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Guns N' Roses - Chinese Democracy

By CrpnDeth, Staff Photographer/Writer
Saturday, November 29, 2008 @ 9:06 AM


Was it worth the hype?

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Submitted by Jenna Williams, The Scream Queen

If you have never heard any songs by Guns Ní Roses prior to Chinese Democracy, then you might as well rate it with at least 4 out of 5. However, if youíve been a die-hard fan since their first studio released album Appetite for Destruction, you may find yourself disappointed and angry that itís not at all of what you expected.

Itís hard to compare Guns Ní Roses newest studio album Chinese Democracy, to anything from before 1991 because there is no doubt that it differs dramatically. The album has tracks with bluesy guitar solos, rhythmic/techno beats, a mature sounding Axl Rose, and even some tastes of funk mixed in. It leaves you with hints of the old Guns N Roses with songs like Street of Dreams and Sorry, as well as innovating notions of what could be waiting in the future, such as Better and If the World. Each song you listen to will have a definite new surprise.

Although, this may be ďGuns Ní RosesĒ the overall instrumentals and modernized sound may as well confirm what it says on GunsNRoses.com Ė Axl Rose and Company, which should be the real title of the CD.

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