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« Reply #7880 on: June 28, 2020, 02:37:13 PM »

I tried to tell everyone the last time he mentioned recording that it didn't necessarily mean they were in the studio tracking an album...

Yeah, it does sound like we're very very far away from anything when the words 'demo' and 'jamming' are thrown around.
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« Reply #7881 on: June 28, 2020, 04:21:44 PM »

Yeah, it does sound like we're very very far away from anything when the words 'demo' and 'jamming' are thrown around.

Sure. If you assume they haven't done anything until now. Or that the things they have done previously have now been discarded.

On the other hand, maybe they're just taking advantage of this down time from touring.





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« Reply #7882 on: June 28, 2020, 04:54:57 PM »

Yeah, it does sound like we're very very far away from anything when the words 'demo' and 'jamming' are thrown around.

Sure. If you assume they haven't done anything until now. Or that the things they have done previously have now been discarded.

On the other hand, maybe they're just taking advantage of this down time from touring.





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True- I'm being cynical. But I've also learned not to get too excited about things unless they're confirmed in an official capacity.

I remain hopeful.
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« Reply #7883 on: June 28, 2020, 05:55:32 PM »

They're working on stuff. That's good enough.





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« Reply #7884 on: June 28, 2020, 07:10:01 PM »

Do you think Jarmo that GNR will release an album in November, when the tour starts. beer
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« Reply #7885 on: June 29, 2020, 05:43:17 AM »

Do you think Jarmo that GNR will release an album in November, when the tour starts. beer

November 23, like 3 of their 4 latest releases. Keep up the tradition!
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« Reply #7886 on: June 29, 2020, 09:36:24 AM »

Do you think Jarmo that GNR will release an album in November, when the tour starts. beer

I still believe something could be released this year.

It all depends on whether or not the new music would be released in time for a major tour, or not.

For example, if the major touring is planned for 2021, maybe it makes sense to release an album then. But that doesn't mean they couldn't release something in 2020 as well. Kinda like what they did in 1990 and 1991....



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« Reply #7887 on: June 29, 2020, 10:32:59 AM »

Do you think Jarmo that GNR will release an album in November, when the tour starts. beer

I still believe something could be released this year.

It all depends on whether or not the new music would be released in time for a major tour, or not.

For example, if the major touring is planned for 2021, maybe it makes sense to release an album then. But that doesn't mean they couldn't release something in 2020 as well. Kinda like what they did in 1990 and 1991....



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What about if touring resumes in 2021 and nothing comes then though? That risks seriously alienating so much of the fanbase, based on some of the comments we've been hearing about new material in relation to the coronavirus. The backlash will be massive if nothing comes now and the tour turns into an extension of NITL in all but name.
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« Reply #7888 on: June 29, 2020, 11:49:00 AM »

Do you think Jarmo that GNR will release an album in November, when the tour starts. beer

I still believe something could be released this year.

It all depends on whether or not the new music would be released in time for a major tour, or not.

For example, if the major touring is planned for 2021, maybe it makes sense to release an album then. But that doesn't mean they couldn't release something in 2020 as well. Kinda like what they did in 1990 and 1991....



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What about if touring resumes in 2021 and nothing comes then though? That risks seriously alienating so much of the fanbase, based on some of the comments we've been hearing about new material in relation to the coronavirus. The backlash will be massive if nothing comes now and the tour turns into an extension of NITL in all but name.


That risks seriously alienating so much of the fanbase

Translation: That risks seriously pissing us (the messageboard posters) off.

People who attend concerts go for the concert.
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« Reply #7889 on: June 29, 2020, 12:06:52 PM »

What about if touring resumes in 2021 and nothing comes then though? That risks seriously alienating so much of the fanbase, based on some of the comments we've been hearing about new material in relation to the coronavirus. The backlash will be massive if nothing comes now and the tour turns into an extension of NITL in all but name.

You're assuming all fans are the same.

I mean, in case you haven't noticed already, we're not all the same because we like the same band.

True, most of us would love some new music from our favorite band.

But many fans aren't exactly gonna act out if they don't release new music in a fashion that fits these fans' timetables. Others will get upset.
Then there's those who'll get upset about something no matter what. If it's not new music, it's the set list, or the length of a tour or whatever.

And then all the rest who just go to concerts to hear the songs they love and don't spend a lot of time thinking about new music, or what's posted on the Internet... Smiley



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« Reply #7890 on: June 29, 2020, 12:42:55 PM »

What about if touring resumes in 2021 and nothing comes then though? That risks seriously alienating so much of the fanbase, based on some of the comments we've been hearing about new material in relation to the coronavirus. The backlash will be massive if nothing comes now and the tour turns into an extension of NITL in all but name.

You're assuming all fans are the same.

I mean, in case you haven't noticed already, we're not all the same because we like the same band.

True, most of us would love some new music from our favorite band.

But many fans aren't exactly gonna act out if they don't release new music in a fashion that fits these fans' timetables. Others will get upset.
Then there's those who'll get upset about something no matter what. If it's not new music, it's the set list, or the length of a tour or whatever.

And then all the rest who just go to concerts to hear the songs they love and don't spend a lot of time thinking about new music, or what's posted on the Internet... Smiley



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I'm of the view though that the latter have (for want of a better term) 'scratched the GNR itch' or 'ticked the GNR box' now. I can't see too many people paying to see the same show a third or fourth time really.

I don't know - I just feel like this is a very pivotal time for the band now. I hope they run with things!
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« Reply #7891 on: June 29, 2020, 02:44:41 PM »

I'm of the view though that the latter have (for want of a better term) 'scratched the GNR itch' or 'ticked the GNR box' now. I can't see too many people paying to see the same show a third or fourth time really.

"The same show"?

Either you're assuming that the show will stay the same until they release new music (and that will have a drastic effect on it), and/or you assume the band are incapable of changing the show.





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« Reply #7892 on: June 29, 2020, 02:56:24 PM »

What about if touring resumes in 2021 and nothing comes then though? That risks seriously alienating so much of the fanbase, based on some of the comments we've been hearing about new material in relation to the coronavirus. The backlash will be massive if nothing comes now and the tour turns into an extension of NITL in all but name.

You're assuming all fans are the same.

I mean, in case you haven't noticed already, we're not all the same because we like the same band.

True, most of us would love some new music from our favorite band.

But many fans aren't exactly gonna act out if they don't release new music in a fashion that fits these fans' timetables. Others will get upset.
Then there's those who'll get upset about something no matter what. If it's not new music, it's the set list, or the length of a tour or whatever.

And then all the rest who just go to concerts to hear the songs they love and don't spend a lot of time thinking about new music, or what's posted on the Internet... Smiley



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I'm of the view though that the latter have (for want of a better term) 'scratched the GNR itch' or 'ticked the GNR box' now. I can't see too many people paying to see the same show a third or fourth time really.

I don't know - I just feel like this is a very pivotal time for the band now. I hope they run with things!

I think they'd be fine either way. But they did say the last tour was over, and there is alot pointing to a new tour in support of another album.

I wouldn't go worrying yourself too much. If nothing else, the lockdown will bring forth more new material than ever. There are really no negatives, apart from having to wait
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« Reply #7893 on: June 29, 2020, 03:05:14 PM »

I'm of the view though that the latter have (for want of a better term) 'scratched the GNR itch' or 'ticked the GNR box' now. I can't see too many people paying to see the same show a third or fourth time really.

"The same show"?

Either you're assuming that the show will stay the same until they release new music (and that will have a drastic effect on it), and/or you assume the band are incapable of changing the show.





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I am kind of assuming the show will stay the same yeah, mainly because of the one show in Mexico they DID do (which was broadly the same as NITL).

Time will tell on that one though I guess. I'm hopeful. 


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« Reply #7894 on: June 29, 2020, 03:06:10 PM »

What about if touring resumes in 2021 and nothing comes then though? That risks seriously alienating so much of the fanbase, based on some of the comments we've been hearing about new material in relation to the coronavirus. The backlash will be massive if nothing comes now and the tour turns into an extension of NITL in all but name.

You're assuming all fans are the same.

I mean, in case you haven't noticed already, we're not all the same because we like the same band.

True, most of us would love some new music from our favorite band.

But many fans aren't exactly gonna act out if they don't release new music in a fashion that fits these fans' timetables. Others will get upset.
Then there's those who'll get upset about something no matter what. If it's not new music, it's the set list, or the length of a tour or whatever.

And then all the rest who just go to concerts to hear the songs they love and don't spend a lot of time thinking about new music, or what's posted on the Internet... Smiley



/jarmo



I'm of the view though that the latter have (for want of a better term) 'scratched the GNR itch' or 'ticked the GNR box' now. I can't see too many people paying to see the same show a third or fourth time really.

I don't know - I just feel like this is a very pivotal time for the band now. I hope they run with things!

I think they'd be fine either way. But they did say the last tour was over, and there is alot pointing to a new tour in support of another album.

I wouldn't go worrying yourself too much. If nothing else, the lockdown will bring forth more new material than ever. There are really no negatives, apart from having to wait

That's my main point really - if nothing at all changes after this, it's not going to sit well with a lot of people.
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« Reply #7895 on: June 29, 2020, 05:58:00 PM »

I am kind of assuming the show will stay the same yeah, mainly because of the one show in Mexico they DID do (which was broadly the same as NITL).

So a show on one leg of the tour, that turned out to be the only show, is what you base your assumption on.

Ok....


Oddly enough, that show doesn't represent what the rest of that tour was supposed to be like..... 




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« Reply #7896 on: June 29, 2020, 06:21:45 PM »

I am kind of assuming the show will stay the same yeah, mainly because of the one show in Mexico they DID do (which was broadly the same as NITL).

So a show on one leg of the tour, that turned out to be the only show, is what you base your assumption on.

Ok....


Oddly enough, that show doesn't represent what the rest of that tour was supposed to be like..... 




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Yep, it really is just that.

I mean I'd like to hope it doesn't represent what the rest of the tour was supposed to be like for sure.

But on the other hand, I did book my tickets for the tour fully expecting it to be the same setlist as NITL, and that any difference would be a happy bonus. I understand though that people had other expectations.....perhaps as a result they may be disappointed? What happens if the setlist remains the same  and new material isn't featured?

That's my point here. It seems to be becoming taken for granted that both those things (new setlist and new music) are happening, and might it not be better to think they're not.....then possibly be pleasantly surprised?



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« Reply #7897 on: June 29, 2020, 09:26:12 PM »

Summer of 2021, I'll be sitting at MetLife Stadium watching my favorite all time band play for the 7th time with a beer in my hand. As this year has proven anything can happen in life. No one would have thought that a pandemic would happen and stop life as we know it. Beginning of this year, I had 4 concerts to go to this summer. Rather than going to those concerts, I'll be heading for hernia surgery. It'll be my 19th surgery in my lifetime since I was born with  a disability.

Point is rather than complaining whether GNR comes out with a new album, enjoy it next year when they are on tour. You never know what can happen to them or yourself at any given time.
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« Reply #7898 on: June 29, 2020, 09:29:38 PM »

I hope they release a new album this year or next, in that GNR members are all getting older. Nothing last forever, especially time wasted. beer
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« Reply #7899 on: June 30, 2020, 06:28:27 AM »

I mean I'd like to hope it doesn't represent what the rest of the tour was supposed to be like for sure.

But on the other hand, I did book my tickets for the tour fully expecting it to be the same setlist as NITL, and that any difference would be a happy bonus. I understand though that people had other expectations.....perhaps as a result they may be disappointed? What happens if the setlist remains the same  and new material isn't featured?

That's my point here. It seems to be becoming taken for granted that both those things (new setlist and new music) are happening, and might it not be better to think they're not.....then possibly be pleasantly surprised?



If you wanna use the Mexico City show as some kind of guideline on what a show in July 2020 would have looked like, compared to July 2016, you would've noticed some differences already. Slither, You're Crazy, Dead Horse and So Fine were not played on the 2016 or 2017 tours.

Four different songs.

Now, the new music...... I could be wrong, but some seem to assume that once there's new music out, the set list will suddenly be filled with new song titles. Is that a reasonable assumption?






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