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Seattle, Washington / Rock Music / Erotic Content Law #345223

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 07, 1992
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: John Blackstone) Conflict between Seattle rock music scene and new Washington law stating that recordings with erotic content cannot be sold to children featured; scenes shown of Seattle bands. [Nirvana Chris NOVOSELIC, "Seattle Times" consultant Tom PHALEN - comment on Northwest sound.] [Law supporter Karen LESLIE - expresses shock at new music; comments on law.] Nirvana album cover, excerpt of Sir Mix-A-Lot music video shown. [NOVOSELIC, rap artist SIR MIX-A-LOT, Atlantic Records Danny GOLDBERG - comment on law.] Excerpt shown of late rock star Elvis Presley singing; scenes shown of the unveiling of his postage stamp.

Blackstone, John;
Chung, Connie

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