SLASH Featured On New RIHANNA Album
According to RollingStone.com, former GUNS N' ROSES and current VELVET REVOLVER axeman Slash has contributed guitar to the appropriately titled "Rockstar 101" song on the new Rihanna album "Rated R", due out November 23.
Fans who pre-order "Rated R" — starting midnight November 3, at the iTunes store — will receive an instant download of the Ne-Yo-penned first single "Russian Roulette".
The iTunes version of "Rated R" will also include director Anthony Mandler's exclusive cut of the two videos he directed, "Wait Your Turn" and "Russian Roulette".
"Rated R" track listing:
01. Mad House
02. Wait Your Turn
03. Hard (featuring Young Jeezy)
04. Stupid In Love
05. Rockstar 101 (featuring Slash)
06. Russian Roulette
07. Fire Bomb
08. Rude Boy
09. Photographs (featuring will.i.am)
11. Te Amo
12. Cold Case Love
13. The Last Song
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