Guns N’ Roses‘ first album since 1993, ‘Chinese Democracy’ has been given a release date of November 23, according to US music magazine Billboard.
The long-long-awaited album, the follow-up to covers album The Spaghetti Incident?, will be released on Sunday November 23, ahead of the usual Tuesday new releases day.
Several tracks from the album have already leaked, after it was apparently completed in June with a rumoured cost in the region of $30m.
The date for the release of Chinese Democracy has been ongoing for years, prompting soft drinks company Dr Pepper to offer a free can of fizzy pop to the entire population of America should the album see the light of day before the end of 2008.
No date has been announced for the UK as yet.
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