The Guns N' Roses frontman was answering fans' questions on a number of message board sites when he acknowledged that there is additional material that could potentially be released in the LP's wake.
Rose wrote: "For now we'll concentrate and keep our focus on this album, but I will say I've always thought of it as a double."
He went on to speak about why the original lineup broke apart and a lawsuit brought by Duff McKagan and Slash. "What I can say now is you've been told a lot of things in order for others to promote themselves that factually they cannot back up in regard to either," Rose said. "They are complicated legally, financially and have devoured a good portion of my life."
Rose failed to address why Chinese Democracy, which was more than ten years in the making, took so long.