Taize Chants given an "Explicit" rating on iTunes?

Hi everyone, I just posted a thread asking about people's favorite Catholic artists, and while investing one suggestion "Taize Chants", I noted that one set, a were labeled as lyrically explicit on iTunes. What do you think it means that sacred music is labeled as potentionaly offensive in our society. For contributors from my other thread, welcome!

The possibility I can think of is that the chants come in many languages. Perhaps a word in another language, if read in English, would be offensive. It does seem a bit strange, doesn't it.

It's not some conspiracy to claim sacred music is offensive, iTunes is an imperfect store run by imperfect humans, occasionally clean music gets labeled explicit. It's nothing.

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It's not some conspiracy to claim sacred music is offensive, iTunes is an imperfect store run by imperfect humans, occasionally clean music gets labeled explicit. It's nothing.

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I wouldn't be so sure of that. I have watched DVDs, movies and TV shows (perfectly innocent stuff suitable for family viewing) which had a warning statement "Warning: Religious themes".

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