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Appetite For Democracy 3D: Live at the Hard Rock Casino- Las Vegas [Blu-ray]
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Appetite For Democracy 3D: Live at the Hard Rock Casino - Las Vegas, will be available on Blu-ray™, featuring the complete concert film in both 3D and 2D plus an interactive 3D photo gallery, and standard DVD featuring the 2D version of the film. Both releases are mixed in 5.1 Surround Sound and feature bonus interviews with the band.
1. Chinese Democracy
2. Welcome To The Jungle
3. It's So Easy
4. Mr. Brownstone
6. Rocket Queen
7. Live And Let Die
8. This I Love
11. Catcher In The Rye
12. Street Of Dreams
13. You Could Be Mine
14. Sweet Child O' Mine
15. Another Brick In The Wall part 2
16. November Rain
18. Don't Cry
19. Civil War
20. The Seeker
21. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
23. Used To Love Her
25. Paradise City
Top Customer Reviews
Axl Rose is still one of the best frontman and rock singers of all times. He has enough energy from the first song to the last song.
The band members are amazing. The 3 guitar players: Richard, Bumblefoot and DJ are just fantastic. Each doing solos on different songs to doing their own special solos. Frank the drummer and Tommy, the bass player, are some of the best musicians out there. Of course, there's also Dizzy Reed who has been a member and friend of Axl's for over 20 years now. This is my favorite all time rock band. I've seen them perform 3 times and they just deliver 110% every time. This is a must have for any GNR fan. One of the best shows I've ever seen and I've been going to concerts since the 1970's.
Having said that, it is really hard to listen to Axl's aging voice. He no longer has the pipes that he once did. It is really evident when trying to sing at the edges (really low or really high). On his lower register with songs such as "It's So Easy" he sounds like a bullfrog croaking through the song. "Estranged" was also very difficult for him and even harder on the listener. On the higher pitched songs such as "Welcome to the Jungle", his highs fall flat and he just doesn't have the same power behind it.
He does pull it together for some songs, like "Live and Let Die" and the opener "Chinese Democracy", Axl actually sounds pretty good on those. Axl really needs to cater the setlist to his current range or do what some of the other aging bands do, and change the song arrangements to a key that better suits the signer's vocal range.
The production on this disc is really good. The 3D looks amazing and has a lot of depth. It's one of the better looking 3D discs I have in my collection (using a Panasonic 3D TV w/ active glasses).
I forgot all about that. This is an awesome Bluray. There are some issue here and there, but that makes it live.
Yes, Axl's voice is different. The more I think about it, it's almost like he's decided to become a singer, and not a ******'d off guy with a band. He doesn't have the angry voice he once had, probably somewhat to do with age and what he's done to his vocal cords over the years. What he does have is a somewhat consistent range now, but on occasion goes back to the passionate scream and rasp he's known for. Yes, it does sound like Mickey Mouse at times, but is that his actual 'singing' voice when hitting that note? Maybe, maybe not.
The video is great, Rock Fuel did an outstanding job here. I wish it was clearer in some areas, and if I had one complaint, it would be the 'dramatic' effects. I would have rather had a clean video, but I don't hate. It does prevent a perfect 5 star however.
The original lineup may or may not ever happen, but here's what you get. I've been a GnR fan since I first heard AFD in highschool. I'm happy to add this to my collection next to the 2 UYI DVDs.
Thanks Rock Fuel! Great job. The video and audio are outstanding. Just wish I had a 3d TV. :)
I saw this Guns n' Roses line-up in Vegas this summer. I am a huge fan and knew what I was paying to see, just as I knew what I was paying for when I bought this set. The personality of this band is very different from the original line-up. Instead of Slash's bluesy guitar solos balancing out Axl's screams you are hit with a 3 guitar assault. DJ Ashba and Bumblefoot share the leads and bring their own personalities to the music. Adler's fun but unskilled drumming is replaced by Ferrer who is overly precise. Stinson's base playing is spot on but the synergy that existed between Duff and Slash is no where to be found. If you want to enjoy this music, stop looking for the original sound. It is clear that this is the band that Axl wants to play with as he is having a great time. His enthusiasm makes listening to this record worth it. Yes, at over 50 years old his voice sometime feels strained. I actually thought that he sounded better when I saw him this past summer that on this recording.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've seen them live twice recently and thought Axl sounded perfectly fine, but here he certainly seems winded regularly. The 3D is ok and the overall production is good.Published 6 days ago by Byron Ellisor
Awesome concert! Awesome 3D! If you like GnR...get this concert. I know...I know...this isn't GnR without Slash and so and so. Get over it and enjoy a great performance by Axl. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DK
I enjoy the filming, I enjoy the set list, and overall, I pretty well enjoy the show. What I find really distracting is a lot of times the recorded vocals do not match what Axl... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Boy C. Bronco
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hey radio, that is a great question, however i don't think this disc will play on a standard dvd player, unless you meant can it be viewed on a regular blu-ray dvd player. for that, i'm not sure, but i'd think so. i don't see this, or the GNR O2 arena shows in standard definition dvd format,... Read More
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