Megadeth's Dave Mustaine Says Lack Of Censorship Has Been Good

(Classic Rock) Megadeth mainman Dave Mustaine believes the relative lack of censoring in music today means writers have to take care more over what they create.

"They used to control the things that young kids would get and just kind of protect people more," he says. "Nowadays it's such a different place you can hear any kind of music. The songwriter has a responsibility to what they say to their fans and stuff.

"I've always been provocative in my lyrics, but I've never really tried to promote any kind of harm to anybody, or any kind of hatred towards anyone's belief system or another. It's always been about trying to instill some sense of self-worth, and to spur creative thinking." more.

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