Lead Singer, Hard Rock Icon, talented rebel W. Axl Rose appears on the list, along with some quotes from his famous letter to the Hall “I still don’t exactly know or understand what the Hall is or how or why it makes money, where the money goes, who chooses the voters and why anyone or this board decides who, out of all the artists in the world that have contributed to this genre, officially ‘rock’ enough to be in the Hall?” I wonder if Axl still doesn't exactly know what the Hall is going on http://www.vulture.com/2019/03/history-of-inductees-snubbing-the-rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame.html === Good thing is that There Was A Time when Guns n' Roses Lead Singer W. Axl. Rose didn't seem to have problems with the Hall
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