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zombux
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zombux wrote:
dalethirsty wrote:

huge deluxe editions for use your illusion and chinese democracy

I'd probably piss myself hard. twice. that would be amazing, no matter how big money grab would that be (I'd not pay for it anyway, LOL)

tejastech08
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tejastech08 wrote:
Dadud wrote:

Ho-lee-fuk thats a pricy box (1000USD). oh well. we got a new video on youtube for Shadow Of Your Love

https://gnrmerch.com/collections/appeti … ed-edition

Not only does the guitar work sound brand new, I think those are new vocals. I prefer the old demos, but this version still kicks butt and I'm glad the 95% of GN'R casual fans out there will get to hear this song instead of it being in the dust bin as an outtake forever.

monkeychow
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monkeychow wrote:

It's hard to know about the vocals....they sound like 80s Axl - but then it's not the take used in the LALD single B-side...and I don't think it's the take re-mixed by Gilby Clarke either...but there's a few other boots of the song around so it could be one of the others cleaned up.

Gong
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Gong wrote:
tejastech08 wrote:
Dadud wrote:

Ho-lee-fuk thats a pricy box (1000USD). oh well. we got a new video on youtube for Shadow Of Your Love

https://gnrmerch.com/collections/appeti … ed-edition

Not only does the guitar work sound brand new, I think those are new vocals.

LOL. Are you high?
Axl's vocals sound AMAZING. They are from the '80s

A Private Eye
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I’d love a studio take of Nightrain without the fade out like the live version. Not sure if that’s an option but it’d be great if it exists.

Always loved the NR demo so glad that’s being made available. I’ve wondered if the really early version of NR ‘Sweet Lorraine’ ever existed as a studio take. Always wondered how that sounded.

I’d be stunned if those vocals are from recently on SOYL. Gotta be 80’s vocals right?

apex-twin
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apex-twin wrote:

CA: A lot of fans were hoping for a 25th anniversary re-issue of Appetite - was that ever on the cards?

Axl: I wouldn't mind re-mastering it sometime.

CA: Is there anything left in the vaults from the Appetite sessions that could see the light of day?

Axl: Not that I'm aware of but it's worth a look. There aren't any new or different songs but maybe a couple versions of things that we felt didn't quite make the grade, although most of that made it out as bootlegs back in the day.

-src


Here's the whole of the track listing, taken from the big box.

CD 1 – APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION: REMASTERED

    Welcome To The Jungle
    It's So Easy
    Nightrain
    Out Ta Get Me
    Mr. Brownstone
    Paradise City
    My Michelle
    Think About You
    Sweet Child O' Mine
    You're Crazy
    Anything Goes
    Rocket Queen

Produced by Mike Clink

Mixed by Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero

CD 2 – B-SIDES N’ EPS: REMASTERED

    Reckless Life
    Nice Boys
    Move To The City (Live)
    Mama Kin
    Shadow Of Your Love (Live)
    You’re Crazy (Acoustic Version)
    Patience
    Used To Love Her
    You’re Crazy
    It’s So Easy (Live)
    Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door (Live)
    Whole Lotta Rosie (Live)

CD 3 – 1986 SOUND CITY SESSION

All Previously Unreleased

    Welcome To The Jungle (1986 Sound City Session)
    Nightrain (1986 Sound City Session)
    Out Ta Get Me (1986 Sound City Session)
    Paradise City (1986 Sound City Session)
    My Michelle (1986 Sound City Session)
    Think About You (1986 Sound City Session)
    You’re Crazy (1986 Sound City Session)
    Anything Goes (1986 Sound City Session)
    Rocket Queen (1986 Sound City Session)
    Shadow Of Your Love (1986 Sound City Session)
    Heartbreak Hotel (1986 Sound City Session)
    Jumpin’ Jack Flash (1986 Sound City Session)

CD 4 – 1986 SOUND CITY SESSION N’ MORE

All Previously Unreleased

    Shadow Of Your Love
    Move To The City (1986 Sound City Session)
    Ain’t Goin’ Down No More (Instrumental Version – 1986 Sound City Session)
    The Plague (1986 Sound City Session)
    Nice Boys (1986 Sound City Session)
    Back Off Bitch (1986 Sound City Session)
    Reckless Life (1986 Sound City Session)
    Mama Kin (1986 Sound City Session)
    New Work Tune (1986 Sound City Session)
    November Rain (Piano Version – 1986 Sound City Session))
    Move To The City (Acoustic Version – 1986 Sound City Session)
    You’re Crazy (Acoustic Version – 1986 Sound City Session)
    November Rain (Acoustic Version – 1986 Sound City Session)
    Jumpin’ Jack Flash (Acoustic Version – 1986 Sound City Session)
    Move To The City (1988 Acoustic Version)

DISC 5 – BLU-RAY AUDIO

96kHz 24-bit 5.1 Surround Sound & Remastered Stereo

5.1 Surround Sound mixed by *Elliot Scheiner and **Frank Filipetti

All Previously Unreleased

APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION*

    Welcome To The Jungle
    It's So Easy
    Nightrain
    Out Ta Get Me
    Mr. Brownstone
    Paradise City
    My Michelle
    Think About You
    Sweet Child O' Mine
    You're Crazy
    Anything Goes
    Rocket Queen

Produced by Mike Clink

Stereo mixed by Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero

BONUS TRACKS

    Shadow Of Your Love**
    Patience*
    Used To Love Her**
    You’re Crazy**
    Move To The City (1988 Acoustic Version)**

MUSIC VIDEOS*

    Welcome To The Jungle
    Sweet Child O’Mine
    Paradise City
    Patience
    It’s So Easy – BRAND NEW VIDEO FROM 1989

Re: GNR.FM | Destruction Is Coming

imsorry wrote:

Chris Lord-Alge is behind the table thats why it sounds great hopefully everything on this release is under his belt.

metallex78
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metallex78 wrote:

I’m most curious about The Plague and New Work Tune

dalethirsty
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Re: GNR.FM | Destruction Is Coming

dalethirsty wrote:
metallex78 wrote:

I’m most curious about The Plague and New Work Tune

do we know anything about either of these songs?

i don't think i've ever even heard new work tune mentioned before.

probably just a blues jam or something?

elevendayempire
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A Private Eye wrote:

I’d be stunned if those vocals are from recently on SOYL. Gotta be 80’s vocals right?

I feel like re-recording a song that didn't make the cut back in the day would be an enormous waste of time – not least because the whole point of the exercise is to present a time capsule of GN'R in '85 – '87.

That said, these big box-set projects aren't above remixing and assembling "new" material from the old demos – take a look at this Queen cut from the recent News of the World box set, which mashes up Freddie Mercury's demo vocals with the Brian May album cut:

But it's important for the sake of authenticity that all of the elements in that mix are from the original recordings.

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