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Away," Lenny Kravitz; "Fly," Sugar Ray; "Free Fallin'," Tom Petty; "Get
Together," Youngbloods; "Goin' Down," Bruce Springsteen; "Great
Balls of Fire," Jerry Lee Lewis; "Harvester or Sorrow," Metallica; "Have
You Seen Her," Chi-Lites; "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother," Hollies;
"Head Like a Hole," Nine Inch Nails; "Hell's Bells," AC/DC; "Hey Joe,"
Jimmy Hendrix; "Hey Man, Nice Shot," Filter; "Highway to Hell,"
AC/DC; "Hit Me with Your Best Shot," Pat Benatar; "Holy Diver," Dio; "I
Feel the Earth Move," Carole King; "I Go To Pieces," Peter and
Gordon; "I'm On Fire," Bruce Springsteen; "I'm On Fire," John
Mellencamp; "Imagine," John Lennon; "In the Air Tonight," Phil Collins;
"In the Year 2525," Yager and Evans; "Intolerance," Tool; "Ironic,"
Alanis Morissette; "It's the End of the World as We Know It," REM; "Jet
Airliner," Steve Miller; "Johnny Angel," Shelly Fabares; "Jump," Van
Halen; "Jumper," Third Eye Blind; "Killer Queen," Queen; "Knockin' on
Heaven's Door," Bob Dylan/Guns N Roses; "Last Kiss," J. Frank
Wilson; "Learn to Fly," Foo Fighters; "Leavin' on a Jet Plane," Peter
Paul and Mary; "Left Behind, Wait and Bleed," Slipknot; "Live and Let
Die," Paul McCartney and Wings; "Love is a Battlefield," Pat Benatar;
"Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds," The Beatles; "Mack the Knife,"
Bobby Darin; "Morning Has Broken," Cat Stevens; "Mother," Pink
Floyd; "My City Was Gone," Pretenders; "Na Na Na Na Hey Hey,"
Steam; "New York, New York," Frank Sinatra; "Nowhere to Run,"
Martha & the Vandellas; "Obla Di, Obla Da," The Beatles; "On
Broadway," Drifters; "Only the Good Die Young," Billy Joel; "Peace
Train," Cat Stevens; "Rescue Me," Fontella Bass; "Rock the Casbah,"
The Clash; "Rocket Man," Elton John; "Rooster," Alice in Chains;
"Ruby Tuesday," Rolling Stones; "Run Like Hell," Pink Floyd; "Sabbath
Bloody Sabbath," Black Sabbath; "Sabotage," Beastie Boys; "Safe in
New York City," AC/DC; "Santa Monica," Everclear; "Say Hello to
Heaven," Temple of the Dog; "Sea of Sorrow," Alice in Chains; "See
You in Septemeber," Happenings; "Seek and Destroy," Metallica;
"She's Not There," Zombies; "Shoot to Thrill," AC/DC; "Shot Down in
Flames," AC/DC; "Smokin," Boston; "Smooth Criminal," Alien Ant
Farm; "Some Heads Are Gonna Roll," Judas Priest; "Speed Kills,"
Bush; "Spirit in the Sky," Norman Greenbaum; "St. Elmo's Fire," John
Parr; "Stairway to Heaven," Led Zeppelin; "Suicide Solution," Black
Sabbath; "Sunday Bloody Sunday," U2; "Sure Shot Beastie Boys ";
"Sweating Bullets," Megadeth; "That'll Be the Day," Buddy Holly and
the Crickets; "The Boy from New York City," Ad Libs; "The End," The
Doors; "The Night Chicago Died," Paper Lace; "Them Bone," Alice in
Chains; "Ticket To Ride," The Beatles; "TNT," AC/DC; "Travelin'
Band," Creedence Clearwater Revival; "Travelin' Man," Rickey Nelson;
"Tuesday's Gone," Lynyrd Skynyrd; "Under the Bridge," Red Hot Chili
Peppers; "Walk Like an Egyptian," Bangles; "War Pigs," Black
Sabbath; "War," Edwin Starr/Bruce Springstein; "We Gotta Get Out of
This Place," Animals; "What A Wonderful World," Louis Armstrong;
"When Will I See You Again," Three Degrees; "When You're Falling,"
Peter Gabriel; "Wipeout," Surfaris; "Wonder World," San
CookeHerman Hermits, ; "Worst That Could Happen," Brooklyn
Bridge; "You Dropped a Bomb On Me," The Gap Band; All Rage
Against The Machine songs
39"The Reactions Keep Coming" (2001, September 14).
40.Truitt, Eliza (2001, September 17).
41.Davis (2001), p 2B.
42.Full text of Clear Channel Press Statement:
San Antonio, TX, September 18, 2001...Clear Channel
Communications, Inc. (NYSE: CCU) today issued the following
statement as a result of numerous stories, emails and calls concerning
an alleged "list of banned songs" on its U.S. radio stations following
last week's tragedy in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania:
"Clear Channel Radio has not banned any songs from any of its radio
Clear Channel believes that radio is a local medium. It is up to every
radio station program director and general manager to understand
their market, listen to their listeners and guide their station's music
selections according to local sensitivities. Each program director and
general manager must take the pulse of his or her market to determine
if play lists should be altered, and if so, for how long.
`In the wake of this terrible tragedy, the nation's business community is
responding with a degree of hypersensitivity,' explained Mark P. Mays,
President and Chief Operating Officer of Clear Channel. `Even some
movie companies have altered some of their release schedules in light
of the mood in America today. Clear Channel strongly believes in the
First Amendment and freedom of speech. We value and support the
artist community. And we support our radio station programming staff
and management team in their responsibility to respond to their local
43.Sullivan, James (2001, September 18), Armstrong, Mark (2001,
September 18), Ahrens, Frank (2001, September 18), King, Brad
(2001, September 18), Wolk, Douglas (September 26),
44.Strauss, Neil (2001, September 19).
46.Hochman ( 2001), p. F58.
47.Davis (2001), p 2B.
48.Boone (2002).
49.Ferman (2002).
50.Oh (2002, September 6).
51.The Wall Street Journal (2002, July 24).
52.John Walker was the American citizen found fighting among the
Taliban in Afghanistan, captured by U.S. forces, brought to the United
States for trial, and sentenced to prison for twenty years.
53.AP (2003, November 13).
54.Muwakkil (2001).
56.Gilbert, Sarah (2003, March 27).
57.Wiederhorn, Jon (2003, March 31).
58.Associated Press (2003), p. 1.
59.Yahoo News (2003), p. 1.
60.St. John, Warren (2003, March 23).
61.Associated Press (2003, March 20).
62.Associated Press (2003, March 20), p. 1.
63.Boucher (2003), p. A2.
64.Associated Press (2003, March 15), p. 1.
65.Dansby, (2003), pg. 15.
66.Primetime Thursday transcript.
68.Epstein (2003, February 14).
69.Strauss (2003, March 20).
71.Pareles (2003, March 9).