That is truly Chinese Democracy!

Blogger arrested over leaked Chinese Democracy tracks
U.S. federal authorities have arrested a Los Angeles-area blogger accused of posting leaked tracks from the forthcoming Guns N’ Roses album online.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation said its agents arrested 27-year-old Kevin Cogill, operator of the Antiquiet blog, on Wednesday morning on suspicion of violating federal copyright laws.
Cogill posted nine tracks from the long-awaited Chinese Democracy album on his site in June, but removed them shortly afterward, according to an arrest affidavit.
The website received so many hits that it crashed.
In the past, the band’s eccentric frontman Axl Rose has said that Chinese Democracy is complete. Its release is expected this fall, about 14 years since the last Guns N’ Roses album.
In July, video game developers Harmonix and MTV Games announced that Shacklers’ Revenge, a track from Chinese Democracy, would debut on its much-anticipated title Rock Band 2 this fall.