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  1. Complex issue. I will give a simple opinion, for a broad understanding. it's our fault, not the fat man's. yes, ours. GNR ended in 93. We, insistently, made Axl believe that he would still be able to compose great songs and that he "is" the GNR. The media had its share of blame for making the fat man believe that the public still cared about Guns. When, in 2008, we aimed a velvet revolver at his head and forced the fat man to release the epic "Chinese Democracy", a mediocre collection of songs. Therefore, the legacy could have been left intac
  2. Now that we have Bill's podcast, GNR can stick this "new cd" in the ass. we have something more interesting to hear!

    1. John Bonham

      John Bonham


      —Dale Gribble

  3. During an appearance on Scars & Guitars, former Guns N' Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke looked back on his appearance in Michael Jackson's "Give in to Me" video. The video was shot in June 1992, two days before the beginning of Jackson's "Dangerous" world tour. Apart from Slash and Gilby, the clip featured keyboardist Teddy "Zig Zag" Andreadis, Living Colour bassist Muzz Skillings, and drummer Tony Thompson. Clarke commented: "We [Slash, Teddy, and Gilby] were on tour with Guns in Europe, and Michael was in Europe, and he said, 'We're gonna do the video for it.' So he ca
  4. It's not so easy to rank Guns N' Roses songs. The majority of "the most dangerous band in the world"'s catalog can be split into two camps: the lean, mean hard rockers that populated their meteoric debut album, Appetite for Destruction, and the progressive, genre-bending opuses that defined their twin Use Your Illusion I and II releases. (You can make a third category for baffling industrial metal misfires like "My World," but it's better for everyone if you don't.) Guns N' Roses racked up several massive hits
  5. Hey fuckers! Miss U All! I had symptoms of withdrawal syndrome when our forum was canceled. Soon some of you found me on Twiiter. I got calmer. Hours ago I noticed the return of the rebel forum, and saw the light, as you can see below: So, the subject of today is... Mr. Clarke talking about his time in the band that time will forget. During an appearance on Hangin' & Bangin', Gilby Clarke looked back on his 1991-1994 tenure as the guitarist of Guns N' Roses. A part of the conversation is availa
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    If you think about it ... our GNFNR community is really amazing!


    Since the band doesn’t release materials, we do our own thing and get and leak materials.


    I had said in January that there would be a lot of leaks this year, and it is happening! Gordon has just released another batch of remixes.

    Let's move the 2021 leaks thread!


    There is more to come.



  7. The remix album is phenomenal. the best GNR-related thing we've had in years. All the songs sound better and more interesting than the 2008 album. And the leaks don't stop! I plan on sharing this with you guys later ... if you want...off course 😜
  8. I'm thinking of sharing with you something special ... chinese remixed ... all songs.

    do you want?

    1. Bill Brasky

      Bill Brasky

      Yes of course 

    2. Pappa FAT

      Pappa FAT

      auaud is the god we dont deserve

  9. When Guns N’ Roses assembled members of their classic lineup in April 2016 for a small club show in Hollywood, they knew it would be a big deal. What they didn’t realize was just how momentous the ensuing reunion tour would be. That April 1 gig at the Troubadour launched Guns N' Roses' Not in This Lifetime … Tour, a trek so named because of a quote from frontman Axl Rose. Just four years earlier, he shot down the notion of Guns N’ Roses’ classic lineup – also including Slash and Duff McKagan – ever sharing the stage again. Yet, there they were, ready for an undertaking that rock fa
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