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Duff McKagan on New Guns N’ Roses Album: ‘Oh, It’s Real’

Duff McKagan on New Guns N’ Roses Album: ‘Oh, It’s Real’
Duff McKagan is the latest Guns N’ Roses member to promise that, following their reunion tour, a new album from the band is in the works.

In an interview with Trunk Nation Friday, the bassist revealed that he has heard some of Axl Rose-penned music earmarked for Guns N’ Roses’ first LP since 2008’s Chinese Democracy, and the first Gn’R album with McKagan and Slash since 1993’s The Spaghetti Incident?

“Oh, it’s real, but the fun part and the cool part about Guns N’ Roses is we
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Axl Rose’s First New Song in a Decade Features Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes — Watch

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Axl Rose’s First New Song in a Decade Features Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes — Watch
Axl Rose has released his first new song in more than 10 years, but neither Slash nor anyone else in Guns N’ Roses is anywhere to be found. Rather, “Rock the Rock” made its premiere on an episode of “New Looney Tunes” with a backup band led by Bugs Bunny and Porky Pig. Watch and listen below if you don’t want 2008’s long-delayed “Chinese Democracy” to be the last time you hear Rose’s vocal stylings.

Rob Janas and Joshua Funk of “Looney Tunes” wrote the track, which clocks in at just over two minutes and was first heard on last month’s “Armageddon Outta Here, Part Two.” Per the title, its rock-and-roll power is used by Axl and his band to stave off an asteroid hurtling toward earth; clearly these “New Looney Tunes” have a near-utopian view of music’s ability to bind us together and, indeed, save the world.
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Hear Axl Rose’s First New Song in 10 Years, ‘Rock the Rock’

Hear Axl Rose’s First New Song in 10 Years, ‘Rock the Rock’
Following weeks of speculation, Axl Rose has officially released “Rock the Rock,” his first new song in over a decade. The song, and Rose himself in cartoon form, appear in an episode of New Looney Tunes.

The episode, titled “Armageddon Outta Here, Part Two,” previously broadcasted in late-December, but Boomerang, the network that airs the animated series, confirmed the Guns N’ Roses singer’s involvement Friday.

“Rock the Rock” – which sounds more like Rose’s side project AC/DC than Guns N’ Roses – finds the singer and the Looney Tunes
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Boomerang Sweepstakes: Enter To Win a One-Year Subscription to the Cartoon Service

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Boomerang Sweepstakes: Enter To Win a One-Year Subscription to the Cartoon Service
There’s nothing quite like curling up in front of the television early on a Saturday morning and watching your favorite cartoons with a bowl of cereal when you’re a child. And if you’re still those longing for the nostalgia of yesteryears, where Scooby-Doo solved mysteries and Yogi Bear stole plenty of picnic baskets, you’re in luck thanks to Boomerang.

Boomerang is a premium video streaming subscription service that features some classic cartoon favorites, including “Scooby-Doo,” “Tom & Jerry,” “Bugs Bunny,” “The Flintstones,” and “The Jetsons.” Boomerang is also the exclusive home to new originals like “Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz” and “Wacky Races,” and new seasons of fan-favorites “New Looney Tunes,” “Bunnicula” and more. Know someone who might love Boomerang? You can also gift an annual subscription for just $39.99.

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Just in time for the holidays,
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Meet the Fearsome Foursome who Challenge the Caped Crusaders

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The spotlight shines on far more than the core trio of iconic stars of Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders. With the likes of primetime television veterans Steven Weber and Thomas Lennon leading the way, the full-length animated feature film boasts a supporting cast of notable voices from across all entertainment mediums and some of the best-loved animated properties.

Adam West (Batman), Burt Ward (Robin) and Julie Newmar (Catwoman) own top billing, but Weber (Wings, iZombie, NCIS: New Orleans) and Lennon (The Odd Couple, Reno 911!) – as trustworthy butler Alfred Pennyworth and Chief O’Hara, respectively – headline an impressive array of actors who were excited to give voice to a role in a Batman film.

In addition to Weber and Lennon, the cast includes:

Jeff Bergman as the Joker and the revered Announcer. Bergman is well known as a voice of Bugs Bunny for more than a quarter of a century
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Full Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders Voice Cast Announced

Full Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders Voice Cast Announced
The spotlight shines on far more than the core trio of iconic stars of Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders. With the likes of primetime television veterans Steven Weber and Thomas Lennon leading the way, the full-length animated feature film boasts a supporting cast of notable voices from across all entertainment mediums and some of the best-loved animated properties. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has also released five new photos offering our first look at new characters in the animated movie.

Adam West (Batman), Burt Ward (Robin) and Julie Newmar (Catwoman) own top billing, but Weber (Wings, iZombie, NCIS: New Orleans) and Lennon (The Odd Couple, Reno 911!) - as trustworthy butler Alfred Pennyworth and Chief O'Hara, respectively - headline an impressive array of actors who were excited to give voice to a role in a Batman film. In addition to Weber and Lennon, the cast includes Jeff Bergman as the Joker and the revered Announcer.
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