Slash Says It Was an "Easy" Decision To Cut Controversial Song

Guns N' Roses' recent Appetite For Destruction box set cut one of the band's most controversial songs, and Slash says the decision was an "easy" one.

The band decided to cut the song "One in a Million", which includes homophobic references as well as Axl Rose using the n-word.

Slash said it 'didn't take long' for everyone to decide the song should be cut.  He says he was never a fan of "One in a Million" and told Axl so when they recorded it.

Slash called racial injustice 'ugly' and says it's 'never been part of my makeup'.

Can you think of a classic rock song that would be controversial if released today?

 

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