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Positive Elements

Spiritual Content

Sexual Content

Violent Content

Crude or Profane Language

Drug and Alcohol Content

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Pro-social Content

A line on the nonsensical hit "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" alludes to the human need to be heard ("Everything is blue for him . . . 'Cause he ain't got nobody to listen"). "Too Much of Heaven" mourns society's obsession with money. A guy refuses to be part of a love triangle perpetuated by his unfaithful girlfriend on "Your Clown." "Living in a Bubble" warns listeners that we dwell in "a place of lies and hype" and must actively seek reality. That social commentary continues on "Silicon World" where the singer facetiously plays the part of a shallow drone longing for "a silicon girl with silicon lips and silicon hair." People are advised to put the past behind, refuse to worry about the future and embrace the present ("Now Is Forever").

Objectionable Content

"My Console" suggests an all-day video game binge that includes the violent titles Resident Evil, Tekken 3 and Bloody Roar. Using computer lingo to describe his affection for a girl, a man wants to employ "a sexual browser" on "Hyperlink (Deep Down)."

Summary Advisory

Jeffrey Jey, Maurizio Lobina and Gabry Ponte make up this electrifyingly optimistic Italian trio. Synthesized vocals and a techno beat drive home Europop's call to resist worldly deceptions while strengthening human ties. A couple of caveats, but what's good is very good.

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