A bizarre radio ban on Dire Straits' Money For Nothing hit has been lifted in Canada.
The 1985 track was pulled from stations earlier this year (11) following complaints over the use of the word 'faggot' in the lyrics, and radio bosses were told they had to play an edited version of the tune.
Canadian Broadcast Standards Council bosses argued that societal values had "shifted" since the track first hit airwaves 26 years ago.
Dire Straits keyboard player Guy Fletcher called the ban "hilarious" and "unbelievable" and now the Cbsc officials have decided the boycott was a fuss over nothing and they have given radio programmers the OK to play the original track.