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GuessWho
09-26-02, 10:01 AM
Just went on presale a couple minutes ago... :(

GuessWho
09-26-02, 11:01 AM
got it, it's madagascar

tics are going FAST. floor was already sold out, had to get balcony.

Meatpants
09-26-02, 11:30 AM
Got 4 in Section 214 at the Allstate, $175 total :o

Oh well, I'm happy. Last time I saw them, Smashing Pumpkins opened for them at the (then) Rosemont Horizon :D

GuessWho
09-26-02, 11:38 AM
Originally posted by Meatpants
Got 4 in Section 214 at the Allstate, $175 total :o

Oh well, I'm happy. Last time I saw them, Smashing Pumpkins opened for them at the (then) Rosemont Horizon :D I WAS AT THE SAME SHOW!!!!! PUMPKINS WERE PISSED!

I'll be in Section 211 at Allstate :)

cdollaz
09-26-02, 12:28 PM
I wonder if Axl will be an a-hole like in the past and not come onstage until 2 in the morning. Nothing like a 6 hour gap between when the opener goes off and the headliner goes on.

Scorpio
09-26-02, 09:56 PM
I saw that GNR show with the Pumpkins opening too. I remember vividly people screaming at them, "You suck!". If this really were Guns N' Roses, then I might bother, but it ain't. It's the Axl Rose project. Change the damn name of the band or make good with Slash, Izzy, and Duff. Those were the days, my friends.

Flashback
09-27-02, 02:42 PM
I just checked the tickets for the Chicago show - there were a few pairs on the floor around 20 rows or so back. Seems like there are a lot of lower level seats but towards the back half.

Go by yourself or buy a single ticket there was 5th row in the 1st section on the side. - excellent seat.

GuessWho
09-27-02, 03:30 PM
Meatpants, Scorpio.... I have a VHS of that Rosemont show we were all at :) It's the feed from what was shown on the screens -- last song or two is missing, but Ahhh, memories.

El Talon Del Monstruo
09-27-02, 08:29 PM
here is an update

All State Arena - some rather good tickets left

Fleet Center - Balcony Seats only

Madison Square Garden - SOLD OUT

First Union Center - Tickets not on sale

tygloalex
09-27-02, 11:59 PM
I don't get it. Why would people want to see Guns N Roses? This isn't 1988 after all. I'm definitely not picking on the people that are going, it's just really really surprising to me. I can see people that liked Grateful Dead or Rolling Stones or whatever, but does Guns n Roses carry enough from a decade ago to fill Madison Square Garden? Apparently so.

TaTTooD
09-28-02, 12:30 AM
Originally posted by Meatpants


Oh well, I'm happy. Last time I saw them, Smashing Pumpkins opened for them at the (then) Rosemont Horizon :D


i was at that one too. gotta love the between the sets show we all got on the big screen :D


i would have gotten tickets for this show but i'll be in seattle during that time

Scorpio
09-28-02, 01:59 AM
GuessWho, me thinks you need to dub me a copy of that there tape. :) You have the women flashing on there too?

GuessWho
09-28-02, 09:17 AM
Originally posted by tygloalex
I can see people that liked Grateful Dead or Rolling Stones or whatever, but does Guns n Roses carry enough from a decade ago to fill Madison Square Garden? Apparently so. Because Welcome to the Jungle is a good song.
Because Paradise City is a good song.
Because Mr Bownstone is a good song.

Etc etc etc.

And I want to hear them. Live.


They're good songs. Period. Why would the passage of a "decade" change that?

GuessWho
09-28-02, 09:23 AM
Originally posted by Scorpio
GuessWho, me thinks you need to dub me a copy of that there tape. :) You have the women flashing on there too? Me thinks those of you who want a copy can buy me a 2nd VCR to do so :p

And no, doesn't have the flashing. Tape begins with GNR's intro ramp muisc "My Way". It's 2.5 hours long and I think Paradise City and 1 other was cutoff at the end (move to the city? mama kin?).

my Rosemont Horizon tape, 4-9-92:

nighttrain
mr brownstone
axl speech/rant about rolling stone mag
live and let die
attitude
it's so easy
guitar solo
patience
axl speech/rant
double talkin jive
guitar solo
civil war
axl speech/rant
welcome to the jungle
piano solo
november rain
you could be mine
drum solo
guitar solo (god father theme?)
coma
dont cry (with shannon hoon of blind melon)
bad obsession
sweet child o mine
guitar solo
knockin on heavens door
so fine

:)

tygloalex
09-28-02, 05:30 PM
Originally posted by GuessWho
Because Welcome to the Jungle is a good song.
Because Paradise City is a good song.
Because Mr Bownstone is a good song.

Etc etc etc.

And I want to hear them. Live.


They're good songs. Period. Why would the passage of a "decade" change that?

I'm not attacking you at all. It's just surprising to me.

Jason
09-28-02, 06:28 PM
Originally posted by tygloalex
I'm not attacking you at all. It's just surprising to me.

I'm surprised they can get such a big response with such a radically different line-up. Lots of 80's rock acts are putting on big tours, but they're all reunions of original members.