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Initial post: Jul 30, 2009 8:17:34 AM PDT
I love this album and this band! One question, though: has anybody else noticed on their copy of it that the lyrics on "A Party Song" (track 11) are censored? The lyrics printed in the booklet are not censored, but during the second verse Alex sings "Nothing more than a casual f***" and on my copy of the album this is censored in the song. Does anyone know why this is censored when the f-word in "Weightless" is not?

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 1, 2012 10:39:33 AM PDT
Yes, I know the answer to your question...3 years after your post, haha. It's pretty much the same rule of thumb as PG-13 movies. They get one F-bomb. If you exceed your one F-bomb you get slapped with an R-rating, or in the music industry a Parental Advisory sticker. Still love this band myself. Don't Panic - Oct. 9th.
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NOTHING PERSONAL by All Time Low (Audio CD)
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