Avoid Freud

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Avoid Freud is the second album by Canadian New Wave band Rough Trade, released in 1980 (True North TN-43 in Canada, Stiff America USE 14 in the U.S., CBS 84952 in The Netherlands). It placed at least as high as #19 on the Canadian RPM Top Albums Chart on March 14, 1981. (Inferred from archive listing for following week.)

The first single released from the album was the controversial "What's The Furor About The F├╝hrer?" b/w "Fashion Victim" (True North TN4-157)., and #3 on the RPM CANCON Chart the following week. The album's most famous single, however, is "High School Confidential" (b/w "Grade B Movie", True North TN4-159), which was intensely controversial for its explicitly sexual lyrics, which include references to lesbianism. The influential Toronto radio station CHUM-FM paid for the band to record a cleaned-up version that avoided the line, "She makes me cream my jeans when she comes my way."Pope, Carole. Anti Diva. Vintage Canada, 2001, p.143. par. 1 ISBN 978-0679311379 It reached #1 on the RPM CANCON Chart and #12 on the...
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