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“Blurred Lines” still inspiring parodies on album release day

The album containing one of the summer's most-played songs, "Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke, arrived today, yielding overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics.

The album continues to get a boost from its much-parodied eponymous viral hit, which Thicke hilariously insists on calling "feminist" despite its "rapey" lyrics and blatant sexism and flexible standards, which even its title alludes to.

When asked about the criticism on the "Today Show" this morning, Thicke said:

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