Can you think of a song that was specifically banned by a radio station, tv station, or government?
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After Katrina this song was placed on Clearwater chanmel's banned songs list.
Banned from countless radio stations after Katrina. Strange when you consider that the song was recorded a good 16 years before the notorious hurricane. The song was about how N.O. is built below sea level, and was a timely warning about the inevitable. Shoot the freakin' messenger...
The song was pulled from the US CD release of their debut album following the 9/11 attack. However, it was still released in other markets, as well as the US vinyl pressing.
Banned by a few radio stations in the U.S. in 1975 because of its mentioning of marijuana and cocaine. This was even though the lyrics say that the singer used to use these drugs but doesn't use them anymore. The song still managed to become a #3 hit in the U.S.
Banned from stores for having two frontally nude women sitting on a park bench on the cover.
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