#1 Re: Guns N' Roses » The General and Monsters » 3 weeks ago
#2 Re: Guns N' Roses » The General confirmed next » 5 weeks ago
Blackstar wrote:Shacklermyrye wrote:
So I may have been right about the "Monsters call me Monsters coming" line
Wow. I guess we'll find out soon.
I wonder if either MARC HAGGARD or STEVE FREEMAN are actually Extracked. Or however you spell his name. He's the DJ Brain & Bucket used to work with. Brain has mentioned in the past he was working with him for idea's on seven or something.
Looks like you're right on the money! Check his real name on the profile
#3 Re: Guns N' Roses » Sean Beavan Interview on the album (includes tibits on Bryan May) » 94 weeks ago
I find it hard to believe that Beavan wasn't around for HS and Absurd, he probably just doesn't remember them. The track labeled "Old Beavan Mix" on the TWAT New Brain Drums disc is identical to the one on RM1 dated 10/12/00. Silkworms on RM1 is dated only one month later on 11/07/00, while HS on RM3 is dated 11/08/00. Even if Beavan left between the mixing date of RM1 TWAT and RM1 Silkworms, one month is hardly enough time for both Silkworms and HS to be written and have rough mixes prepared.
Adding to that, Beavan says he was still working with the band when Brain joined on. While nothing is confirmed, the drums on the locker versions of both tracks sound very much like Josh, which would mean the songs pre-date Beavan leaving. We can't forget that Josh has a writing credit on Hard Skool too.
Madagascar Old Josh Drums from the New Brain Drums disc is also identical to the version on RM1, dated 11/05/00. This makes it even more plausible for Josh to be the drummer on Silkworms and HS, dated only a few days later.
In my opinion, every song from RM1-4 was mixed by Beavan with Josh on drums, but we don't have enough info to confirm or deny that...
I was looking for various clips of soundchecks/rehearsals. Was browsing through Reddit as well.....
They soundchecked Down on the Street in Fargo?!?
Why isn't that breaking news?
That's bigger news than Hardschool being added to the setlist. It means unreleased tracks from the UYI sessions are in play.
Personally, I don’t think Down on the Street being soundchecked means anything for the UYI sessions.
It’s just another Duff cover. The only difference between it and I Wanna Be Your Dog is an aborted recording for a cover album 30 years ago.
I would love to be wrong, maybe they did resurrect the backing track from the UYI sessions. Regardless, I do think it would be cool if they played it live!
Axl S wrote:
Well, looks like it's a good show but nothing eventful on the cards. Thanks for keeping us up to date!
Hope they keep the good performance up for you
A friend thinks they had Oh My God lyrics on the AFD cross video board during YCBM. Can you guys compare to other shows?
From NJ, skip to 0:45.
It looks like your friend is correct, I see "thinking", "trade-off", "liars", and "veins". I wonder what this means?
Edit: The graphic was there for the two 2020 shows as well.