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#1 Re: Guns N' Roses » The General and Monsters » 6 weeks ago

Axl vs Vince Neil? Sorry, that's the only thing that came to mind big_smile

#2 Re: Guns N' Roses » The General and Monsters » 10 weeks ago

James wrote:

You've got an album to catch up on....

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Thanks, I forgot about that one. I won't go off topic, I'll just say that he was not prolific as others artists mentioned earlier

#3 Re: Guns N' Roses » The General and Monsters » 10 weeks ago

axlroselocke1 wrote:

Tom Petty was another example of not losing the fire, at least I feel. I miss Tom

True, true.

Same goes for Bowie, Springsteen, Neil Young, Alice cooper,  Robert Planet....

#4 Re: Guns N' Roses » The General and Monsters » 10 weeks ago

polluxlm wrote:

The only exception I can think of is Roger Waters. The fire is still strong in him.

Touring maybe, but music wise? He hasn't done anything since Amused To Death,  which came out in'91.
A few singles maybe, and a covers album... if his own songs.

#5 Re: Guns N' Roses » The General and Monsters » 12 weeks ago

daub wrote:
Izzyjim wrote:
daub wrote:

Perhaps - The General - Monsters
https://m.turbobit.net/h05tv9z1ybz5.html

So monster is on the CD single?

yes, CD Single


Only in GN'R world, B sides stronger than A side.. Thanks!

#6 Re: Guns N' Roses » The General and Monsters » 12 weeks ago

daub wrote:

Perhaps - The General - Monsters
https://m.turbobit.net/h05tv9z1ybz5.html

So monster is on the CD single?

#7 Re: Guns N' Roses » Better Video » 13 weeks ago

Let's say Lars refused to sign - how hard is it to edit him out of the video??

Therfore I also believe it's bullshit

#8 Re: Guns N' Roses » Oh My God Live and Album Version » 13 weeks ago

BMJ wrote:

This song drives me insane! It's easily one of my all-time favorites, yet I have yet to find a decent version of it. I mess around with it all the time trying to make it sound better, or make a mix of live/studio versions, and while I have made versions that sound better than what was put out on the soundtrack (in my opinion), it's still not what I want it to be.

Is that you, Axl? tongue

#9 Re: Guns N' Roses » The General and Monsters » 15 weeks ago

carlossacanell wrote:

Quick song? Maybe i'm wrong but that song is the one with voices of a western movie without lyrics justo Axl ridiculous screams all the time during the song... Is that one? If It is i prefer they don't release it ever

vocal guide track, that's what it is. And personally, I think it's awesome smile
I hope they'll release it with the guide track lol

#10 Re: Guns N' Roses » The General and Monsters » 15 weeks ago

dave-gnfnr wrote:
monsterscantkillme wrote:
Tmgladden wrote:

Dude, I don’t want slash in the band either, or duff. I want nuguns. I’ve always preferred nuguns cause that’s what I grew up with. But that doesn’t change the fact you keep yourself singled out by not just dropping it. Let it die till we know for sure

The reason I keep defending Robin and Bucket is because everybody so strongly on their end defends Slash. I'm like alone on an island. But when I say people are telling me it is Robin on the General, and that Monsters is industrial rock I'm not making it up. I've shared the songs with Robin fans on twitter, reddit, and facebook and they think it is Robin.

LOL at calling Monsters industiral rock when it sounds like VR.
You dont know what industrial rock is

It does has that vibe, tbh. Not full on like Ministry but more like Alice Copper's Brutal Planet, early 2000s rock vibe.

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