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 on: Today at 09:27:06 PM 
Started by GypsySoul - Last post by GypsySoul
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 on: Today at 08:12:09 PM 
Started by DeN - Last post by DeN




Hawkins: OK, this is a funny question, Liam, and this is from me to you, and you can say whatever you want. But this is a fun
question, and it’s a question only I would ask you. My favorite band of all time, probably if I had to pick one, is the Beatles
because they’re just like the Bible to me, you know what I mean? That’s the beginning, you know. That’s everything that came
after. Anyway: Do you like Queen?

Gallagher: Do I like Queen? Uh, not really, no. I mean, I get Freddie Mercury has a great voice and all that, and obviously
they’ve got some great songs. But I do find them a bit Queen-y. [Hawkins laughs] Listen, they’re a top band and obviously
they’ve got great songs, but I dunno, man. Brian May’s guitar sound sounds like he’s got it clogged in his ass.
Hawkins: Poor Brian. I love Brian.

Gallagher: I respect him and all that, but I don’t know, man.

Hawkins: OK, that’s funny. That’s a good one. I like that. OK, next question. What about American bands? What American
bands from the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s?

Gallagher: Guns N’ Roses. I do like, is it Creedence Clearwater Revival? I like them. He’s got a good voice, that John Fogerty.

Hawkins: Oh fuck, dude, we played with him. He’s fucking loud—he’s like you. He’s just fucking loud.

Gallagher: He’s got a good voice. And obviously Hendrix and all that.

Hawkins: What about when all the ’90s shit was going on, and you guys were getting ready to fight your war over there?

Gallagher: I did like Nirvana, and I liked some of the tunes. Who else was out at the time? I wasn’t a big fan of Pearl Jam.
Hawkins: Right.

Gallagher: All the grunge stuff was a bit different for me, I’ll be honest with you. There’s a few bands.

Hawkins: Few songs here and there.

Gallagher: I was kind of caught up in all the old stuff. I was kind of into the Monkees and all that when all that stuff was going down.

Hawkins: Well, it’s like you guys were kind of having your same sort of thing like what was happening in Seattle, in a way. English version.

Gallagher: Exactly. And I like Guns N’ Roses. They’ve got some tunes.

Hawkins: Yeah, they do. And they’re powerful, and they still sound good on the radio today, you know? When you hear fucking
“Welcome To The Jungle” or fucking “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” it’s a classic fucking song. When Oasis came out and all these other
bands came out at the same time, and the critics they love to use this kind of a word to describe one genre, but there’s nothin’ like it.


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 on: Today at 07:43:51 PM 
Started by GypsySoul - Last post by GypsySoul
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 on: Today at 07:11:55 PM 
Started by Classic Case - Last post by Senator Blutarsky
I don't have an issue when an artist talks ( key word TALKS) to the audience about an important issue or something politically related they've got an opinion on.

But when they look down upon some of their fans for not sharing said opinion or tell the audience how they should vote, what they should think, etc I have a real problem with that. GNR has been pretty good about not doing this.

My view is if you're going to take your political advice from a musician, you may as well get medical advice from a real estate agent.

So according to you musicians don't have the expertise to talk about/tell people certain politicians are bad? Does that also not mean a reality star doesn't have the expertise to be president? Same shit right?

Not teally what I was saying, but we've had this debate already.

 5 
 on: Today at 06:24:02 PM 
Started by nateinthehon - Last post by sandman
in philly, the start time was listed as 7:30, on the ticket and posted by the band the day of the show.

lights went down around 7:45 and ISE started around 7:50.

 6 
 on: Today at 05:18:08 PM 
Started by Classic Case - Last post by chineseblues
I don't have an issue when an artist talks ( key word TALKS) to the audience about an important issue or something politically related they've got an opinion on.

But when they look down upon some of their fans for not sharing said opinion or tell the audience how they should vote, what they should think, etc I have a real problem with that. GNR has been pretty good about not doing this.

My view is if you're going to take your political advice from a musician, you may as well get medical advice from a real estate agent.

So according to you musicians don't have the expertise to talk about/tell people certain politicians are bad? Does that also not mean a reality star doesn't have the expertise to be president? Same shit right?

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 on: Today at 03:55:19 PM 
Started by nateinthehon - Last post by Buckeye
In DC, 7 pm ticket time.  No opener to my knowledge.  But I had just got there and was buying a beer at 7:21 when I heard Duff's bass line (thought I'd be good for another 20 minutes or so, but was wrong).

 8 
 on: Today at 03:34:49 PM 
Started by GypsySoul - Last post by GypsySoul



 9 
 on: Today at 02:36:04 PM 
Started by GypsySoul - Last post by jarmo
GN'R at 7:30PM.




/jarmo

 10 
 on: Today at 10:02:34 AM 
Started by Classic Case - Last post by Senator Blutarsky
I don't have an issue when an artist talks ( key word TALKS) to the audience about an important issue or something politically related they've got an opinion on.

But when they look down upon some of their fans for not sharing said opinion or tell the audience how they should vote, what they should think, etc I have a real problem with that. GNR has been pretty good about not doing this.

My view is if you're going to take your political advice from a musician, you may as well get medical advice from a real estate agent.

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