Stafford's first charted hit was "Swamp Witch", which barely cracked the Top 40 in July of 1973. By early 1974 he had charted his biggest hit, "Spiders and Snakes", which peaked at #3 on the American charts that March.
Stafford continued to have moderate chart success through most of 1975. Popular as they were, many of Stafford's songs had a tendency to test the boundaries of censorship, which often times did not go unnoticed by some radio stations who would either censor the questionable lyrics, daypart the song, or just pull it from their playlist altogether.
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