I am a huge huge Guns N Roses fan and its a landmark day in the history of this band. Axl Rose and Guns N’ Roses fans are finally getting their first official taste of Chinese Democracy.
According to the band spokesperson label, Interscope/Geffen, the title track from GN’R’s too-much-delayed, 17-years-in-the-making follow-up to 1991’s Use Your Illusion albums, “Chinese Democracy,” was made available for download to U.S. radio outlets first thing Wednesday morning (October 22), and already, stations like New York’s Q104.3 are spinning the tune â€” which is almost five minutes long â€” and have posted it on their Web sites.
The track is a riff-heavy rocker that begins with eerie, soaring guitars and Rose’s trademark squeal before launching into an infectious mind bending chorus. At first, Rose’s voice sounds, which has become markedly deeper, than it does on some of GNR’s most famous songs, but returns to its high-pitched greatness sporadically throughout the tune. The song ends with a quick explosion, which slowly trails off into silence.
I haven’t had the chance to listent to it but you can bet its going to be available on internet, youtube etc. So how did you like the song. Like ’em apples?