How do I get the parental advisory logo?

Interested parties must contact the RIAA directly at (202) 775-0101. The music industry takes its responsibility to help parents determine what may be inappropriate for their children seriously—that’s why RIAA and its member companies created the Parental Advisory Label (PAL) program.

Is the parental advisory sticker required?

“Parental advisory” stickers aren’t actually mandatory Since some stores can refuse to sell albums with the PAL notice on them, many artists opt out of participating in the label altogether, making it difficult for parents to actually know what’s on an album their child is buying.

What is the parental advisory font?

Garage Gothic
After further hearings in Congress, the label was revised to read “Parental Advisory; Explicit Content” in 1996, with the typeface being changed to Garage Gothic.

Can minors buy parental advisory albums?

I think in many states in America it was illegal to sell parental advisory albums to minors and yet there are some people sometimes who were even 10 or 12 who bought some of these albums (although it’s possible they may have bought the clean version).

How big is the parental advisory logo?

It is a recommendation by the RIAA that the Parental Advisory Explicit Content logo measure no less than 1” by 5/8”, although this is not a legal requirement.

Why do some songs have parental advisory?

It is placed on audio recordings in recognition of profanity or inappropriate references, with the intention of alerting parents of material potentially unsuitable for children.

How do you put Parental Advisory on a picture?

Open up your picture, crop it to a square, and add any filters or effects you want. Many choose to turn up the saturation and add a grain effect, but the choice is up to you. Click on the ‘stickers’ tab and search ‘parental advisory’ in order to add the logo to the corner of your album cover.

Can an EP have a deluxe?

They Can Exist In Many Different Contexts The most common option is to simply release an EP and let it exist as a standalone product, and that’s perfectly fine. You can also extend the life of a previously-released record by attaching an EP’s-worth of new music onto it and re-releasing it as a deluxe edition.