Most risque/controversial song?

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Postby anthontherun » Fri Jun 27, 2003 11:36 pm

And the way he sings it is totally unsexy. The original is breathy and sung in agony, as if he's addicted to...the girl he's singing to. :blush:
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Postby U62 » Fri Jun 27, 2003 11:52 pm

Most disturbing for me was from "Why Does This..."


There was a 12-car pile-up, everybody dead
And I saw brains and guts and vital organs splattered everywhere
As well as my friend Robert's disembodied head

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Well, I told him I was busy, but he still just kept on asking
So I turned around and stabbed him in the face
Oh, and wouldn't you know it? My knife got stuck
I guess that's probably bound to happen now and then
But I'm afraid I may have bent the tip a little
And I know that blade will never ever be quite as sharp again



Great sounding song, but lyrics make me want to skip in around company. :(

Wanna B Ur Lovr is definately a riske topic, but it's humorous enough that I would have no problem playing it around my mother.
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Postby Weird Alan » Sun Jun 29, 2003 8:22 am

WBUL? What on earth? I didn't even think that could make the list...much less lead in voting o.o;;;
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Postby they might be giants » Sun Jun 29, 2003 9:23 pm

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Gotta go with JS, the only song where Al has used the words KKK, slut, gay, crack ho, transvestite, shemale... I think. That's not the normal Al explicit stuff, usually just blood and gore and inuendos.


he uses "slut" in gump, also
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Postby danthefanman » Mon Jun 30, 2003 5:29 am

Oh yea, but I still think using all those words together makes it the most controversial song Al's ever done. I love how Al can be just as controvercial as aritists like Eminem, and never even really cursing besides more immpolite words like those ones.
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Postby ThewEiRdOne27 » Mon Jun 30, 2003 7:04 am

I voted Trigger Happy, since it DOES celebrate guns and violence... or was that Death Row?

I personally think it's funny, but most others probably wouldn't.
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Postby Grom » Mon Jun 30, 2003 11:48 am

Gotta go with JS, the only song where Al has used the words KKK, slut, gay, crack ho, transvestite, shemale... I think. That's not the normal Al explicit stuff, usually just blood and gore and inuendos.


he uses "slut" in gump, also


"Gay" is used in Couch Potato.
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Postby Elvis » Tue Jul 01, 2003 4:08 pm

he uses "slut" in gump, also


And he actually got to sing that word on the Disney outlet "Safety Patrol." Yet somehow, hitting on a queen gets censored.

Where's the choice for "The Saga Begins?" Radio Disney thinks that's pretty controversial. :rolleyes:

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Postby weird_el » Tue Jul 01, 2003 4:15 pm

I'll always believe that gratuitous violence is more controversial than sexual innuendo. It's weird that society-at-large doesn't feel this way. So, my vote is for "other" Good Old Days.

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Postby Orthography Enthusiast » Tue Jul 01, 2003 4:25 pm

El, maybe gratuitous sex is considered more controversial than gratuitous violence because the former is a more popular temptation than the latter. If somebody actually perpetrates some gratuitous violence in real life, all of a sudden the depictions of it do get controversial.
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