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I agree with @Budd Dwyer, and I always said that around here.

The best sound, timbres and mixes from Guns' short discography are on TSI.

 

The big question is: WHY?


What do you attribute this fact to? producer? studio? moment in time?

 

The unique and indisputable fact is that the guitars and drums on this album sound spectacular and killer.

 

The song recorded by Guns that sounds best of all is probably Ain't It Fun.

 

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2 minutes ago, auad said:

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I agree with @Budd Dwyer, and I always said that around here.

The best sound, timbres and mixes from Guns' short discography are on TSI.

 

The big question is: WHY?


What do you attribute this fact to? producer? studio? moment in time?

 

The unique and indisputable fact is that the guitars and drums on this album sound spectacular and killer.

 

The song recorded by Guns that sounds best of all is probably Ain't It Fun.

 

Discuss.


Slash said he mastered it w/ George Marino 

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If only all the rockers on the UYI albums could have sounded this good.

 

I like most of TSI,

I was listening to alot of old school punk in early 90s, and the Dead Boys song was always one of my favs.

 

Aint It Fun was an obvious choice for GNR,

too bad the single wasn't released during the AFD years, it would have been huge.

 

 

 

TSI should have been a huge win.

 

But the music world, and especially the punk community

no longer took Axl seriously after selling his soul to top 40 radio with the UYIs

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32 minutes ago, RedHook said:

If only all the rockers on the UYI albums could have sounded this good.

 

I like most of TSI,

I was listening to alot of old school punk in early 90s, and the Dead Boys song was always one of my favs.

 

Aint It Fun was an obvious choice for GNR,

too bad the single wasn't released during the AFD years, it would have been huge.

 

 

 

TSI should have been a huge win.

 

But the music world, and especially the punk community

no longer took Axl seriously after selling his soul to top 40 radio with the UYIs


lol 

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16 hours ago, Tremolo said:

TSI? has got to be the most irrelevant album of the 90’s by a big name/ high-profile rock band.

 

Sure, it has its moments, but at the end of the day is just a lame-ass cover album.

Well metallica went down the cover route in 98 with garage days. I personally think TSI should have been done and released between lies and illusions. 

A cover album would be ok if a band has 4 or 5 albums in but not when a band is still yet to record their 3rd full length album.

 

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