Posted: 26 August, 2016

Slash on 'Appetite For Destruction'

"I don't see it as this big record"

Slash and Triple M go way back. So we've gone back into the vaults to remember his exclusive interview with us about 'Appetite For Destruction'.

"I don't think of it as a favourite of mine.I don't see it as this big record. I'm too close to it," he explained. 

In the clip he also talks about being in the band at that time, and what it was like making a record like 'Appetite' with that combination of five guys. 

"I never thought in a million years it was going to be as big as it became."

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Posted: 26 August, 2016

Slash Remembers Appetite For Destruction

Triple M is stoked to be presenting Guns N' Roses' return to Australia, with founding members Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan regrouping for the highly anticipated 'Not In This Lifetime’ Tour.

Tickets are on sale now via ticketek.com.au and ticketmaster.com.au (Perth only). See full details below.

Slash Remembers Appetite For Destruction

Guns N' Roses Tour Dates

BRISBANE - Tuesday 7 February at QSAC Stadium, ticketek.com.au or 132 849
SYDNEY - Friday 10 February at ANZ Stadium, ticketek.com.au or 132 849
MELBOURNE - Tuesday 14 February at the MCG, ticketek.com.au or 132 849
ADELAIDE - Saturday 18 February at Adelaide Oval, ticketek.com.au or 132 849
PERTH - Tuesday 21 February at Perth Domain Stadium, ticketmaster.com.au or 136 100

For more, go tot: www.gunsnroses.com or www.tegdainty.com.au

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Posted: 25 August, 2016

Greatest Rock Bassists

Rock Countdown

This is sure to cause some debate!

We unleash a countdown on rock’s most divisive topics...

From the band’s who should reform, to the most influential bands of the nineties… we've got it all covered.

Top 5 Greatest Rock Bassists;

5. John Deacon - Queen

 

4. Paul McCartney - The Beatles

 

3. John Paul Jones - Led Zeppelin

 

2. Flea - Red Hot Chili Peppers

 

1. John Entwistle - The Who

 

Listen to the complete playlist:

 

 

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Tags: Triple M Rock News, Bassists, Countdowns

Posted: 25 August, 2016

Best Intros In Rock

Rock Countdown

This is sure to cause some debate!

We unleash a countdown on rock’s most divisive topics...

From the band’s who should reform, to the most influential bands of the nineties… we've got it all covered.

9 Best Intros In Rock;

9. Start Me Up - Rolling Stones

 

8. Thunderstruck – AC/DC

 

7. Money For Nothing – Dire Straits

 

6. Black Betty – Spiderbait

 

5. You Really Got Me - The Kinks

 

4. Monkey Wrench - Foo Fighters

 

3. Walk This Way - Aerosmith

 

2. Smoke On The Water – Deep Purple

Deep Purple 1973  (Photo by Chris Walter/WireImage)

 

1. Sweet Child O’ Mine – Guns ’N Roses


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Posted: 25 August, 2016

JUST IN: First Look At The Lemmy Statue In Hollywood

The legend lives on


The heavy music scene is still in a state of mourning over the loss of Motörhead singer, Lemmy Kilmister.

The music legend who he defined rock’n’roll, he has been immortalised with a life sized bronze statue placed at the iconic Rainbow Bar and Grill, Sunset Blvd, Hollywood.

The statue was unveiled in a ceremony at the Rainbow Bar and Grill 24th August (LA time), attended by rock’n’roll royalty, Lemmy’s family and fans who travelled across the world to attend the event.

#motorhead #lemmy #hype #rainbowbarandgrill

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Texan born artist Travis Moore nailed it, with every detail that of the rocker, including the customised cowboy boots and mole on his cheek.

A common sight at the legendary bar would be Lemmy, cowboy boots on, sitting at the end of the bar with an endless supply of ‘Jack and Coke’ (now re-named The Lemmy) and playing the electronic game machine. 

The only time he wouldn’t be there is if he was on the road, touring with Motörhead.

Although a hugely popular rockstar, his down to earth, real persona is what really touched those who met him.
Dave Grohl, Slash, Ozzy Osbourne just a few muso’s who were deeply saddened by his loss.

Triple M’s Jane Gazzo had the pleasure of meeting the legend in 2002, saying:

“Do they come any more rock than Lemmy? He not only played rock, he was the total embodiment of rock and roll. Lived and breathed it.
I met him at the Metal Hammer Awards in London around 2002. He smelt of bourbon and leather and was a gentleman.
There'll never be another quite like him.”

Triple M's Jane Gazzo with Lemmy @officialmotorhead #tbt #throwbackthursday

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There is talk of a bar opening in tribute the the heavy rock band called, Motörhead Bar and Grill, that will include memorabilia of the band and personal items of Lemmy’s.


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Tags: Triple M Rock News, Lemmy, Motorhead

Posted: 25 August, 2016

Best Front Women Of Rock

Rock Countdown

This is sure to cause some debate!

We unleash a countdown on rock’s most divisive topics...

From the band’s who should reform, to the most influential bands of the nineties… we've got it all covered.

10 Best Front Women Of Rock:

10. Suze DeMarchi (Baby Animals)

 

9. Ann Wilson (Heart)

8. Hayley Williams (Paramore)

Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams knows how to rock. (Photo: Getty Images)

7. Chrissy Hynde (Pretenders)



6. Gwen Stefani (No Doubt)

SAN DIEGO - JANUARY 26:  Singer Gwen Stefani and No Doubt perform during half-time of Super Bowl XXXVII between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Oakland Raiders on January 26, 2003 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

5. Joan Jett (The Runaways/ Joan Jett And The Blackhearts)


4. Chrissie Amphlett (Divinyls)

Chrissy Amphlett and Mark McEntee of The Divinyls performs at the 2007 Australian Idol grand final at the Sydney Opera House on November 25, 2007 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Don Arnold/WireImage)

3. Shirley Manson (Garbage)


2. Stevie Nicks (Fleetwood Mac)



1. Debbie Harry (Blondie)



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Tags: Lists, Triple M Rock News, Front Women

Posted: 23 August, 2016

Watch: James Corden And Coldplays Epic Tribute To Prince

Nothing Compares To Prince

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Just as he celebrated his 38th Birthday the loveable talk show host James Corden got on stage with Coldplay for atouching tribute to the late Prince.

Corden, who’s gone global with the ‘Carpool Karaoke’ segment proved his amazing vocal ability taking the lead vocal duties of the Prince classic hit ’Nothing Compares 2 U’.

When getting on stage at the sold out concert Corden said; “I didn’t realise how big it was”- referring to the Hollywood venue, Rose Bowl.

Watch:


And let’s not forget our fav Carpool Karaoke featuring the Chili Peppers

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Tags: Triple M Rock News, James Corden, Prince, Coldplay

Posted: 23 August, 2016

Jimmy Eat World Get It Right With New Single

First taste of new album

90s cult rock band Jimmy Eat World shocked us all with the release of their brand new single today.

The American four piece who brought the hit single 'The Middle' released a 15 second teaser of the new single ‘Get Right’ on the weekend and this morning released the full song.

Watch below:

Get Right’ is the first glimpse of the band’s new record, offering a bigger, loud sound and we love it!’.

Listen to our Jimmy Eat World playlist:

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Tags: Triple M Rock News, Jimmy Eat World, New Music

Posted: 23 August, 2016

Exclusive: Preview New Kings Of Leon

They’re Are Back

Image: www.facebook.com/kingsofleon


American rock’n’roll band Kings Of Leon are coming back with their 7th album and released a preview to fans this weekend.

The much loved rock’n’roll have been keeping a very low profile after smashing the 2000s with a stack of hit records.

Kings Of Leon released a taste of the new material, very cryptic, cololurful and mysterious but sounding gritty and rockin’.

Check it out:




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Tags: Triple M Rock News, Kings Of Leon, New Music

Posted: 23 August, 2016

10 Albums You Bought Just To Look Cool In High School

…Because you weren’t anyone if you didn’t have these spinning on your Sony discman.

 

   1.   SONIC YOUTH - GOO

Mostly indecipherable feedback noise. But Rolling Stone mag said they were cool so you dropped $30 on it.

 

   2.   NIRVANA – BLEACH

 

You only bought this because you heard Nevermind and thought this would be just as good. It wasn’t.

 

   3.   ALANIS MORRISSETTE – JAGGED LITTLE PILL

 

You heard You Oughta Know and thought it was cool…until radio played ALL OF IT ALL THE TIME. Chucked it to your little sister instead.

 

   4.   NINE INCH NAILS – THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL

 

Because it said fuck a lot mum would only let you play this on the discman.

 

   5.   RADIOHEAD -  PABLO HONEY/THE BENDS/OK COMPUTER

 

You didn’t even like them but it made you instantly cooler having any of these on your CD rack.

 

   6.   BJORK - POST

 

Because that weird big-band sounding song was big on the JJJ Hottest 100 one year.

 

   7.   JEFF BUCKLEY – GRACE

 

Sounded like something chicks would like to pash to.

 

   8.   EMINEM - THE SLIM SHADY LP

 

Remember when he was cool?

 

   9.   NICK CAVE AND THE BAD SEEDS – MURDER BALLADS

 

Because you wanted to seem dark and broody and you thought Kylie was hot but didn’t want to be open about it.

 

   10.   HOLE – LIVE THROUGH THIS

 

See above Bleech.

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Jacqui Kassulke grew up in the 90’s and bought most of these CD’s with her pocket money from her weekend job hosting Maccas birthday parties. They didn’t make her any cooler though.

You can hear Jacqui on Sydney's 104.9 Triple M, Mon-Fri 9-12.

@kassulke

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Posted: 23 August, 2016

25 Classic Album Covers Get Star Wars Make Overs

All of the classics

Image: thechive.com 


TheChive.com has released this epic remakes of some of the most iconic album covers Star Wars themed.

See our top 10 below:

Check out the full collection here 

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Tags: Triple M Rock News, Star Wars, Classic Rock

Posted: 22 August, 2016

Matt Roberts, Founding Member Of 3 Doors Down Has Died

Matt Roberts of 3 Doors Down Photo: Getty Images

In some sad rock news, founding member of 3 Doors Down, Matt Roberts has died in Wisconsin, USA.

The 38-year-old guitarist went through some times and had some health problems before leaving the band in 2012.

Police reportedly found Roberts unconscious in the hallway of a hotel. The cause of death remains unknown.

The modern rock band burst onto the scene with song “Kryptonite”, which got them a grammy nomination.

3 Doors Down - Kryptonite

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