This Day in Music

20 songs banned from the airways!

1 Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg - Je T’aime - sexual references
2 Sex Pistols - God Save The Queen - anti monarchy  
3 Paul McCartney and Wings - Hi Hi Hi - drug references and explicit sexual lyrics
4 The Dead Kennedys - Too Drunk To Fuck - use of the F word!
5 Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Relax - sexual references
6 Troggs - I Can’t Control Myself - singer Reg Presley sounds like someone climaxing
7 Rolling Stones - Lets Spend The Night Together - promoted promiscuity
8 Cliff Richard - Honky Tonk Angel - no one told Cliff a Honky Tonk angel was a hooker
9 George Michael - I Want Your Sex - sexual references
10 Paul Simon - Kodachrome - advertising
11 Judge Dread - various records, Big 6, Big 7 etc - sexual content
12 Monty Python's 'Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life' lyrics...Life's a piece of shit...
13 The Au Pairs - Come Again - referred to orgasm
14 The Stranglers - Peaches - sexual references
15 The Kinks - Lola - mentioned Coca-Cola, later changed to Cherry Cola
16 Pink Floyd - It Would Be So Nice - lyrics mentioned the newspaper The Evening Standard
17 Donna Summer - Love To Love You - groans and heavy breathing
18 Paul McCartney - Give Ireland BackTo The Irish - political
19 Tom Petty's 'You Don't Know How It Feels' - has the line 'let's roll another joint'
20 Dr Hook & the Medicine Show - The cover of Rolling Stone - advertising


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