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VH1's 10 Most Controversial Albums Of All Time

VH1's 10 Most Controversial Albums Of All Time

In honor of Nas' album of the title-that-must-not-be-named, Vh1.com has posted a list of the 10 most controversial albums ever that's sure to start...controversy? (and traffic). The unordered list includes Marilyn Manson, Madonna, N.W.A., and —rest easy—The Sex Pistols. But the list certainly has a mainstream slant. Insane Clown Posse and t.a.T.u. over The Dead Kennedys and Black Sabbath? Outrage!

 

Appreciators of all things meta will love yelling over which album is more controversial, and VH1 will reap the page views. Enjoy!

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Decent list, but I don't think t.A.t.U and Insane Clown Posse were ever really controversial. They were stupid enough for some people to take offense, but not truly controversial. Prince, Frank Zappa, and The Dead Kennedy's made controversial records, hence their being sued by their own government.

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DK was def. missing from that list. First band to go on trial based on their lyrics and album artwork. VH1=FAIL!

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No album is more controversial than The Marshall Mathers LP.

That album is anti-everything at once, a self-aware masterpiece. And government officials were tryna ban it for fu5k's sake.

To not even include it is madness.

Nick

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