Parental Advisory Suggested

Thanks to the P.M.R.C. 27 years ago this week, albums and singles sold in stores with explicit lyrics or questionable content were labeled with a warning sticker.  Basically, after the hearings were over, all kids in the 80’s had to do was look for the warning sticker.  Thanks P.M.R.C., you made it easy to find the records that drive parents crazy.
By the way, if you want the whole story check it out here.   

Here is the “filthy 15” that apparently started it all.  
Judas Priest -- "Eat Me Alive"
Motley Crue --"B*st*rd"
Prince -- "Darling Nikki"
Sheena Easton -- "Sugar Walls"
W.A.S.P. -- "(Animal) F-*-*-* Like a Beast"
Mercyful Fate -- "Into the Coven
Vanity -- "Strap on Robbie Baby"
Def Leppard -- "High n' Dry"
Twisted Sister -- "We're Not Gonna Take It"
Madonna -- "Dress You Up"
Cyndi Lauper -- "She Bop"
AC/DC -- "Let Me Put My Love Into You"
Black Sabbath -- "Trashed"
Mary Jane Girls -- "My House"
Venom -- "Possessed"  

Dee Snider of Twisted Sister testifying before the Senate.  Warning Language (Ha!)


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