Title: Stars For The Banned
Style: Indie Rock
Format: MP3 FLAC DTS APE AUD AIFF DXD XM DMF
FLAC size: 1792 mb | MP3 size: 1739 mb | WMA size: 1810 mb
The following is a list of songs that the BBC (the British Broadcasting Corporation) has, at one stage or another, considered unsuitable for broadcasting on its radio and television stations. Although the BBC has historically banned songs it deemed unsuitable, in recent years the Corporation has claimed that it no longer bans any records
The Mamas and the Papas, ‘If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears’ (1966). The original cover for the Mamas and the Papas' debut album: all four band members crammed into a bathtub (with Michelle Phillips stretched out over the other three). But because it was taken in an actual bathroom, the photo also included a toilet, which was taboo. The toilet was first obscured with a text box, and later cropped out entirely.
If a card appears on the banned list for your chosen format, then you may not include that card in your deck or sideboard. Doing so makes your deck illegal to play in any sanctioned tournaments for that format. Cards are usually banned from play if they enable a deck or play style that heavily skews the play environment. What does that mean? If the card were legal, a competitive player either must be playing it, or must be specifically targeting it with his or her own strategies. Some cards are banned because they have proven to simply be too powerful in their respective format.
Artist: The Coup Album: Party Music Release Date: Nov. 6, 2001 Although the album cover was made before the attacks on September 11th, the politically-charged photo of the hip-hop duo behind the Twin Towers was banned. It was changed to a fiery cocktail glass for obvious reasons Artist: The Jimi Hendrix Experience Album: Electric Ladyland Release Date: Oct. 25, 1968 The cover for Jimi Hendrix's third and final studio album, "Electric Ladyland," featured a menagerie of naked women holding the record before Hendrix's label . .
They were snipped for some repressings; in others the beflagged bikini floated in a black background, like a patriotic hanky. Scorpions - Virgin Killer. You have to wonder what was going through the minds of RCA's marketing executives as they brainstormed the cover for The Scorpions’ Virgin Killer. The title song’s lyric referred to time’s effect on innocence. Two York record shops banned it, and the Gramophone Retailers’ Committee protested, secretary Christopher Foss telling the Sunday Mirror: This type of album sleeve is almost certain to reduce the sale of records. Actually, the paper reported, Electric Ladyland sold 35,000 in its first four days. The US still went with Hendrix’s preferred cover shot of his fiery face.
Posting photos or videos that contain nudity in the form of genitals, intercourse, and full-buttock close-ups. Some of the banned hashtags 2019 might appear on the list temporarily while others are permanently broken. If you have some hashtags, using a banned one can only render the rest ineffective.
The image of the original banned cover appears first, and if the cover was changed, that image follows. Kanye West - My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy: There were five different covers for this album. The main cover was considered sexually explicit. It was pixelized to obscure the image. The others were kept intact. Guns N' Roses - Appetite for Destruction: In the case of Guns N' Roses, I think the second cover was an improvement
We cannot possibly tell you ALL the hashtags banned for YOUR industry. For example: You might sell furniture, but is banned. You might have a fashion shop for curvy women, but are banned. You might be a personal trainer, but or are banned. You might be an entrepreneur who want to use or
LIONEL MESSI could be banned for TWO YEARS for claiming the Copa America tournament is "corrupt". The Barcelona superstar was controversially sent off for kicking out at former Cardiff midfielder Gary Medel in Argentina’s 2-1 third-place play-off win over Chile. And now Spanish news-site AS claims Messi could be banned from international competition two years. It’s unacceptable there have been unfounded accusations that misrepresent the truth and put to judgement the integrity of Copa America. There are rules in place that prohibit insulting the South American Football Federation or anyone working with or for the organisation.
|1||Arrest My Eyes||4:32|
|3||Party For The Weak||3:57|
|10||You Are My Loss||4:24|
- Artwork-by – Robert Guenther
- Composed-by – Robert Guenther (tracks: 1 to 10)
- Drums – Florian Steinringer (tracks: 1 to 10)
- Electric Bass – Marcell Ploner (tracks: 2, 10)
- Mastered By – Mischa Janisch
- Piano – Christiane Schuh (tracks: 2)
- Producer – Robert Guenther (tracks: 1 to 10)
- Written-By – Robert Guenther (tracks: 1 to 10)
NotesSelf-distrubuted version/copyof the album, burned onto CD-Rs with black/vinyl-optic top side with dark green inner label
(manufacturer's print/text partially crossed out, handwritten notes on lines: (c) STARS FOR THE BANNED *number*/100).
apparently 100 made, sold by the artist on tour before official album release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other: On CDr: Handwritten Title & Numbered ("X/100")