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3 minutes ago, GUNNER said:

There's nothing complex about the discussion. The numbers are quite simple, but I guess you are more a "language" guy. Dont feel bad for that.

It clearly became too complex for you when all you could come up with was this:

 

20 minutes ago, GUNNER said:

You know jack shit about math.

 

The numbers doesnt care if it is a festival or not, if it is portugal or brazil.

 

They didnt won 1 cent for the troubador show? Thanks for helping me prove my point. Axl + Ashba playing weddings were more valuable than the Slash shit reunion playing the troubador.

 

Fck ... not even 1 cent :lol:

 

You went 100% GUNNER mode as I predicted. Because you were unable to dispute anything I wrote.

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3 hours ago, GUNNER said:

You know jack shit about math.

 

The numbers doesnt care if it is a festival or not, if it is portugal or brazil.

 

They didnt won 1 cent for the troubador show? Thanks for helping me prove my point. Axl + Ashba playing weddings were more valuable than the Slash shit reunion playing the troubador.

 

Fck ... not even 1 cent :lol:


They've sold out to full capacity STADIUMS on this tour. Only one time in GN'R's history did they ever sell out an American stadium on their own and that was in 1991 in Florida. NuGNR had trouble filling arenas.

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12 hours ago, ManetsBR said:

Me too. There were some quasi-psychedelic moments in the Illusions, like The Garden and the outro of Locomotive, and I really like'em.


Yes. I'd love if GN'R did a song like this:



 

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DJ Ashba has officially announced that the band’s next album will be out sooner than you think.

“We’ve been throwing around a bunch of ideas,” he said, “and it should be good.”

“Axl has a lot of good shit up his sleeves, so I’m really excited about it,” Ashba explained, “It won’t take as long – I promise.”

(Nov 9, 2010)

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1 hour ago, John Bonham said:

DJ Ashba has officially announced that the band’s next album will be out sooner than you think.

“We’ve been throwing around a bunch of ideas,” he said, “and it should be good.”

“Axl has a lot of good shit up his sleeves, so I’m really excited about it,” Ashba explained, “It won’t take as long – I promise.”

(Nov 9, 2010)

I'm pretty sure @Rovim came in his pants when he read this back then. You know, he's the guy who believes in EVERYTHING Axl/Employees say.

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A new album would be shit. 

 

This band has no balls anymore

 

Imagine Duff and Axl writing some SJW infused bullshit...with Del adding his 2cents on top. 

 

Christ 

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4 hours ago, Facekicker said:

A new album would be shit. 

 

This band has no balls anymore

 

Imagine Duff and Axl writing some SJW infused bullshit...with Del adding his 2cents on top. 

 

Christ 


"Our culture is so unkind
To women who

take the time

oh yeah

To raise our kids

 

We're so repressed

I'm so distressed

They wanna take my Beta away

Oh no

 

And the patriachary's gotta fall
(gotta fall)
we're knockin
(knockin') down Trump's wall
ooohh

 

I'm so depressed

So freakin' stressed

At the state of mankind

 

The environment pains me

Donald Trump's hate strains me

oh whoa

More than I see

Climate change is tamin' me

And we gotta do our best ta let

our girl an' women free


And the patriachary's gotta fall
(gotta fall)
we're knockin
(knockin') down Trump's wall
ooohh
 

Islam gets a bad rap y'know its true

Burkas baby they don't look so bad on you

We light up babies in the night

Bombin the mid east, poundin in the sand

Cause they're brown not white

Just cause we can

And I can't take it 

Oh no

 

And the patriachary's gotta fall
(gotta fall)
we're knockin

(knockin') down Trump's wall
ooohh

 

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12 hours ago, Facekicker said:

A new album would be shit. 

 

This band has no balls anymore

 

Imagine Duff and Axl writing some SJW infused bullshit...with Del adding his 2cents on top. 

 

Christ 

Del would rewrite November Rain with an SJW friendly POV, the big budget video now shows a pansexual and a transgender muslim midget being married and a white male serving cakes for the politically correct audience while they sipping some genderfluid drinks (aka cum)

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11 minutes ago, Bill Brasky said:

Ya know what.

i would get amped for a new release with Slash and  Axl .

 

The pathetic fan boy still lives some where inside me.

 

 

 

I'd probably geek out if a new album actually happened.

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On 19.4.2017 at 3:47 PM, maynard said:

I'm pretty sure @Rovim came in his pants when he read this back then. You know, he's the guy who believes in EVERYTHING Axl/Employees say.

 

I hate DJ and his playing and I'm thrilled to probably never hear his shit guitar on the same album with Axl. (that still has a chance of being released with Slash's playing) Your posts are weak as always and I'm surprised I even dignified this shit with an answer. Once a fluffer, always a fluffer.

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7 hours ago, Haters Gonna Hate said:

 is this for a new album with Myles? 

Clearly

It was the original plan before the GNR tour

 

Besides, Axl doesn't release music anymore

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Guns N' Roses (self-titled) 2017

 

1.    "Shadow Of Your Love"    
2.    "Knockin' On Heaven's Door" 
3.    "Whole Lotta Rosie"    
4.    "Ain't Goin' Down"    
5.    "Crash Diet"  
6.    "Heartbreak Hotel"    
7.    "Goodnight Tonight"    
8.    "Just Another Sunday"    
9.    "Bring It Back Home"    
10.    "Jumpin' Jack Flash"    
11.    "Sentimental Movie" 
12.    "Cornshucker"

 

 

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12 minutes ago, John Bonham said:

Guns N' Roses (self-titled) 2017


11.    "Sentimental Movie" 

I can't wait for them to play that instead of So Fine at the Edmonton show. RIP @bacardimayne

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3 minutes ago, Trin9498 said:

Is goodnight tonight from and old bootleg? Never heard of it

 

Izzy played it a few times with The JuJu Hounds as well around 1992.

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You have to admit, it was nice of them to play a song written by someone with a crippling stutter.

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6 hours ago, John Bonham said:

Guns N' Roses (self-titled) 2017

 

1.    "Shadow Of Your Love"    
2.    "Knockin' On Heaven's Door" 
3.    "Whole Lotta Rosie"    
4.    "Ain't Goin' Down"    
5.    "Crash Diet"  
6.    "Heartbreak Hotel"    
7.    "Goodnight Tonight"    
8.    "Just Another Sunday"    
9.    "Bring It Back Home"    
10.    "Jumpin' Jack Flash"    
11.    "Sentimental Movie" 
12.    "Cornshucker"

 

 

Holy fuck....

that would be a terrible album

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Guns N’ Roses ‘planning’ new album: ‘It’s too good not to happen’
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By Luke Morgan Britton Jun 5, 2017
   
Band reunited with original members Slash and Duff McKagan for the first time in two decades last year.

 

Guns N’ Roses are planning a new album, according to guitarist Richard Fortus.

 

The classic rock group reunited with original members Slash and Duff McKagan for the first time in two decades last year. The band haven’t released an album since 2008’s infamously delayed ‘Chinese Democracy’, while Slash and McKagan haven’t featured on a GnR record since 1993’s ‘The Spaghetti Incident?’.

 

Now Fortus, who has been a member of the band since 2002, has spoken about plans for a new album on the StageLeft podcast. He said that the idea of recording a new LP was “too good not to happen”.

 

Fortus said: “We haven’t started recording anything, when I say that, as far as in the studio doing an album. We’ve been recording a lot of stuff, just ideas, assembling ideas, but not going into a studio and actually tracking a new record.” He added: “It’s sort of too good not to happen at this point, that’s how I feel about it. This band is really a force right now, and I definitely hope that we do, and I think we’re all sort of counting on it, and we’re also planning on it.”

 

The guitarist went on to praise frontman Axl Rose’s songwriting skills, saying: “I think the genius of Axl is his ability to assemble songs, from different parts, and make them feel cohesive as a song. I’ve never seen anybody able to do that in the same way.”

 
Meanwhile, Guns N’ Roses are set to play two shows at London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park later this month (June 16, 17).
 

Source: NME

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I wonder if he still thinks he's appeasing the fans with hope at this point, and doesn't realize we all just think, "oh shut up already."

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