This does not bode well for the rest of the 'Chinese Democracy' world tour.
In baring his Christian nipples, Stapp carries on a long tradition in music.
Also, Alec Baldwin spelled "hederaceous," and more celebrity achievements, in today's gossip roundup.
The sample was provided "by a member of the album's production team who has assured us that these few seconds of sound were obtained legitimately."
Which would be a far better punishment if we believed the blogger in question ever left his home anyway.
And not only that: It seems it's going to run for a long, long time.
Axl Rose: "In a nutshell, personally I consider him a cancer."
And speaks and speaks and speaks. We kid, it's actually great to finally hear his thoughts on 'Chinese Democracy'!
After being missing for the better part of these past fifteen years, cornrowed recluse Axl Rose has finally turned up — on the Internet!
Plus: 'Chinese Democracy' not yet done?
That's what 'Page Six' thinks. Plus, the bus that smells like pot on West 48th Street is Willie Nelson's. In the gossip roundup.
Was it intentional sabotage on the part of a company that didn't want to follow through with an expensive promotion? Or just general Web-based incompetence?
It's good — but not quite perfect.
If you're not yet sure about committing 100 MB of your hard drive to an album that Axl Rose labored over for thirteen years, you can now stream it on MySpace.
We guess this means Axl actually has to release this thing now!
There was a time when our nation could believe in a soda company's solemn promise to deliver a free can of its beverage to every man, woman, and child in America.
We'd love to say something funny here, but, like everyone else, we ran out of 'Chinese Democracy' jokes in 2003.