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Guns N’ Roses’ arrangement to sell their new album, Chinese Democracy, exclusively through Best Buy retail stores in the States appears to have backfired.
Axl Rose has returned to the Internet for the second time in the past week, as the reclusive Guns N’ Roses mainman answered more fans’ questions online.
Negative reviews aren’t scaring Noel Gallagher off from hearing Guns N’ Roses’ Chinese Democracy. In fact, the raspberries hurled at the record (although not, it should be noted, by Classic Rock) are only heightening the Oasis leader’s interest. “I’ve not heard it,” says Gallagher. “I’ve read the reviews, and judging from the reviews I know I’m gonna f**king love it. “I love preposterous records, and anything that took 17 years…
Guns N’ Roses’ Chinese Democracy album might not be flying out of the shops (or getting as much airplay) as anticipated – but an insider close to the band’s camp still views the record as a long-term winner.