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||IMDB Rating: 8.9/10 from 64 votes
||Release: 8 August 2006 (Germany) /
||Genre: Music, Musical
||Stars: Axl Rose, Brain Mantia, Chris Pitman, Dizzy Reed, Richard Fortus, Robin Finck, Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal, Ron Thal, Sebastian Bach, Tommy Stinson
||Synopsis: Guns N' Roses return to Germany as part of their European tour for this nationally-televised special, including such hits as "Welcome to the Jungle" and "Sweet Child O' Mine."
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I've become highly skeptical in recent months of Axl Rose and his "new"
Guns N' Roses. I was fully supportive of them up until last year, but I
guess once my fanboy mindset settled and I went back to some of the
older music I realized that there are always two sides to a story - and
certainly this is the case with GN'R. After this tour kicked off I
realized they were just doing the same setlist as 2002 all over again
with a couple new songs, and I had to question whether Axl felt the
music from Chinese Democracy was really worthy or whether he just
didn't want to unleash all of it yet.
The 2006 tour was rather strong and Axl's voice has clearly improved
since 2002. The first show kicked off in NYC in May and had guests such
as Mickey Rourke, Lenny Kravitz and even Paris Hilton in attendance.
But as the tour progressed I got bored with the setlist as
aforementioned and Axl's performance at Rock in Rio 5 really
However, Rock am Ring was a real breakthrough - it's by far the best
show I've seen or heard by the new band lineup and Axl's voice is at
its strongest since the early 1990s. A few songs are "iffy" - The Blues
is disappointingly flat when it comes to the vocals (despite a cool
twist on the ending that I hadn't heard before) and as always Axl
really seems incapable of singing Sweet Child O' Mine properly. Also,
despite ATROCIOUS vocals in 2001 and 2002, you can sense a real loss of
energy on his behalf - he's getting up there in his '40s now and his
hard-living lifestyle from a decade ago is catching up with him. At
times he looks very young and at other times he could easily be
mistaken for a man in his mid-'50s. The cornrows don't help much,
However, I was blown away by Axl's vocals on Nightrain and Welcome to
the Jungle here. By far the best performances of these songs I've seen
in years. Nightrain was simply amazing, and although his vocals aren't
as strong as they were back in the '90s, they're in a whole other
league apart from 2001/2002 - the rasp is back. Fantastic stuff.
Slash may be gone and I'm not a big fan of the new fill-in, Bumblefoot
(who took over from Buckethead who departed in 2004), but the solo on
Nightrain is amazing. The new band really does play it better than the
1990s lineup in terms of excitement - it's overwhelming.
This gave me restored faith and hope in Guns N' Roses after a fairly
underwhelming 2006 tour (mainly due to the setlist and repetitive
nature of the whole thing) - this was a great way to end it.
As for the new songs - IRS is performed here quite well (off to a weak
start but the rasp kicks in midway and Axl's energy is above average)
and unfortunately Madagascar was cut from the broadcast. Better is
fantastic and the vocals, energy and overall performance of the song is
the best I've seen yet.
Overall this is the best display of "new" GN'R - comparing this to
their 2002 VMAs performance is almost laughable. Whereas Axl's
appearance then was laughable and his vocals sounded like Mickey Mouse
being raped by an elephant, his vocals now are noticeably stronger
(albeit still weaker than back in his prime), his image is MUCH more
like a typical "rock star" and the band doesn't seem like a bunch of
goth misfits - Robin Finck has ditched the NIN look and the absence of
Buckethead (despite his amazing technical skills) does give the band a
more "credible" image.
An essential show for anyone who's wondering whether Axl still has it -
the answer, in short, is yes, he does: the problem, it seems, is that
he just chooses not to give it his all sometimes. The Nightrain
performance from this telecast alone is refreshing.
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, Brain Mantia
, Chris Pitman
, Dizzy Reed
, Richard Fortus
, Robin Finck
, Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal
, Ron Thal
, Sebastian Bach
, Tommy Stinson
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