Time for you to play the radio executive...here's the scenario: You have a band you want to get on the radio, in an effort to expose them to more people. You have a song you want to use. Your song has profanity (a no-no for the radio). Your song is excessively long (a no-no for the radio). What do you do? You get in the studio and edit the tune - cut some parts out, perhaps cut a couple new vocal tracks, whatever. In this case, we are talking about the 1998 radio campaign for the Coal Chamber track "Sway". On the self titled Coal Chamber debut, this track clocked in at 3:35 (very acceptable length for the radio) and was filled with a plethora of obscenities. The radio version came out 25 seconds shorter (3:10) and clean as a whistle...with some other minor changes. So, here's an exercise for you - pull out your Coal Chamber debut and listen to "Sway". Got it? Good. Where would you make the 'radio' changes? How would you deal with making this radio ready? Then, go to our MUSIC section and check out the stream of "Sway" which we just put up, the radio version. Can you tell where the differences are? Make note, there will be a quiz. One last thing, check out the artwork that went along with this piece - the front of the package can be seen HERE, and the back of the package can be seen HERE. Enjoy. new Coal Chamber music coming soon...