ROBIN FINCK Refuses To Discuss GUNS N' ROSES Until Release Date For 'Chinese Democracy' Is Set

GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Robin Finck has posted the following message for GNR fans on his official web site:

"To be clear, the request to refrain from emailing me about GUNS N' ROSES is not a diss to you or to the band or to anyone. I simply am not eager to instigate that conversation until an official release date for the album is made public. Otherwise, I'd go a little nutzo tossing 'I dunnos' and 'can't quite says' in every direction. I trust you may understand. There will most certainly be a time to embrace this new ship. Let's first allow it to launch from the pad in all its glory. I look forward to such a time.

"What is real is that i am alive and inspired and look forward to sharing this new chapter with you. Thank you for your support and for your enthusiasm along this long and winding off-road trek. Each email to me personally is gratefully received."


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