One developer and statistics pro has turned his eye to what makes up the music of Guns N' Roses, proving that when it comes to 80s rock, the hair was high, but the standard deviations were higher.
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Kevin Cogill avoids jail time after agreeing to tell authorities where he obtained songs he uploaded to his Web site.
A promotion related to the band's newly released album crashes the drink maker's Web site--and the band is ready to pop over a giveaway it wasn't involved with.
Members of the social-networking site will be able to listen to the band's new album for free online before it goes on sale next week.
Los Angeles-area music blogger has allegedly admitted to streaming tracks of an unreleased Guns N' Roses album on his site.
"Shacklers' Revenge," a long-awaited song from the '80s band, will make its debut on the MTV video game.
The B-52s, Guns 'n' Roses, and Metallica are still big news in the world of vinyl.
Google shuts down Lively, Guns N' Roses is launching its album on MySpace, and a look at the new BlackBerry Storm. For real this time!
Sharing nine songs from the upcoming Guns N' Roses album could cost Kevin Cogill a year in prison.
Are Justin and Wilson offended by the title of the new Guns N Roses album? Can Chinese people really nap anywhere? How many poo-poo jokes can we make in one episode? Find the answers on today's show.