The Killers' 'Day And Age' keeps Axl Rose off the top spot in the albums chart
Guns N’ Roses‘ first album since 1993’s “”The Spaghetti Incident?”” has failed to reach the top spot in the charts on its first week of release.
“Chinese Democracy” was beaten to number one by The Killers‘ third album “Day And Age”.
The album was first begun in 1994, and has seen a multitude of band members come and go since then.
Guns N’ Roses‘ last record of original material was 1991’s double set “Use Your Illusion I & II”.
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