GN'R's Rose Seeks Ownership of all Band's Works



Axl Rose filed court papers Friday asking a federal judge to affirm that he has "ownership of all creative works" stemming from his days fronting the

Former lead singer of Guns N' Roses, Axl Rose, has on Friday March 3rd, 2006 filed court papers asking a federal judge to affirm that he has "ownership of all creative works" starting from the day he fronted the legendary rock band.

The legal action taken by Rose presumably is part of his long-running dispute with former guitarist Slash and bassist Michael McKagan. "Axl regrets having to spend time and energy on these distractions," Rose's attorney Howard Weitzman said in a statement, "but he has a responsibility to protect the Guns N' Roses legacy and expose the truth."

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