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|Songs related with Chinese Democracy||3/22/07|
|Rhiad & The Bedouins was performed live during the 2001/2002 tour and was scheduled to be on the unreleased Chinese Democracy album. In an interview, keyboardist Dizzy Reed stated that it would not appear on the album. |
Silkworms was also performed live on the 2001/2002 tour. Like Rhiad & The Bedouins, Silkworms was to appear on Chinese Democracy. In the same interview, Dizzy Reed stated that it would not be on the album.
Better performed during the 2006 tour, two different versions were leaked onto the internet.
Chinese Democracy performed during 2001/2002 tours and 2006 North American tour.
The Blues performed during 2001/2002 and 2006 tours.
Catcher in the Rye leaked onto the internet in mid-2006. Reportedly features Queen guitarist Brian May.
There Was A Time performed a handful of times during the 2006 tour and leaked onto the internet.
IRS performed during 2006 tour and leaked onto the internet.
Madagascar performed during 2001/2002 and 2006 tours.
Checkmate  Short clip leaked on Radio and Internet May 2006. It has not been confirmed as to whether the song is actually by Guns N' Roses and this is still a subject of debate among fans. The songtitle may also be incorrect.
Sorry Mentioned by Sebastian Bach, who stated the song sounded like doom metal.
Prostitute Mentioned in numerous articles, and was seen on a picture of a setlist, which briefly appeared on the official website.
If The World Was seen on a picture of a setlist, which briefly appeared on the official website.
This I Love Mentioned in the past by Axl as an important song he was writing.
|guns n roses fan site closers||3/11/07|
|it has been reported that a number of guns n roses fan sites are closing down in protest to the groups continuing delays of thier Chinese Democracy album the latest to do so being in italy this however is something we will not be doing|
|Chinese Democracy album||3/11/07|
|the long awaited release date for their latest album Chinese Democracy|
is now expected to be 17-9-2007 according to hmv.co.uk sources
whitch we are all looking forward to hearing
|My Coke Festival||3/4/07|
|GUNS N' ROSES will headline South Africa's My Coke Festival in Johannesburg on April 27 and Cape Town on May 1. The band will also reportedly perform in Thailand, South Africa, South America, Mexico, Australia, and New Zealand.|
The band did complete its first successful North American road trip in over a decade last year, along with a European trek.
Longtime GUNS N' ROSES associate Del James has revealed in an new online posting that the band's eternally delayed new album, "Chinese Democracy", is currently in the "mixing" stage.
"Chinese Democracy" is the first GUNS N' ROSES album since the 1993 covers collection "The Spaghetti Incident". In the ensuing decade, the group has lost every original member besides Rose and burned through a reported $13 million in recording expenses.
|the new guns n'roses||3/3/07|
|In 1998 Axl Rose returned to the studio accompanied by drummer Josh Freese (of the Vandals), bassist Tommy Stinson (formerly of The Replacements), guitarist Robin Finck (formerly of Nine Inch Nails), guitarist Paul Huge (aka Paul Tobias), and keyboardist Dizzy Reed.|
In 1999, the band released one new song, Oh My God, which was included on the soundtrack of End of Days. This song was intended to be a prelude for a new album, Chinese Democracy. GNR also released Live Era 87-93, which was a collection of songs the original lineup recorded on the road between 1987 and 1993. Later that year, Finck returned to Nine Inch Nails briefly to record 'The Fragile.'
In 2000, avant garde guitarist Buckethead joined Guns N' Roses.
The revised lineup returned to the stage in January of 2001 with two well-received concerts, one in Las Vegas and one in Rio de Janeiro. Consisting of Axl Rose, guitarists Buckethead, Robin Finck, and Paul Huge, bassist Tommy Stinson, keyboard players Dizzy Reed and Chris Pittman, and drummer Brain (formerly of Primus), the band played a mixture of old hits as well as new songs from their forthcoming album. The new lineup played two shows in Las Vegas at the end of 2001. During 2002, guitarist Paul Huge left the band and was replaced by Richard Fortus, formerly of the band Love Spit Love. The band then played several shows in August of 2002, headlining festivals and concerts in Asia and Europe, and then making their way to New York for a surprise appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards.
A U.S. tour, the band's first since 1993, was planned. The tour got off to a bad start. The opening show in Vancouver was cancelled by the venue due to Axl not showing up in a timely manner. A riot ensued. Subsequent shows went on as planned. The tour was met with mixed results. Some concerts in smaller markets did not sell out, while shows in larger markets such as New York and Boston sold out in minutes. Due to a no show by Axl in Philadelphia and the resulting riot by fans, Clear Channel, the tour's promoter, cancelled all remaining shows of the tour. As of February 2005 the band has not played a show since their December 5, 2002 concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Reports issued by the band in 2001 and 2002 claimed that Chinese Democracy was to be released later that year by Interscope/Geffen Records, with whom they had apparently patched up their differences (if any). It is set to release in 2005. Despite Rose's protests, legal and otherwise, Geffen released a greatest hits album on March 23rd. Similarly, Cleopatra records released 'Hollywood Rose: The Roots of Guns N' Roses' in early summer. Again, Rose failed to stop its release.
In 2002, Q magazine named Guns N' Roses in their list of the '50 Bands To See Before You Die', although this was as part of a sub-list of '5 Bands That Could Go Either Way'.
In March 2004 Buckethead left the band, causing Rose to cancel their May 30th appearance at Rock in Rio 4 in Lisbon, Portugal.
| Axl was 45 to day the 6th feb and still rocking hard|
*[[Axl Rose]] - lead vocals, piano (1985-present)
*[[Dizzy Reed]] - keyboards (1990-present)
*[[Robin Finck]] - lead guitar (1997-1999, 2000-present)
*[[Tommy Stinson]] - bass guitar (1998-present)
*[[Chris Pitman]] - keyboards, programming (1998-present)
*[[Bryan Mantia|Bryan "Brain" Mantia]] - drums (2000-present)
*[[Richard Fortus]] - rhythm guitar (2002-present)
*[[Bumblefoot|Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal]] - lead guitar (2006-present)
*[[Frank Ferrer]] - drums (2006-present
*Tracey Amos - backing vocals (1991-1993)
*[[Teddy Andreadis]] - harmonica, keyboards, backing vocals (1991-1993)
*Roberta Freeman - backing vocals (1991-1993)
*Diane Jones - backing vocals (1991-1993)
*Anne King - horns (1991-1993)
*Lisa Maxwell - horns (1991-1993)
*Cece Worrall - horns (1991-1993)
*[[Ole Beich]] - bass (1985)
*[[Rob Gardner]] - drums (1985)
*[[Tracii Guns]] - lead guitar (1985)
*[[Steven Adler]] - drums (1985-1990)
*[[Izzy Stradlin]] - rhythm guitar (1985-1991)
*[[Gilby Clarke]] - rhythm guitar (1991-1994)
*[[Slash (musician)|Slash]] - lead guitar (1985-1996)
*[[Matt Sorum]] - drums (1990-1997)
*[[Duff McKagan]] - bass (1985-199
*[[Josh Freese]] - drums (1997-2000)
*[[Paul Tobias]] - rhythm guitar (1994-2002)
*[[Buckethead]] - lead guitar (2000-2004)
*1988 - Best New Artist - [[MTV Video Music Awards]] ("Welcome to the Jungle")
*1989 - Favorite Pop/Rock Single - [[American Music Awards]] ("Sweet Child O' Mine")
*1989 - Best Heavy Metal Video - [[MTV Video Music Awards]] ("Sweet Child O' Mine")
*1990 - Favorite Heavy Metal/Hard Rock Artist - [[American Music Awards]]
*1990 - Favorite Heavy Metal/Hard Rock Album - [[American Music Awards]] (Appetite for Destruction)
*1992 - Favorite Heavy Metal/Hard Rock Artist - [[American Music Awards]]
*1992 - Video Vanguard - [[MTV Video Music Awards]]
*1992 - Best Cinematography - [[MTV Video Music Awards]] ("November Rain")
*1993 - Best Selling Hard Rock Artist - [[World Music Awards]]