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Old 12th November 2017, 12:42 PM
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Great song (MC Hammer sampled it as U Can't Touch This) from the early 80s. I really dig the music video.

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Old 14th November 2017, 05:42 PM
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Old 14th November 2017, 05:53 PM
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Guns N' Roses - One In A Million

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I've been listening to Duff McKagan's autobiography and it's interesting how he understands this song to be a third person viewpoint on how Reagan's America became intolerant, but the use of the N-word saw it used by white supremacists and 'faggot' led to GNR's introduction to play at a benefit concert for AIDS and HIV victims being revoked.

According to the Wikipedia page, Axl Rose's justification for using the words is somewhat different and not exactly comforting. That's possibly why Rose's bandmates initially wanted the song dropped from the album.
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Old 14th November 2017, 07:35 PM
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I've been listening to Duff McKagan's autobiography and it's interesting how he understands this song to be a third person viewpoint on how Reagan's America became intolerant, but the use of the N-word saw it used by white supremacists and 'faggot' led to GNR's introduction to play at a benefit concert for AIDS and HIV victims being revoked.

According to the Wikipedia page, Axl Rose's justification for using the words is somewhat different and not exactly comforting. That's possibly why Rose's bandmates initially wanted the song dropped from the album.
I bought this audiobook the other day, it's been on my wishlist for a little while then it was the offer of the day so I couldn't refuse
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I've been listening to Duff McKagan's autobiography and it's interesting how he understands this song to be a third person viewpoint on how Reagan's America became intolerant, but the use of the N-word saw it used by white supremacists and 'faggot' led to GNR's introduction to play at a benefit concert for AIDS and HIV victims being revoked.

According to the Wikipedia page, Axl Rose's justification for using the words is somewhat different and not exactly comforting. That's possibly why Rose's bandmates initially wanted the song dropped from the album.
I gave the song a 'like' because i like it despite it's awkward and angry lyrics. Lies is an underrated album.

The problem with Wiki is that it's written by outsiders and can be changed at any time, hence adding death amendments when some one hasn't actually dies - that sort of thing. I'd go with Duff as he was there when the song was written.
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