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Actually, pretty good...

Okay, it isn't perfect. The songs are mostly in a folk style, and lean toword Tom Leher, thought not really as good. On the other hand, many of the songs were written to educate or to comment on a particular theme in sexuality. Many of the songs use a children's chorus either as the primary singers or as the backing chorus, which, I know, some don't enjoy. In general, I think the first half is more entertaining, and the second more educational, but even most of the educational songs are humorous and enjoyable. If you don't like folk music, don't bother. The songs are all about sex in some way or another, though handled very tastefully. But if that bothers you, don't get this one. But if you're okay with sexual situations talked about in humorous ways, It might be worth it to give this a try. My favorties: "It's Only a Wee-Wee" and "Letter to Mr. Brown", the latter one of only two sad songs on the album. "Back Up!" doesn't make my list of favorites, but it has one great line that makes it memorable. "My Body" is a classic that's been around quite a while, and there are two versions, one focusing on adults rights to their own bodies and one focusing on children's rights to thier own bodies. I find "Strangers" a bit too preachy, and I'm not sure "Lists" comes across quite as it was intended. All in all, I found it very enjoyable, and laughed quite often when I played it.

Buy it!

20 years ago I heard "Hopelessly Heterosexual" on the Dr. Demento Show. God Bless the internet! This album is hilarious! Spend the ten bucks and laugh your tail off! People shouldn't be so reserved about this stuff! My daughter is 10 and she thinks this record is wicked funny! Don't let people tell you what you can or cannot listen to!


I found this by accident on The WORST of I-Tunes... Omg parents DON'T BUY THIS FOR YOUR KIDS!!!!! Don't let the Children's Music label fool you... This man is obviously a sick man, not a doctor. Great... Now songs about S&M are on the Children's Music. Kind of funny, though, if your not a parent.


Born: Connecticut

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Peter Alsop started out as a folk singer for "people who once were kids," but it's inevitable that someone who would pen the song "It's Only a Wee Wee (So What's the Big Deal?)" would eventually address his true audience: children. As the owner/songwriter of Moose School Records, and later on the human services keynote circuit,...
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