Music Reviews

1000 Forms of Fear Music Poster Image
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age 15+
Emotional ballads and power anthems deal with mature themes.
By Sia
(2014)
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"The A Team" (CD Single) Music Poster Image
age 15+
Young Brit sensation sings heartfelt tune about addiction.
By Ed Sheeran
(2012)
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"Starships" (CD Single) Music Poster Image
age 15+
Another edgy, crass song from rap queen; older teens and up.
By Nicki Minaj
(2012)
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"Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" (CD Single) Music Poster Image
age 15+
Party tune is all about casual sex, drinking to excess.
By Katy Perry
(2011)
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"We R Who We R" (CD Single) Music Poster Image
age 15+
Club track glorifies partying; catchy, but not for kids.
By Ke$ha
(2010)
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"Raise Your Glass" (CD Single) Music Poster Image
age 15+
Bubbly party song is intoxicating but not for younger kids.
By Pink
(2010)
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"Tik Tok" (CD single) Music Poster Image
age 15+
Catchy club song glamorizes drinking and partying.
By Ke$ha
(2009)
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No Line on the Horizon Music Poster Image
age 15+
Rockin' -- and still relevant -- U2 sends stirring message.
By U2
(2009)
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Circus Music Poster Image
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age 15+
Pop princess sings mainly about -- surprise! -- sex.
By Britney Spears
(2008)
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Funhouse Music Poster Image
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age 15+
Bitter breakup spawns angry but excellent album.
By Pink
(2008)
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Minutes to Midnight Music Poster Image
age 15+
Angst-ridden rock is dark and depressing.
By Linkin Park
(2007)
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Decemberunderground Music Poster Image
age 15+
Teenage angst set to a rock beat.
By AFI
(2006)
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I'm Not Dead Music Poster Image
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age 15+
Pink takes on just about everyone. Teens and up.
By Pink
(2006)
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Hypnotize Music Poster Image
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age 15+
No holding back on the world's problems.
By System of a Down
(2005)
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Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge Music Poster Image
age 15+
Dark power-punk is violent but also makes teens think.
By My Chemical Romance
(2004)
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