viernes, 16 de enero de 2009

BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, OPETH, LACUNA COIL, TRIVIUM Members Weigh In On 'Chinese Democracy'

BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, OPETH, LACUNA COIL,
TRIVIUM Members Weigh In On 'Chinese Democracy'

A four-minute video clip featuring members of BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, TRIVIUM, MASTODON, LACUNA COIL, OPETH and AMON AMARTH, among others, offering their opinions on the title from the newly released GUNS N' ROSES album "Chinese Democracy" can be viewed on the Metal Hammer web site. it can also be seen below.

According to Hits Daily Double, the companion web site of music industry tip sheet HITS, first-week U.S. sales prognostications for "Chinese Democracy" are ranging anywhere from 300,000 to 500,000 (including a reported 25,000 downloads at iTunes). Thanks to a recent controversial Nielsen SoundScan ruling about counting digital sales, "Chinese Democracy" will not debut on this week's The Billboard 200 chart, but the following week, December 3.

In other news, GUNS N' ROSES' free MySpace streaming premiere of "Chinese Democracy" attracted 8,429,387 plays in its first four days on the site, more than half a million ahead of the previous record-holder, BEYONCE, after being up half the time.

"Chinese Democracy" went on sale on Sunday exclusively at Best Buy for $11.99 on CD, and $19.99 for the two-record LP, which also includes a code to download the music for free.

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