Axl Rose and his new crew of long-haired, tight-pantsed rockers released their first studio album since 1993 to much fanfare last month in an exclusive deal with Best Buy. However, the record is not flying off the shelves as expected. In fact, the album has sold only 318,000 copies in the U.S., a figure that makes it a candidate for bargain bins soon. Best Buy had ordered 1.3 million copies of Chinese Democracy, hoping they would sell. Even worse? AC/DC's album "Black Ice," an exclusive with Wal-mart, is selling like gangbusters, moving over 1.6 million units since its debut in October. Looks like they won the battle of the '80s bands this time around.