The first week chart positions for Guns N’ Roses ‘Chinese Democracy’ have been revealed and they’re not as impressive as Mr. Rose would have hoped for.
Sebastian Bach has given a lengthy critique on ‘Chinese Democracy’. After supporting Guns N’ Roses on their UK tour as well as having Axl guest on his recent solo album ‘Angel Down’, we’ll give you three guesses if it’s positive or not.
Slash will be playing his only European headline performance as part of the Quart festival in Norway next year and he has allegedly put together a list of vocalists that he’d like to use and there’s some somewhat questionable choices on there.
The lawyer that represents Axl Rose and Guns N’ Roses has come out all guns blazing to damn soft drinks company Dr. Pepper for not fully honouring their promise of giving everyone in America a free can of drink following the release of Chinese Democracy.
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