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Corey Deitz

Ever See a Radio Station's Banned Band List?

By February 8, 2013

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Somebody took a photo of their radio station's "banned list" and posted it. It's entitled "List of Bands Not Allowed to be Talked About Over Air!"

It states: "Below is a list of band names that cannot be said in any way over the air. They cannot be used in any stories by newscasters or in bewtween [sic] songs of DJ's. If you say any of these bands, or play any of their music, YOU WILL BE SUSPENDED! Please use your best judgement and always consult a manager or Mr. M--------- if you have any questions. Anything with Devil, Satan, God, Jesus, or any other catholic references that are portrayed in a negative light should not be discusssed [sic] over air. But here is a list for your own personal enjoyment."

Although it looks legit, I have no way of verifying it. But, have a look for yourself!

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Comments
February 8, 2013 at 1:32 pm
(1) Shemp9971 says:

I had to chuckle at the list, and besides, who plays most of these bands on mainstream radio anyway?

February 9, 2013 at 10:45 am
(2) Bob N says:

People who played Anal C–t called them AC on the air. Not on the list is the Butthole Surfers; in a review of their concert, the Boston Globe called them the BH Surfers (thought butthole was safe enough to say tho).

February 9, 2013 at 8:42 pm
(3) rollyb says:

Did you notice the list at the bottom that is cause for TERMINATION? That might be a clue as to the seriousness of this “memo”.

May 31, 2013 at 8:33 pm
(4) roger keeler says:

we play almost all of these songs. all the time. ive never been suspended. we’ve had the Butthole surfers in the studio. Gibby haynes signed a ligt bulb for me. I would check your sources.

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