History ClusterFBomb / Music

29th Apr '17 4:47:25 PM ZeroDozer
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** Their song "Y'All Want a Single" (a protest against the music industry) isn't as much of a Cluster F-Bomb as it is a ''Carpet F-Bomb''. It has 89 instances of the F-word. The chorus goes "Y'all want a single say fuck that, Fuck that, Fuck that!" four times, some times with two additional "fuck that"s done by a backing vocal.

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** Their song "Y'All Want a Single" (a protest against the music industry) isn't as much of a Cluster F-Bomb as it is a ''Carpet F-Bomb''. It has 89 instances of the F-word.F-word at the impressive mark of under 3 minutes and 20 seconds. The chorus goes "Y'all want a single say fuck that, Fuck that, Fuck that!" four times, some times with two additional "fuck that"s done by a backing vocal.
29th Apr '17 4:30:07 PM ZeroDozer
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** Their song "Y'All Want a Single" (a protest against the music industry) has 87 instances of the F-word. The chorus goes "Y'all want a single say fuck that, Fuck that, Fuck that!" three times.

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** Their song "Y'All Want a Single" (a protest against the music industry) isn't as much of a Cluster F-Bomb as it is a ''Carpet F-Bomb''. It has 87 89 instances of the F-word. The chorus goes "Y'all want a single say fuck that, Fuck that, Fuck that!" three times.four times, some times with two additional "fuck that"s done by a backing vocal.
2nd Feb '17 5:53:37 AM Ccook1956
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* George Carlin's 1972 treatise, "The Seven Words You Can't Say On Television": Shit, piss, fuck, cunt, cock-sucker, mother fucker and tits. Those are the words that will infect your soul, curve your spine, and keep the country from winning the war. (A year later, three words were added to the list--fart, turd and twat.)
23rd Jan '17 9:43:01 AM zookx1
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-3N6rz_sps This]] Johnny Cash parody by Dave Shirley. It's appropriately entitled "I've Used Every Swear" (WARNING: Not for the faint of heart).
31st Dec '16 7:07:20 PM nombretomado
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* The Music/MitchBenn album ''Broken Strings'' has a Parental Advisory sticker on it. This is entirely due to one song, "A Song for Europe" which consists of throwing F-bombs and other abuse at every country in the EurovisionSongContest, ending with the UK.

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* The Music/MitchBenn album ''Broken Strings'' has a Parental Advisory sticker on it. This is entirely due to one song, "A Song for Europe" which consists of throwing F-bombs and other abuse at every country in the EurovisionSongContest, Series/EurovisionSongContest, ending with the UK.
5th Nov '16 6:03:25 PM TheBuddy26
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->''So fuck him and fuck you too''

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->''So ->''[[TakeThat So fuck him him]] [[FanHater and fuck you too''too]]''
25th Aug '16 1:53:19 PM CaptainClown
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* Music/MyChemicalRomance doesn't normally do this, preferring instead to use [[PrecisionFStrike precise]] [[AtomicFBomb nuclear swears]]. However, their song "[[Music/TheBlackParade Teenagers]]" is this, due to the immortal chorus:
-->They said all teenagers scare, the livin' ''shit'' outta me,
-->They could care less, unless someone'll bleed,
-->so darken your clothes, and stike a violent pose, maybe they'll leave you alone, but not me!

This is repeated about ''five times'' over the course of the songs.
27th Jul '16 3:01:20 PM TimeLordVictorious
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* Probably the UrExample of a ClusterFBomb in music is "The End" by Music/TheDoors, where there is one segment of the song where every other word Jim Morrison says is "fuck".
18th Jun '16 7:22:35 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* Music/{{Dismember}}'s "In Death's Cold Embrace" drops the F-Bomb 19 times.
6th Jun '16 8:10:19 AM LondonKdS
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* "[[BawdySong So What]]" by the Anti-Nowhere League, a British punk band (it was also covered by Music/{{Metallica}} on ''Garage Inc.''). The song is based on the band members listening to two men in a bar going back and forth about things they've done in their life, each trying to top the other in vulgarity and audacity. It's a pretty safe bet that this song probably didn't see much radio play.

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* "[[BawdySong So What]]" by the Anti-Nowhere League, a British punk band (it was also covered by Music/{{Metallica}} on ''Garage Inc.''). The song is based on the band members listening to two men in a bar going back and forth about things they've done in their life, each trying to top the other in vulgarity and audacity. It's a pretty safe bet that this song probably didn't see much radio play.It actually managed to be successfully prosecuted as criminally obscene in the UK.
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