For the first time in almost a decade, Guns N' Roses have a song on the charts. "Shadow of Your Love," a b-side from the Appetite for Destruction era that's being used to promote their upcoming box sets of the album, has debuted at No. 31 at Mainstream Rock.
According to Billboard, it racked up 1.1 million audience impressions in its first three days of airplay in all formats. "Shadow of Your Love marks the 22nd time Guns N' Roses has charted at Mainstream Rock, with the last time being Chinese Democracy's "Better," which peaked at No. 18 in January 2009. It's also the first chart appearance for the band's original lineup since "Patience," which peaked at No. 7, one of eight Top 10s they've had, in March 1989.