[Powderworks] bill "satan" gates? no Midnight Oil for the moment (sheew)
Thu, 20 Sep 2001 11:04:14 -0500
Well, might as well add the Ghostwriters "New York New York" hmmm....
>From: Henry Longmore <Henry.Krit.Longmore@m.cc.utah.edu>
>To: Powderworks - Midnight Oil list <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: [Powderworks] bill "satan" gates? no Midnight Oil for the
>Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2001 09:35:00 -0600 (MDT)
>Did I mention Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York"?
>---I previously said:
>You may have also noticed many innocuous songs...Savage Garden's
>"Crash and Burn"...Simon & Garfunkle's "Bridge over Troubled
>Water"...Lennin's "Imagine"...I think the goal was not only
>references to planes, bombs, fighting the government (a.k.a. machine),
>but also songs that might cause people deeply affected to break down
>As long as they lift the ban within a reasonable time frame, fine.
>They aren't even touching problems with the 1st amendment, as it
>guarantees them the ability to play what they want to, when they want
>to; it doesn't guarantee the listeners that the station will play
>anything and everything. The part of radio censorship that touches
>the 1st amendment is the part that fines people for saying things like
>"f*@k" on the air. Which, I noticed this summer while listening to
>MMM and JJJ over the internet (via Microsoft's network), you can do in
> }> > The Beatles "Obla Di, Obla Da"
> }Must be because of Osama bin Laden = O B Lad...?
> }I was actually reminded of that song when I saw his name in the paper
> }today... Most peculiar, mama.
> }> > Elton John "Daniel"
> }Just because the line "Daniel is travelling tonight on a plane..."?
> }Well, there must be thousands of songs with the word "plane" in the
> }What about the Oils' "Hercules", "Enola Gay" by OMD, "Back in the USSR"
> }the Beatles to name a few. Seems like some of the banned songs are more
> }less chosen by random.
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