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BUCKCHERRY SINGER SAYS 'F***' EP IS 'NOT JUST SOME SILLY ROCK RECORD'

Buckcherry frontman Josh Todd has said in a new interview with Yahoo! Music that the band's new EP, titled F***, is "not just some silly rock record," adding, "It's not about offending anybody as much as celebrating the word. There are so many ways to use the word. We wanted to capture that on an EP and not hold back or censor anything."

Each of the six songs on the disc have the F-word in the title, including "Somebody F***ed With Me," "I Don't Give A F***" and the first single, a cover of Icona Pop's hit "I Love It," re-imagined as "Say F*** It."

We asked Todd if it was difficult to keep coming up with lyrics based around one word: "It was actually super easy. I have no problem with profanity as you know, so it was like, 'How am I gonna do this in such a way to where -- there's so many ways that people use the word and I want to capture that in song.' All the different ways that 'f***' can come across, you know. That's what I thought about when I was sitting down writing lyrics." .

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