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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
  10. i watched it twice and it didn't even cross my mind that that flashback was bullshit I will probably watch it again and when i do it i will try to notice if you are correct i would never think di caprio would fit in a tarantino film but he proved me wrong (so wrong!) on django livre that was a fantastic performance specially at the end in the scenes at his house i wish axl could have proved me wrong on chinese democracy but unfortunately i was right about that album...
  11. yeah Like a Dog sounds a bit like GNR, some fantastic music on it these two songs from his album Concrete (2008) are highlights fort me and have a bit of that tchucka-tchuka guitar sound that reminds of GNR it's a shame the other songs are not as good as these two and Full Circle (2nd track!) is probably the worst song Izzy ever wrote... i can imagine a lot of people giving up the album right there and then on the second track because it is truly annoying
  12. true can you tell if it is the same pinball machine that appears on this video and can you tell what axl says at 4:56 ?
  13. Guns N' Roses' Duff McKagan Releases "Chip Away" And Announces May 31st Release For Solo Album "TENDERNESS" ALBUM PRODUCED BY AND FEATURING GRAMMY® WINNER SHOOTER JENNINGS NORTH AMERICAN TOUR KICKS OFF MAY 30 IN PHILADELPHIA TOUR WILL SEE McKAGAN BACKED BY SHOOTER JENNINGS + BAND FANS IN LOS ANGELES CAN CATCH SPECIAL GRAMMY® MUSEUM PERFORMANCE ON APRIL 4 Mar 20, 2019, 10:32 ET LOS ANGELES, March 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Guns N' Roses bassist and New York Times bestselling author DUFF McKAGAN has released "Chip Away," a new track from his much-anticipated solo album, TENDERNESS (UME) – click HERE to listen. PHOTO + ALBUM ART HERE "'Chip Away' is somewhat of a rail against cable news and divisive agendas...all for the almighty dollar," says McKagan. "The song also highlights the fact that history repeats itself over and over, and that we will all get past this, together." "Chip Away" follows the recent release of lead track "Tenderness" and both songs are available as instant downloads by clicking HERE to pre-order TENDERNESS ahead of its May 31st release. The full track listing for TENDERNESS is as follows: "Tenderness" "It's Not Too Late" "Wasted Heart" "Falling Down" "Last September" "Chip Away" "Cold Outside" "Feel" "Breaking Rocks" "Parkland" "Don't Look Behind You" Also available for pre-order is a special limited edition TENDERNESS deluxe book, which includes the album on 180-gram yellow & red starburst vinyl, the CD, and features an exclusive lithograph signed and numbered by McKagan. The hard cover book contains 40-pages of photos from the recording sessions and also presents liner notes written by Duff detailing his experiences with each song and the project as a whole. The vinyl features 10 tracks and a unique sequence carefully selected by McKagan and the album's GRAMMY®-winning producer Shooter Jennings, while the CD includes 11 tracks. TENDERNESS sees McKagan reflecting on his experiences traveling the globe over two and a half years on Guns N' Roses' Not In This Lifetime tour. Encountering heartbreak, anger, fear, confusion and divide on his travels during this tumultuous time in our world history, McKagan channeled a collective hurt into songs of monolithic power. "We're becoming divided at a time when we need each other most," says McKagan. "When huge industries get replaced because of modernization, it's time to retrain and bolster up those who get swept aside. Homelessness and drug addiction are avoidable in this country if we come together and get private and public cogs turning together in a positive direction. We can at least try to tackle mental illness while we're at it. But alas, we stump and lie, point fingers and divide. We're way better than this. As a father, I must say and do something now because I love my girls and my wife, and I love my country, and I feel I must be strong and use my voice now, do it while I'm able or perhaps never get a chance ever again." McKagan and Jennings began recording Tenderness a year ago this month, working out of Station House studios, located in Echo Park, CA, where they wrote and recorded in-between McKagan's tour with seminal rock band Guns N' Roses and the release of Jennings' eponymous album, Shooter. TENDERNESS features Jennings and his band along with appearances by The Waters and The Suicide Horn Section (which features Duff's brother Matt McKagan on trombone), amongst others. Twelve months later, they're gearing up to take these songs on the road for a North American tour that kicks off May 30 at TLA in Philadelphia. Prior to the tour's launch, Los Angeles-based fans can catch McKagan and Jennings discussing the album and giving a special performance at the GRAMMY® Museum in downtown LA. Don't miss your chance to see Duff McKagan live. Tour dates are as follows: Date City Venue Thu, May 30, Philadelphia, PA TLA Fri, May 31, Washington, DC City Winery Sat, Jun 01, Boston, MA City Winery Mon, Jun 03, New York, NY Irving Plaza Thu, Jun 06, Chicago, IL Thalia Hall Sat, Jun 08, Nashville, TN The Cannery Mon, Jun 10, Austin, TX Scoot Inn Thu, Jun 13, Los Angeles, CA El Rey Theater Fri, Jun 14, San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall Sat, Jun 15, Portland, OR Aladdin Sun, Jun 16, Seattle, WA The Showbox
  14. you know what? if it wasn't for Izzy solo albums I would seriously believe that Appetite For Destruction was written by Desmond Child or some other song doctor you listen to izzy's music and it's all there except, obviously, for axl's brilliant, unique, used-to-be-the-best-in-the-planet voice, axl's dramatic, convincing, engaging used-to-be-the-best-in-the-planet delivery, slash's lovely solos and riffs and licks and this and that and the other, and steven's unique right-up-there-with-charlie-watts-and-phil-rudd swing & groove this song title "Chip Away" reminded me of another song one different letter a world of difference
  15. ok but gilby didn't write any part of the song, since the song was pretty much entirely written in 1985 wasn't it? so why on earth would he get any credit for music? and why didn't eloquent martial arts enthusiast Duff Mckagan get any credit? or izzy? or even steven?
  16. i like to watch my tarantino without ever seeing any trailer and without reading anything about the movie before watching it it has worked fine for me to this day anyone here didnt like hateful eight? that samuel l. jackson flashback scene with the son of the old man in the snow is shocking and hysterical i look at this photo and i can imagine tarantino telling samuel l. jackson about the scene - hey sam, I just thought about adding a new scene to the movie, you know that part when you...
  17. i am waiting for his next books "Why split the loot five ways and other destructions" "How to be Punk as Fuck and other millionaire past times"
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