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Iran bans western music. Where does Cat Stevens fall?
Posted by: SteveJobs
Date: December 20, 2005 06:42AM
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So, how are songs classified as WESTERN? Yusuf Islam?
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Re: Iran bans western music. Where does Cat Stevens fall?
Posted by: Otto Boners
Date: December 20, 2005 09:26AM
They're much better off without hip-hop and other modern trash.

Not a bad idea.
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Re: Iran bans western music. Where does Cat Stevens fall?
Posted by: Otto Boners
Date: December 20, 2005 09:26AM
PS: I'd like to slowly beat Cat Stevens to death.
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Re: Iran bans western music. Where does Cat Stevens fall?
Posted by: JoeM
Date: December 20, 2005 10:22AM
Cat Stevens + bad drugs in the 70's = Yusuf Islam.



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Re: Iran bans western music. Where does Cat Stevens fall?
Posted by: Guitarman
Date: December 20, 2005 12:05PM
They stopped Cat Stevens last time he tried to enter the US. Thank you again homeland security, I feel so much safer. Who knows what songs he might have tried to sing?
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Re: Iran bans western music. Where does Cat Stevens fall?
Posted by: HeyDude
Date: December 21, 2005 01:33PM
Arab extremists don't believe in Peace Trains
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Did he ban 'Country' too?
Posted by: dual citizenship
Date: December 21, 2005 01:55PM
Somehow, I don't think a ban on Kenny G will pose a hardship.

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Re: Iran bans western music. Where does Cat Stevens fall?
Posted by: DP
Date: December 27, 2005 08:22AM
>Arab extremists don't believe in Peace Trains

I never liked his music because I thought he was too sappy/pop. But I hardly think he's a threat. He has made it clear that his remarks about Salman Rushdie were out of context and terrorism in the name of Islam is unacceptable.
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Re: Iran bans western music. Where does Cat Stevens fall?
Posted by: RgrF
Date: December 29, 2005 03:01AM
DP Wrote:
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> >Arab extremists don't believe in Peace Trains
>
> I never liked his music because I thought he was
> too sappy/pop. But I hardly think he's a threat.
> He has made it clear that his remarks about Salman
> Rushdie were out of context and terrorism in the
> name of Islam is unacceptable.

I'd be worried for and about myself if I knew that much about what's his name.

What is he calling himself these days?



"Who's more foolish - the fool or the fool that follows him?" - Obi Wan Kenobi
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