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Pete Seeger and his Weavers suffered at the hands of McCarthy, The Sex Pistols tried to overshadow the Queen's Silver Jubilee and the Dixie Chicks spoke out against Bush's War on Terrorism. Given the fine line between social commentary and propaganda, can music and politics come together without a backlash?
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The Beatles famously claimed to be 'bigger than Jesus', Hendrix promoted the plight of black America in How Would you Feel and most recently, Jerry Springer The Opera challenged traditional Christian belief. So can rock music and matters of race and religion live together in perfect harmony?
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Artificial stimulants and rock and roll go hand in hand, but given the famous bans on Puff the Magic Dragon and I Get A Kick Out of You, can musicians make music about their drug and alcohol fuelled experiences?