Playing tracks by
Bobby Fuller Four, Warren Zevon, The Who, Them, Swingin' Medallions and more.
All of these songs were either banned by many radio stations, had certain words either bleeped, erased, or modified, or new versions issued to make it more palatable for general audiences. The last track apparently only offended the Coca Cola Company (seemingly not wanting to be associated with a song about a cross dresser) and the lyrics changed from referencing that beverage to referring to cherry cola instead.
Two songs use the F word, two the Sh** word, and most of the rest had sexual references that were not meant for the easily offended. Track 6 had references to getting high and all uses of the word "high" were removed. Track 15 had a new version recorded for the single for similar reasons. The single version for track 14 used a live version that didn't include Johnny swearing.
Van Morrison, singing in tracks 4 & 8, is the featured artist (shown as the short guy in the middle of the five pictured on the sleeve to the 45 single of "Gloria by the group "Them")