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Guns N Roses fan that released pirate material is banned forever from the shows

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Guns N Roses fan that released pirate material is banned forever from the shows

Rick Dunsford is a fan of Guns N ‘Roses who, like all fans, wanted to watch the band concert, and for that he went to the Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita on the night October 7, in what would be the 33rd time he would watch the group. But it wasn’t quite what he expected.


It turns out that Rick was simply barred by security guards, who not only prevented him from entering, but also said that he will never be able to watch any Guns N ‘Roses gig because he was one of the ones who leaked Chinese Democracy pirate material, that he allegedly bought from a third party and made available online.

See the moment that Rick Dunsford is barred in the Arena:

Rick Dunsford

Posted by Corey Ellis on Monday, October 7, 2019

Chines Democracy leaked

On July, the website Guns N’ Roses Central reported that snippets of unreleased Guns N’ Roses songs have surfaced online. One of the songs is the track “Atlas Shrugged” recorded in 1999 with Brian May of Queen.

According to the same source, over 15 CDs of unheard GN’R music from the “Chinese Democracy” sessions have recently surfaced.

The article said:

“There is a ton of stuff that is out there that hasn’t leaked! Over 15 CDs from ‘Chinese’ sessions have been found in some Geffen executive storage locker.

The GN’R stuff in the locker was sold to a fan who has all this stuff. Tracks include ‘Perhaps’ (3rd Brian May song), ‘Zodiac,’ ‘Hard School’ (you know it as ‘Checkmate’), ‘Oklahoma,’ ‘Atlas,’ ‘Billionaire,’ ‘3 Dollar Pyramid,’ and all of ‘AFD’ re-recorded and so much more.

“I’ve heard a clip. Not sure what the board members want for it, though. I’ve tried reaching out – no reply. I’ve spoken to the guy who originally purchased the locker and got a lot of info from him. There isn’t really nothing to trade for it ’cause it’s the mother load.

“The recordings are apparently from a studio called ‘The Village.’ Only a few people have been involved with it which I’m not gonna reveal any names but it’s a small circle. The CDs are from recording sessions at The Village.”

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