Original Guns N’ Roses Guitarist “Praises” President Donald Trump!

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LA Guns and Guns N’ Roses Founder Tracii Guns Praises President Donald Trump

The founder of L.A Guns and Guns N’ Roses guitarist, Tracii Guns has reposted the recent tweet of Donald Trump via his official Twitter account.

US President, Donald Trump shared a photo of him photoshopped on the body of Sylvester Stallone’s legendary character Rocky.

Tracii Guns has made a statement about Donald Trump’s tweet below!

“Trump is must be the greatest comedian of all time”

A user named Paul Cioffi commented:

“It’s pretty convincing the argument that Russia swayed the election. If you think about it it makes a ton of sense on their part.

They can pretty much do whatever they want while he’s in office.”

Another user named Navishing Nick said that:

“I mean, you have to admit, this is pretty hilarious. The fact that he was elected is an indictment on the American education system if anything.

I can’t stand politicians and he’s turned the whole system into a circus Thank god I’m in Canada.”

Never Before Seen Photos of Guns N’ Roses With Shannon Hoon Backstage!

A seller on Ebay has listed a rare piece of Guns N’ Roses memorabilia. Apparently the person worked for Geffen Records in the early 90’s during the release of the “Use Your Illusion” records and posted some never before seen backstage photos of the band at one of their shows with Shannon Hoon, Matt Sorum and Duff McKagan. Check it out below!

Guns N’ Roses Fan Is Selling Never Before Heard Rehearsal Tapes!

How about the ability to hear rehearsal tapes with Axl Rose and Slash on them? Well a fan is selling the band’s first rehearsal tape with the classic lineup. Check it out below on ebay here. The listing description is as follows:

Guns N Roses Original Rehearsal and Jam Session TAPE- ULTRA RARE Uncirculated- 1986. One of a kind.  Condition is Very Good.  Unique Item from the Personal Collection of Tom Zutaut.  Mix of jams, instrumental, AND VOCALS featuring unheard recordings with original 5 lineup.  Both sides of cassette.  All rights reserved for music copyright.  Item is for collectible purposes only as novelty cassette item.  Not for transfers, unique item for serious collectors.  Serious inquiries only.  Shipping fees included.

Songs include Move to the City (2 versions including 1 version with Axl), Nightrain (2 versions including 1 version with Axl), Rocket Queen with Axl, Out ta Get Me (2 versions including 1 version with Axl), Paradise City with Axl, My Michelle (2 versions including 1 version with Axl), also instrumental versions of Welcome to the Jungle, Think about You, Reckless Life, and unknown working tunes.

Several song titles are announced by name by Axl himself prior to start of the songs.  Additional background discussion between some songs.

This tape represents the only known actual rehearsal of the original 5.

This cassette was acquired by a top collector and is uncirculated and never before heard.

 

Slash Discusses Dying and Getting Sober

Slash recently appeared on BBC Radio 5,  and the Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash looked back on briefly dying at the height of the band’s popularity back in the ’90s.

The musician now said about the whole experience (transcribed by UG):

“I’m really fortunate that I managed to get through all that stuff and come out the other end and have my passion for music intact and to be physically okay. I really look at myself as being just super blessed because it should’ve gone the other way.”Did you ever see [Martin Scorsese’s 1995 movie] ‘Casino’ with Sharon Stone? Remember that part where she’s, like, with the James Woods’ character, Robert De Niro’s taken off and she’s in the hotel and she’s coming down the hall, and she starts to collapse, she dies. That was me, exactly that.”

You obviously had a major overdose, it was kept hush-hush at the time. When you came to sort of going back, could you really remember that moment? Did you have to call upon other people who were witnesses at the time?

“I remember everything up to that moment. And everything after that was just waking up with the paramedics, and I was still in the hotel. I mean, that happened in the hallway of the hotel…”So, up into that point, I remember blacking out and I remember… there’s a thing that happens when paramedics wake you up out of death like that where it’s just, like, this huge shock of energy and lights, voices and pandemonium, and it’s an unmistakable feeling. I’ve had it a few times, and I remember that.”

So when did you become the sober Slash?

“I got sober in 2006, like, 13 years ago. It was definitely not easy. First, you have to come to terms with the fact that you’re beyond repair; your addictions or whatever have gotten to the point where you’re not enjoying yourself and you’re not really functional and so on and so forth.”And you have to have that clarity, which is hard. And then once you have that, you have to keep reminding yourself of that so that you can start. What you want to do is try and have a different kind of existence and it just takes a lot of work to get there.”I wouldn’t be doing anything like what I have been doing for the last 13 years if I was still going like I was. I probably wouldn’t be here, most likely.”