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Is pop too raunchy?

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Broadcasters are being asked to toughen up their standards on raunchiness, after one 80s musician criticised today's pop music as being on a "slow but unmistakable descent into pornography".

Mike Stock of the pop factory Stock, Aitken and Waterman, and the London-based music producer OD Hunte discuss the "preponderance of sexual imagery" in today's pop music.


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