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#1 Re: Guns N' Roses » New Album Thread » 5 weeks ago

elevendayempire wrote:
sp1at wrote:
A Private Eye wrote:

London on the 29th May. A Friday again, they did this last time then added a Saturday date. Might hold out and see if they do that again, also depends if it’s another NITL circuit or it’s promoting something new.

It looks like it'll be the only date in the UK.

https://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/news/2 … w-stadium/

The event will mark the first live music concert to be staged at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium since the venue opened in April this year and will be the only date on which the band will be performing their enormous and beloved catalogue of hits in the UK.

lol, I'll believe it when I see it. They've left a big gaping hole in their schedule for a second date.

The Saturday got added straight away 16

Tickets booked, new album or not should be a good evening.

#2 Re: Guns N' Roses » It's happening. » 5 weeks ago

The usual format for an artist these days seems to be first single and promo, album and second single then tour. Doesn’t have to be this way of course but that’s the usual formula. The fact the tour seems to start in only a few months and there’s nothing so far new material wise is a bit of a concern. Maybe they’ll release it whilst on the road uyi style?

I hadn’t really expected anything at this point and was thinking maybe end of 2020 for new music anyway but as they’re on the road for most of the year it means they probably need an album basically complete by spring?

#3 Re: Guns N' Roses » It's happening. » 5 weeks ago

sp1at wrote:
Tortilla_Man wrote:

The "New Chapter" spot was a Live Nation commercial for a European Tour

Live Nation care about 1 thing, Ticket Sales

There is a new album, and the tour March onwards is a new tour.

It is badly advertised, I was hoping for better, but it is what it is.

The Miami concert is an outlier, I am assuming this is when the first new track is set to appear, I don't know., but it all appears to be well planned.

What are the chances of a headline slot at Glastonbury?

#4 Re: Guns N' Roses » New Album Thread » 6 weeks ago

London on the 29th May. A Friday again, they did this last time then added a Saturday date. Might hold out and see if they do that again, also depends if it’s another NITL circuit or it’s promoting something new.

#5 Re: The Garden » The United Kingdom General Election, 2nd May 2024 » 6 weeks ago

Tory majority and big gains for SNP. This could well be the night the UK breaks up.

Indefensible from labour really, they have been spannered by one of the most chaotic and incompetent governments in living memory.

#6 Re: The Garden » The United Kingdom General Election, 2nd May 2024 » 6 weeks ago

Ouch. Only an exit poll but that is brutal.

Upside, the end of Corbyn.

Downside, virtually everything else.

#7 Re: Guns N' Roses » New Album Thread » 7 weeks ago

Looks like they are playing in Florida end of Jan according to Slash’s fb.

#8 Re: The Garden » The United Kingdom General Election, 2nd May 2024 » 7 weeks ago

AtariLegend wrote:
A Private Eye wrote:

Thing is if Labour had pulled their thumb out of their arse and ditched Corbyn a year or so ago they’d have a real chance. Distrust in Boris is high but very few see Corbyn as PM material. There’s some capable people in the shadow cabinet.

The silver lining of a Boris win would be it would hopefully signal the end of Corbyn.

You can get rid off Corbyn with a hung parliment too.

This is the last chance to stop Brexit. That's the selling point.

It'd force a second referendum.

Which is exactly where Labour are going wrong imo. Tories are front and centre on where they stand with Brexit, Labour have stuck with ‘for the many’ bullshit. It’s been dubbed a brexit election and they treat it like an afterthought. The incessant fence sitting will be their downfall. What’s wrong with Corbyn someone asked, nothing if you like being runners up. The guys not a leader he’s a ditherer. Fridays terrorist attack will help the Tories as well I think.

Their position on rich v poor is also too far left imo. There’s a reason Blairs labour did so well, they left some room for those who aspired to climb the earning ladder to do so without being classed as ‘the enemy’ if they did.

I can’t vote Tory, Labour are useless and the Lib Dems won’t win. I’m politically homeless. If it wasn’t so important I honestly might not have voted this time.

#9 Re: The Garden » Euro 2020 » 7 weeks ago

I think we’ll make it through the group. Who knows after that. I think the winner of our group gets the runner up of F so don’t really fancy that.

As much as we’ve made progress in the last 2 years and seem to have thrown off the paralysing fear that haunted past England teams. I still don’t see us beating any of the main nations in a knockout game.

#10 Re: The Garden » The United Kingdom General Election, 2nd May 2024 » 8 weeks ago

Thing is if Labour had pulled their thumb out of their arse and ditched Corbyn a year or so ago they’d have a real chance. Distrust in Boris is high but very few see Corbyn as PM material. There’s some capable people in the shadow cabinet.

The silver lining of a Boris win would be it would hopefully signal the end of Corbyn.

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