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    Quote Originally Posted by LWP View Post
    That's a much nicer word than I would have used.
    I'm trying to use art-critic language here

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackfrancois View Post
    my favorite bowie albums are those he did between ziggy and let's dance: especially, station to station, heroes, and low. these three releases rival anything by anyone.



    i love "pet songs"! especially the meowing ones.

    'pet sounds' is the only beach boys i've ever bought, but never really got into it other than god only knows, which got its hooks in me. the beatles say the album was a big influence, as do other bands like wilco.

    most songs in the modern country or sleaze rock genres would top my list of shît, if i were to compile one.
    Gah, something told me I got that wrong........my cat is all about recording her own albums between the hours of 1am and 8am. But her songs are still better than Pet Sounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christine View Post
    my cat is all about recording her own albums between the hours of 1am and 8am. But her songs are still better than Pet Sounds
    My kid's cat has those same hours booked for it's recording sessions. I don't share your appreciation though, makes me want to Mark Chapman it's furry azz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SystemShock View Post
    There's bad songs, then there's bad songs that once heard, can't be un-heard.

    Earworm from hell, man...

    (also, possibly the most punchable band of all-time)


    God ... that's a perfect parody of the hair band from hell. The leather pants, the screaming female fans ...

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    I have a list, can’t choose the worst:

    Blue Cheer, “Rock Me”
    I know this is considered pioneering punk, but I just think it’s lousy. I swear the drummer loses the beat somewhere during the guitar strangling – er – solo.

    Grand Funk Railroad, “American Band”
    Cheesy overrated song from a band by the same description.

    Frankie Goes to Hollywood, “Relax”
    Dumbest hype job ever.

    Tommy Roe, “Dizzy”
    Felt this way ever since a girl looked at me while it played and gushed, “I just love those drums.”

    There are others but this is making me feel sick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mapei View Post
    I've always liked All the Young Dudes. Sometimes bad songs are good ones, anyway.

    Yeah, it does expose my age somewhat but my favorite bad song has to be Hanky Panky by Tommy James and the Shondells. I loved it the first time I heard it. I've never stopped.
    Good pop hook, that. Ah to be that young and carefree as we were when that came out!
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    a list of most hated songs...? wouldn't even know where to begin on that...

    Tres Perro Noche (aka Three Dog Night) would likely have a few tunes on it...Jeremiah was a Bullfrog is pretty gag-inducing.

    Starship's Built this City is also a musical turd.

    already have a headache just trying to think of all the bad music out there...
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    I heard "Lullaby" by Shawn Mullins on my way home and I admit that has got to be tied for my least favorite also. Ugh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxtox View Post
    Starship's Built this City is also a musical turd.
    That one is memorably awful, yes. What the f**k were they thinking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackfrancois View Post
    my favorite bowie albums are those he did between ziggy and let's dance: especially, station to station, heroes, and low. these three releases rival anything by anyone.
    ....
    Yes, all those great albums recorded at Hansa studios. I think Eno's idea to set up 3 mics at different distances gives his vocals a depth rarely heard. Also, getting Fripp for the guitar/loop was genius. In 100 years, that album (as well as Iggy's "Lust for Life" album, which was recorded about the same time and produced by Bowie) will be considered the pinnacle of Rock music.

    I was so moved by Heroes and Low that in 1979, while travelling around Britain and northern Europe, I took a side trip through East Germany to Berlin and saw the studio, which was right against the wall. The story in Heroes is about a couple that used to meet by the wall on the eastern side. They became such a common sight that none of the guards noticed when they bolted across the strip to the west.
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    This tune causes an involuntary bowel movement every time I hear it


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    The correct answer here is anything by Spin Doctors.

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    These guys were actually a terrific band, with a sense of humor:

    More Americans wanted Hillary Clinton to be President than wanted Donald Trump.

    Donald Trump has never had a wife he didn't cheat on.

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    But if that song had never come out, we wouldn't have had the Dr. Zaius bit in that one Simpsons episode....

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    I agree with Nooky. I hate All The Young Dudes.

    And also The Boys Are Back In Town.

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    This thread is no longer any fun. What do you call a maelstrom in a cess pool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mapei View Post
    .... I put Foreigner on first. Two-thirds of the way through the first side I ripped it off the turntable. Wimpy, self-pitying sing-songy dreck.....
    Gee, Lou Gramm (real name is Grammatico) is a neighbor. I'll let him know how much you liked it next time I see him!

    BTW, I never really liked his singing, either. I thought the rest of the group deserved better.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwisimon View Post
    What do you call a maelstrom in a cess pool?
    I already told you, it's called Paradise By The Dashboard Light. Old Time Rock and Roll is up there too...
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    BAB Bayonne Arcachon Biscarrosse the hit song that summer



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    The stuff you guys are mentioning is mildly annoying at best. This is the real deal when it come to awful

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZX7UJSXCiU

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    Quite possibly the worst track ever recorded...

    Apparently none of you have listened to Wesley Willis whupp Batman’s ass...

    “Rock over London. Rock on Chicago”

    https://youtu.be/vxiA8613eTw


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    Quote Originally Posted by LWP View Post
    I already told you, it's called Paradise By The Dashboard Light. Old Time Rock and Roll is up there too...
    I always felt like Bob Seeger wrote the same 2 songs over and over, the stomping one and the ballad. They are OK as songs go, but not worth repeating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobf View Post
    I always felt like Bob Seeger wrote the same 2 songs over and over, the stomping one and the ballad. They are OK as songs go, but not worth repeating.
    I don't mind some Bob Seger, just not a fan of that particular song.
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    Worst track, not worst song, right?

    The Chipmunks. Take your pick: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alvin_...ks_discography

    Beatles, Blondie, country, Christmas, etc. There are a LOT.
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