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CRAPPIEST "METAL" ALBUM OF ALL TIME!!!!
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[jimmyjames] Saturday, April 17, 2010 2:27:20 PM 

Fucks sake, here's the LA Guns singing Living After Midnight. 

[acolyte55] Saturday, April 17, 2010 2:25:47 PM 
holy [email protected]#$
[Becks] Saturday, April 17, 2010 2:21:13 PM 
Oh man, I'm cross eyed from just looking at that post, LOL!
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by jimmyjames from Saturday, April 17, 2010 5:39:32 AM)
[jimmyjames] Saturday, April 17, 2010 2:18:59 PM 
Na, just thought it was a crackup how many lineup changes these clowns have been through. Thinking of starting up my own version of LA Guns actually. If they can have two, why not three.
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by guidogodoy from Saturday, April 17, 2010 6:33:59 AM)
[J.D. DIAMOND] Saturday, April 17, 2010 1:52:31 PM 
Totally!   I would never attempt to read such a mess lol!
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by spapad from Saturday, April 17, 2010 12:27:38 PM)
[spapad] Saturday, April 17, 2010 12:27:38 PM 
Ouch! That post is so long and continuous it seems like on of those  paterns that if you stare at it long enough a picture will appear.
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by guidogodoy from Saturday, April 17, 2010 6:33:59 AM)
[guidogodoy] Saturday, April 17, 2010 6:33:59 AM 
Thank you for burning my eyeballs. This was payback for posting all that rap in your thread last night, eh?
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by jimmyjames from Saturday, April 17, 2010 5:39:32 AM)
[jimmyjames] Saturday, April 17, 2010 5:39:32 AM 
Just to avoid any confusion as to who the LA Guns are I have copied their various lineups from wiki. This includes their merger with Hollywood Rose to form GNR.



Members of the rock band L.A. Guns. The band's leader and founder Tracii Guns (who the band was named after) left in 2003, and later formed his own incarnation of the band fronted by Paul Black. As a result there are now two bands using the L.A.Guns name at once. Both incarnations have many members from the band's better known eras in them and have a 50% claim to the name. Contents [hide] 1 First Generation L.A.Guns - formation, through to merge with Hollywood Rose (1983-1985) 2 Second Generation L.A. Guns (reformation) (1985-1999) 3 Reunion (1999-2002) 4 Post-Tracii Guns era - the band under Phil Lewis (2002-2006) 5 Two bands under the L.A. Guns name (2006-present) 5.1 Present Lineups 5.1.1 L.A. Guns Lineup 1 5.1.2 L.A. Guns Lineup 2 [edit] First Generation L.A.Guns - formation, through to merge with Hollywood Rose (1983-1985) The core lineup of L.A. Guns, formed in 1983, lasted until 1985. The band briefly merged with Hollywood Rose (led by former Guns vocalist Axl Rose), to form future rock and roll legends Guns N' Roses. Axl Rose had been in L.A. Guns while their vocalist Michael Jagosz was in prison and had to leave when he got out. When he asked Tracii Guns about the idea of a band merge, he brought Izzy Stradlin with him. Guns left shortly after the merge to reform L.A.Guns and Guns N' Roses has survived until the present at the same time. The other members of L.A. Guns were fired from the band at roughly the same time as Tracii Guns left. L.A. Guns (1983-1984) Michael Jagosz - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Ole Beich - bass guitar Rob Gardner - drums L.A. Guns (1984) Axl Rose - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Ole Beich - bass guitar Rob Gardner - drums L.A. Guns (1984-1985) Michael Jagosz - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Ole Beich - bass guitar Rob Gardner - drums Guns N' Roses (1985) Axl Rose - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Izzy Stradlin - rhythm guitar Ole Beich - bass guitar Rob Gardner - drums Guns N' Roses (1985-1990) Axl Rose - lead vocals Slash - lead guitar Izzy Stradlin - rhythm guitar Duff McKagan - bass Steven Adler - drums Other Guns N' Roses lineups (1990-present) After all former L.A.Guns members left Guns N' Roses other than Axl Rose, the band formed its well known classic lineup (Izzy Stradlin, the other former Hollywood Rose member remained also). L.A. Guns reformation meanwhile, led to an entirely new band with an entirely new lineup. As can be seen, Rose fired all other ex-L.A. Guns members at the same time as Tracii Guns left the band. The new Guns N' Roses lineup lasted from 1985 to 1990, before facing a few lineup changes. Core members Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan remained in the band until Slash left in 1996 and McKagan left in 1998, but Rose has since led the band through commercial and critical success. More information on this can be found on the following main articles: Guns N' Roses Guns N' Roses band members [edit] Second Generation L.A. Guns (reformation) (1985-1999) After leaving Guns N' Roses, Tracii Guns joined Paul Black, Robert Stoddard, Mick Cripps and Nickey Alexande. Initially the project began as a collaboration between Black and Cripps called Faster Pussycat. The name was changed when Guns came in, and the name Faster Pussycat was used by another band shortly afterwards anyway. The name change after the formation of the band is the reason why the lineup contained only Guns from the original band, and sounded so different. Though the band switched to Phil Lewis over Paul Black quickly, Mick Cripps remained with the band until 1994 as did PhiL Lewis. The Guns/Lewis/Cripps triplet formed the solid core of the lineup from 1986 onwards. The band's classic Lewis/Guns/Cripps/Nickels/Riley lineup slowly came together 1986-1988, and operated together 1988-1992 (before a brief switch in drummer) then again 1993-1994. By the end of 1995 Tracii Guns only had Steve Riley left from this period. The one legacy of the band's merge with Guns N' Roses manifested it's time at this period - the band had a rhythm guitar, which they had first had as Guns N' Roses in the form of Izzy Stradlin. The band reverted to a four piece in 1995 however. 1985-1987 Paul Black - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Robert Stoddard - rhythm guitar Mick Cripps - bass guitar Nickey "Beat" Alexander - drums 1987 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Mick Cripps - rhythm guitar Mattie B - bass guitar Nickey "Beat" Alexander - drums 1987 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Mick Cripps - rhythm guitar Kelly Nickels - bass guitar Nickey "Beat" Alexander - drums 1987-1992 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Mick Cripps - rhythm guitar Kelly Nickels - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 1992-1993 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Mick Cripps - rhythm guitar Kelly Nickels - bass guitar Michael "Bones" Gershima - drums 1994-1995 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Mick Cripps - rhythm guitar Kelly Nickels - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 1995 Chris Van Dahl - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Johnny Crypt - rhythm guitar Kelly Nickels - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 1995-1997 Chris Van Dahl - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Johnny Crypt - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 1997-1998 Ralph Saenz - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Johnny Crypt - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 1998 Joe Leste - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Johnny Crypt - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 1998-1999 Jizzy Pearl - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Johnny Crypt - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 1999 Jizzy Pearl - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Stefan Adika - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 1999 Jizzy Pearl - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Chuck Gerric - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums [edit] Reunion (1999-2002) Classic members Phil Lewis, Mick Cripps and Kelly Nickels were tempted back into L.A.Guns in 1999. By 2000, Nickels had left already, as had Cripps (though he briefly returned at the end of the year). Phil Lewis decided to remain with the band however, helping them to recapture some of their former glory. By the end of this period, 2003, three of the four members of the band were still from the classic lineup (though the classic lineup itself had been a five piece). 1999 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Mick Cripps - rhythm guitar Kelly Nickels - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 2000 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Brent Muscat - rhythm guitar Muddy - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 2000-2001 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Mick Cripps - rhythm guitar Muddy - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 2001 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Muddy - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 2001-2002 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Adam Hamilton - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 2002 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Keff Rattcliffe- rhythm guitar Adam Hamilton - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums [edit] Post-Tracii Guns era - the band under Phil Lewis (2002-2006) In 2002 Tracii Guns left L.A.Guns. Steve Riley, who held a 50% legal stake in what was left of the band, was allowed to retain the L.A. Guns name and continue touring under it. This lineup has been led by Phil Lewis ever since. 2002 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Chris Holmes - lead guitar Keff Ratcliffe - Rhythm Guitar Adam Hamilton - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 2002-2003 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Keri Kelli - lead and rhythm guitars Brent Muscat - lead and rhythm guitars Adam Hamilton - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 2003 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Keri Kelli - lead guitar Adam Hamilton - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 2003-2004 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Charlie Poulson - lead guitar Adam Hamilton - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 2004-2007 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Stacey Blades - lead guitar Adam Hamilton - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums [edit] Two bands under the L.A. Guns name (2006-present) In 2006 Tracii Guns decided to form a solo band - The Tracii Guns Band. He soon began billing it as L.A. Guns, adding Nickey "Beat" Alexander and Paul Black from the band's earliest incarnations to the lineup. This group has released albums under the name "Paul Black's L.A. Guns". At the same time, Phil Lewis' L.A. Guns continued. L.A. Guns (Phil Lewis fronted band) Paul Black's L.A. Guns (formerly The Tracii Guns Band) 2004-2007 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Stacey Blades - lead guitar Adam Hamilton - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 2006 Paul Black - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Jeremy Guns - bass guitar Nickey "Beat" Alexander - drums 2007-2009 Phil Lewis - lead vocals Stacey Blades - lead guitar Scott Griffin - bass guitar Steve Riley - drums 2007-2008 Paul Black - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Jeremy Guns - bass guitar Chad Stewart - drums Tracii Guns L.A. Guns 2008-2009 Marty Casey - lead vocals Tracii Guns - lead guitar Alec Bauer - Rhythm Guitar Jeremy Guns - bass guitar Chad Stewart - drums [edit] Present Lineups Both incarnations of the band go under the simple name of "L.A. Guns". No legal problems have resulted in the shared name, despite both claiming to be the 'true' L.A. Guns. Both have a fair claim: Tracii Guns was the founding member/leader and included former member Paul Black in his lineup of the band. Black was in the band in 1985-1986, but never recorded with them. However the other incarnation of the band is a continuation of the original, which survived when Guns left. It has more members of the band from their best known era in the form of Lewis and Riley. Both versions of L.A. Guns are four pieces. The band has switched between being a four and five piece frequently. The four piece system was used 1983-1985, 1995-1999 prior to the present incarnations of the band. [edit] L.A. Guns Lineup 1 Phil Lewis - lead vocals (1987-1995, 1999-present) Stacey Blades - lead guitar (2004-present) Kenny Kweens - bass guitar (2009-present) Steve Riley - drums (1987-1992, 1994-present) [edit] L.A. Guns Lineup 2 Jizzy Pearl- lead vocals (1998-1999; 2009-present) Tracii Guns - lead guitar (1983-2002, 2006-present) Jeremy Guns - bass guitar (2006-present) Chad Stewart - drums (2007-present) .



There. That makes it easy to understand.

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by guidogodoy from Friday, April 16, 2010 6:05:35 PM) Edited at: Saturday, April 17, 2010 5:42:07 AM Edited at: Saturday, April 17, 2010 5:43:34 AM
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[spapad] Friday, April 16, 2010 7:37:59 PM 
How bout as the people who actually pay to see them,  A Metal Monitor is placed at the exit, to hit them about the head for having no class! HA!   [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by guidogodoy from Friday, April 16, 2010 7:02:22 PM)
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[guidogodoy] Friday, April 16, 2010 7:02:22 PM 
How the he-double hockey sticks do they keep them apart?!? "L.A. Guns with Tracii?" HAAAAA!!!! I'd probably go to the other one. Anyone who spells their name like that should be drawn and quartered.   [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by spapad from Friday, April 16, 2010 6:49:56 PM)
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[spapad] Friday, April 16, 2010 6:49:56 PM 
There's 2 now?! oh, ..................Vomit.
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[guidogodoy] Friday, April 16, 2010 6:05:35 PM 
HAAAA! Loved the Ozzy comment as well.

You know, when thinking about this topic, L.A. Guns came to mind. Curiously enough, I get an email from an autograph seller today that listed them amongst other bands. I notice that GUNS isn't one who signed the poster! Guess I have lost track of this band (on purpose).

Has anyone here ever read the Wiki on them? LOL! Wasn't sure to post it here or directly in the "jokes" thread. There are TWO bands currently touring with the name?!? One was bad enough.  en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L.A._Guns
[Becks] Friday, April 16, 2010 3:06:34 PM 
Oh man that is bad! LOL!!!!
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[jimmyjames] Friday, April 16, 2010 3:00:03 PM 

This thread is for fun. If you have any albums that you think are abysmal. Post them here so we can all have a laugh at them. I'll start with Black Rain by Ozzy. Check out this song Lay Your World On Me. It sounds like it was recorded in a public toilet. Shockingly bad.


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