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Old 06-11-2018, 02:35 PM   #1
Undertoad
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List of bands banned from Soviet radio stations, 1980



It's pretty hilarious really. In particular, I personally love 10cc, "Neofascism". The song that earned them this rating MUST have been "I Wanna Rule The World" -- basically, a tongue-in-cheek mini-farce about a bullied child, taking over the world and exacting his revenge!!

Quote:
(spoken, as if at a fascist rally)
A Brave new world will rise from the ashes
And there upon a rock titanic
I'll cast a giant shadow on the face of the deep
And never again will they dare to call me
A freckled, spotty, specky, four eyed, weedy, little creep!

(sung)
No more tremblin' and quakin' in the gym
No more come on fellas, let's get him

What you gonna do
How you gonna do it
What you gonna do
How you gonna do it
Little by little, ooh
Little by little, bit by bit
Little by little, ooh, ooh
Little by little, bit by bit
Bit by bit, bit by bit

Everyone's going to be free
But they'll have to agree to be free
They'll have to agree to be less free than me
'Cause I rule the world you see
So wait for the army of kiddy-winkies
And terrible tiny tots
In armored school buses
Firing poison pea-shooters
And sinking their milk teeth into your thighs
Delapsus resurgam, when I fall I shall rise
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