From Chapter 10:

When the state still controlled all radio channels in the UK, to be “banned by the BBC” was often a sure ticket to success.” It certainly didn’t hurt sales of “Let’s Spend the Night Together,” the Rolling Stones hit of 1967 deemed rudely suggestive by the state broadcaster.”

Rocklist.net: Banned Recordings:

The list so far of records banned by the BBC – plus “justification”.

I know many records should be banned because they are crap, but we are looking for records that the BBC or any other organization world wide have banned along the lines listed below.

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