Music that you enjoyed as a youngling but didn't realize at the time that it was intended for a much more mature audience

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#1
Post it, assuming that's a thing other people did.

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#2
I was an old man when I was a kid.

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#4
D U D E

M E M E
E M E M
M E M E
E M E M

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D U D E

M E M E
E M E M
M E M E
E M E M

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All Star was my first album ever you goddammed plebbitor. I unironically bump it

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#6
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You ain't hard unless you bump this.

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#7
That was one of my first albums as well, in 5th/6th grade. I wanna say I bought Sugar Ray's 14:59 at the same time, and another album I can't remember. Maybe Better Life by 3 doors down
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That was one of my first albums as well, in 5th/6th grade. I wanna say I bought Sugar Ray's 14:59 at the same time, and another album I can't remember. Maybe Better Life by 3 doors down


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Who didn't have Aaron's Party (Come Get It)?
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#10
ez slim shady and I found out right away asking my dad to make a copy for me lol
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#11
I didn't know what peaches and cream was really about until about five years after I had started singing it regularly.

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#13
Haven't heard this in a over decade but hey, on topic:

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#14
I used to be big into White Lines. Like I knew that it was about cocaine, but it was like "oh, so the white lines mean coke", not "oh, so it's about how it fucks up lives, ruins the potential of people and is a desperate plea against it thinly veiled as a song". In retrospect I was pretty uncritical about suc things.
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#15
Most of the AC/DC discography
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#16

I was 7 and got the cd from my cousin. My grandmother threw it out when she heard me listening to it.
#17
I was listening to Metallica,Megadeth,WASP,Judas Priest,Accept,AC/DC,Hair Metal and a plethora of other adult music when I was 8.  This was way back in the '80s. I knew what I was listening to and understood it so I don't know if that counts or not. I was always an adult at heart from a very young age. 
#18
good music transcends age groups.
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#19
Man on the Moon by REM was my favorite song as a toddler.

Now that I'm older the references to Andy Kaufman and such are pretty dated and obscure.
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#20
I was pretty much raised by Iron Maiden as my dad was a fan and always listened to it with me and talked with me about a lot of music. He explained all the lyrics I didn't get as a 6 yr old.
#22
Any kid that liked bright eyes must've been one damn cool kid. 

I liked black sabbath, joe satriani and a lot of 80s rock and metal my friends didn't know a single song of, by friends I mean classmates I don't even remember the names of, my actual friends we were into the same shit.  We also liked newer stuff like darkest hour and devil driver, but ya know. 
#23
Classical music, the first experience with it I can recall as a very young child was Blue Danube score in 2001 A Space Odyssey.
#24
i don't really think most artists intent to direct their music at a certain age group, but i listened to lots of "dad rock" growing up





i think i had a pretty mature taste in music when i was a kid





these are just a few artists, i listened to plenty of jazz, blues, classical music, all kinds of metal before i was even a teenager.
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#25
k.lainad
Because I listened to that music growing up I don't think of it as "intended for a much more mature audience".
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#27
I pretty much just listened to The Beatles as a kid (I'm a teenager now, so yes, I was that kid). I didn't really know what a lot of their songs were about at the time, from drugs to politics (things they made plenty of songs about), I still just listened to it because I liked their musical style. I just thought all of their drug inspired music like Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds and While my Guitar Gently Weeps were just some deep metaphors and I came up with theroys for them, and then later learned that those songs were writen while on LSD…

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Hence why I only listened to Beatles.
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#28
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Really? That would be hilarious if it's true. I don't doubt you, but I think that's a strange thing to let a kid listen to.
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#31
I have a greater appreciation for this tune now that almost twenty years have gone by.  

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#32
I loved this music video in my first school and loved it to pieces.

I called it
'The Terminator Song'.
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#33
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#34
La Grange - ZZ Top
Loved it as a kid when it came out, but at the time I didn't realise it was about a brothel. I don't think my parents did either...
#35
I remember being a big fan of the velvet underground when I was a kid. I didn't realise that waiting for my man was about a drug dealer, nor that heroin was about a drug



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#36
The entire Pink Floyd album "The Wall" like all of the other kids at the time I just relished the "we don't need know education" from Another Brick in the Wall Part 2 which TBH at the time I really didn't even realise the significance of the intentional double negative used in that line. We all saw the movie too and liked it because of the animation and music in general but really the plot of both the movie and the music of this concept album was lost on all but the older kids.
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#39
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The entire Pink Floyd album "The Wall" like all of the other kids at the time I just relished the "we don't need know education" from Another Brick in the Wall Part 2 which TBH at the time I really didn't even realise the significance of the intentional double negative used in that line. We all saw the movie too and liked it because of the animation and music in general but really the plot of both the movie and the music of this concept album was lost on all but the older kids.

I was so baked every time I saw that I can only remember the scene where he sits in the chair in front of the TV.
It was the midnight movie at this one theater forever and day.
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