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Without ‘Illusion’: Singapore has banned sale of the album “Use Your Illusion II” by the band Guns N’ Roses on grounds of obscenity, a government official said. Three songs on the album--"Get in the Ring,” “Shotgun Blues” and “My World"--were called obscene because of profanity and sexual references. Singapore censorship laws require that records be approved by the government before distribution.


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