Guns N’ Roses’ Chinese Democracy Finally Released In The UK

It's D-day for Axl Rose's long-awaited album

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Guns N’ Roses“Chinese Democracy” has finally been released today (November 24), 15 years and a day after the band last put out an album, 1993’s covers collection “”The Spaghetti Incident?””.

Although the album is officially released today, a number of copies were available to buy yesterday (November 23) in London.

100 bike couriers took 15 advance copies round to shops in the capital, and one fan, Scott Mitchell, was reportedly the first person to own the album in the UK.

However, some fans have claimed that their pre-ordered copies arrived last week.

Guns N’ Roses‘ last album of original material, double collection “Use Your Illusion I & II”, in 1991.

Only vocalist Axl Rose remains from the original line-up.

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