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#1 of 44 bobbyg2

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Posted March 24 2007 - 09:53 AM

The title is pretty much self-explanatory. What's you least favorite songs?

Mine are:
Korn - (pretty much all of his crap...)
Michael Jackson - (see above)

Anything hip-hop/rap, country, heavy-metal, bluegrass (my god!), and gospel.

What 'bout you guy's?
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#2 of 44 george kaplan

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Posted March 24 2007 - 09:56 AM

Disco...no, rap...no, hip-hop...no, disco...no, rap...ad infinitum
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#3 of 44 Malcolm R

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Posted March 24 2007 - 12:59 PM

Generally whatever's on the radio being played 48 times per day, every half hour. Usually something by Beyonce or Justin Timberlake.

Also, all rap, hip-hop, and 95% of classic rock.

Disco would be welcome compared to most of this other crap.
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#4 of 44 Dick

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Posted March 24 2007 - 01:13 PM

Where to begin...?
LOVIN' YOU (Minnie Ripperton, RIP)
BOOGIE CHILD (Bee Gees)
KUNG FU FIGHTING (Carl Douglas)
GIMME DAT DING (Pipkins)
HOT ROD LINCOLN (Commander Cody & Lost Planet Airman)
CANDY MAN (Sammy Davis Jr.)
THE STREAK (Ray Stevens)
CONVOY (C.W. McCall)
ROSE GARDEN (Lynn Anderson)
BRAND NEW KEY (Melanie)
JULIE DO YOU LOVE ME (Bobby Sherman)
MY SHARONA (The Knack)
ONE BAD APPLE & ABC (Jackson 5)
DISCO DUCK (Rick Dees)
CHICK-A-BOOM (Daddy Dewdrop)
....and these are all just from the 70's!

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Posted March 24 2007 - 01:31 PM

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Where to begin...?
LOVIN' YOU (Minnie Ripperton, RIP)
Posted Image I think I would rather listen to fingernails on a chalkboard than that song!!

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Posted March 24 2007 - 03:04 PM

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BRAND NEW KEY (Melanie)

Dude are you kidding me. One of the all time great songs. Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image

#7 of 44 Chris

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Posted March 24 2007 - 03:42 PM

Happy Birthday (or is it "Happy Birthday To You" ?). Man, I hate that song.
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#8 of 44 Christ Reynolds

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Posted March 24 2007 - 04:25 PM

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BRAND NEW KEY (Melanie)
I didn't care much for that song until I saw Boogie Nights, then I had a new appreciation for it.

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#9 of 44 Jerry Almeida

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Posted March 25 2007 - 12:54 AM

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ONE BAD APPLE & ABC (Jackson 5)

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#10 of 44 Jeff_A

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Posted March 25 2007 - 02:38 AM

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Originally Posted by bobbyg2
The title is pretty much self-explanatory. What's you least favorite songs?

Never understood threads like these. List a few of your favorite songs, however, and I'm sure a few will be on my least favorite list. Posted Image

#11 of 44 MarkHastings

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Posted March 25 2007 - 03:25 AM

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Never understood threads like these.
Yeah, I never understood how passionate people get about a preference. Similar to food, when someone doesn't like something, they act SO AMAZED that other people do like it. Posted Image

Me: "Let's get mushrooms on our pizza"
Them: "Ewwww! How the hell could you like mushrooms? They're so GROSS!"
Me: "STFU!!!!!" Posted Image

That reminds me of the Avril Lavine thread where we were all excited about a concert DVD coming out and someone posted a smart ass remark about how 'unworthy' Avril was about having a DVD coming out. I got the last laugh when I looked through his online collection and found something like "Gilli" or "Glitter" in his collection. Posted Image

OK, back to the topic:

My least favorite song would have to be that stupid rap/hip hop/dance'ish song (about 5 years ago, or so) that had that a sound effect of somone taking a puff of a cigarette and then blowing it out (in rythm to the music) Posted Image Man, that annoyed the hell out of me.

#12 of 44 bobbyg2

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Posted March 25 2007 - 07:46 AM

Never heard that song, maybe we should search for it, listen to it, and degrade it! Posted Image
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#13 of 44 EricW

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Posted March 25 2007 - 11:22 AM

we built this city (jefferson starship)
walking on sunshine (katrina & the waves)
i want to know what love is (guy from Foreigner i think)
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#14 of 44 bobbyg2

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Posted March 25 2007 - 11:30 AM

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we built this city (jefferson starship)

Some guy on a Classic Rock radio station sung that song over the air... My god... I never even want to hear the original song it was TERRIBLE!

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i want to know what love is (guy from Foreigner i think)
Ya, it sounds like him. That song plays all of the time at my work, I think I'm gona go INSANE!
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#15 of 44 gene c

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Posted March 25 2007 - 12:15 PM

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i want to know what love is (guy from Foreigner i think)
I think it is Foreigner. Not that bad a song, to me anyway. I've centainly heard much worse. But this is all "IMO" of course.
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#16 of 44 Carl Miller

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Posted March 25 2007 - 12:18 PM

Yep, it was Foreigner.

My least favorite song ever is Come With Me---by Puffy and featuring Jimmy Page. That was just so wrong.
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#17 of 44 Jay_B!

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Posted March 25 2007 - 02:19 PM

sometimes I think it's unfair to say "everything by ______" because I am of the belief that every artist out there has at least one good song in them. Even someone like Britney Spears or Michael Bolton, I can find at least one song that I kinda like.

Michael Jackson? yea, he is definately a freak and he hasn't recorded anything to write home about in 15 years, but ALL of his songs? Come on now, Off The Wall and Thriller were both ace albums.

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Posted March 25 2007 - 02:26 PM

now on topic, some songs I cannot stand:

Mo Money Mo Problems - Notorious B.I.G. (I did like Hypnotize)
My Immortal - Evanescence (I liked Bring Me To Life tho)
I'm Too Sexy - Right Said Fred (I actually did sorta like their followup single tho)
Ninja Rap - Vanilla Ice (well... I don't think he's given the world his "one good song" yet, LOL)
Blood On The Dance Floor by Michael Jackson (see a paragraph above, lol)
Everybody (Backstreet's Back) by Backstreet Boys (I did sorta like I Want It That Way)
Larger Than Life by Backstreet Boys
Let's Work by Mick Jagger (the Stones are loaded with classics, but this solo flop isn't one of them)
The Locomotion by Kylie Minogue (I like some of her latter stuff, but this was horrible)

#19 of 44 EricW

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Posted March 25 2007 - 04:48 PM

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we built this city (jefferson starship)
walking on sunshine (katrina & the waves)
i want to know what love is (guy from Foreigner i think)

i just picked the three songs that got waaaaaay overplayed in their hayday and made me the selective mp3 /nonradio listener i am today Posted Image although Jack Black used the Katrina song quite effectively (i hate to admit) in Hi Fidelity.

i remember as a kid when i heard the first few notes of "we built this city" on the am radio, i'd scream "TURN THAT SH*T OFF!!!" and my friend just cracked up.

the worst is when you can't get that freaking song out of your head. MOTHER#$$#$^%#$^#$!!!!!
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#20 of 44 Yee-Ming

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Posted March 25 2007 - 07:35 PM

Milkshake, by Kelis. Ugh.


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