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    Default Songs you absolutely hate.

    These are all songs I'm subjected to at work, and since it was a quiet night tonight, I was inspired to start this thread.

    Right now I'm pretty sick of Augustana's "Boston", where the singer says that he thinks he'll go to Boston where "no one knows his name". I really can't decide which is worse, whether he's deliberately playing on the Cheers theme, or he's completely ignorant of it.

    Hoobastanks' "The Reason" fills me with all sorts of :Shake:. All his emotion really sounds to me like the guy just needs to be put out of his misery.

    And the lyrics for Stealth Princess's "Freakshow" I just find painfully stupid. Here's the chorus:

    "i feel like a reject from a freakshow
    i'm kicking up the white trash from the sidewalk
    i don't want the ocean in my seashell
    i just want a boyfriend with a brain cell"

    Why should you do better than he's going to? Also, shut the fuck up.


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    O, dear. My list would be far, far, far, far, far too long.

    Pretty much anything sung by Whitney Houston, for a start. Just a start.

    But that's from the early Neolithic.
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    Current singers I can't stand include Katy Perry and possibly Kei$ha (I've only heard one of her songs, but she has a fucking dollar sign in her name). As for songs that make me want to stab myself in the ears, this Miley Cyrus song was written and produced in the bowels of Hell.

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    There are many songs I dislike but these are so bad that I have to change stations if they come on the radio.

    Bobby McFerrin - Don't Worry, Be 'appy
    Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You
    Men At Work - Down Under
    John Williamson - True Blue

    There are more. These are the ones that immediately spring to mind, so probably the ones I hate the most.

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    Celine Dion: My Heart Will Go On. I really wish your heart would just stop, actually.
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    Anything by Black Eyed Peas. Their songs are so simplistic, so catchy, so lyrically inane, that I go from knowing the song, to (briefly) liking it, to being sick of it, to wanting to gouge my tympanic membranes out, in the first listen. That "tonight's gonna be a good night" song is a perfect example.

    Oh, and this goes for anything off of Fergie's solo album, times ten.
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    Well, let me second the votes that Katy Perry has gotten. Jill Soluble did a song of that title that was catchy and clever, Perry's was just pap.

    What really annoys me are songs by artists that I like that just get under my skin in a bad way.

    Christine Lavin does a number of songs of this nature, usually with off-handed hagiographic comments about JFK.

    Similarly, her friend and sometime collaborator, Megon McDonough, does a song titled Oh Great Spirit which raises my hackles and gets characterized in my mind as, "Another bit of damned Noble Savage bullshit."

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    Also, Paparazzi by Lady Ga Ga. I say this song, because it gets stuck in my head so easily, and I'm right on the verge of actually liking it. Considering what that means, I have to hate it.

    OH, and ANYTHING by Nickelback.
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    Hell, yes, Nickelback. Their songs are what is played as torture in hell.
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    In order for something to count in this category it needs to be considered music. Thus Nickelback is ineligible.

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    Any formulaic pap. I hate any music by numbers performed by minimally talented clothes-horses.
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    1. Anything by Abba, but double if it’s the song Fernando. That is the worst song ever written.
    2. Tiny Dancer.
    3. Don’t Stop Believin’
    4. Centerfield by John Fogarty.
    5. Santa Claus is Coming to Town, the live one by Bruce Springsteen. Gah.
    6. Bungle in the Jungle by Jethro Tull
    7. Hot Hot Hot by Buster Poindexter
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    All and any Steely Dan.

    Thick, pasty, over-produce dreck layered thick with a pretentious lack of irony.

    Art rock for the easily amused.

    ...

    "In the Air Tonight" makes me boot.
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    Quote Originally posted by Cluricaun View post
    1. Anything by Abba, but double if itís the song Fernando. That is the worst song ever written.
    2. Tiny Dancer.
    3. Donít Stop Believiní
    4. Centerfield by John Fogarty.
    5. Santa Claus is Coming to Town, the live one by Bruce Springsteen. Gah.
    6. Bungle in the Jungle by Jethro Tull
    7. Hot Hot Hot by Buster Poindexter
    I am going to agree with you on every count, but I am not actually offended by any of these.

    Well, Don't Stop Believin' bonus sucks, but I can live with other people liking the other tunes on this list.

    Tull is wankery at its finest, but it's pretty good wankery. At least Tull had the suds to be completely over the top. That's worth something.
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    Quote Originally posted by AndrewRyan View post
    Celine Dion: My Heart Will Go On. I really wish your heart would just stop, actually.
    What makes this song so foul is the number of people who become emotional listening to it. This is programmed schlock at its finest.
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    Quote Originally posted by Cluricaun View post
    4. Centerfield by John Fogarty.
    AndrewRyan and I saw Fogerty live at the Houston rodeo two years ago. It's one of the three or four best concerts I've ever been to, and the only thing separating it from complete musical nirvana is that he chose to play that shitty song.

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    5. Santa Claus is Coming to Town, the live one by Bruce Springsteen. Gah.
    I like me some Bruce, but that song sucks. I really really hate the part where he's speaking in his over-gravelly voice, asking if Clarence has been a good boy this year and if he asked Santa for a new horn. So cheesy, so phony.
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    Quote Originally posted by OneCentStamp View post
    I like me some Bruce, but that song sucks. I really really hate the part where he's speaking in his over-gravelly voice, asking if Clarence has been a good boy this year and if he asked Santa for a new horn. So cheesy, so phony.
    Iíve kind of got a problem with anything where heís playing with the E Street BandÖ..because theyíre horrible. They just make this odd humming noise, you can see people playing guitars and horns and bass and stuff, but there isnít any way to discern any individual playing anything specific, just this general noise that emanates from them. Like the song Born to Run for example: If you see that done live there are literally like 23 people on stage playing frantically, and the only thing that sounds like itís playing is a synth and some bells. Youíd think with the 5 dudes playing guitar up there that there would be some guitar tones coming from the band, but nope. Just a low frequency hum.
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    ^^^^^

    I agree, and the sad thing is it's totally intentional. Bruce openly admires the Phil Spector "Wall of Sound," and wanted to emulate it. What seems to have escaped Bruce is that the Ronettes and Chiffons didn't really rock very hard.

    Born In The U.S.A. should be one of the greatest albums in rock history on the strength of the songs, and it's practically unlistenable to me, thanks to the horrible 80s production values. All I hear is super loud synthesizer, and snare drum that sounds like it was recorded in an empty airplane hangar.

    Bruce needs to start hanging out with Rick Rubin. That's what all old rock stars do when they want to stop sucking.
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    "Love Story" by Taylor Swift.

    I mean, not only is it totally insipid with a pukeworthy ending, but there is also this part of the lyrics, after Juliet has given up hope of the relationship working out:

    marry me juliet youíll never have to be alone
    i love you and thats all I really know
    i talked to your dad youíll pick out the white dress
    its a love story baby just say yes
    You asked her dad for permission before you asked her? FEMINEST RAGE! :Shake:

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    Too many to count, and I'm stuck in the way back machine when it comes to music. I also hate that Springsteen version of Santa Claus. Add to that Sir Paul's Xmas song (I refuse to type the title because then it will be in my head all day).

    Hall & Oates--Kiss on My List

    Sir Paul and Jacko--Ebony and Ivory and that other one where they are traveling salesmen in a sun drenched olde timey village--puke.

    Whatever band sang Carrion something the way I must travel. Or is it CaryAnne? Anyway, I hate, hate, hate that song.

    I am still puzzled by how Madonna became a rock star.

    Pretty much anything by Celine Deon after Color My World (or was it Colors of My World?). Wailing is not singing--please make a note of that, Ms Mariah Carey. (who is also icky).

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    Quote Originally posted by eleanorigby View post
    Whatever band sang Carrion something the way I must travel. Or is it CaryAnne? Anyway, I hate, hate, hate that song.
    Did you mean this mid-80s classic by any chance?

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    Ya Mo Be There
    "I won't kill for money, and I won't marry for it. Other than that, I'm open to just about anything."

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    Anything by Dave Matthews. I can't stand any of his songs.

    More specifically, Poker Face by Lady Gaga and whatever that horribly repetitive song about having a good night by Black Eyed Peas is called.
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    double post
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    Quote Originally posted by eleanorigby View post
    Sir Paul and Jacko--Ebony and Ivory and that other one where they are traveling salesmen in a sun drenched olde timey village--puke.
    That other one is called Say Say Say and that song is awesome.
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    Quote Originally posted by Cluricaun View post
    That other one is called Say Say Say and that song is awesome.
    I was born in 1978 and this was my first exposure to Paul McCartney. For years he was to me "that white man who sang with Michael Jackson."

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    Quote Originally posted by Myrnalene View post
    I was born in 1978 and this was my first exposure to Paul McCartney. For years he was to me "that white man who sang with Michael Jackson."

    .................................................
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    Quote Originally posted by eleanorigby View post
    Sir Paul and Jacko--Ebony and Ivory and that other one where they are traveling salesmen in a sun drenched olde timey village--puke.
    I won't argue with your choice of "Ebony and Ivory", but FTR that's Stevie Wonder that Paul's singing with.

    The truly bad Paul & Michael Jackson song is "The Girl Is Mine". I have always found that one vaguely creepy.
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    Make it go away.
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    Quote Originally posted by Myrnalene View post
    And that's NOT creepy as hell? Maybe the song doesn't completely suck, but the video ruined the song for all time.

    Ok, ok--so it's Kyrie. I always heard it as "carrion lays on the road I must travel" and my thoughts usually turned to crows, raccoons, possums and other road kill/eaters of carrion. I prefer my version.

    Damn if it isn't Stevie Wonder--what a fall from grace.

    Just for shits and giggles, I'll add "Puppy Love" and "Paper Roses" to the list.

    And anything by Shaun Cassidy and Leif Garret. I am dating myself, but those of my generation know what I mean.

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    Quote Originally posted by Myrnalene View post
    I was born in 1978 and this was my first exposure to Paul McCartney. For years he was to me "that white man who sang with Michael Jackson."

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    Quote Originally posted by Myrnalene View post
    I was born in 1978 and this was my first exposure to Paul McCartney. For years he was to me "that white man who sang with Michael Jackson."
    Kind of the same thing, I'm roughly the same age as Myrna and I knew the Beatles from my parents playing records, but it was a huge disconnect that the doofus in the Michael Jackson video was also in the Beatles.
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    Stand by R.E.M.

    Hell anything by R.E.M.
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    Quote Originally posted by Cluricaun View post
    Kind of the same thing, I'm roughly the same age as Myrna and I knew the Beatles from my parents playing records, but it was a huge disconnect that the doofus in the Michael Jackson video was also in the Beatles.
    I was 10 when the Beatles broke up, so I'm not all that old. But I suppose my childhood was much more colored by the Fab Four's influence.


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    All Beyonce, but especially that fucking 'put a ring on it' song.

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    Quote Originally posted by Orual View post
    All Beyonce, but especially that fucking 'put a ring on it' song.
    It makes me die a little when my sister says that her fiance "liked it, so he put a ring on it." I comfort myself with the fact that my sister has great taste in music and says such things ironically.

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    Here's a Shitty Ditty(tm)

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    Another oldie but not goodie:

    "Coward of the County" by Kenny Rogers. A poor girl gets gang-raped, but that's OK, because it gives her husband the chance to show that he isn't afraid of bar fights.

    :Shake:

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    Quote Originally posted by Rube E. Tewesday View post
    Another oldie but not goodie:

    "Coward of the County" by Kenny Rogers. A poor girl gets gang-raped, but that's OK, because it gives her husband the chance to show that he isn't afraid of bar fights.

    :Shake:
    Yeah, I never thought of it that way. What a moronic song.

    It's all cool at the end because wuss boy gets in a few licks.
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    ♫Don't stop believin'♫

    I fucking hate this song the the fury of a thousand suns. I can never get away from it either. Go to a bar, someone puts it on the jukebox. Go to a club, some jackass thinks its funny to get the DJ to play it. Go to a party, chances are that same jackass from the club is there with a Journey best of. It's overplayed and not that good of a song. We've all heard it before, there is no reason we need to hear it again.
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    Quote Originally posted by Revs View post
    ♫Don't stop believin'♫
    Yeah, this song was badly overplayed before it was overplayed. :Shake:
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    You guys would hate my play list.

    I'm digging Nickleback, I love Steely Dan and I really like Katy Perry, especially this:

    They weren't singing....they were just honking.
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    I hate anything by Neil Diamond. Ugh.
    They weren't singing....they were just honking.
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    My fiancee, whom I love with the power of 10,000 burning suns, has the taste in music of a brain damaged 13 year old. All she listens to when we're in her car is the local 10 Songs On Constant Replay Club Music Clear Channel Shit Fest, so I hereby nominate every single song that I hear on B96. Seriously. Justin Beeber or whatever your name is, I hope weasels eat your face.
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    I suppose I should bring to light my secret shame. Paramore. I want to hate them so bad, but I....just....can't. And so, I do hate them, for the very reason I can't. Its a conundrum.
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    Quote Originally posted by Revs View post
    ♫Don't stop believin'♫
    YOU CAN HAVE MY JOURNEY'S GREATEST HITS CD WHEN YOU PRY IT FROM MY COLD DEAD HANDS!!!

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    Quote Originally posted by Orual View post
    YOU CAN HAVE MY JOURNEY'S GREATEST HITS CD WHEN YOU PRY IT FROM MY COLD DEAD HANDS!!!
    Based on the age of the average Journey fan, I may not have to wait too long.
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    Quote Originally posted by Revs View post
    Based on the age of the average Journey fan, I may not have to wait too long.
    Silly Youth--Old Age and Treachery will win every time.

    I like SOME Journey songs. Not all, but some. Like I like SOME Styx songs. I am a child of the late 70s/80s.

    Just to torture all of you, "Butterfly Kisses", "Wildfire" and "Don't Worry, Be Happy!"


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    Nickleback's "Rockstar" drives me nuts, but I don't mind "Photograph".
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