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 on: Today at 01:23:22 PM 
Started by izzyjim - Last post by reayj2003
So who is playing on this? It doesnít sound like a demo.

Has it been worked on??

 on: Today at 12:55:50 PM 
Started by izzyjim - Last post by HBK

 on: Today at 06:54:25 AM 
Started by izzyjim - Last post by izzyjim
Cool video, footage from the recent tour, audio is studio version

 on: Today at 06:47:49 AM 
Started by izzyjim - Last post by izzyjim
Streaming at spotify, from the upcoming release

 on: Today at 03:00:24 AM 
Started by allwaystired - Last post by GnRScouse
Sky Arts in UK are showing 2 highlights shows next Friday 29th and Saturday night 9pm till 12. The details donít mention GnR though so no idea if theyíll show anything. Reckon maybe a couple of songs.

 on: Today at 01:17:14 AM 
Started by allwaystired - Last post by PermissionToLand
Still no broadcast? Huh

 on: Today at 01:14:51 AM 
Started by heelaxl - Last post by PermissionToLand
They say he "wouldn't take photos" which comes off bad, but really he was just trying not to take attention away from Grace's band...

 on: Today at 01:09:33 AM 
Started by GypsySoul - Last post by PermissionToLand
Even Velvet Revolver's "Slither" which I guess he plays as a quid-pro-quo for making Slash play "Sorry" and its venomous lyrics obviously geared towards him...

Actually, Sorry is a very generalized song, as Axl said "For me, itís for anyone talking nonsense at mine and the publicís expense, and that many of those as well as the public donít know who to believe."

 on: Today at 01:02:22 AM 
Started by GypsySoul - Last post by PermissionToLand
I love Sorry, and it's nice that Axl got the tempo mostly right for once, but as usual, Slash's solo is totally improvised and directionless.

I was hoping he would only improve over the course of the tour, like during UYI, but it doesn't seem to be the case and now I'm worried any new material would reflect that attitude which became evident in him around 2014. World on Fire was basically a half-written album. He had some great ideas but they were not considered enough to be fully realized songs. And all of his solos were basically first-take improvisations according to him. Sorry for the digression, but this video from 2006 of him apparently drunk at a Les Paul tribute really reminded me how much more fluid and melodic even his improvising was back then:

Where did that groove go? He goes off-key a few times, but I'll take this feeling over a sterile but technically good solo like on Sorry.
i think lukather ruined him. I ve always seen slash as a new gary moore, but i think that vibe has gone

Is that who he was taking lessons from? Why the fuck he would think he needed to learn anything from that guy is beyond me.

Honestly, that is the reason I didn't buy any tickets for this tour and decided against the new tour with Myles, even for $45. He's just completely lost the groove and soul that MADE him Slash.

 on: Today at 12:54:45 AM 
Started by PermissionToLand - Last post by PermissionToLand

sounds pretty generic to me

will listen to this attentively because I want to know what is better than making a GNR record.

Yeah, hate to say it, but it does sound like leftovers from World On Fire, which was underwhelming. I can only hope this means he's keeping the best ideas for Guns.

After all, he was writing this before Guns got back together. It sounds like they just finished off what they had already. I mean, within the time they recorded it there's no way they rewrote much, if anything at all.

Myles said "It's 12 songs, and there aren't a lot of epic journeys. We had more of the epic side of things on the 'World of Fire' record; these are very concise, and there's an uptempo quality to a lot of the tracks that I think bode well for this band."

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