Former GUNS N' ROSES Guitarist Welcomes Addition To Family, GNR MP3s Hit The Web

Former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Slash and wife Perla welcomed their first child yesterday. London Emilio Hudson weighed in at 9 lb 4oz and is said to have his Daddy's curly hair.

In related news, check out this photo of Axl Rose taken at the Summer Sonic Festival in Japan.

In other GNR-related news, there are two MP3s from GUNS N' ROSES' performance at the Leeds festival that can be found on Gustavo's Don't Cry website. One is very short rant from Axl and the other one is "Welcome To The Jungle". You can find the same rant and "…Junge" at along with "It's So Easy", and a longer rant. That site is also hosting 24 seconds of "Madagascar" from Pukkelpop. Buckethead's solo and "The Blues" are hosted by Finally there is a MP3 of "Chinese Democracy" from Docklands. In addition, there is a short movie of Axl walking backstage at the Pukkelpop Festival which you can download here.

(Thanks: The Lost Rose)


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