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Re: “Rock Is Dead. Long Live Rock Band

My prediction - Real instruments are going to lose out on this one. The future of rock is going to be a bunch of unskilled kids playing music that they programmed with their guitar hero controllers. It will be like a world where the only band is fallout boy. Why would God let this happen?

Posted by Adam on 12/19/2007 at 11:30 AM

Re: “Axl's Back: Guns N' Roses at the Oracle Arena

Yeah, Sebastian Bach sucked. The dude has a set of pipes, I'll give him that, but get real. Guns n' roses music is timeless, we all know that. Skid Row was hardly a skid mark on rock's great history. Axl should team up with Anthrax (cute sack of puppies or whatever they are called now) and put together a real line up that can sell out arenas like he used to.

Posted by Adam on 12/19/2006 at 2:53 PM

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