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The Parents Music Resource Center was the "brains" behind the now-familiar Parental Advisory stickers on albums, indicating controversial content. It was supposed to be a warning for parents, but in the end turned out to be a great advertisement for kids looking for the kind of music that would best freak out their parents. In 1985 the PMRC published the Filthy Fifteen, a list of songs they considered the most egregious offenders. In 2019, some of the choices seem almost comical, but here's an entire episode devoted to Tipper & Al Gore, the PMRC, and the Filthy Fifteen (plus some additional tunes they undoubtably would have hated just as much, if not more).
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