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These are the sweariest artists, songs & genres in music

We were once told that "Swearing is simply a demonstration of a lack of vocabulary" by an English teacher.

But sometimes, when you're making music about real life, and real talk, only a good old f-bomb will do the trick.

Music streaming service Deezer has analysed its catalogue of more than 35 million tracks to identify the most foul-mouthed artists, songs and genres in its collection.

Read on to find out who really needs to wash their mouth out with soap and water.

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