The track comes off the synth-pop trio's remake of the entire 'Appetite for Destruction' -- another daring stunt by frontman Mark Mallman.
Almost fully recovered from his 78-hour Marathon 3 concert, Mark Mallman is going straight into another dangerous stunt.
His synth-pop revisionist trio Ruby Isle is releasing its long-in-the-works remake of Guns N' Roses' entire "Appetite for Destruction" album next Tuesday. The daring part, of course, lies in the fact that the band doesn't have any kind of permission from Axl Rose and his protective posse of attorneys. Thus, no one knows how long the record will actually be available, nor what kind of jail sentence Mallman might be in for.
The disc includes a guest appearance by Har Mar Superstar on (what else?) "Sweet Child o' Mine" as well as vocals by French singer Nicole Godiva of Waxx Maxx. A video for "Mr. Brownstone" has also been made with Dozer the Doggy Bounce Dog of "Flight of the Conchords."
Look for leaks throughout the week at www.mallman.com. We got our hands on one of the tracks -- maybe the track -- "Welcome to the Jungle," which of course kicks off the album.
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