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Chinese Democracy album for sale by Guns N' Roses was released on the Geffen label. Like the hard-rock equivalent of Brian Wilson's SMILE, Guns N' Roses' CHINESE DEMOCRACY was one of the greatest records that never was--a project more fable than fact, more speculation than actualization. Created over 15 years with countless producers and musicians, the album often seemed as if it would remain forever mired in the swamps of Axl Rose's legendarily unpredictable personality. Chinese Democracy CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs. ...See Full Description
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Guns N' Roses - Chinese Democracy Album Track Listing
|1||Chinese Democracy See All 4||4:41|| $1.29|
|2||Shackler's Revenge See All 4||3:36|| $1.29|
|3||Better See All 4 ||4:57|| $1.29|
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|4||Street Of Dreams See All 4||4:46|| $0.99|
|5||If the World See All 4 ||4:53|| $0.99|
|6||There Was a Time See All 4||6:40|| $0.99|
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|7||Catcher in the Rye See All 4||5:53|| $0.99|
|8||Scrapped ||3:30|| $0.99|
|9||Riad N' The Bedouins See All 4||4:10|| $0.99|
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|10||Sorry See All 4 ||6:14|| $0.99|
|11||I.R.S. See All 4 ||4:28|| $0.99|
|12||Madagascar See All 4 ||5:38|| $0.99|
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|13||This I Love See All 4 ||5:34|| $0.99|
|14||Prostitute See All 4||6:14|| $0.99|
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i wish all the haters of axl and this new album would stop claiming to be "real" guns fans. if you don't like the album stop your bitching and go back to slash's and duff's crappy solo albums. you can also throw velvet in that group too. i think this is one of the best Gn'R albums EVER made but then again i'm not stuck in 87'. lol. most of the epic songs have a very strong queen and pink floyd sound to it. also has some interesting industrial/hard rock sound. slash is not missed here w/axl's guitar assault lead by buckethead and company. of course axl has a new sound but overall keeps that true guns sound. once again. if you're still trash talking axl and this album, please jump ship and stop claiming to be a fan. go back to your velvet albums if you think they are so amazing. better yet, buy the new scott weiland album and support a junkie w/no talent. lmao. this is a real rock album that kills anything in the top40.
By Patrick (montgomery,AL)
||AXL PULL THIS ONE OFF|
i'm bold enough to say this album along w/the 1st album are the best guns albums ever made. this album sounds like what axl wanted while making "use your illusions" albums. actually this cd is better than most of both of the illusions cd's but more edge. slash is not missed with axls guitar assault. too many great songs to list and talk about. well worth a listen.
By gummy bear (ATL,GA)
||better than that VR crap|
this is the 1st true top40 rock album i've liked since the 90's. you know. back when people played hard rock and could actually play mind blowing solos. i would have to say that this album comes in a close 2nd behind "appetite." if you're a studio guy like me its actually their best album as far as production value and overall use of pro-tools. its hard to pick out a few songs cause' the body of work is so good. i could see "I.R. S." and "better" as singles. "street of dreams" starts off like a balled then it blows up into a epic Queen type feel. "sorry" is awesome and has great lyrical content. "madagascar" blows me away with its huge sound and killer solos. "there was a time" is one of my favs on the album also. bucketheads solos will leave you melting. while several other lead guitarist get in line to shred your speakers. slash and izzy are not missed. such as duff. tommy stinson is just as solid as a bass player. i'm not talking trash about slash and izzy but they are not as good as these players or open minded. this is no doubt the strongest guitar driven album lead by AXL. i would also like to bring up the fact that slash,izzy,duff, and matt walked out on the entire Gn'R project. on the guns website axl spoke of having izzy and slash play on this album and go on tour. they both declined. "they should of known better."
By who cares (applebottom,AL)
||Worth The Wait & Then Some|
This cd is just as good as any previous GNR release (and of course better than the Spagetti Monster Incident). The music progression is something to appreciate. While the delay in this release has taken away some of the innovative status of this release there are several aspects of the songs that are both innovative to this date and can only be done by Axl Rose. Also, while I love both guitarists I have to say that Buckethead is a level up over Slash. The last thing I have to say is that with this release Axl proved that he alone IS GUNS N ROSES.
By Miggie (Boston, MA)
First of all, I don't care who you are. No cd is worth waiting 14 years for it. But and I mean a big but. This is one damn great cd. You can take every song by Velvet Revolver and stick it where the sun don't shine. Been playing this cd for a solid week and it just gets better and better. Great vocals , terrific guitar playing. Great harmonies , and great songs. What more could you ask for. Buy it because it will be a classic.
By Billybam111 (BALTIMORE. MD.)
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Chinese Democracy songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7802454|
|Producer||Chris Pittman; Eric Caudieux; Sean Beavan; Axl Rose; Caram Costanzo|
|Engineer||Chris Pittman; Jan Petrov; Vanessa Parr; James Musshorn; Jeremy Blair; Critter; Shinnosuke Miyazawa; Alessandro V. Perrota; Joe Peluso; Christian Baker; Bryan Mantia; Isaac Abolin; Justin Walden; Greg Morgenstein; Andy Gwynn; Brian Monteath; Erich Tabala; Xavier Albira; Dror Mohar; John Beene; Paul Payne; Dave Dominguez; Dizzy Reed; Eric Caudieux; Bob Koszela; Donald Clark; John OMahony; Jose Borges; Jeff Robinette; Mark Gray; Ok Hee Kim; Pete Scaturro; Rail Rogut; Sean Beavan; Shawn Berman; Axl|
|Recording Time||71 minutes|
|Personnel||Roy Thomas Baker||