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"One in a Million" is a song by American hard rock group Guns N' Roses (GN'R). It is the eighth track on the album G N' R Lies and was released in 1988. The lyrics describe GN'R singer Axl Rose's experience of getting hustled in the Greyhound bus station upon first arriving in Los Angeles. The song is notable not only for its controversy, but also for being one of the first Guns N' Roses songs that Axl Rose wrote… read more

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  • Avatar for IOIIOIIOIIOI
    Provocation and satire. Don't forget one of the guitar players is a half afro-american. Get in the ring ;)!
  • Avatar for EcemN
    Radicals and racists, don't point your finger at me !
  • Avatar for Dylbear
    I thought it was a well known fact that Axl Rose is an arsehole. If he wasn't Gunners would be shit.
  • Avatar for bugamartini
    Remember Axl Rose is the same guy who covered a Charles Manson song "Look at Your Game, Girl" and wore a Charles Manson shirt at a concert he was doing. I think he just enjoys stirring the pot and going out of his way to offend us while he sings in his underwear and Madonna skirts. That's my take.
  • Avatar for metalhed00
    Axl's vocal talent right there. Good song.
  • Avatar for sto79
    Great song, fuckin' love it!
  • Avatar for OnanismMonthly
    @DanMaiden1990: What "point"? That he doesn't like LGBT people or Middle-Easterners? He can take that point and shove it up his ass.
  • Avatar for Deardeadfriend
    See all those white people defending this racist song with weak arguments
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