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MetalTraveller
09-14-2010, 01:59 PM
Hi. here's the setlist of yesterday's Guns'n'roses show in Paris (http://www.metaltraveller.com/en/gigs/guns_n_roses/paris_2010.html).
01. Intro
02. Chinese Democracy
03. Welcome To The Jungle
04. It's So Easy
05. Mr Brownstone
06. Sorry
-- Solo Richard Fortus based on James Bond Theme --
07. Live and Let Die (Paul McCartney and Wings)
08. This I love
09. Rocket Queen
-- Solo Dizzy Reed --
10. Street of Dreams
11. You Could Be mine
-- Solo DJ Ashba : The Ballad Of Death --
12. Sweet Child O'Mine
-- Piano Solo Axl Rose --
13. Another Brick in the Wall part II (Pink Floyd)
14. November Rain
-- Solo Ron Thal based on The Pink Panther Theme --
15. Better
16- Knockin'On Heaven's Door (Bob Dylan)
17- Shackler's Revenge
18- Don't Cry (Bumblefoot instrumental)
19. Nightrain
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20. Madagascar
21. Whole Lotta Rosie (AC/DC)
22. Paradise City

I'm still writting the review, but you can find some pics on my website: http://www.metaltraveller.com/en/gigs/guns_n_roses/paris_2010.html . Enjoy!

Travis The Dragon
09-14-2010, 02:38 PM
Now this loser is covering Pink Floyd? :barf:

jhdeity
09-14-2010, 03:06 PM
Like we need another band to cover Another Brick in the Wall Part 2. Actually Axl would probably belt a mean Part 3 but maybe I'm giving him too much credit. The fact they still don't play Civil War, arguibly their best song makes this a total clown car

Sanitarium78
09-14-2010, 04:15 PM
The set needs Civil War and Estranged and less fuckin solo's. What is GnR prog rock now?

ravenheart
09-14-2010, 04:19 PM
I don't get the complaints over the solo bits... the old band always did the exact same thing in the '90s, and this band are all better players. Plus they're all about 20 seconds each, so who cares?

Sanitarium78
09-14-2010, 04:37 PM
I don't get the complaints over the solo bits... the old band always did the exact same thing in the '90s, and this band are all better players. Plus they're all about 20 seconds each, so who cares?

If they're only that short than it's not a big deal. In the 90s people were more accepting of it because GNR was just untouchable from '88-'95. So people just let it slide then. Plus, their sets were much better song selection wise. I can't say if the current band are better players or not because i'm not ever sure who's on GNR's live roster right now and I haven't seen them live since 1992.

El Gordo
09-14-2010, 05:14 PM
Agreed on the Civil War comments... that song STILL pops into my head every now and then... I probably haven't heard it in about 7 years.

Blackened12
09-14-2010, 06:12 PM
Is it weird if I can't figure out if Axl is fat or not by those pictures?:confused:

The_jman
09-14-2010, 06:12 PM
am I the only one who likes the set? even without civil war?

maidenpriest
09-14-2010, 06:48 PM
if u want to hear Civil War...go see Slash's show lol he probably plays a better version anyway

arctangent
09-15-2010, 12:38 AM
when g'n'r toured appetite for destruction there were no fucking solos. how the mighty have fallen.:confused:

davidis138
09-15-2010, 01:50 AM
when g'n'r toured appetite for destruction there were no fucking solos. how the mighty have fallen.:confused:

When they toured Appetite they were usually the opening band. Those don't get solos.

ravenheart
09-15-2010, 02:29 AM
am I the only one who likes the set? even without civil war?

No. But then, I love the new album.

When they toured Appetite they were usually the opening band. Those don't get solos.

And when they played occasional headline shows they were 1-hour club sets. And they had a guitar solo for Slash in.

ravenheart
09-15-2010, 02:35 AM
I can't say if the current band are better players or not because i'm not ever sure who's on GNR's live roster right now and I haven't seen them live since 1992.

Ron Thal, who is an awesome virtuoso guitar player. DJ Ashba, who is the guitar player in Sixx:A.M. - hell of a player. Richard Fortus, who kind of plays the Izzy/Gilby role really. He's very much the rhythm guy most of the time.

Frank Ferrer on drums. Dizzy Reed still on keyboards/piano. Tommy Stinson on bass. All solid players.

Then there are an couple of extra guy who really doesn't add much. Chris Pitman, who pretty much just does percussion and some extra keyboards.

MetalTraveller
09-15-2010, 03:10 PM
The set needs Civil War and Estranged and less fuckin solo's.

I totally agree. And these songs were rehearsed before the tour

MetalTraveller
09-15-2010, 03:13 PM
I don't get the complaints over the solo bits... the old band always did the exact same thing in the '90s, and this band are all better players. Plus they're all about 20 seconds each, so who cares?

The old band's solos were boring too!

(and no, they're not 20 seconds long)

PlaysWithKnives
09-16-2010, 10:34 AM
The old G'N'R was so good. The version now isn't the same. The show may be good. The band Axl has now may be good musicians, but its just a quasi G'N'R to me.