Former GUNS N' ROSES Members To Guest On MARK LANEGAN's Solo Album

May 10, 2003

Former GUNS N' ROSES members Duff McKagan (bass) and Izzy Stradlin (guitar) are among the featured guests on the upcoming solo album from QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE/ex-SCREAMING TREES singer Mark Lanegan. The record, titled "Bubblegum", was produced by Chris Goss (MASTERS OF REALITY) and is set to surface this fall through Beggar's Banquet Records. Also appearing on the CD are QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE frontman Josh Homme (on drums),QUEENS bassist/vocalist Nick Oliveri, Dave, Molly and Adam from THE EARTHLINGS, Bret Netson from CAUSTIC RESIN, PJ Harvey, Greg Dulli from the AFGHAN WHIGS, Larry Wilcox, Hutch, Dean Ween and Aldo from MILLIONAIRE. Listen to the track "Hit The City" in Real Audio at this location.

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