What Will Replace “Rock And Roll Part 2″?

Newsweek reports:

The NFL has effectively banned stadiums from playing Gary Glitter’s “Rock and Roll Part 2″ after the Brit rocker was convicted of molesting underage girls in Vietnam, prompting a search for a substitute celebratory anthem. The Denver Broncos switched to Big Bad Voodoo Daddy’s “Go Daddy-o”; Kansas City Chiefs fans voted for P.O.D.’s “Boom.”

Meanwhile, the Pats are asking fans to pick a replacement:

Beginning this 2006 season, the New England Patriots will be using new music after scoring touchdowns! We’d love to hear your opinion.

NOTE: You can check out which song is the new touchdown song on September 10th at Gillette Stadium when the Patriots take on the Buffalo Bills. If you can’t be at the game, the results will be posted on Patriots.com just after kickoff.

The 1812 – Overture
Ain’t Talkin’ Bout Love – Van Halen
Elevation – U2
Song 2 – Blur
Thunderstruck – AC/DC
Yeah – Usher

“You may also suggest a song not listed above.” Stereogum says: The Go! Team!