Chinese democracy

Chinese democracy

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15 years after the last cover album and 17 after "Use your illusion", "Chinese democracy" - mocked as a running gag for a long time - finally appeared. With a new line-up and guitar player Bumblefoot Axl Rose managed to create a modern, epic (Hard) Rock opus.

General

Item no. 437835
Musical Genre Hard Rock
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Guns N' Roses
Product type CD
Release date 22/11/2008
Gender Unisex

CD 1

  • 1.
    Chinese Democracy
  • 2.
    Shackler's Revenge
  • 3.
    Better
  • 4.
    Street Of Dreams
  • 5.
    If The World
  • 6.
    There Was A Time
  • 7.
    Catcher In The Rye
  • 8.
    Scraped
  • 9.
    Riad N' The Bedouins
  • 10.
    Sorry
  • 11.
    I.R.S.
  • 12.
    Madagascar
  • 13.
    This I Love
  • 14.
    Prostitute

by Thomas Clausen (09.01.2009) Ladies and gentlemen, he’s back in the ring: W. Axl Rose, bigmouth coke kingpin of Hollywood’s Sunset Strip – and with his myth-laden Hard Rock monster "Chinese democracy", he’s teaching the world a well-deserved lesson in cockiness. Rumours were flying about the most delayed and, above all, also most expensive album ever – yet it’s incredible but true that this long period of waiting has indeed paid off. After almost 17 years, having burnt more than one hundred millions of Dollars for production, the eccentric G N’R pioneer and his fresh team are out and about almost with the old and well-known delusions of grandeur, including lots of those Rock’n’Roll excesses we all have missed so much, wonderfully kitschy cry-your-eyes-out ballads, and this trademark "fuck you all" attitude of the bandana icon who has left his tight stretchy pants behind and goes for a tight and stretchy face expression instead now (courtesy of Botox…). And even if such famous guys like Slash or Duff have long left the boat – Axl is still Axl, anytime: with all his vanity and extravagance, but with all his brilliancy and his knack for the perfect song, too. And maybe even for another milestone.