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Tuesday, 15 July 2008 07:16

Guns N? Roses to appear in Rock Band 2

Written by David Stellmack

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Shacklers Revenge from Chinese Democracy selected

It seems that every band is now trying to do a deal to get their music out to the kids that are buying the music, and using Guitar Hero and Rock Band has been a great vehicle to do this.

It comes as no surprise that Guns N’ Roses will use Rock Band 2 as a platform to help launch the much delayed Chinese Democracy album with the release of the track called Shacklers Revenge that will appear in the game.

While we don’t yet know all of the details on the upcoming release of Chinese Democracy, we do know that the track will appear in Rock Band 2 when it is released this fall. According to reports, the album is finally finished and the appearance of the track in Rock Band 2 is just part of the promotion machine that is being cranked up for the release of the actual album.

Reports suggest that the record company has a lot of money to recover on Chinese Democracy and is desperate to do everything possible to make it a hit.

Last modified on Tuesday, 15 July 2008 14:57
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