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otto
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Re: Officially Licensed Merchandising from 1997?

otto wrote:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/GUNS-N-ROSES-MA … 976wt_1270

$(KGrHqRHJEoE88d-jo-mBPWmP83iPQ~~60_57.JPG

I bought stuff from this seller in the past, he's the real deal.

Perhaps there was an album on the horizon and things were starting to roll so they were prepping merch?

RussTCB
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Re: Officially Licensed Merchandising from 1997?

RussTCB wrote:

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otto
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Re: Officially Licensed Merchandising from 1997?

otto wrote:

You're welcome, Russ! The design you've mentioned is the one I've bought today! 16

I'll embed the 1997 image here.

This Robin Finck t-shirt: is this from 2006?

I remember in 2002 there were a few with his designs, but nothing like this - and since this one has the beard and stuff I assume it's from 2006.

RussTCB
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Re: Officially Licensed Merchandising from 1997?

RussTCB wrote:

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otto
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Re: Officially Licensed Merchandising from 1997?

otto wrote:

Strange that the 2002 merch was available right at the start of the tour, with Finck, Buckethead and GN'R's designs.

Finck's was all silhouettes. This one is a photo. Perhaps the picture was taken during rehearsals or made available during the tour?

Anyway, that 1997 t-shirt is puzzling me!

monkeychow
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Re: Officially Licensed Merchandising from 1997?

monkeychow wrote:

I'm pretty sure that fink shirt was available during the 2007 tour here in Australia....I remember seeing it at the merch stand and thinking it was a first step towards promotion of the new line up....because if you remember that vintage there was a lot of talk of "why do the GNR adds show the old guys / why is there no modern band photos / do people who come to the shows expect slash" and so on.....and i remember thinking the the existance of a fink shirt was kinda a baby step towards the band actually becoming known in their own right other than just as Axl and his merry men kinda thing.

-D-
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Re: Officially Licensed Merchandising from 1997?

-D- wrote:

that first shirt is generic lookin as hell

misterID
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Re: Officially Licensed Merchandising from 1997?

misterID wrote:

I think both of those shirts are stellar.

RussTCB
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Re: Officially Licensed Merchandising from 1997?

RussTCB wrote:

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otto
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Re: Officially Licensed Merchandising from 1997?

otto wrote:
-D- wrote:

that first shirt is generic lookin as hell

97. A world dominated by Green Day, Offspring and soft punk, emocore...

Dunno, the Style fits that era, not GNR...

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