AXL ROSE Sighting In New York City; Video Available

GUNS N' ROSES frontman Axl Rose was videotaped Monday night (Jan. 29) entering the New York City club Butter with his girlfriend. Watch the footage from

Axl posted an open letter at the group's web site last month in which he set March 6 as a tentative release date for GUNS N' ROSES' long-awaited new album, "Chinese Democracy", adding that the band had scrapped its January tour dates in order to finish work on the CD.

A plan to release "Chinese Democracy" late last year fell apart due to what Rose described as "unnecessary and avoidable complications," which were partly responsible for the singer's split with manager Merck Mercuriadis.

Mercuriadis himself said in his own letter than when "Chinese Democracy" finally arrives, it will be "one of the best albums ever made."


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