"The Spaghetti Incident?"

Set lists and a little bit of Rock

Sunday, 24 June 2007

How dub is this?

so GNR fever is hitting Australia and we get this bullshit:

Of a GNR fan...

"He travelled to Thailand to get a pirated version of the new, as yet unreleased, Gunner's album, Chinese Democracy, which Rose has been working on for more than 10 years"

How the fuck can you get a pirated version of something that hasn't been released? Clearly it would just be a makeup with the songs that are flying round Limewire.


Wednesday, 20 June 2007

Ohhh he can get the higghhhh notes

Its a lame write up but at least its something... reformed my ass...

From Stuff.co.nz

After nearly 15 years, American hard rock band Guns N' Roses will return to the stage in New Zealand next week.

The reformed group has already played three sell-out shows in Australia, and extended their three-date New Zealand tour to include a gig in Christchurch as well as Auckland.

Over 15,000 fans packed a sold-out Burswood Dome in Perth last week to see the first show of Guns N' Roses' 2007 run through Australia. And according to reports, Aussie fans positively lapped up the GNR's exuberant production with deafening cheers and rave reviews.

Legendary front man Axl Rose, who virtually became a recluse after selling hundreds of millions of albums during the 1990s, is said to be back on top form and has lost none if his fiery stage presence.

NZ Herald entertainment writer Scott Kara was in Melbourne for the band's show and says Axl can still pull off a great performance.

"The distinct voice of Axl Rose is still well and truly intact" he said.

"He didn't miss a note last Friday night at Mebourne's Rod Laver Arena, not even the high ones in Sweet Child O' Mine.

Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Friday 15th June

Set list

Welcome To The Jungle
It's So Easy
Mr. Brownstone
Live And Let Die
Sweet Child O' Mine
Knockin' On Heaven's Door
You Could Be Mine
The Blues
Out Ta Get Me
November Rain
My Michelle (with Sebastian Bach)
Liquor & Whores
Night Train
Chinese Democracy
Paradise City

Friday, 8 June 2007

I say get yourself another, another mutha fucka!

Richie Sambora, lead guitarist for the rock band Bon Jovi, has entered a treatment facility, a spokesman for the US group has confirmed.

Sambora, 47, checked into the Los Angeles facility on Wednesday.

No other details, such as the treatment he was seeking, were disclosed.

In recent months, Sambora has experienced personal hardships including a break-up with girlfriend Denise Richards, the finalisation of his divorce from ex-wife Heather Locklear and the death of his father.

"Richie Sambora has entered an undisclosed treatment facility in Los Angeles. He asks that you respect his and his family's privacy at this time," said the spokesman.

Thursday, 7 June 2007

Wednesday, 6 June 2007

Those who serve forces...

Artists that might be smarter than their stereotypical fans:

Rage Against the Machine


Eminem/Dr Dre


Saturday, 2 June 2007

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