#1 Re: The Garden » Current Events Thread » 3 weeks ago
I'm not trying to do anything. You don't care that children are being sex trafficked either way. You're okay with it as long as people can continue to break into the country.
I don't think you care either. I think people that are as polarized politically as you and mitch are, will grasp on to whatever "cause" as long as it supports the "R" or "D" talking point you subscribe to.
Both versions are average. I do like the pop Slash brings but bass drum combo of the original is better throughout the whole song than Frank Duff combo. Duff’s intro is a nice it’s so easy/right next door to hell thing but after that the bottom end is weak
I was thinking in the vein of RNDTH. One of my favorite GN'R tracks.
Sky Dog wrote:
No. He was the live drummer for NIN and was the drummer on The Replacements reunion tour. He does it all.
I still watch these rehearsals a few times a year or so.....
Definitely one of my personal favorite NIN songs. This particular studio/touring lineup rocked.
#4 Re: Guns N' Roses » Hard School Physical Release » 7 weeks ago
#5 Re: Guns N' Roses » The Early Recording Process of CD? (With spoilers from Slash's Book) » 9 weeks ago
Yes, I really agree with that, George.
Maybe, Hard Skool is just a melody from all those years, who knows.
I still can't believe that was released.
I remember the freakin' snippet back in 2006. And DJ Razz saying "Fuck you"!
Ugh, ban this list making clown. I would rather this person create a new, equally as boring username, and bombard us with 707 week old thread revivals and bullshit song titles, than to read another post attributed Cerulean wind. Triggered.
#8 Re: The Garden » The Wrestling thread » 9 weeks ago
#9 Re: Guns N' Roses » GN'R 2021 Tour Thread » 11 weeks ago
Sky Dog wrote:
Madagascar has a ton of symbolism in the lyrics. It’s a classic Axl song which is easy for him to sing. It’s a no brainer that it is in the setlist. The songs I could do without are Better and Slither.
Better's kinda had its day now that the novelty of seeing Slash and Duff perform it has worn off. I'd swap it out for I.R.S. if it were me in charge of the setlist.
I'd keep Slither if Axl would LEARN HOW TO SING THE FIRST FUCKING VERSE and stop doing the high vocal line in the chorus. Failing that, swap it out for another VR song, it'd be nice to have a bit of variety on that score. Fall To Pieces would be nice, but they have more than enough ballads in the set. Set Me Free, maybe?
Even if he made his laziest attempt, "set me free" would be a mark out moment for me.