Music Timeline censorship

Music has been a perennial against censorship battle for decades, since there are certain parties provided that they find a reason to block the dissemination of music and access to music for some people. When the censorship of music is carried out in order to protect children from content for adults, then is fine and censorship is also acceptable when it is conducted in order to fight against piracy to that music artists get their fair share of the benefits they reap. But, when censorship is carried out with the purpose of disseminating propaganda, or restrict, or to stop a public message arrives to the public or for any other purpose legal, moral, or Government, then definitely is not what to do.

Certain genres of music today have a lot of obscene, profane words in them, and the justification that the artists give is fine. Some artists produce alternative versions where these words have been omitted or replaced, and some other artists have been warning signs in your CDs in order to warn parents about the contents that contain. The music that contains such content has led to the birth of several different techniques to hide these words, and these methods are commonly used by artists of music from around the world now.

Timeline of music censorship

After studying history and the number of incidents which affected artists music and public awareness of censorship raised music, the following timeline can be called. There are a number of other incidents that may have occurred, and not all these incidents are related exclusively to the use of profanity in music, but study it close to shed some light on the way in which this censorship has been imposed on the United States music industry.

1936: BBC Radio banned George Formby when I'm cleaning Windows for objectionable lyrics.
1955: The radio stations in Chicago will receive 15,000 letters a week complaining of the effect that rock and roll is having on young people.
1956: ABC Radio love forbidden Billie Holiday is on sale for singing about prostitution. ABC Radio also made Cole Porter changed the lyrics of I Get A Kick Out Of You by mentioning the word cocaine.
1959: Link Wray's Rumble is prohibited by the radio stations from across the country while it is an instrumental song, because it is feared that the song will encourage teenage gang violence.
1966: The Beatles are facing severe public protests and banishment once John Lennon said that the band was more popular than Jesus Christ.
1968: A radio station in El Paso, Texas prohibits all Bob Dylan songs, because they could not understand the letter and it seemed to us that you spoke of offensive topics.
1969: BBC Radio banned Come Together by The Beatles and The Kinks de Lola because they felt that the songs could be misunderstood, as Coca-Cola ads.
1973: In a major event, the Supreme Court granted power to local communities to ban the music felt it was obscene and was influencing young people.
1981: Physical Olivia Newton John song is prohibited in Salt Lake City and Provo carried it due to sexual messages.
1985 – Tipper Gore and Susan Baker, formed the Parents Music Group resource (PMRG) to control and prohibit objectionable music.
1987: Ozzy Osborne is sued by the parents of a child who committed suicide. They claimed that the child was taken to do so after listening to Suicide Solution.
1990: Rap group N.W.A. A letter was sent to the FBI, informing them that the lyrics of their song fuck the police were not appreciated by the bodies responsible for enforcing the law.
1990 – Judas Priest is sued by two families, who claim that its Stained Class lyrics encouraged to perform extremely obscene acts.
1990: In Dade County, Florida, police established an arrest bite trap music stores that are sold illegally records by 2 Live Crew to children under the age of 18 years.
2000: Parental advisory label becomes deeper in the country, and more and more musical censorship organizations are established.

After the terrorist attack in September 2001, several forbidden radio stations more than 150 songs that felt contained letters that spread violence. Since then, the music industry has been faced with several new rules and laws on censorship of music, and this in turn has given rise to more artists that handle their songs in a more responsible manner. The main objective of this censorship, the United States has at least been the avoid profanity and obscene content reach the children, but when is