'Terminator 3' Composer Provides Orchestral Arrangements For New GUNS N' ROSES Album

Legendary Italian film composer Marco Beltrami ("Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines", "Resident Evil", "Scream", "Blade 2") has provided orchestral arrangements for four tracks that are tentatively set to appear on the much-anticipated new GUNS N' ROSES album, "Chinese Democracy".

According to Beltrami's official web site, MarcoBeltrami.com, the four cuts the composer was asked to work on are as follows:

01. Seven
02. Leave Me Alone
03. General
04. Thyme

As previously reported, "Chinese Democracy" is now not expected to surface until this fall. The CD will feature the band's first new music since "Oh My God", the group's contribution to the soundtrack to the 1999 movie "End Of Days".

GUNS N' ROSES' last studio album was a covers album, "The Spaghetti Incident?" , which was released in 1993.


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