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Their single, "Shall We Take A Trip", was banned by the BBC for its many references to drugs (specifically LSD). On 6 May 2006, BBC 6 Music played "Shall We Take A Trip" in its entirety on the Marc Riley show. "Shall We Take A Trip" was also used as Granada Soccer Nightstheme tune in the early 1990s.
This interview with Dermo, talks about the ban and the subsequent play by Marc Riley. NME.com is the source for the Granada claim.. Even so it's hardly dubious that a song with drug references to LSD/Acid would be banned by the BBC. This is after all the same overly conservative entity that banned I Am the Walrus, Relax, Mack the Knife and even Invisible Sun, along with 10 or 20 other songs that alude to drugs or even seem sinister....--Yankees76Talk 22:03, 20 December 2011 (UTC)