#1 Re: The Garden » NFL 2021-22 Season » 2 weeks ago
The Bears are officially on the downward spiral.
This division is going to be a shit show this season. It may be a repeat of the NFC East last season where every team has a losing season but one gets into the playoffs by default.
I don't think the Packers or Vikings will have a losing season. Lions don't look terrible either, just cursed
#3 Re: Guns N' Roses » When’s Hard Skool? » 4 weeks ago
#4 Re: The Garden » NFL 2021-22 Season » 4 weeks ago
Aaron Rodgers looking silly after that atrocious game last Sunday. It's only one game but goddamn it was a bad look. That Monday night game was incredible. I wanna know who the fuckin dummies at ESPN are that thought it was a good idea to put the Peyton and Eli broadcast on ESPN 2.
#7 Re: Guns N' Roses » What's this?!? » 103 weeks ago
It even says studio demos. The hey you is probably something like sentimental movie or cats and craddle.
Yeah...first I almost scrambled my brain trying to think of ANY gnr song mentioning that and obviously came up empty.
As far as Cats in the Cradle, the whole limewire/kazaa/Napster thing did cross my mind.
An obscure band has a song that can be labeled new GNR by someone...so it is.
Here's a great example of a song labeled GNR-Anybody-Chinese Democracy on Limewire in 2001-02.
Or someone young may have heard Pink Floyd's Hey You out of context and labeled it GNR.
I'm surprised this flew under the radar back then.
The whole limewire mislabeled song titles had run it's course by then so it's interesting to see some actually make it to disc.
I remember someone trying to pass a song from the Sonic Adventrue OST as unreleased GNR.
#8 Re: Guns N' Roses » Rough Mixes Disc 3 » 107 weeks ago
7 - Hardschool nu Ax
I like this version better than the ones we've heard before. Like the added parts (a guitar here and there, little piano, cleaner vocals). My grudge with the song continues, as it is too dated on the "too hardschool!!" parts, seems to try too hard to be... hard?
umm... wut? I thought there was only one HS existing, at least the disc tracklists only mention one. there were more? interesting! I want to know more.
I think it's just better quality so the instrumentation is clearer.