As a rule of thumb, just censor everything above s***. Whether or not god**** is a curse is probably up to you- once or twice a song is probably good.
I'm wondering why "god****" is considered a swear word, when "damn" alone- which is on the vocal track in Flirtin' With Disaster- seems perfectly fine. How does adding the word "god" to it make the word a swear?
What's amazing is that some of the most epic bands (Led Zeppelin, Rush, The Who, Boston, Queen, ZZ Top, CCR, Lynyrd Skynyrd, YES, Tom Petty, Elton John, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix...) don't need constant swear words.
I'm not really against vulgarity and swearing, to be honest, but constant vulgarity and great music are usually mutually exclusive.
Papa Roach- Last Resort: Only censors out the word "f***", but on the video, it censors the words "suicide", "bleeding" and a couple of others. Who were they trying to protect censoring out moreorless most of the words?
Is there any way to get an "unedited" version of songs in the future? For those of us who aren't minors or offended? Green Day just isn't the same w/o them. ;)