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The Album Your Parents Threw In the Trash

Sdafsdaf I don't know about you, but I grew up in a time when owning an album with swearing on it was still taboo. It probably still is.

Except, back in my day, albums were liable to be taken and thrown in the garbage. Now what? A parent gets pissed off and makes their child delete songs from their iPod.

I faintly remember sneaking to the back of Target, buying a CD with a Parental Advisory label, and attempting to hide the purchase from my dad. It didn't work.

He forced me to return it.

IsĀ there anything that prevents kids from getting a hold of "bad music" these days? Or has the idea of hiding "bad music" been almost entirely muted?

It's now one click away.

Marilyn Manson's album Antichrist Superstar and it's crazy CD art isn't hidden under your bed's mattress. It's something "Hearted" in Grooveshark. How lame.

Share a story about an album that got thrown away by your parents. Or, talk about how you police what your kids listen to. How do you control it?


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