David Kravets of Wired.com reports that a Los Angeles man who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of uploading pre-release GUNS N' ROSES tracks was handed one year probation and two months' home confinement Tuesday after agreeing to cooperate with the Recording Industry Association of America to produce an anti-piracy message.
June 2009Steve doesn't like Chinese DemocracyThis guy... I never really liked him. Anyway, this is what drummer Steve told Kosta Linardos of Australia's Beat magazine what has been and what is coming:
Beat: Did you enjoy Chinese Democracy?
Adler: “Not one bit. I didn’t recognise Axl’s voice on it. There’s occasional parts where he does his loud scream but I didn’t even know it was him. “
One word comes to my mind: jealousy.
"Harmonix and MTV Games announced today that Chinese Democracy, the sixth and most recent album from Guns N’ Roses, will be released in its entirety to theRock Band® Music Store catalog of downloadable content on April 14, 2009"
source: gunsnroses.com, rockband.com/news
Low-res images used here constitute fair use, according to U.S. laws.March, April 2009
Only here, the place where you get what you are looking for.