This has been confirmed by the WADA Chairman, John Fahey. "Musicians often use drugs to write songs and create music. The use of drugs by musicians also helps in increasing their performance during concerts. Isn't this akin to use of drugs to build up muscle and enhance one's performance in sports? We have to stop such dishonest people."
Deo.....errr Dio, as always, had an opinion on this matter
This move is aimed to reduce the 'artificial' competition among rock and heavy metal bands by forcing musicians to rely only on their talent and technique. Lame-ass Indian bands who do not take drugs are beleived to be positively ecstatic about this new regulation. A wannabe rockstar whose band enters the Channel [V] Launchpad every year had this to say, "Yes! Finally we will get a level playing field. Till now all the other bands made us look like those cute kittens on youtube. But no more!"
But certain stars who are known only for sex and drugs and not rock'n roll, like Courtney Love, had this to say, "F*** you WADA!"
Surprisingly, some fans openly welcomed this new initiative. "Hell yeah, bring it on!", they cried in unison. "There is always a competition to see which country has the best crowds. I'm sure plenty of those people in foreign countries behave wildly because they are on drugs. But Indians are totally hardcore. Indians crowds don't need drugs to be rowdy. Now let's see who is the best audience!"
The economic fallout of this move is expected to immense, and drug manufacturers in the USA have already appealed for a bailout, even as the Taliban and Al-Qaeda have begun thinking of new ways to finance their operations.