Censorship: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Source: The Cornell Daily Sun – By Matt Samet

Censorship of music takes various forms, the most common being the “radio edit.” The songs you hear on the radio are usually different from album versions in terms of length, but most importantly they sanitize them for public consumption, with “inappropriate” words bleeped or dropped out completely. This can be especially annoying with songs containing multiple expletives, like many rap songs, which end up butchered. It is also frustrating when tame lyrics that somehow get soccer moms up in a bunch can be edited and unrightfully tarnish an otherwise great song….

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