Does the FCC regulate these things? Is there some sort of a rating system so we know in the store what is appropriate? I heard the song "I gotta feeling" on the radio and thought it was kind of a catchy tune. The lyrics are repeated over and over, which I suppose is typical for this type of music. The lyrics by themselves seemed harmless enough although I was sure there were underlying sexual references. My daughter (13) told me she originally thought this song was about S-E-X (she spelled it out) but then found out it was about shopping. (?) She bought the "The E.N.D." CD but I always research these things before she can listen to them. First I start with the lyrics. Most of what I found was inappropriate for her age range. Somehow I have a hard time envisioning my daughter running around singing "Boom, Boom, Pow" about "Lets get it off" and "I'm on that next sh*t now" or "Sh*ttin' on y'all". Beside what I found on your site, I also found the associated video for "I gotta feeling". WHOA! Parents and kids BEWARE! This video is nothing less than a pornographic display of women - including Fergie prancing around in a thong, only a bra on and engaging in same gender sexual activity. This is absolutely not appropriate for any age range unless you are into porn. During the "mozoltof - fill up my cup" part, they are making toasts with hard liquor. Now some might say that if you are just listening to the music it might be OK, but in my opinion, you cannot separate the two. The song means what the artists intended on the video or they wouldn't have made it. You either want your kids to associate with that type of philosophy or you don't.