Guns N' Roses' 'Chinese Democracy' Set for November Release
Guns N' Roses' eagerly anticipated album "Chinese Democracy" is finally confirmed to be dropped on November 23. Co-produced by Axl Rose, the band's upcoming record, which has been worked on since 1994 and becomes the most expensive album ever produced, will be released exclusively through giant retailer Best Buy.
One of the songs in their forthcoming effort titled "Shackle's Revenge" is confirmed to be among soundtracks for MTV's upcoming "Rock Band 2" game. Meanwhile, another tune entitled "If the World" will be played over the end credits of Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe film, "Body of Lies", which will hit the theaters on October 10.
Collaborators who are enlisted for the album include guitarists Brian May and Dave Navarro. Also, former Skid Row's frontman, Sebastian Bach, has joined forces with the band on a song called "Sorry" which was recorded at Electric Lady studio.
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