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  1. What has ol' gravy biceps brought to the xxxl table of Guns N' Roses in the last 25 years? Thanks for Absurd & Hard Skool but after surviving on just over 15 or so 'new' tracks for 25-30 years I'm a little impatient when it comes to new music. GNR should be making music that will last them the next 15 years and tour that not just endlessly milking the back catalogue that some of us have heard 1000 times. I just wish Axl demanded the band to be knocking out as much material as possible and actually release it in due time.
  2. Gimme Some Gravy in the style of Gimme Shelter.
  3. Notice whatever leaks that's what they release. With some minor changes & reworks. They did 15 years ago with leaks and they did it with the village leaks.
  4. If a new record is already in the can. Then the follow up in 2039 will feature the new written material.
  5. GNR Return To The Road With $50 Million Dollar Haul http://www.msn.com/en-us/music/news/guns-n-e2-80-99-roses-return-to-the-road-with-2450-million-haul/ar-AAPNN5P
  6. Beta needs to be careful when sniffing for demons & bad vibes in venues, safety never takes a holiday...
  8. Removing Bucketheads guitars is a criminal act. Should be hung, drawn and quartered.
  9. If it was rightfully a good song I would give it praise but it sounds so dull. Last Slash album I like was the solo album from 2010, liked a few tracks on that.
  10. Slash is releasing new single 'The Gravy Is Rising' with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators later this week Slash is releasing new single 'The River Is Rising' this week. The Guns N' Roses legend has revealed his new track – which he has recorded with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators – will drop on Friday (22.10.21) and is taken from the group's upcoming album. In a teaser clip for the song on Twitter, Slash said: "This was the first time that we actually did all the guitars, bass and drums live at the same time, and kept all those tracks. And we also did the vocals live as well. "So the record just sounds like the band playing the songs that we came in with, but it’s us playing in the moment. And that’s what we were going for.” And vocalist Myles – who completes the lineup with bassist Todd Kerns, drummer Brent Fitz and guitarist Frank Sidoris – admitted he actually considers the collection to be a "live record" because of how they worked in the studio. He added: "This is pretty much a live record, from my standpoint. You're just trying to kinda document where you are at that point in life, and do it in an authentic way." Meanwhile, Slash recently claimed his upcoming fourth album with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators is the "best" they've done so far. The 56-year-old musician said: "I think the record itself is probably the best one we've done so far. We're showing no signs of slowing down." The LP will be a follow up to 2018's 'Living the Dream', which was Slash's fourth solo album but his third with Myles and the band. In December, Slash was hopeful he would release two albums in 2021 – one with Guns N' Roses and another with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators. He said at the time: "I would like to think that we’d have some new stuff out next year – from both camps, I guess. "It’s hard to say, but I would like to think we’ll have stuff out next year." Guns N' Roses last released a studio album in 2008, when they dropped 'Chinese Democracy'. So guys...will Slash, Myles and The Constipators knock it out the park with the new album or will it be a damp squid like the last one? Its like they try and quickly waffle together whatever ideas they have and its done in short time. http://www.list.co.uk/article/130456-slash-announces-new-single-the-river-is-rising/
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