Friday, August 29, 2008

Here Today (God Only Knows)

Judge Says Arrest of Chinese Democracy Leaker Was “Dramatic”

In his hearing this week, a judge questioned the necessity of arresting Guns N’ Roses leaker Kevin Cogill, calling it “too dramatic.”

The man who posted nine songs from the previously unheard sessions for the forever-in-production Chinese Democracy was shown some leniency by the court as the presiding judge felt the proposed $50,000 bail was excessive and noted that a court summons would have been sufficient.

Instead, as Cogill’s girlfriend Shana told Rolling Stone, “They put him in handcuffs. They let me get him a shirt, and shoes without any laces before they took him away.” Cogill has a preliminary hearing scheduled for September 17, and if he’s found guilty of violating federal copyright law, he faces up to five years in prison.

I Still Think It's Royston Langdon

Duff McKagan of Velvet Revolver told This is Nottingham that "We have a singer we've been working with for a couple of months and he's actually a product of your fair country [UK] — but I won't say who. But we've also had a very interesting call from someone who's a big, big name, so it would be amazing if that worked out. Slash and I have been fighting adversity our whole careers, so the scenario of upheaval is nothing new."


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