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Thread: Parental Advisory and Musicians as 'Role Models'

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    Well its down to the age old thing that if you let your parents choose your music you are pretty much F**ked :

    "Our committee will check with the restaurant owners and the cafes to see what errr Presley records is in their machines and ask them to do away with them" ( quote opening to a Cochran summertime blues )

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    depends on how old they are, same with tv and films. they get enough at school without parents giving them the ok.
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    Yeah there is a loose balance. I wouldnt want a younger child to be listening to Plan B... Kidz but there is a point where they need to face the world and they will hear more in the playground than any song.

    I dont think you can wrap kids in cotton wool for too long. Any well balanced well brought up child is going to be interested in questioning the slant of a song lyric.

    There is a more liberal bohemian balance than some parents feel comfortable with. You end up with a ridiculous situation where chavs are making a massive issue of their kid hearing a swear word when they probably heard it from their parents first. Dont fucking swear johnny you little .......!

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    I think swearing in music is a bit different to everyday language, I guess like nudity is accepted in art, but less so in a magazine.

    When I was 13, I came home with a copy of 'Never Mind the Bollocks' by the Sex Pistols. My Mum threw away the cover, but she never stopped me listening to the record.

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