PG-13 (album)

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PG-13
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Studio album by Sharon Needles
Released 29 January 2013 (2013-01-29)
Genre
Label Self-released
Producer Tomas Costanza
Sharon Needles chronology
PG-13
(2013)
Taxidermy
(2015)Taxidermy2015

PG-13 is the debut studio album by American drag queen Sharon Needles, released on January 29, 2013.[1] It included a cover of Ministry's 1984 single "(Every Day Is) Halloween".[2][3] The album is a dance-pop and punk album, with elements of metal and electronica.[4][5]

Reception[edit]

Fred Thomas from AllMusic praised the album, saying "PG-13, is an apt reflection of his macabre personality, blending club pop beats with tongue-in-cheek takes on horror movie topics, often blurring the lines between terror and sexuality. Highlights of the album include the energetic 'This Club Is a Haunted House', featuring a cameo by RuPaul, and 'I Wish I Were Amanda Lepore', featuring none other than Amanda Lepore."[6] PG-13 debuted at number 186 on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 3,000 copies in its first week.[7]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "This Club Is A Haunted House" (featuring RuPaul)   4:19
2. "Call Me On the Ouija Board"   3:21
3. "Dead Girls Never Say No"   3:05
4. "Drink Till I Die"   3:14
5. "I Wish I Were Amanda Lepore" (featuring Amanda Lepore)   3:48
6. "Why Do You Think You Are Nuts?" The Penny Magic Show 2:57
7. "Disco Ball"   3:52
8. "Dressed to Kill"   3:27
9. "Let's All Die"   3:11
10. "Kai Kai" (featuring Ana Matronic and Alaska Thunderfuck)   3:25
11. "Everyday Is Halloween" (featuring Armen Ra) Al Jourgensen 5:21
12. "Hail Satan!" (featuring Jayne County)   3:31

Charts[edit]

Chart (2013) Peak
position
US Billboard 200[7] 186
US Dance/Electronic Albums (Billboard)[7] 9
US Heatseekers Albums (Billboard)[7] 4
US Independent Albums (Billboard) 25

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