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March 16th, 2004
GUNS N' ROSES Bassist Sets Release Date For Solo Debut + STEVEN ADLER Comments On Tour Cancellation
GUNS N' ROSES bassist Tommy Stinson has set a July 27 release date through Sanctuary Records for his debut solo album.

The founding REPLACEMENTS member told Billboard.com last summer that he recorded the material for the set in a Los Angeles studio owned by Charles Thompson (a.k.a. Frank Black) with contributions from A PERFECT CIRCLE drummer Josh Freese, his brother Jason Freese on saxophone, CATHOLICS guitarist Dave Philips, and GNR guitarist Richard Fortus and keyboardist Dizzy Reed.

The track listing for the album is as follows:

01. Without a View
02. Moment Too Soon
03. Someday
04. Something's Wrong
05. Motivation
06. Village Gorilla Head
07. Hey You
08. Bite Your Tongue
09. Light of Day
10. O.K.
11. Couldn't Wait

GUNS N' ROSES will perform at Portugal's Rock in Rio-Lisbon festival as a main-stage headliner on May 30.

Former GUNS N' ROSES/current ADLER'S APPETITE drummer Steven Adler has commented on the recent cancellation of ADLER'S APPETITE's mini-tour with EVERY MOTHER'S NIGHTMARE after their contract with the tour's promoter was allegedly "not honored."

In a posting to The Official Steven Adler Fan Site, Adler said, "We had a bus for two days, the promoter sent the bus company two different checks, both of them bounced. The bus driver left us in bum fuck Louisiana, Baton Rouge, at some hotel. We got a mobile home, which I thought we were going to die in. College Station, Texas, we did the show there and there was another bus driver. When we got back to the hotel the bus driver says, 'Well, we got some bad checks from the promoter, I'm outta here!' And it was another bus company completely! The promoter never paid us all the money that he was supposed to, like $2,700, if not more. We had two more shows to do. We didn't get any money that night from playing College Station, so how could we continue and finish the last shows? Please tell the fans that I am so sorry to those who we cancelled on. Maybe we shouldn't be playing the States for a long, long time unless it's somethin' big. Not like in Europe. God, every show was a sellout, and there would still be people outside wanting to get in! I had the greatest birthday ever in Spain. Like three-fourths into the set, these girls came out with a big cake and ten $200 bottles of champagne. The whole place sang 'Happy Birthday' to me, it was so great! Thank you to all the fans who wished me a happy birthday, definitely makes up for some of the most shitty ones I've had in the last ten years!"

Source(s): http://www.roadrun.com/blabbermouth.net/  
Thanks to: Anythinggoes, Lucio 
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