"Shackler's Revenge" was only seeking vengeance because it was lonely -- but, no longer. Next week's Rock Band Weekly will be Guns N' Roses' Chinese Democracy album, the groups first album in ... 15 years. The album has gone on to sell 3 million copies and is now ready to pick a couple more wallets in its Rock Band incarnation.

Guns N' Roses' Chinese Democracy (1600 / $20 -- 200 Wii points apiece)
  • "Chinese Democracy" (160 / $2)
  • "Better" (160 / $2)
  • "Street of Dreams" (160 / $2)
  • "If the World" (160 / $2)
  • "There Was a Time" (160 / $2)
  • "Catcher in the Rye" (160 / $2)
  • "Scraped" (160 / $2)
  • "Riad N' the Bedouins" (160 / $2)
  • "Sorry" (160 / $2)
  • "I.R.S." (160 / $2)
  • "Madagascar" (160 / $2)
  • "This I Love" (160 / $2)
  • "Prostitute" (160 / $2)
All tracks are masters and will be available for Xbox 360 and Wii next Tuesday. PS3 owners can download the album on Thursday.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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