It was the band's first studio album since "The Spaghetti Incident?
" in November 1993, and their first album of original studio material since the simultaneous releases of Use Your Illusion I and II in September 1991.
The triple Axel is the only triple figure skating jump that takes off from a forward outside edge.
It is the most difficult of all the triple jumps, and is rewarded the most points when it is completed successfully.
Several men are able to do triple Axels, but only a few ladies can perform triple Axels consistently.
The skater first bends the skating knee as he or she enters the jump from a forward outside edge, then kicks forward with the free leg and arms and springs into the air.
Three and a half revolutions are completed in the air.
Like all the jumps seen at Olympic figure skating competitions, the jump is landed on a back outside edge.
More » The triple Lutz jump is the second most difficult of the triple jumps done at Olympic figure skating events.
Many skaters set up the triple Lutz jump by first doing a series of powerful back crossovers into a corner of the arena.
The skater then glides backward on a back outside edge, and then picks with the other skate.
Chinese Democracy is the sixth studio album by the American hard rock band Guns N' Roses.
It was released on November 23, 2008, by Geffen Records.