Singer Axl Rose, the only remaining original member of L.A.
metal-poppers Guns n' Roses, is back in the studio, working on a
new album with former Nine Inch Nails guitarist Robin
Finck and former Replacements bassist and current
Perfect frontman Tommy Stinson. Geffen Home Video,
meanwhile, is set to release the video collection "Welcome to the
Video" on Tuesday. The 70-minute, 13-song anthology spans the band's
entire career to date, starting with "Welcome to the Jungle" (1987)
and continuing through its most recent song, "Since I Don't Have You," a
cover of the Skyliners hit, from Gn'R's most recent studio
effort, The Spaghetti Incident (1993).