History WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids / Music

5th Jun '17 11:51:01 AM Pichu-kun
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* Music/ArianaGrande has a lot of 9-16 year old fans due to the fact she began as a Nickelodeon child star and she has a "cute" look to her. A good number of her singles are rather clean however not all are. For example, "Dangerous Woman" and "Into You" both non-explictly reference sex.

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* Music/ArianaGrande has a lot of 9-16 year old fans due to the fact she began as a Nickelodeon child star and she has a "cute" look to her. A good number of her singles are rather clean however not all are. For example, "Dangerous Woman" and "Into You" both non-explictly reference sex.sex.
* Despite the peppy sound of most of Music/EvelynEvelyn's songs, they're not remotely for kids. Despite its 1920s sounding tune and funny {{retraux}} animated music video, "Have You Seen My Sister Evelyn?" is about a woman complaining about her twin sister who is very promiscuous. The first part of the song is rather sfw but then the second part features profanity. There's similarly nothing child-friendly about "Sandy Fishnets" despite its lyrics or cute music video, which is about how a child prostitute was killed when she turned thirteen due to being seen as too old.
5th Jun '17 11:49:56 AM Pichu-kun
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* Originally, Music/GreenDay's CD ''Dookie'' had an Ernie (from ''Series/SesameStreet'') puppet in the mosh pit. Just for starters, track 14 is called F.O.D. (Fuck Off and Die). For this reason as well as fear of litigation, Ernie was airbrushed out of later pressings of the album. Ironically, the album's title would later be used in the Sesame Street video "Elmo's Potty Time". A few reviews complaining about the segment containing the word "dookie" [[https://www.amazon.com/Sesame-Street-Elmos-Potty-Time/product-reviews/B000G0O5F0/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_viewopt_kywd?ie=UTF8&reviewerType=all_reviews&showViewpoints=0&pageNumber=1&filterByKeyword=green+day point this out]] when they mention it's not for kids.

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* Originally, Music/GreenDay's CD ''Dookie'' had an Ernie (from ''Series/SesameStreet'') puppet in the mosh pit. Just for starters, track 14 is called F.O.D. (Fuck Off and Die). For this reason as well as fear of litigation, Ernie was airbrushed out of later pressings of the album. Ironically, the album's title would later be used in the Sesame Street ''Sesame Street'' video "Elmo's Potty Time". A few reviews complaining about the segment containing the word "dookie" [[https://www.amazon.com/Sesame-Street-Elmos-Potty-Time/product-reviews/B000G0O5F0/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_viewopt_kywd?ie=UTF8&reviewerType=all_reviews&showViewpoints=0&pageNumber=1&filterByKeyword=green+day point this out]] when they mention it's not for kids.



* "[[Music/{{Voltaire}} BRAINS!]]" is a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_i7tqWMbUFU fun song]] from a [[WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy children's show.]] Songs such as "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LaD2iqGvn1w Cantina]]"... [[NotSafeForWork aren't]].
** Let's not forget his song ''Zombie Prostitute''!
** Music/{{Voltaire}} eventually did release a children's album.

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* "[[Music/{{Voltaire}} BRAINS!]]" is a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_i7tqWMbUFU fun song]] from a [[WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy children's show.]] Songs such as "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LaD2iqGvn1w Cantina]]"... [[NotSafeForWork aren't]].
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aren't]]. Let's not forget his song ''Zombie Prostitute''!
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Prostitute''! Music/{{Voltaire}} eventually did release a children's album.



* When filk-rapper Luke Ski appeared at a Harry Potter new-release celebration, he was asked to perform each of his songs with Potter references. Evidently the event's organizers hadn't listened to the rest of these songs, as Luke had to improvise alternative lyrics on the fly to avoid exposing grade-school kids to lines about Jay and Silent Bob smoking pot.

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* When filk-rapper Luke Ski appeared at a Harry Potter ''Harry Potter'' new-release celebration, he was asked to perform each of his songs with Potter ''Potter'' references. Evidently the event's organizers hadn't listened to the rest of these songs, as Luke had to improvise alternative lyrics on the fly to avoid exposing grade-school kids to lines about Jay and Silent Bob smoking pot.



* Go to any party where rap music is played in 2015, and you're guaranteed to hear [[NWordPrivileges "Hot Nigga"]] played at least once. This song was a HUGE hit in 2014, even among ([[UnfortunateImplications primarily black]]) elementary school-aged kids, who know how to do the dance that goes along with it (known as the "shomoney" dance). The explicit title alone (the clean version is called "Hot Boy") alone is enough to shock parents into not buying or downloading the song for their kids, as well as the name of the stage name of the artist who made it (Bobby [=ShMURDA=]), but wait until you hear the lyrics of the song.

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* Go to any party where rap music is played in 2015, and you're guaranteed to hear [[NWordPrivileges "Hot Nigga"]] played at least once. This song was a HUGE hit in 2014, even among ([[UnfortunateImplications primarily black]]) (primarily black) elementary school-aged kids, who know how to do the dance that goes along with it (known as the "shomoney" dance). The explicit title alone (the clean version is called "Hot Boy") alone is enough to shock parents into not buying or downloading the song for their kids, as well as the name of the stage name of the artist who made it (Bobby [=ShMURDA=]), but wait until you hear the lyrics of the song.



* Creator/ShelSilverstein's ''other'' career - when he wasn't writing children's stories or articles for Magazine/{{Playboy}}, he was writing songs. Fortunately, songs tend to be remembered as being by their performers, not their writers, but he's the man who wrote "A Boy Named Sue" (bad language, violence), "The Mermaid" (*ahem* inappropriate subject for children), and "You're Always Welcome at Our House" (depicting the murders of various visitors to the house by the children).
** ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' actually [[http://youtu.be/DZ-EJNz2AoE used that one for a sketch]] in the Marisa Berenson episode, cheerfully playing up the Roald Dahl-like comedy.
* Music/EmilieAutumn's "Miss Lucy Had Some Leeches" might ''sound'' like it's a [[LyricalDissonance cheerful kid's song]], but if you actually listen to the lyrics, you'll discover that it's... [[IronicNurseryTune not]]. In fact, it's about insane asylums, female circumcision and rape.

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* Creator/ShelSilverstein's ''other'' career - when he wasn't writing children's stories or articles for Magazine/{{Playboy}}, he was writing songs. Fortunately, songs tend to be remembered as being by their performers, not their writers, but he's the man who wrote "A Boy Named Sue" (bad language, violence), "The Mermaid" (*ahem* inappropriate subject for children), and "You're Always Welcome at Our House" (depicting the murders of various visitors to the house by the children).
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children). ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' actually [[http://youtu.be/DZ-EJNz2AoE used that one for a sketch]] in the Marisa Berenson episode, cheerfully playing up the Roald Dahl-like comedy.
* Music/EmilieAutumn's "Miss Lucy Had Some Leeches" might ''sound'' like it's a [[LyricalDissonance cheerful kid's song]], but if you actually listen to the lyrics, you'll discover that it's... [[IronicNurseryTune not]]. In fact, it's about insane asylums, female circumcision circumcision, and rape.



* "''I'm a Barbie girl, in a Barbie world...''" "''You can brush my hair, undress me anywhere...''" What do you mean the lyrics are sexual? It's about {{Franchise/Barbie}}! It's kid friendly!

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* "''I'm a Barbie girl, in a Barbie world...''" "''You can brush my hair, undress me anywhere...''" What do you mean the lyrics are sexual? It's about {{Franchise/Barbie}}! It's kid friendly!friendly! Barbie itself even began using it for commercials eventually.



* KatyPerry's appeal to young children (due to the fact she's basically pop music's Candy Queen) is arguably what makes up the bulk of her popularity. However, not only is there the [[{{Stripperiffic}} sexually suggestive outfits]], in her music there's also the [[ClusterFBomb swearing]], the sexual themes and the harshly worded [[TakeThat take-thats]].
* FallOutBoy has always attracted a fair amount of teenagers and the older crowd due to their innuendo laced lyrics. That didn't stop Kidz Bop for wanting to put "Dance, Dance" on ''Kidz Bop 10''. [[http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1533265/fall-out-boy-take-on-kidz-bop.jhtml The band and their manager weren't pleased]], especially since Kidz Bop technically didn't need their permission to use it. Kidz Bop eventually dumped the track from the list. Later on, "[[DoubleEntendre Sugar, We're Goin' Down]]" got away with being used for the trailers of the Tim Allen movie, ''Zoom: Academy for Superheroes''.

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* KatyPerry's Music/KatyPerry's appeal to young children (due to the fact she's basically pop music's Candy Queen) is arguably what makes up the bulk of her popularity. However, not only is there the [[{{Stripperiffic}} sexually suggestive outfits]], in her music there's also the [[ClusterFBomb swearing]], the sexual themes and the harshly worded [[TakeThat take-thats]].
* FallOutBoy Music/FallOutBoy has always attracted a fair amount of teenagers and the older crowd due to their innuendo laced lyrics. That didn't stop Kidz Bop for wanting to put "Dance, Dance" on ''Kidz Bop 10''. [[http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1533265/fall-out-boy-take-on-kidz-bop.jhtml The band and their manager weren't pleased]], especially since Kidz Bop technically didn't need their permission to use it. Kidz Bop eventually dumped the track from the list. Later on, "[[DoubleEntendre Sugar, We're Goin' Down]]" got away with being used for the trailers of the Tim Allen movie, ''Zoom: Academy for Superheroes''.



* In 1982 - 1983, millions of preteen and teenaged girls were greatly moved as they sat by their record players and listened to then-teen idols Music/DuranDuran's hit single "Save a Prayer", and when they saw Duran Duran perform said song live they flicked their Bic lighters on and swayed to and fro. All of this raw emotion was for a song singing the joys of one-night stands.
** It doesn't help that the song sounds like a beautiful melancholy "break up song"-type ballad (even if it does mention 'a one-night stand') and the band's lyrics tend to be varying degrees of [[WordSaladLyrics "word salady"]]. It sounds like a beautiful, loving, romantic, sensitive ode to a one-night stand....or something.
* Music/{{Rihanna}}'s song "Shut Up And Drive" appeared in ''Film/WreckItRalph'', but if you read the lyrics and see the music video, you'll quickly learn it's... [[DoubleEntendre not about racing.]] The fact a song like this made it [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar through to a kid's movie in the first place is astonishing.]]

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* In 1982 - 1983, millions of preteen and teenaged girls were greatly moved as they sat by their record players and listened to then-teen idols Music/DuranDuran's hit single "Save a Prayer", and when they saw Duran Duran perform said song live they flicked their Bic lighters on and swayed to and fro. All of this raw emotion was for a song singing the joys of one-night stands.
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stands. It doesn't help that the song sounds like a beautiful melancholy "break up song"-type ballad (even if it does mention 'a one-night stand') and the band's lyrics tend to be varying degrees of [[WordSaladLyrics "word salady"]]. It sounds like a beautiful, loving, romantic, sensitive ode to a one-night stand....or something.
* Music/{{Rihanna}}'s song "Shut Up And Drive" appeared in ''Film/WreckItRalph'', ''Disney/WreckItRalph'', but if you read the lyrics and see the music video, you'll quickly learn it's... [[DoubleEntendre not about racing.]] The fact a song like this made it [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar through to a kid's movie in the first place is astonishing.]]



* A favorite song for grade school choruses and children's church choirs is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvVs_s1IbrU "The Rhythm of Life."]] This is a perfectly fine choice... unless a child or parent decides to look up the song and ends up finding the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj9xsSuczes original unsanitized version]] from the musical ''Theatre/SweetCharity''.
** For example, there are clear differences between "And the voice said 'Neighbor, there's a million reasons/Why you should be glad in all four seasons./Hit the road Neighbor; leave your worries and strife./And spread the religion of the rhythm of life,'" (choral version) vs "And the voice said 'Daddy there's a million pigeons/Waiting to be hooked on new religions./Hit the road Daddy; leave your common-law wife/Spread the religion of the rhythm of life,'" (musical version).

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* A favorite song for grade school choruses and children's church choirs is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvVs_s1IbrU "The Rhythm of Life."]] This is a perfectly fine choice... unless a child or parent decides to look up the song and ends up finding the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj9xsSuczes original unsanitized version]] from the musical ''Theatre/SweetCharity''.
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''Theatre/SweetCharity''. For example, there are clear differences between "And the voice said 'Neighbor, there's a million reasons/Why you should be glad in all four seasons./Hit the road Neighbor; leave your worries and strife./And spread the religion of the rhythm of life,'" (choral version) vs "And the voice said 'Daddy there's a million pigeons/Waiting to be hooked on new religions./Hit the road Daddy; leave your common-law wife/Spread the religion of the rhythm of life,'" (musical version).



* Music/MelanieMartinez dresses in cute pastel dresses and sings [[LyricalDissonance cheery sounding]] songs with names like "Teddy Bear" and "Dollhouse". Despite this she is not a musician you should probably let your toddler listen to. Her songs are often about dysfunctional romances, abuse, [[MurderBallad murder]], and [[SanitySlippageSong mental instability]].

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* Music/MelanieMartinez dresses in cute pastel dresses and sings [[LyricalDissonance cheery sounding]] songs with names like "Teddy Bear" and "Dollhouse". Despite this she is not a musician you should probably let your toddler listen to. Her songs are often about dysfunctional romances, abuse, [[MurderBallad murder]], and [[SanitySlippageSong mental instability]]. Almost all of them feature profanity as well.



* [[Music/{{Devo}} Devo]] probably got this back in their heyday. Imagine parents taking their families to their concerts, only to be shocked by songs such as "Speed Racer" (which has a pirate that likes to steal and kill, and the "dirty version" has the Barbie doll saying the F word) and "Planet Earth" (which mentions getting drunk in local bars).

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* [[Music/{{Devo}} Devo]] Music/{{Devo}} probably got this back in their heyday. Imagine parents taking their families to their concerts, only to be shocked by songs such as "Speed Racer" (which has a pirate that likes to steal and kill, and the "dirty version" has the Barbie doll saying the F word) and "Planet Earth" (which mentions getting drunk in local bars).



* BowlingForSoup did the theme song for PhineasAndFerb (and lead singer Jaret Reddick even voices a character on the show), and also did songs for lots of kids movies, so they must be kid-friendly right? Though they did Bowderlize some of their songs for Radio Disney airplay, the unedited versions of the songs arent really kid-friendly (The unedited version of High School Never Ends for example mentions sex and drugs in the chorus alone), and that applies to their albums in general, lots of songs about Sex, drinking, and profanity.

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* BowlingForSoup Music/BowlingForSoup did the theme song for PhineasAndFerb ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' (and lead singer Jaret Reddick even voices a character on the show), and also did songs for lots of kids movies, so they must be kid-friendly right? Though they did Bowderlize some of their songs for Radio Disney airplay, the unedited versions of the songs arent really kid-friendly (The (the unedited version of High "High School Never Ends Ends" for example mentions sex and drugs in the chorus alone), and that applies to their albums in general, lots of songs about Sex, drinking, and profanity.profanity.
* Music/ArianaGrande has a lot of 9-16 year old fans due to the fact she began as a Nickelodeon child star and she has a "cute" look to her. A good number of her singles are rather clean however not all are. For example, "Dangerous Woman" and "Into You" both non-explictly reference sex.
2nd Jun '17 11:22:23 AM J79
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----* BowlingForSoup did the theme song for PhineasAndFerb (and lead singer Jaret Reddick even voices a character on the show), and also did songs for lots of kids movies, so they must be kid-friendly right? Though they did Bowderlize some of their songs for Radio Disney airplay, the unedited versions of the songs arent really kid-friendly (The unedited version of High School Never Ends for example mentions sex and drugs in the chorus alone), and that applies to their albums in general, lots of songs about Sex, drinking, and profanity.
26th Apr '17 3:38:18 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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* There were these toothbrushes that played music when used. One of them played [[Music/{{KISS}} Detroit Rock City]] when used, and the song was also in the ads. [[SarcasmMode Because a song about a guy going way over the speed limit while listening to KISS and going to a KISS Concert and getting into a head-on collision with a large truck and DYING is for kids!]] Did we mention it's a true story and one of the lyrics is either "I know I'm gonna die, why?" or "I know I'm gonna die, and I don't care!" depending on the version?
** There's also another toothbrush that plays "Only Girl in the World" when it's used. Yes, the same song that features lyrics like THESE:
-->Want you to take me like a thief in the night
-->Hold me like a pillow, make me feel right

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* There were these "[[Music/{{KISS}} Detroit Rock City]]" is one of many rather inappropriate songs featured on Tooth Tunes, a line of toothbrushes that played music when used. One of them played [[Music/{{KISS}} Detroit Rock City]] when used, and the song was also in the ads. used play music. [[SarcasmMode Because Nothing brings kids to brush their teeth quite like]] [[LyricalDissonance a song about a guy going way over the speed limit while listening to KISS and going to a KISS Concert concert and getting into dying in a head-on collision with a large truck and DYING is for kids!]] car crash!]] Did we mention it's a true story and one of the lyrics is either "I know I'm gonna die, why?" or "I know I'm gonna die, and I don't care!" depending on the version?
** There's also another toothbrush that plays "Only Girl in the World" when it's used. Yes, the same song that features lyrics like THESE:
-->Want you to take me like a thief in the night
-->Hold me like a pillow, make me feel right
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26th Apr '17 3:34:35 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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* [[Music/{{TheB52s}} The B-52's]] were popular with toddlers, yet they have such [[Main/{{SarcasmMode}} delightful]] songs as "Roam" (which is about wanting to travel to take your mind of depression), "The Chosen One" (which has the very clunky line "Lest these titans wreak destruction upon the world in which they clash"), "Quiche Lorraine" (about bestiality, specifically about a poodle who runs away from Fred Schneider, dumping him for a Great Dane), "Dirty Back Road" (which is an UnusualEuphemism for doing it doggy style), and we should probably stop before we accidentally list all of ''Good Stuff''.

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* [[Music/{{TheB52s}} The B-52's]] were popular with toddlers, yet they have such [[Main/{{SarcasmMode}} delightful]] songs as "Roam" (which is about wanting to travel to take your mind of depression), "The Chosen One" (which has the very clunky line "Lest these titans wreak destruction upon the world in which they clash"), "Quiche Lorraine" (about bestiality, specifically about a poodle who runs away from Fred Schneider, dumping him for a Great Dane), "Dirty Back Road" (which is an UnusualEuphemism for doing it doggy style), and we should probably stop before we accidentally list all of ''Good Stuff''.
3rd Apr '17 2:59:08 PM Bassman
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** Devo 2.0 (aka DEV2.0) take the cake, with a bowdlerized version of an anti-George Bush song from Jerry's solo project Jihad Jerry & The Evildoers.

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** Devo 2.0 (aka DEV2.0) [=DEV2.0=]) take the cake, with a bowdlerized version of an anti-George Bush song from Jerry's solo project Jihad Jerry & The Evildoers.Evildoers.
** To put the point even further, there have been reports of [[Main/{{FanCommunityNicknames}} Spuds, Devotees, and Beautiful Mutants]] taking their ''children'' to the band's concerts.
* [[Music/{{TheB52s}} The B-52's]] were popular with toddlers, yet they have such [[Main/{{SarcasmMode}} delightful]] songs as "Roam" (which is about wanting to travel to take your mind of depression), "The Chosen One" (which has the very clunky line "Lest these titans wreak destruction upon the world in which they clash"), "Quiche Lorraine" (about bestiality, specifically about a poodle who runs away from Fred Schneider, dumping him for a Great Dane), "Dirty Back Road" (which is an UnusualEuphemism for doing it doggy style), and we should probably stop before we accidentally list all of ''Good Stuff''.
** Three songs by the Beat Bombers have mentions of alcohol.
3rd Apr '17 2:47:54 PM Bassman
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* [[Music/{{Devo}} Devo]] probably got this back in their heyday. Imagine parents taking their families to their concerts, only to be shocked by songs such as "Speed Racer" (which has a pirate that likes to steal and kill, and the "dirty version" has the Barbie doll saying the F word) and "Planet Earth" (which mentions getting drunk in local bars).
** "Beautiful World" was featured on the Starbucks Coffee-exclusive kids compilation CD ''Music For Little Hipsters'' (yes, that's really the name of it). The music video features footage of wars and things that internet "social justice warriors" get "triggered" over, along with footage of kids starving in poor countries. Someone at Rhino or Starbucks should have ''really'' checked the lyrics for the lines "It's not for me!" and "Not me!"
** Devo 2.0 (aka DEV2.0) take the cake, with a bowdlerized version of an anti-George Bush song from Jerry's solo project Jihad Jerry & The Evildoers.
20th Mar '17 4:53:01 PM nombretomado
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* Music/MirandaCosgrove. Same problems as Hilary (Although she's with {{Nickelodeon}}, not Creator/{{Disney}}). In fact, some of her songs reek of this.

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* Music/MirandaCosgrove. Same problems as Hilary (Although she's with {{Nickelodeon}}, {{Creator/Nickelodeon}}, not Creator/{{Disney}}). In fact, some of her songs reek of this.
17th Mar '17 3:14:58 PM arnoldmcguire335
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* Originally, Music/GreenDay's CD ''Dookie'' had an Ernie (from ''Series/SesameStreet'') puppet in the mosh pit. Just for starters, track 14 is called F.O.D. (Fuck Off and Die). For this reason as well as fear of litigation, Ernie was airbrushed out of later pressings of the album. Ironically, the album's title would later be used in the Sesame Street video "Elmo's Potty Time". A few reviews complaining about the segment containing the word "dookie" [[https://www.amazon.com/Sesame-Street-Elmos-Potty-Time/product-reviews/B000G0O5F0/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_viewopt_kywd?ie=UTF8&reviewerType=all_reviews&showViewpoints=0&pageNumber=1&filterByKeyword=green+day point this out when they mention it's not for kids.

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* Originally, Music/GreenDay's CD ''Dookie'' had an Ernie (from ''Series/SesameStreet'') puppet in the mosh pit. Just for starters, track 14 is called F.O.D. (Fuck Off and Die). For this reason as well as fear of litigation, Ernie was airbrushed out of later pressings of the album. Ironically, the album's title would later be used in the Sesame Street video "Elmo's Potty Time". A few reviews complaining about the segment containing the word "dookie" [[https://www.amazon.com/Sesame-Street-Elmos-Potty-Time/product-reviews/B000G0O5F0/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_viewopt_kywd?ie=UTF8&reviewerType=all_reviews&showViewpoints=0&pageNumber=1&filterByKeyword=green+day point this out out]] when they mention it's not for kids.



* Speedcore artist ''Renard'' (which made albums under the LapFox label) has a dedicated small demographic of 9-year olds. Most of his tracks are indeed kid-friendly (heavy SensoryAbuse notwithstanding), but some others are just fucked up, with outright lovely names like ''Team Murder''. These lines from the track ''Big Shot'' drive the point home:\\
''If I was president''\\
''I got elected on Friday''\\
''assassinated on Saturday''\\
''maybe on Sunday''

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* Speedcore artist ''Renard'' (which made albums under the LapFox [=LapFox=] label) has a dedicated small demographic of 9-year olds. Most of his tracks are indeed kid-friendly (heavy SensoryAbuse notwithstanding), but some others are just fucked up, with outright lovely names like ''Team Murder''. These lines from the track ''Big Shot'' drive the point home:\\
''If
home:
-->''If
I was president''\\
''I
president''
-->''I
got elected on Friday''\\
''assassinated
Friday''
-->''assassinated
on Saturday''\\
''maybe
Saturday''
-->''maybe
on Sunday''



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