Yesterday (June 18), like so many days before it, was chock full of hoopla surrounding Guns N' Roses' fourteen-years-in-the-making opus Chinese Democracy, as nine tracks, including "IRS," "There Was a Time," and "Rhiad and the Bedouins," supposedly hit the web on antiquiet.com.
While the songs have been removed thanks to a cease and desist letter from the band's label, G'N'R fans, haters, and bloggers are scouring the web in search of the tracks -- perhaps awaiting the arrival of their free can of Dr. Pepper.
Search no more, ye Internet mouse chasers: Spin has already written the album review -- in 2005! Okay, so it was an April Fool's joke in our April 2005 issue, but we still think it was pretty genius. Click here to read Chuck Klosterman's fake take on Chinese Democracy.