From the dawn of popular radio, authorities and Governments have been selecting songs deemed to be unsuitable for broadcast so as to protect their people. The reasons range from songs having explicit lyrics and likely to offend, to those urging revolution and overthrow of the Government, or inciting attacks on certain sections of the population. Not surprising really that the British Broadcasting Corporation decided that Germany’s hit record “Bombs over London” should be banned in 1940- and still remains in place. Most of Rage Against the Machine songs aren’t played on US radio because they promote anarchy and support Mexico and Cuba. Personally I would have banned the No 1 UK hit “Sugar Sugar” by the Archies in the 1970s, for being such a pappy lazy assembly-line fashioned song with not even a real group, just a cartoon group, to promote it. Yuk!