GUNS N' ROSES Intact, Putting Finishing Touches On 'Chinese Democracy'

Rumors that GUNS N' ROSES cancelled their tour because of the departure of guitarist Robin Finck and bassist Tommy Stinson are false, a spokesperson for the band told Launch. The spokesperson wouldn't give any details surrounding the reasons that concert promoter Clear Channel Entertainment and GUNS N' ROSES ended their tour affiliation, but did say GN'R is very much intact.

The band, who are said to be "currently on vacation," will return to the studio in January to put the finishing touches on "Chinese Democracy", due in the spring. GUNS N' ROSES' last studio album was a covers album, "The Spaghetti Incident?" , which was released in 1993. The last original song that hit radio was "Oh My God", which appeared on the soundtrack to the movie "End Of Days" in 1999.


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