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#1 Re: Guns N' Roses » disappointed in axl and fernando » 8 weeks ago

atlashrugs wrote:

the GNR fans deserve what's in Axl's vault.


Typical Queenie post. 

That's what you've been posting over and over here and at other boards for years and that's what you are going to keep on posting.

#2 Re: Guns N' Roses » disappointed in axl and fernando » 8 weeks ago

atlashrugs wrote:

I'm ready for CD 2 baby. The reunion is BUST. Slash is DEAD. CD 2 is the answer to my holy savior. Oh LORD Oh LORD. FUCK YEAH

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Quit trolling, Queenie.

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(weren't you the one who got kicked out at  a 'nuGNR' show because you acted like you wanted to hit Robin?)

#3 Re: Guns N' Roses » The Context of How Old Some of these Tracks Are » 10 weeks ago

James wrote:

It's a complete mess on my phone. It's all on there as my computer is down atm

When I get it going again I'm gonna properly title them and also remove stuff. It's all great but I don't need 20 versions of TWAT, Maddy, etc.

Do you have Oklahoma?

Yes, thanks to a gentleman who sent me a file though I hadn't asked for anything. One of the only songs that comes with a name rather than a track number.  A very good song, actually. I wonder what kind of lyrics Axl had in mind for it (if he ever came up with any).

#4 Re: Guns N' Roses » The Context of How Old Some of these Tracks Are » 10 weeks ago

James wrote:
Yamcha wrote:
James wrote:

20 discs of Robin ....

Was wondering when you would knock on the door. 5


Lol. The door was never closed, was it? big_smile

Robin did a very good job. Never thought I would read a post that says 'Robin is God' here... though it's not coming from you, James. 14


He's been getting heaps of praise lately and rightfully so. These rough demos indicate that they really had something special cooking, and that's excluding CD tracks already released.

The instrumentals are out of this world.

I'm still trying to figure out what is what, everything comes up as 'track 1, track 2....' on my computer. I might be missing some stuff too (I don't even know how many songs I am supposed to have and it doesn't help that some songs have several versions. 16).

#5 Re: Guns N' Roses » The Context of How Old Some of these Tracks Are » 10 weeks ago

AtariLegend wrote:
Yamcha wrote:

Limp Bizkit were, like, the band everyone was talking about?

Unfortunately yes.

Welcome back btw!

I can't remember any of their songs. I only remember the name because it's such a silly name.

My impressions about the late 90s/00s are that is was a happy period. Music was light, there were lots of solo artists, pop music, dance music... But I do remember there was quite an interest in Axl's solo project as it was seen back then, there was some anticipation, there were updates in rock magazines and there was still a fan base, of course, so Chinese Democracy would have sold. People would have bought the record out of curiosity. .

#6 Re: Guns N' Roses » The Context of How Old Some of these Tracks Are » 10 weeks ago

James wrote:

20 discs of Robin ....

Was wondering when you would knock on the door. 5


Lol. The door was never closed, was it? big_smile

Robin did a very good job. Never thought I would read a post that says 'Robin is God' here... though it's not coming from you, James. 14

#7 Re: Guns N' Roses » The Context of How Old Some of these Tracks Are » 10 weeks ago

AtariLegend wrote:

The first Brian May Atlas Shrugged/Perhaps/Catcher in the Rye should probably turn 20 years old in just over a month (November-ish maybe).

Hi, first post in God knows how long.
I was thinking about that too, how it's going to be 20 years and how time flies... I am very glad to finally be able to hear new Gn'R music, though it is not actually new. This version of Catcher with May has always been my favourite.
I can't remember much of 1999 - 2000, was it when Limp Bizkit were, like, the band everyone was talking about?

#8 Re: The Garden » Chris Cornell dead » 132 weeks ago

James: I am really sorry for your loss as I know you were a big fan. I wasn't, as you may know. However I did feel affected by his passing. I don't really know why.
In regards with Vicky I have very mixed feelings about her, especially after that letter you posted. This letter left me cold. It's all crafted, and like you, I question the reason why she wrote

Moreover, he said that if Chris had taken his own life, he'd done so unknowingly.

#9 Re: The Garden » Chris Cornell dead » 133 weeks ago

Ragnar wrote:

Death was ruled as suicide. This hit me harder than I imagined.

It still feels hard to believe. He had everything... But it seems he struggled with depression when he was young. Maybe his depression had returned.

#10 Re: The Garden » Chris Cornell dead » 133 weeks ago

Some sources say it's suicide. I mean, WTF?  sad:(

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