A blogger who leaked new Guns N' Roses tracks before their official release date was sentenced to two months of home confinement yesterday, according to Reuters. Kevin Cogill, who posted the stolen music on antiquiet.com, was also slapped with one year's probation and is required to appear in an anti-piracy commercial under the deal he made with federal prosecutors. The Guns N' Roses release, titled "Chinese Democracy," is the band's first new album in 17 years.
Jul 15 2009 06:55 AM ET
Guns N' Roses: Blogger sentenced for leaking new tracks
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