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  Post 9/11 Song Selection
After 9/11, the U.S. communications behemoth, Clear Channel Communications, was reported to have sent a list of 150 songs to its thousands of radio stations. The songs on the list were considered to be inappropriate for the national mental health as they either portrayed explicit violence or had themes reminiscent of the recent tragedy. The songs selected spanned many genres and decades of popular music. Clear Channel did not deny that such a list existed, and the idea of a banned list went down as an urban legend. Included on the (alleged) list were Neil Diamond's "America," James Taylor's "Fire and Rain" and the Clash's "Rock the Casbah."
  
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