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Did Guns N' Roses Plagiarize 'Sweet Child O' Mine'?

By Shannon Carlin

Guns N’ Roses are being accused of stealing one of their biggest hits.

The Australian music website Max TV (via Consequence of Sound… 194 more words

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05.21.2015

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Duff McKagan Swears Guns N' Roses Didn't Plagiarize on 'Sweet Child O' Mine'

By Brian Ives

A few days ago, Australian website Max TV asked whether Guns N’ Roses plagiarized their 1987 classic “Sweet Child O’ Mine” from an earlier song by an Australian band called Australian Crawl, “Unpublished Critics,” from 1981. 82 more words

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Duff McKagan Swears Guns N' Roses Didn't Plagiarize on 'Sweet Child O' Mine'

By Brian Ives

A few days ago, Australian website Max TV asked whether Guns N’ Roses plagiarized their 1987 classic “Sweet Child O’ Mine” from an earlier song by an Australian band called Australian Crawl, “Unpublished Critics,” from 1981. 82 more words

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Duff McKagan Swears Guns N' Roses Didn't Plagiarize on 'Sweet Child O' Mine'

By Brian Ives

A few days ago, Australian website Max TV asked whether Guns N’ Roses plagiarized their 1987 classic “Sweet Child O’ Mine” from an earlier song by an Australian band called Australian Crawl, “Unpublished Critics,” from 1981. 82 more words

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Duff McKagan Swears Guns N' Roses Didn't Plagiarize on 'Sweet Child O' Mine'

By Brian Ives

A few days ago, Australian website Max TV asked whether Guns N’ Roses plagiarized their 1987 classic “Sweet Child O’ Mine” from an earlier song by an Australian band called Australian Crawl, “Unpublished Critics,” from 1981. 82 more words

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Duff McKagan Swears Guns N' Roses Didn't Plagiarize on 'Sweet Child O' Mine'

By Brian Ives

A few days ago, Australian website Max TV asked whether Guns N’ Roses plagiarized their 1987 classic “Sweet Child O’ Mine” from an earlier song by an Australian band called Australian Crawl, “Unpublished Critics,” from 1981. 82 more words

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