Album Review

Positive Elements

Spiritual Content

Sexual Content

Violent Content

Crude or Profane Language

Drug and Alcohol Content

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Pro-social Content

Newlyweds face common struggles, but remain committed on "No One Said It Would Be Easy." "Can't Cry Anymore" expresses concern for a brother with "real problems," including heroin use.

Objectionable Content

Getting "a good beer buzz in the morning" is endorsed on the irresponsible anthem "All I Wanna Do." Recreational drug and alcohol use also appears on "Leaving Las Vegas," "Run, Baby, Run," and "The Na-Na Song." The latter spews crude, nonsensical references to male genitalia. Other cuts recommend relational dishonesty and commitmentless sex.

Summary Advisory

This salacious disc took six months to become an overnight sensation. The Grammy-winning single "All I Wanna Do" may have a catchy chorus, but teens are just as likely to catch hold of Crow's disturbing worldview. One to avoid.

Plot Summary

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Profanity/Violence

Kissing/Sex/Homosexuality

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RockPop

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On Video

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