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Re: Quick Song/Zodiac instrumentals

Sky Dog wrote:

No doubt. Now, I would be interested to see what Slash and Duff could do with Zodiac and State of Grace. Transform industrial type riffs in to a more Gnr sound.

Re: Quick Song/Zodiac instrumentals

Sky Dog wrote:

And since Perhaps is so rough, an all new take on it would be sweet.

James
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Re: Quick Song/Zodiac instrumentals

James wrote:

Perhaps is definitely up Slash's alley. It already sounds like a lost UYI demo.

It would be interesting to see the approach. Look what he did to Better.

otto
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Re: Quick Song/Zodiac instrumentals

otto wrote:
James wrote:

CD
IRS
Quick Song
Atlas
Catcher
Hardschool
Riad
The Blues
TWAT
One more song

There you go. Locked and loaded.

CD
IRS
Quick Song
Atlas
Catcher
Madagascar
Hardschool
State of Grace
The Blues
TWAT
Perhaps
Prostitute

elevendayempire
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Re: Quick Song/Zodiac instrumentals

Could someone hook me up with a link? Cheers.

Charlie Finck
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Re: Quick Song/Zodiac instrumentals

Link please!! ??

James
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Re: Quick Song/Zodiac instrumentals

James wrote:

I just can't get over how much ass Quick Song kicks.

Re: Quick Song/Zodiac instrumentals

AtariLegend wrote:
James wrote:

I just can't get over how much ass Quick Song kicks.

I think the Smells like Teen Spirit parts are a problem though. It doesn't just sound similar, it's sounds slightly at points like a knock off version.

James
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Re: Quick Song/Zodiac instrumentals

James wrote:

Yeah and to the point that the one time the track was mentioned in an online media outlet, that was it's description.

Might be why it didn't move up to the A list.

Even so, Musically I'd place it in the top 5. It stands proud next to CD and Riad in the ass kicking department.


Zodiac is no slouch either. It's better than Shackler's.

PaSnow
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Re: Quick Song/Zodiac instrumentals

PaSnow wrote:
James wrote:

That infamous 2005 article went into those aspects of the saga and they weren't kind to say the least.

Those are valid points to take into consideration....but..."this won't sell"....I don't see why not. The 99-00 sessions are literally running the gamut of 90s trends.

Sorry, I wasn't saying I didn't think it would sell, I was saying the 'label' maybe wasn't only saying that (ie. IMHO there were money/contract issues as well).

I think it woulda sold ok at the time, not put GnR back on top of the charts, but decent. Wish Axl & VR had a better battle. I think CD mighta been panned a bit, but looked back now as a better album than they received credit for

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