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I HATE that song!!!

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posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 06:53 AM
Insert your owm choice.

For me, I have two that come to mind:

"Karma Chameleon" by Culture Club and
"Ooh, That Smell" (is that the actual title?) by Lynrd Skynrd

posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 09:36 AM
Anything by Robbie Williams! He's a stupid drugged up loser who's songs are always the same!

Infact, I'm not sure it's even his music, more him that I can't stand. Which in turn, makes me hate his music.

Also, 'Sniped' by CKY. Why with the shouting and screaming? How the hell is that music?

posted on Nov, 7 2006 @ 09:50 PM

Originally posted by Zhenyghi
"Karma Chameleon" by Culture Club

lmfao! ack, that song does lick!

i dunno tho, that's a tough choice...

i would have to say that i truly HATE any song by U2...

i will listen to country, or even (C)rap before i listen to U2...
makes me want to gack...

posted on Nov, 7 2006 @ 10:02 PM
I can't STAND Sexy Back by Justin Timberlake
or Swing Batter Swing by Trace Adkins

posted on Nov, 7 2006 @ 10:56 PM
REM`s Everybody Hurts

If your not already depressed or suicidal that song will make you be.

Thanks alot for making me think of the song i hate most.

Get outa my head,get outa my head!!!...........................

posted on Nov, 8 2006 @ 12:24 AM
Anything by the killers. Sounds like they are in the middle of a cold when they sing.
Look those city-slickaz that like country, Do you realize how outlandish country is? "No because it's popular". Nope they don't because Oprah Winfrey just told them to go listen to it. Lol, it's true. I can't stand it. I just can not stand it. Like I hate it more than just saying, "Oh I hate country." I mean I HATE it!!!!!!!!! All country is is rock music with computerized voices (yes you would be suprised most of country is computerized because anyone with a texas or southern accent's voice will get very squeaky when they sing high notes) and southern accents. Just face it. It sucks. I am sorry but I officially can't stand anyone that puts up with that , . Way worse. Country is for teenagers that think they are cool by beingin to it, I am so cool because I listen to country? Seriously???

I mean honestly How in the hell is country cool!! It sucks!!!

(mod edit-Mind your mouth, Insults will not be tolerated)

[edit on 8-11-2006 by asala]

posted on Nov, 8 2006 @ 01:07 AM
In no particular order...

The Lightning Express by the Everly Brothers. Croonsome tearjerkers' vilest hour.

Shut Up Your Face by Joe Dolce. Sadly, never took his own advice.

My Ding-a-Ling by Chuck Berry. Onanistic kindergarten anthem by Scroogelike sleazebag who just happens to be a genius on the side.

Run For Your Life by the Beatles. For the sexist thug in your life.

I Just Called to Say I Love You by Stevie Wonder. A god soils himself.

King of My Castle by Wamdue Project. Millions of radios smashed into tiny fragments and still the beat goes on.

Don't Worry Be Happy by Bobby McFerrin. You'd be a lot happier if he would just shut up.

Two Little Boys by Rolf Harris. Tweeness and moral uplift by professional Ostrylian.

Do Ya Think I'm Sexy? by Rod Stewart. No.

posted on Nov, 8 2006 @ 01:35 AM
Youre Beautiful by James Blunt. (When did British music become so whining and sissified?)

Like A virgin by Madonna (Like, anyone would believe THAT)

Youve Lost that Lovin Feeling by the Righteous Brothers (I do everytime I hear that song)

YMCA by Village People (Every time this song plays or is brought up, it runs nonstop through my head and I want to dance.)

Achey Breaky Heart by Billy Ray Cyrus (I hate 99% of country, and this mullethead sums up why)

posted on Nov, 8 2006 @ 07:18 AM
Okay, thanks for reminding me of some others, I'd have to now add:

"Everybody Hurts" by REM - I wonder how many suicides have been linked to this?

"Don't Worry, Be Happy" by Bobby McFarin - never dug this song, sorry. The guy can definitely sing, but I don't like all the blurbs and silly vocal effects.

"Wot Kinda Man" by Queensryche

"Crazy Cat" by Helloween

"She Drives Me Crazy" by Fine Young Cannibals - didn't Rolling Stone magazine once bill them as the next iconic band of a generation?

"Peaches" by The Presidents of the United States

That dumb song by the Bare Naked Ladies that gave them their one hit.

Thinking of some more....

posted on Nov, 8 2006 @ 09:10 AM
1. "Save A Horse Ride A Cowboy" By Big 'n' Rich. I HATE THIS SONG!

2. "Boot Scootin' Boogie" By Brooks & Dunn. ANNOYING!

I don't like much of any country music but these two songs in particular really annoy the crapola out of me.

3. Oh, and anything by Britney Spears. Or anything by 'NSYNC.....or The Backstreet Boys.....Or any other boy band for that matter. :bash:

4. YMCA By The Village People :bnghd: (I hate the dance too


posted on Nov, 8 2006 @ 10:18 AM
Here's some more:

"Shy-Shy" by Kajagoogoo
"www.memory" by Alan Jackson
"In My Home Town" by Alan Jackson
The awful remake of "Johnny B. Goode" by Judas Priest
any of the remade songs by Conway Twitty

posted on Nov, 8 2006 @ 10:22 AM
Rico Suave by Gerardo. What a dip!!!!!

I have to agree with a previous poster that country music is definitely in the toilet. Where has all the talent gone?


posted on Nov, 8 2006 @ 09:04 PM
Here are some crappy songs that I hate:

1. Your Beautiful by James Blunt: makes me want to stab my own eye ball.

2. Anything by Linkin Park: they are just a bunch of wanna be hard rock musicians who literally scream into the microphone.

3. Anything by Mooron 5: the extrements coming out that hole beneath their noses makes me want to

4. Anything by U2: the most over-rated band in rock n' roll. I would like to take Bono's glasses and shove them...well, you get my drift.

posted on Nov, 8 2006 @ 09:41 PM

Originally posted by Dr Love
Rico Suave by Gerardo. What a dip!!!!!

I have to agree with a previous poster that country music is definitely in the toilet. Where has all the talent gone?


Most music today is in the toilet. We no longer have musicians, just a bunch of entertainers. The music died when the music video came on the scene. Although at first, many of the videos were actaully good, most now are just tired.

Each to their own, I guess.

My top bad songs:

Having My Baby by Paul Anka

Muskrat Love by Captain and Tennille

Knock Three Times by Dawn

Ice, Ice, Baby by Vanilla Ice

posted on Nov, 8 2006 @ 09:58 PM
Anyone old enough to remember as song about three trapped miners? I think it was called "Timothy." Any way two of the guys ended up eating the third who was the focus of the song. Lyrics were something like this:

The Buoys

Trapped in a mine all paths caved in
And everyone knows the only ones left
Were Joe and me and Tim
When they broke through to pull us free
The only ones left to tell the tale
WAS Joe and me

Timothy, Timothy, where on earth did you go?
Timothy, Timothy, God why don't I know?

Hungry as hell no food to eat
And Joe said that he would sell his soul
For just a piece of meat
Water enough to drink TO DRINK for two
And Joe said to me, "I'll TAKE a swig
And then there's some for you."

Timothy, Timothy, Joe was looking at you
Timothy, Timothy, God what did we do?

I must have blacked out just 'round then
'Cause the very next thing that I could see
Was the light of the day again
My stomach was full as it could be
And nobody ever got around
To finding Timothy


posted on Nov, 8 2006 @ 11:32 PM

Originally posted by darkelf
The music died when the music video came on the scene.

Well, said, darkelf. Even though I notice all of your unfavourites (except for Ice Ice Baby) are from the pre-video era. Still, the point is well made.

I remember how, back in the Seventies, people would bemoan the fact that music -- rock in particular -- made such indifferent television. Somehow, in those times, the concert experience never translated to the small screen (even concert movies were pretty bad). But that changed, didn't it? The mavens worked it out. The Eighties saw the coming of the first acts whose presentation, both on and off stage, was actually fine-tuned for television. Who could blame them, or their managers? TV was a way to reach a wider audience, to 'get the music out to the people'. What few noticed was that the music itself was being altered to support the TV experience, and to its detriment. Now the process is complete -- so much so that listeners aren't even concerned about sound quality any more. They've got so used to hearing music through their tiny, tinny TV speakers that they don't care what it sounds like -- they're even willing to put up with the permanent sacrifice of sound quality demanded by the mp3 format because their ear for music has become so vulgarized and undiscriminating.

Bad days for music, I'm afraid.

posted on Nov, 9 2006 @ 10:54 AM

Originally posted by Dr Love
I have to agree with a previous poster that country music is definitely in the toilet. Where has all the talent gone?


I can tell ya where the talent has gone.

Garth Grooks - stopped recording
Waylon Jennings - Passed On
Johnny Cash - Passed On
Willie Nelson - Locked up in a Louisiana jail cell
Kris Kristofferson - Don't know what happened to him
George Jones - Livin' the retired life
Alabama - Retired

Just to name a few............

posted on Nov, 9 2006 @ 02:09 PM
poprock, and emocrap must die. brutally.

[edit on 9-11-2006 by Lysergic]

posted on Nov, 10 2006 @ 09:41 AM
I hate that "save a horse, ride a cowboy track." I don't listen to anything country aside from a handful of old Johnny Cash albums and the classic country rock folks (Skynyrd, CCR, Willie Nelson, etc) so I am far from an authority on what country music should sound like, but this track sucks hard. They play it at least twice in the bars around me, and I'm in a fairly urban area. I hate it.

posted on Nov, 10 2006 @ 05:39 PM
This may be considered rock heresy:

"Delilah" (sp?) by Queen
"Flash" by Queen
"Bicycle" by Queen

Don't get me wrong, I like Queen, but these just aren't my cup o' tea

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