So, this is the best #@%&! music of 2013?!


Glancing over at the endcap on an aisle at a Target, the shelf was filled with albums (yes, Grandpa still calls them albums) from 2013 Grammy nominees.
Printed on the front of every CD: “Parental Advisory Explicit Lyrics.”
The warning label has been around for decades now, fueled by Prince’s 1984 Purple Rain; Tipper Gore wasn’t crazy about the racy songs on that record when she bought it for her 12-year-old daughter and that kicked off the federal proceedings that resulted in the sticker.


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