According to the web site of the Philadelphia radio station WYSP 94.1, "new GUNS N' ROSES" music — presumably taken from the band's long-awaited Chinese Democracy album — will be premiered via the station very soon.
As previously reported, it is strongly rumored that the album's first single, "Catcher In The Rye", will surface on November 25th, with an accompanying video to be filmed in the next four weeks prior to the start of the band's North American tour, which is scheduled to kick off on November 7th in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Chinese Democracy will reportedly contain 18 tracks, including three of the four new songs aired during the band's recent live performances — "Madagascar", "Chinese Democracy" and "The Blues". The latter cut is also said to have been tentatively tapped as the album's second single, to be released sometime in early 2003.
No official release date has yet been announced for Chinese Democracy, but unconfirmed reports suggest that December 3rd or 10th are being thrown around as the most likely possibilities, with the European release set to take place one day earlier.
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