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Parental Advisory: Explicit Content is a rating label affixed by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) to many studio albums by certain artists and musical groups that feature explicit and/or offensive language or content.

Parents featured album covers and songs that had explicit content, most memorably perhaps the cover of the band W.A.S.P.’s EP, Animal (Fuck Like A Beast) where heavy metal was on the verge of censorship.

In 1984, Twisted Sister (the band in which Dee Snider was in) released the famous single «We’re Not Gonna Take It», a protest song against the PMRC who were trying to censor heavy metal.

Thus, the PMRC worked hard with the RIAA in 1990 to standardize the label, from then on all albums containing explicit lyrics were labeled PARENTAL ADVISORY EXPLICIT CONTENT.

Albums began to be labeled with the «Explicit Lyrics» sticker in 1985, following pressure from the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC). The first albums to be labeled as containing explicit lyrics include Prince’s Purple Rain (1984), Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying? by Megadeth (1986), the eponymous album by the band Danzig (1988), Louder than Love by Soundgarden (1989), Appetite for Destruction by Guns n’ Roses (1987) and As Nasty As They Wanna Be by 2 Live Crew (1989) and had the label in the form of a Sticker placed on the cellophane wrapper. The first hip hop album to receive the label is Ice T’s debut album, Rhyme Pays, released in 1987, whose lyrics were associated with gangsta rap, an album that popularized the genre.

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Parental Advisory: Explicit Content is a rating label affixed by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) to many studio albums by certain artists and musical groups that feature explicit and/or offensive language or content.

Parents featured album covers and songs that had explicit content, most memorably perhaps the cover of the band W.A.S.P.’s EP, Animal (Fuck Like A Beast) where heavy metal was on the verge of censorship.

In 1984, Twisted Sister (the band in which Dee Snider was in) released the famous single «We’re Not Gonna Take It», a protest song against the PMRC who were trying to censor heavy metal.

Thus, the PMRC worked hard with the RIAA in 1990 to standardize the label, from then on all albums containing explicit lyrics were labeled PARENTAL ADVISORY EXPLICIT CONTENT.

Albums began to be labeled with the «Explicit Lyrics» sticker in 1985, following pressure from the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC). The first albums to be labeled as containing explicit lyrics include Prince’s Purple Rain (1984), Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying? by Megadeth (1986), the eponymous album by the band Danzig (1988), Louder than Love by Soundgarden (1989), Appetite for Destruction by Guns n’ Roses (1987) and As Nasty As They Wanna Be by 2 Live Crew (1989) and had the label in the form of a Sticker placed on the cellophane wrapper. The first hip hop album to receive the label is Ice T’s debut album, Rhyme Pays, released in 1987, whose lyrics were associated with gangsta rap, an album that popularized the genre.

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Parental Advisory: Explicit Content is a sticker placed by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on many studio albums of certain musical groups that feature offensive and/or explicit language or content.

Parents featured album covers and songs that had explicit content, most memorably perhaps the cover of the band W.A.S.P.’s EP, Animal (F*** Like A Beast), heavy metal was on the verge of censorship.

In 1984, Twisted Sister (the band in which Dee Snider was in), released the famous single «We’re Not Gonna Take It» which was a protest song against the PMRC who were trying to censor heavy metal.

Thus, the PMRC worked hard with the RIAA in 1990 to standardize the label, since then all albums containing explicit lyrics are labeled PARENTAL ADVISORY: EXPLICIT CONTENT.

In 2002 the VH1 network released a film that narrates all that happened regarding the label issue, the film is titled Warning: Parental Advisory, was directed by Mark Waters and features Jason Priestley, Mariel Hemingway and singer Dee Snider.

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