Re-recording of 'Sweet Child O' Mine' features debut of post-Slash band...

Guns N’ Roses return before the end of the decade with a re-recorded version of ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’, used at the end of the new Adam Sandler comedy Big Daddy.

The track uses a live version of the song recorded on the band’s last European tour before going into a new version recorded by the new G’N’R lineup.

The band – which is essentially just Axl Rose without any original Gunners – are still supposed to release their long overdue album, provisionally entitled ‘2000 Intentions’ before the end of the year.


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