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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by bobawpsol, Aug 30, 2010.
i need more like this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8TOJxpbGew post em if you got em ty
The Troll song, from the Three Billy Goat's Gruff, seems to be perfectly apt to your first post on your first day.
2. Worst song? Every song released since about '07 is the worst song evar, at least for a day.
Any Soulja Boy song.
You're just mad you cant crank dat'
Any rap song, any hip hop song, any song heavier than the old Metallica stuff, and Mmmmmmbop are tied for Worst Songs Ever.
how can you not like this
You know... rap wasn't always stupid. Now it's just beyond excuses. I used to sit back and laugh at the media and fashions in poor nations, now we have all that at home.
Sounds like cats fighting + scratching nails on a chalkboard + a high-pitched whiney voice.
this is all subjective. perhaps there can never be a worst song ever since no one would ever be able to gain unanimous agreement.
Worst song on my iTunes - The Dark is Rising by Mercury Rev. It just sounds so bad, like their other songs on that album are melodic, beautiful. That track is just an actual pain on the ears.
Stuff I hear on the radio? Heavy metal that doesn't appear to be a song, just shouting/screaming. Rap with it's awful lyrics. Almost every pop song I've heard in the past decade. Mass produced, harmful, cancerous rubbish.
I think Lawrence Welk ruined everything he touched.
Biz Markie - Just a Friend
Lady Gaga is the worst song ever.
Yes I know s/he isnt a song
Wesley Willis Suck a Cheetah's D***.
Oh c'mon, not all rap is terrible
I totally agree. I just don't get why everyone loves her. Her stuff is crap! and not even musically interesting.
She's a walking slutting gimmick.
If you don't have any real talent, take it all off and make a damned fool of yourself. People will pay attention to your father-lacking ass.
Otherwise, The Beatles would still suck.
When did they stop?
how about this one?
That's right, you just got Rickroll'd
lol thank you, rofl.
I knew what that was and clicked it anyway. That song is still great, c. 25 years later.
...if the link opens, and the first thing I see is "Your video will begin in 15 seconds" and an ad, is it still a rickroll?
I'm not a fan of her music either, but I understand why she's big. Pop has never been about talent - it's all about marketing. She's got a personality that's very, very marketable. Perhaps not to people like us, though.
That goddamn Cher song that was popular in ~1997-98.