American rappers Necro and KHIA's latest albums have been deemed unsuitable for anyone under the age of 18 in Australia - under new censorship rules.
The AUSTRALIAN RECORD INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION (Aria) introduced a four-level censorship guideline three years ago.
The first two levels warn about the explicit content of a recording, while level three is a ban of sale to persons under the age of 18.
Necro's BRUTALITY PART ONE and Khia's raunchy single MY NECK, MY BACK - as well as her album THUG MISSES - have been banned under the censorship rules, marking the first time the level three punishment has been enforced.
Level four, which no one has achieved yet, is a total ban in Australia.09/03/2004 14:42
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