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 31 
 on: November 27, 2020, 11:30:48 PM 
Started by GypsySoul - Last post by PermissionToLand
Wait til he uses some made up story while justifying an (unnecessary) invasion in the middle east (prob syria). That will be really annoying.

But i actually find them hilarious. Hes like a grandpa. The off the cuff stories are far better than him trying to read words from his helpers on a teleprompter. Devout catholic and he says PALMIST or something. Totally fucking up a simple word, which makes him come off as a phony - a typical lifelong politician who has gotten rich off of us.

Ill take the stupid stories any day over that.

Oh great, the resident Divider in Chief is back.  Roll Eyes

It was so peaceful in here for a while. I thought you were busy protesting democracy?

I guess you couldn't resist a chance to look like a complete hypocrite by criticizing the President-Elect for a rhetorical flub when you support the master of rhetorical flubs. Projection as usual, YAWN.

 32 
 on: November 27, 2020, 11:26:30 PM 
Started by GypsySoul - Last post by PermissionToLand
Er, it's not empathy if you are talking about your life, your family.  It's thinking everybody is like you.  Or asking people to be empathetic towards you.

You were the one who said compassion. That's a synonym for empathy.

Talking about family is relatable and everyone is fundamentally similar in that way. Regardless of what you do for a living or whether you're rich or poor, you can't avoid fate and tragedy like he has dealt with. It's about bringing people together by focusing on our similarities instead of driving each other apart. That's been the theme of his campaign from day one, and the stated reason he sought the presidency.

 33 
 on: November 27, 2020, 11:21:12 PM 
Started by Spirit - Last post by PermissionToLand
Axl doesn't sound great the extensive reunion tour and doing the AC⚡DC tour took it's toll on his voice i do hope they release a live show on DVD/CD from 2016 as they were firing on all cylinders in that year .https://youtu.be/FrKvX02AjcE

I agree that any DVD should be from 2016, but for being at the tail end of a 3 year long tour here, he sounds pretty damn good. Nightrain especially.

I've not been a huge fan of Slash's tone since they reunited. The Jubilee Rig he runs sounds much weaker than when he played the AFD Heads in SFMK, also he sounds super thin next to Richard who running an insane boutique setup that just rings.

Ever since he started touring with Myles in 2010, he's been using less gain and it's just not right for the heaviness of the material he plays and the sustain needed. The Slash album was the last time I really thought he had good tone. The latest one with Myles practically sounds like chicken pickin' country at times, it's so clean. A very weird choice as he went noticeably heavier in terms of material with the World on Fire album.

 34 
 on: November 27, 2020, 10:47:23 PM 
Started by Spirit - Last post by Bridge
Going to record stores, browsing, finding that one album you were looking for, getting to listen to is, reading the booklet.... Smiley

This is something kids of this generation don't understand.  The actual act of going to the record stores was a big part of the fun buying a new album.

Record stores were magical places was I when growing up.  I would spend hours just looking around and listening to things.  My local mall once had 3 or 4 music stores within its walls, now you have to scour the earth just to find one music store.

I prefer vinyl, and I like cassettes too, because it forced you to listen
to the whole thing............tape was fragile.

Vinyl offered better artwork for sure, but once I started buying CDs, I never went back.  Reminiscing on vinyl now, I can't stand the sound of white noise.  I have to have the clean CD audio.

My cassettes would inevitably break no longer how I played them; a big cassette desk, a walkman, car cassette player, etc, and I often had to buy the same album repeatedly because of this.  Also, I always HATED having to constantly rewind back and forth to play my favorites songs.

 35 
 on: November 27, 2020, 07:21:37 PM 
Started by Spirit - Last post by rizzo160
Axls voice was not bad, I thought it sounded good on Nightrain. People need to be less critical, he is almost 60 years old. Good to see Guns performing. beer

 36 
 on: November 27, 2020, 07:07:18 PM 
Started by Spirit - Last post by (t)

of course it was boring to select a particular track, and the magnetic
tape was fragile.  hihi


Not only are cassettes fragile, but they're a pain in the ass to make copies of.. so you usually don't bother. Then the original eventually breaks and you're screwed. With CDs it's super easy to digitize and burn multiple copies. You're also not losing sound quality between copies as you would with cassettes.

 37 
 on: November 27, 2020, 04:33:14 PM 
Started by Spirit - Last post by C0ma
Band was really tight on Civil War.

Richard sounded great on every song. It's nice to have him up high in the mix like this because he has great tone and obviously rhythm guitar is important. That little vibrato bit he did on Wichita sounded killer.

Still baffled why Slash doesn't use more gain though. He's picking long bends twice on Estranged because the note decays too soon.

I've not been a huge fan of Slash's tone since they reunited. The Jubilee Rig he runs sounds much weaker than when he played the AFD Heads in SFMK, also he sounds super thin next to Richard who running an insane boutique setup that just rings.

 38 
 on: November 27, 2020, 04:10:52 PM 
Started by Spirit - Last post by DeN


CDs are kind of lame, when you think about it.

artwork is small, the material is cheap, it can be easily damaged
as anything who came before, and it's kind of ugly if you compare
it to vinyl records.

I prefer vinyl, and I like cassettes too, because it forced you to listen
to the whole thing, in order, face A then B, as the artist intended you to.

of course it was boring to select a particular track, and the magnetic
tape was fragile.  hihi






 39 
 on: November 27, 2020, 01:33:02 PM 
Started by Spirit - Last post by COMAMOTIVE
 
Right now Id buy a frickin dog turd if it contained new gnr tunes

 hihi hihi hihi

 40 
 on: November 27, 2020, 01:28:49 PM 
Started by Spirit - Last post by Stardust
Right now Id buy a frickin dog turd if it contained new gnr tunes

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