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CD seems to have multiple musical personalities.

What parents need to know

Positive messages

JC is so into himself (and his lover of the moment) that he has no time to worry about this stuff.


No violence.


Very sexually suggestive, occasionally explicit.


No offensive language.


"Everything You Want" is a commentary on materialism, from one who's been there.

Drinking, drugs, & smoking

A couple of very mild references to drinking.

Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that fans will discover that boy band graduates (or at least this one) think about sex -- a lot! This album will be fine for some teens, perhaps a little much for others. Take a look at the lyrics on a site like and decide if this is okay for your teen.

What's the story?

SCHIZOPHRENIC may not be very exciting or innovative, but it reveals the more mature, evolving side of a beloved boy-band member's personality, and it's a lot of fun for older teens.

Is it any good?


The first track, "Some Girls (Dance With Women)," is a terrific dance song with a homoerotic twist: The girls are all dancing together and this guy wants to join the fun. It's sexy with a refreshing shot of longing. The rest of the CD is sexy too, with a couple of pretty explicit moments here and there. This may come as a surprise to underage NSYNC fans who expect a sappier brand of romantic pop from the boy band veteran.

Justin Timberlake was the "cute one" in NSYNC, but JC Chavez makes an effort to maintain his "hot one" persona on this album with some very sexy lyrics. He also puts on a lively and very danceable show with energetic rhythm tracks and a "let's not take ourselves too seriously" sense of fun. The strongest tracks are the most danceable, featuring dynamic musicianship and enthusiastic vocal performances.

Families can talk about...

  • Families can talk about how this more mature album compares with the band's earlier albums. How do you like this "grown-up" version?

Music details

Artist:JC Chasez
Release date:February 24, 2004
Label:Jive Records
Parental advisory:No
Edited version available:No

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Teen, 13 years old Written byNot_Interested October 30, 2009

Bad 4 anyone

Booooooooooo! sex is for lifeless people
What other families should know
Too much sex
Teen, 16 years old Written bygeekoftheband April 9, 2008

I danced!

This CD shows JC branching out a little. It has some good dance tracks. Many songs are very sexual though and might not be appropriate for kids under 12. The lyrics aren't bad. Some messages are geared toward older kids. I liked most of the songs on this CD.
Teen, 14 years old Written byErin_aimeee March 9, 2014
I was listening to Jc Chasez's pandora station and was surprised to hear some of his songs. The 100 ways song was really inappropriate and very sexual. I was kinda surprised. This song basically describes 100 ways to make love to his girl. Not very good. I love JC to death but not this album. I was diappointed
What other families should know
Too much sex