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November 29, 2007

Teen Horniness Is Not A Crime

— Posted by Rodney

SmgmystSarah Michelle Gellar has laid down some lyrics for the upcoming Southland Tales soundtrack. The name of the glorious song is “Teen Horniness Is Not A Crime”. We get the following news of this legendary song from the WEBMASTER at Filmjunk:

In the movie, Sarah Michelle Gellar’s character is a porn star who records a Britney Spears-esque pop song called “Teen Horniness is Not a Crime”. The song is included on the Southland Tales soundtrack, and will supposedly be released as an actual radio single.

Zeon’s Music Blog has a link to the MP3, so head over there and check it out, then laugh at such inane lyrics as “An overcrowded nation / leads to sex frustration / all your legislation / can’t stop teen’s masturbation”. Brilliant or moronic? You decide.

The WEBMASTER gets a lot of quality leads and this is another to add to the list. Please do yourself a favor and listen to this ridiculous song. It sucks as much as any other pop song, but at least it makes you smile. This song will surely become a rally cry for promiscuous teens across the globe, which is awesome – because sluts love to sing!

I have yet to see Southland Tales. It has had some festival showings and looks like it has had a limited release, but to my knowledge it is not playing anywhere near my abode. Sarah Michelle Gellar as a porn-star could be awesome, and this song has caused interest in the project to well up inside of me. International friends, have any of you seen the movie, and if so what did you think?

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    Southland Tales is the movie of the year!
    I have seen it three times now. Masterpiece.

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