Report: Guns N' Roses' 'Chinese Democracy' due Nov. 23
Guns N' Roses' long-promised "Chinese Democracy" album, which Axl Rose has been working on for more than a decade with a slew of changing bandmates, reportedly will be released on Sunday, Nov. 23.
According to Billboard.com, the set will be sold exclusively at Best Buy.
The album track "Shackler's Revenge" made its debut in the video game "Rock Band 2," and a portion of the track "If the World" plays during the end credits of the new Leonardo DiCaprio/Russell Crowe film, "Body of Lies."
Rose is the only ongoing member of GN'R, which released its last studio album, the covers set "The Spaghetti Incident?," in 1993. Its most recent albums of original material are 1991's "Use Your Illusiion I" and "Use Your Illusion II."