It appear that a new Guns N' Roses track from their ridiculously long awaited new album "Chinese Democracy" has been leaked online, sparking rumours that the record may be released in the near future, reports Xfm.
The new song entitled "Irs" was first played on New York radio station 102.7 WNEW by rock DJ Eddie Trunk last August, but since they stopped it being played there has been no word of any release or new album material from the Guns N' Roses management.
Now however, a version of the track has surfaced online on numerous Guns N' Roses fansites and messageboards. The song includes the chorus Gonna call the President, Gonna call myself a Private eye, Gonna need the IRS, Gonna get the FBI and sounds not dissimilar to vintage GNR (albeit slightly less sleazy).
The leak and rumoured emergence of other new tracks "Madagascar" and "The Blues" have all sparked rumours that the new GNR album "Chinese Democracy" will get a release sometime in the near future, with some reports claiming that the album will finally hit stores in November this year.
Axl Rose - a near recluse - has been working on the new record for over seven years and the record has reportedly cost $13 million to make so far.
Here's a rumoured tracklist for the album, according to Xfm.co.uk:
01. "Chinese Democracy" 02. "This I Love" 03. "I.R.S." 04. "Thyme" 05. "Substitute" 06. "The General" 07. "Seven" 08. "Madagascar" 09. "Ides Of March" 10. "Catcher In The Rye" 11. "Leave Me Alone" 12. "The Blues" 13. "Closing In On You" 14. "There Was A Time (TWAT)"