THE OFFSPRING Have No Intention Of Backing Down From Using 'Chinese Democracy' Title
Despite receiving a cease-and-desist order from lawyers for GUNS N' ROSES singer Axl Rose, THE OFFSPRING have announced plans to indeed title their next release "Chinese Democracy" — the same name as the long-awaited GN'R album. "Axl ripped off my braids, so I ripped off his album title," declared THE OFFSPRING singer Dexter Holland on the band's official web site. "You snooze, you lose." "Chinese Democracy", THE OFFSPRING's seventh album, is currently being recorded in Los Angeles with producer Brendan O'Brien. The follow-up to "Conspiracy Of One" is scheduled for release in early summer.
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