A 50-second audio sample of the new GUNS N' ROSES single is available for streaming below. It can also be found at 93rock.com (scroll down).
"Chinese Democracy", the title track of the group's long-delayed new album, is set to impact at radio tomorrow (Wednesday, October 22). The track will be available to download by U.S. radio outlets at 5 a.m. ET Wednesday morning. The 50-second snippet was released today as a teaser via Digital Media Distribution System (DMDS), which allows record labels to send music and promotional materials directly to radio stations securely and cost effectively.
BestBuy.com will exclusively carry "Chinese Democracy" in the U.S. starting on November 23. A pre-order page for the long-delayed release was posted at the site on Wednesday (October 15), although the pre-order option was later taken off. The page lists 14 song titles for the record, 11 of which have either been played live or leaked online over the past few years. The Pulse of Radio reports that one of those, "Street of Dreams", was previously known as "The Blues", while three titles, "Scraped", "Sorry" and "Prostitute", have not been heard anywhere.
There has still not been an official announcement regarding the November 23 arrival date for the record.
So i heard the song a couple of times already this morning on a few different stations. It was exciting to hear it actually on the radio.