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Chinese Democracy

  • The Search for Guns N’ Roses' Lost Masterpiece

    How a group of ride-or-die GN'R fans leaked 19 CDs of outtakes from one of the most notorious albums in history — with painful consequences for one of them

    • Superfan Saga
  • Guns N' Roses Planning 'Chinese Democracy' Follow-Up

    'We've been throwing around a bunch of ideas,' says guitarist DJ Ashba

    • Music
  • Guns n' Roses Announce First U.S. Date In Four Years

    Band to rock Sturgis biker rally with STP, Daughtry

    • Music
  • Guns n' Roses Bring "Chinese Democracy" on North America Tour

    Sometimes with Axl Rose, all you need is just a little patience. Other times, you need a little more than a little. Guns n' Roses' Wednesday night concert in Winnipeg, Canada — their first North American date (and fifth show overall) since the release of Chinese Democracy in 2008 — was, thankfully, a case of […]

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  • Guns n' Roses Announce Plans to Tour South America In March 2010

    Guns n' Roses' Chinese Democracy world tour continues to take shape as Axl Rose's long-dormant official Website was updated this weekend to reveal that Gn'R will embark of a trek of South America from March 10th to April 10th, 2010. As Rolling Stone previously reported, Gn'R will finally set out on tour to promote their […]

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  • Guns n' Roses Bringing "Chinese Democracy" Tour to Canada

    Guns n' Roses have revealed plans to bring Chinese Democracy to North America… with a tour of Canada. Last week, various Canadian Websites including GEG.ca teased a huge announcement concerning Gn'R touring the Great White North. Today, a 13-date Canadian trek that starts January 13th in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and stretches across our neighbor to the […]

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  • Guns n' Roses Denies Claims "Chinese Democracy" Stole a Sample

    Guns n' Roses manager Irving Azoff has formally responded to claims the band illegally borrowed music from two songs by German electro artist Ulrich Schnauss on Chinese Democracy's "Riad N' the Bedouins." As Rolling Stone reported yesterday, the Independiente and Domino labels announced they were suing the band for $1 million in damages, alleging the […]

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  • Lawsuit Claims Guns n' Roses Stole From Ulrich Schnauss

    Two independent record labels are suing Guns n' Roses and Universal Music Group, claiming a track off Axl Rose's Chinese Democracy copied portions of two songs by German electronic music artist Ulrich Schnauss. According to Reuters, Independiente and Domino's lawsuit against Gn'R says that the band's "Riad N' the Bedouins" used parts of Ullrich's "Wherever […]

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  • Guns n' Roses to Tour Southeast Asia? Korea Concert Announced

    Almost a year after the release of Chinese Democracy, Guns n' Roses seem to finally be planning some concerts. Yet another date on the band's rumored tour of Southeast Asia has hit the Web: according to AllAccess.co.kr Website, there's a December 13th show at Seoul, Korea's Olympic Park Gymnastics Stadium. Our Korean is a bit […]

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  • Guns n' Roses' "Chinese Democracy" On "Rock Band" April 14th

    Get ready to sing like Axl and emulate whichever guitarist is in Guns n' Roses these days: Gn'R debuted their song "Shackler's Revenge" on Rock Band 2, and now Axl Rose will bring the rest of Chinese Democracy to the music video game on April 14th as a new batch of downloadable content. Thirteen tracks […]

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