And I thought I was puzzled by the new Guns N’ Roses song: Elizabeth Day over at the Guardian says that while listening to the new single by Axl’s thinly veiled GNR tribute ensemble she is "struck by its uncanny resemblance to the Crocodile Dundee soundtrack" (hahahaha, what?), concluding that "it’s the musical equivalent of a Werther’s Original – reassuringly evocative of a simpler age." I can’t say I agree. It’s amazingly bad. No hook, no chorus. Axl’s voice is bazillion-tracked and the guitars just sputter random licks that go absolutely nowhere. It’s nonsense. Day also notes that some GNR fans on the NYT message board are a little underwhelmed: "Thanks for taking so long Axl. I hardly have any hair left to headbang to this with." Zing! Oh, wait, real GNR fans don’t read the New York Times. Zing retracted.