33 Years Ago: Dee Snider Spoke Out Against Censorship Before the Senate

It may not seem very long, on September 21st, 1985 Dee Snider of Twisted Sister was called to testify before the U.S. Senate against the proposition to have warning labels be placed on albums deemed "offensive" to listeners. To say that he was nervous would be an understatement. Decked out in a cut...
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30 Years Ago: Danzig's Debut Album Challenges The PMRC

The early late '80s/early '90s were like an incubator for grunge rock's dominance over mainstream music. So if you weren't part of the alternative rock wave while also being radio and MTV-friendly, then there was little-to-no chance of making a dent. However, when Danzig released their self-titled...
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