Thread: Top 40 Pop Songs That Make You Want To Jerry Lee Shoot Your Radio

bird72 - 3/1/2008 at 11:53 PM

This is reserved for songs you REALLY, truly hate and despise. That make your skin crawl and blood boil. That are nails on the proverbial chalkboard. Not songs that suck, or that you dislike. Songs you want to hunt down the artist and shame them into apologizing. Songs you hate more than the government. Songs you hate more than ex wives or husbands. Songs you would kick somebody out of your car if they hummed while riding with you. Songs that should be banned along with waterboarding. Songs that have Satan in them, they must.

Songs that drive me over the edge, hide the guns.......

Rock On (I really really hate that effin song, "Blue Jean Baby Queen" arrggghhhh)

Year 2525 (Oh man, that sh*t is beyond bad, who were those freaks?)

Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree (Saw that damn tree down)

Pair of Rollersakets, Brand New Key (that was a career killer song)




OldDirtRoad - 3/2/2008 at 12:13 AM

"Don't pull your Love" Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds
"The Night Chicago Died" Whoever
"You'll never find" Lou Rawls
"Jack and Diane" Little Pink Houses" John "Kroger" Mellencamp
"Keep on lovin you" Reo Speedwagon....at their worst.
"Babe", "Grand illusion" "Fooling Yourself" "Come Sail away" Styx (anything Dennis Deyoung sang)
Hot nights in the city - Nick Gilder...whatever.


[Edited on 3/2/2008 by OldDirtRoad]


Shapeshifter72 - 3/2/2008 at 12:34 AM

LOL @ this thread


Let's See.....

ANYTHING by Supertramp
"Me and You and a Dog Named Boo" by whoever it was that wrote it
"Achy Breaky Heart" by Billy Ray Cyrussly Thats a Huge Mullet
"Hey Ya" by OutKast, thankfully its not on all the time anymore.
"American Pie" by Don McClean. I just cant hear it ever again.
"If You Wanna Be My Lover" or any other tune by the Spice Girls. I used to date a woman who listened to this tune ad nausea.
"Piano Man" or anything else for that matter by Billy Joel.
"Fergielicious" by Fergie, I used to work at a nightclub.
The Entire "Grease" Soundtrack.
"Paradise By The Dashboard Light" by Meatloaf

More to come, I had to stop cause I think I just threw up a little in my mouth looking at all these tunes listed together LOL



JaminRebel - 3/2/2008 at 12:39 AM




Cat's In The Cradle

99% of the Def Lepard catalogue


fanfrom-71 - 3/2/2008 at 12:39 AM

There aint enough time,or enough room for that list.


JaminRebel - 3/2/2008 at 12:40 AM



When the Bullet Hits the Bone-- that horrible Deep Purple or Golden Earring song.



JaminRebel - 3/2/2008 at 12:48 AM




BON JOVI






D28guy - 3/2/2008 at 01:05 AM

Oooooga Chucka, ooooooga Chucka, ooooooga ooooooga oooooooga Chucka



"D"


D28guy - 3/2/2008 at 01:10 AM

YMCA, the Village idiots...I mean people.

"D"


alloak41 - 3/2/2008 at 01:18 AM


Got a clothespin? Here's a few more..

"I Think I Love You"- Partridge Family
"Half Breed"- Cher
"Wedding Bell Blues"- 5th Dimension
"Knock Three Times"- TO and Dawn
"Indian Reservation(Cherokee People)- ?
"Footloose"- K Loggins
"Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves"- Cher
"Pop Music"- ?
"Don't Go Breakin My Heart"- Elton John?
"Wake Me Up Before You Go Go"- ?

whatever that Billy Joel song is with the "cadillac ack-ack-ack-ack-ack-ack"



CHUCKLINDSEY - 3/2/2008 at 02:33 AM

Just finished my Wheel & jeopardy fix and PBS has a '60's thing going on now... let's see... In The Year 2525 was Zager & Evans, Cat's in the Cradle was Harry Chapin, Indian Nation was Paul Revere & the Raiders, Don't Go Breakin' My Heart, Elton John & Kiki Dee, and I think WHAM (w/pervert George Michael) did Wake Me Up Before You Go Go. Anyone remember the Caskills or the 1910 Fruit Gum Company? Yuk!


abbfan47 - 3/2/2008 at 03:44 AM

Please.....Nobody hit me, but I like "Cats In The Cradle".
Good message in that one!


PhotoRon286 - 3/2/2008 at 03:50 AM

Anything Steve Perry ever sang.

You Light up my Life

Wildfire

Pina Colada song

Any Michael McDonald (the man who killed the Doobie Bros.)

[Edited on 3/2/2008 by PhotoRon286]


abbfan47 - 3/2/2008 at 03:51 AM

quote:
"Don't pull your Love" Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds
"The Night Chicago Died" Whoever
"You'll never find" Lou Rawls
"Jack and Diane" Little Pink Houses" John "Kroger" Mellencamp
"Keep on lovin you" Reo Speedwagon....at their worst.
"Babe", "Grand illusion" "Fooling Yourself" "Come Sail away" Styx (anything Dennis Deyoung sang)
Hot nights in the city - Nick Gilder...whatever.





[Edited on 3/2/2008 by OldDirtRoad]



"The Night Chicago Died" Whoever

Whoever. LMOA
I think that pretty much sums it up for all of us.


MaconPeach - 3/2/2008 at 03:52 AM

Anything by ABBA.
Anything by Neil Diamond.
My husband and I both can't abide what we refer to as "AsiaJourneyForeignerBoston" songs...lol.

Laura Jane


marco - 3/2/2008 at 04:47 AM

"99 Luftballons"


steadyhorse - 3/2/2008 at 05:02 AM

Emotional Rescue - Stones
Do ya think I'm sexy - Rod Stewart

Make me want to wretch


IPowrie - 3/2/2008 at 05:15 AM

Were an American Band and the Locamotive- Grand Funk Railroad and anything that is Top 40 Radio right this second


CanadianMule - 3/2/2008 at 05:45 AM

Knockin' On Heaven's Door by Guns & Roses

That voice just makes me search for the off switch. Worst part is that classic rock radio plays it more than all the various others versions out there even Dylan's himself.


WharfRat - 3/2/2008 at 07:48 AM

quote:
ANYTHING by Supertramp
-I Second that

ANYTHING by Phil Collins...
ABBA
Money For Nothing - Dire Straights ( Actually anything by them, but this one is tops)

Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond - This song makes me physically ILL


Shapeshifter72 - 3/2/2008 at 11:54 AM

Crocodile Rock by Elton John...Absolutely Putrid......


Shapeshifter72 - 3/2/2008 at 12:01 PM

No Offense Wharf Rat, I am a HUGE Beatles fan, I love everything they ever did, but I have to include Octupus' Garden here...thats without a doubt my least favorite Beatles tune. next to "Why Dont We Do It In The Road, and the Yoko/John "Number 9" or whatever its called off of the White Album....oh dear god.....


Shapeshifter72 - 3/2/2008 at 12:04 PM



[Edited on 3/2/2008 by Shapeshifter72]


Shapeshifter72 - 3/2/2008 at 12:11 PM

quote:
Oooooga Chucka, ooooooga Chucka, ooooooga ooooooga oooooooga Chucka




I hate that song too.... LOL


muletrane - 3/2/2008 at 12:14 PM

"My husband and I both can't abide what we refer to as "AsiaJourneyForeignerBoston" songs...lol."

I know what you mean. I get violently ill whenever I hear the intro to Come Sail Away.
also,
Come On Eileen - Dexy's Midnight Runners


MaconGal - 3/2/2008 at 12:14 PM

Brandy (You're a Fine Girl) by Looking Glass...... can't stand it!


Shapeshifter72 - 3/2/2008 at 12:17 PM

Oh and anyone who has been to a "DJ" wedding.......

The Electric Slide, and The macarena or for that matter The Chicken Dance, pretty much promotes violence every time.

seriously, i have to leave the room. I dont care if is my Sisters wedding, or if I was the best man etc......... AWFUL


Shapeshifter72 - 3/2/2008 at 12:25 PM

And for Gregg Allman's sake I will add "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" by Tammy Wynette. He F'n HATED this song. Thankfully Gregg, decided to pursue his own Music, and We are all better served because of it.


robslob - 3/2/2008 at 12:55 PM

"At the Copa
Copa Cabana
Finest Spot in All the Lanna"

absolute f*cking garbage.......Barry Manilow is about as bad as it gets


trublnomore - 3/2/2008 at 01:47 PM

quote:
Anything by ABBA.
Anything by Neil Diamond.
My husband and I both can't abide what we refer to as "AsiaJourneyForeignerBoston" songs...lol.

Laura Jane



I'm with ya there! I had always gotten them confused..never wanted to figure it out either. What's worse than all these songs posted here are all the hits they they play over and over again and again...they killed radio. Here's a little upside..On a business travel w/co-worker in my vehicle..she wanted to see my cd collection, looking for some tunes. After her scan..looks at me with smirk.." All Allman Brothers !" She was looking for something else? I popped in Honeytribe.. .


TopDroog - 3/2/2008 at 01:52 PM

There are very few things I truly hate, but I usually nominate (half-jokingly) Paula Abdul's "Cold-Hearted Snake" as having the stupidest lyrics of any song in history.

There is a more recent tune I think of as sort of a nasty car wreck, that is, I really don't like it, but I can't stop watching/listening to it with a sort of horrid fascination: Work it, by Missy Elliot. I actually did a little web research a while back to figure out just what the heck "itsyerferminiphlanyet" actually meant. Apparently, it's "thang down flip it and reverse it" ran backwards.

Okay, everybody ready? All together now!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vum3qgoh0x4





[Edited on 3/2/2008 by TopDroog]


peachygurl - 3/2/2008 at 01:54 PM

I agree with some of those listed, especially "Cat's In The Cradle!" that song is heartbreaking! I do like more 70's pop than I'm willing to admit though! I will add that I really did not like much out of the 80's, with the exception of the heavier stuff & hair bands...I couldn't stand that radio crap from then & I do get some flack from people my age for it simply because that is when I was in high school...graduated in 87 so a lot of that music got heavy airplay then, but I could just never get into it...then or now!! I was always more into the classic rock & wasn't into a lot of the "popular" music of those days!

My vote for worse song ever though, is: "Playground In My Mind" by one hit wonder from the 70's, Clint Holmes! Ya really, really, really can't get much worse than this little doozy! This dude was actually born & raised where I live...now he is a fabulous Las Vegas show act...ugh! If I ever met him in pesron I'd have to ask him WTF were you thinking?!

When this old world gets me down
And there's no love to be found
I close my eyes and soon I find
I'm in a playground in my mind
Where the children laugh and the children play
And we sing a song all day.
"My name is Michael, I got a nickel
I got a nickel, shiny and new
I'm gonna buy me all kinds of candy
That's what I'm gonna do"
See the little children
Living in a world that I left behind
Happy little children
In the playround in my mind.
Oh the wonders that I find
In the playground in my mind
In a world that used to be
Close your eyes and follow me
Where the children laugh and the children play
And we sing a song all day.
"My girl is Cindy
When we get married, we're gonna have a baby or two
We're gonna let them visit their grandma
That's what we're gonna do."
"My name is Cindy
When we get married, were gonna have a baby or two
We're gonna let them vist their grandma
That's what we're gonna do."
See the little children
See how they're playing so happy
In the playround in my mind.
Ba ba ba ba ba ba ba
La la la la la la la..... blady blady blady freakin' blah!


EasyMichael - 3/2/2008 at 02:21 PM

Some funny stuff in this thread. My biggest nails-on-the-blackboard song is probably "Come On Eileen"--UGH!


reneed - 3/2/2008 at 03:26 PM

andy kim,,,,,,,,,,,sux
disco,,,,,,,that friggin 'i will survive' make me wanna puke,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
country,,,,,,,same crap different day
you light up my life,,,,,,,,,,,make me wanna stick that damn light bulb up her a$$,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,they more but i gotta git my ironin did,,,,,,,,


bird72 - 3/2/2008 at 04:06 PM

Y'all are doing great, naming many of the ones I left off my list but definitely are on it.

Yes the, soprano heavy ballad bands like Journey..... I always figured somebody had his testicles in a vise for those vocals......

Cat's In The Cradle, funny, I was going to put that on my list, but in a gesture of kindness to Harry Chapin, left it off. But the never ending droning depressing lyrics were only designed to inflict guilt on fathers of grown up sons, a truly evil song.

Grand Funk mentioned..... It is funny the only remaining song pretty much that gets airplay is Locomotion, a blatant white boy rip off song, I always sit there like an idiot and wait for the guitar solo..... sorry, jive hand clapping is all ya get......
Yes I really hate that song, it has no point beyond annoyance...... GFR actually did some fun stuff, and they insist on killing us with their most horrible, out of character song.

Emotional Rescue mentioned, yes the mental image of Mick strutting all over while doing falsetto is like a drag queen nightmare.......


At The Copa, man that one goes without saying....... shoulda had Mick doing falsetto harmony on it.....

Yeah, that Pina Colada song....... it is revolting on many levels. Especially how shallow and trashy the two characters are...... But after a few umbrella drinks, well, anyone looks good......

Most of the songs listed have the incredible ability, that after heard, stay in your head all friggin day.

That is because most are DITTIES.

A Ditty, must have annoying repetitive lyrics, sickly syrupy positive and twilight zonish, and an upbeat tempo, with a beat and melody suitable for K Mart shopping.

Can you imagine the session musicians on these? I bet they did heroin in the back alley to cope.......



alloak41 - 3/2/2008 at 04:31 PM


Three more that would make a STUFFED dog howl...

"Dancing Queen"- ABBA
"Billy, Don't Be A Hero"- ?
"The Candy Man" - Sammy Davis Jr



robslob - 3/2/2008 at 04:33 PM

jeeezz louise............ain't there anyone here but me who loves that Journey stuff, and thinks that Steve Perry has a great voice?


WharfRat - 3/2/2008 at 04:36 PM

quote:
No Offense Wharf Rat, I am a HUGE Beatles fan, I love everything they ever did, but I have to include Octupus' Garden here...thats without a doubt my least favorite Beatles tune. next to "Why Dont We Do It In The Road, and the Yoko/John "Number 9" or whatever its called off of the White Album....oh dear god.....




Octopus is.... umm... Man I just cant bash Ringo Not exactly one of my faves
Do It In The Road- Well, it is.. short Less pain that way
Number 9 - No Comment


alloak41 - 3/2/2008 at 04:36 PM


I like some Journey...I'm surprised Dave Matthews isn't getting flamed....












He is now..


WharfRat - 3/2/2008 at 04:41 PM

quote:
I'm surprised Dave Matthews isn't getting flamed....


or John Mayer..


peachygurl - 3/2/2008 at 04:44 PM

quote:
jeeezz louise............ain't there anyone here but me who loves that Journey stuff, and thinks that Steve Perry has a great voice?


steve perry & journey were ok i guess...liked them enough in the 80's, but never a huge fan. journey was my very first concert in 1986, a group called glass tiger opened for them. one of my best friends, (since we were 13) lisa, is aways, has been & always will be huge journey fan...along with ever loving reo speedwagon, styx & (ack) tears for fears...now I just threw up a little bit in my mouth! need i say more? she is also someone i will never take to an abb show again. she decides she wants to go see tom petty & check out my beloved abb a few summers ago... the whole freakin' time the brothers were playing, she was "bored?!?!?", so she talked to me, non stop, or at least tried..I was so irritated with her, I ended up slowly moving away from her & out of earshot! then she was trying to talk to my husband! she said their songs were too long & there weren't enough lyircs. whatever!


PhotoRon286 - 3/2/2008 at 04:45 PM

The Morning After

Ballad of Billy Jack

Kung Fu Fighting



Try and get those out of your head today.


Dannyspell - 3/2/2008 at 04:57 PM

John Mayer needs to be torched.


alloak41 - 3/2/2008 at 04:58 PM


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WharfRat - 3/2/2008 at 05:05 PM

Remember this one?


I got a pocket full of quarters, and I'm headed to the arcade.
I don't have a lot of money, but I'm bringing ev'rything I made.
I've got a callus on my finger, and my shoulder's hurting too.
I'm gonna eat them all up, just as soon as they turn blue.

Chorus:
'Cause I've got Pac-Man fever;
Pac-Man fever.
It's driving me crazy.
Driving me crazy.
I've got Pac-Man fever;
Pac-Man fever.
I'm going out of my mind.
Going out of my mind.
I've got Pac-Man fever;
Pac-Man fever.
I'm going out of my mind.
Going out of my mind.

I've got all the patterns down, up until the ninth key.
I've got Speedy on my tail, and I know it's either him or me.
So I'm heading out the back door and in the other side;
Gonna eat the cherries up and take them all for a ride.

Chorus

I'm gonna fake it to the left, and move to the right;
'Cause Pokey's too slow, and Blinky's out of sight.

Guitar solo

Now I've got them on the run, and I'm looking for the high score;
So it's once around the block, And I'll slide back out the side door.
I'm really cookin' now, eating everything in sight.
All my money's gone, so I'll be back tomorow night.

'Cause I've got Pac-Man fever;
Pac-Man fever.
It's driving me crazy.
Driving me crazy.
I've got Pac-Man fever;
Pac-Man fever.
I'm going out of my mind.
Going out of my mind.
Repeat and fade


peachygurl - 3/2/2008 at 05:40 PM

yes...totally remember that pac man fever song! ugh! but i was addicted to the game too! also gonna add:
white wedding, rebel yell, eyes without a face & money money by billy idol
too sexy for my shirt...yeah, on the catwalk...right said fred
how about this one...it's catchy enough to get stuck in your noggin for a day or more!:

If you're blue and you don't know where to go to
why don't you go where fashion sits,
Puttin' on the ritz.
Different types who wear a day coat, pants with stripes
and cutaway coat, perfect fits,
Puttin' on the ritz.
Dressed up like a million dollar trouper
Trying hard to look like Gary Cooper (super duper)
Come let's mix where Rockefellers walk with sticks
or "umberellas" in their mitts,
Puttin' on the ritz.
Have you seen the well-to-do up and down Park Avenue
On that famous thoroughfare with their noses in the air
High hats and Arrow collars white spats and lots of dollars
Spending every dime for a wonderful time
If you're blue and you don't know where to go to
why don't you go where fashion sits,
Puttin' on the ritz.


DanB - 3/2/2008 at 05:42 PM

Journey, Styx, DMB, and REO Speedwagon I could do well to never hear again. If these bands come on the radio I have to immediately cleanse my ears with some ABB.


CanadianMule - 3/2/2008 at 05:43 PM

Actually Bird72 the GFR song that gets the most airplay is still Some Kind Of Wonderful, it could easily be on this list for some people. Amazing how many people can sing along word for word and have no idea who sings it.

American Pie is another for the list IMO. Never liked it and what makes it worse is that it goes on forever.

Not really a Top 40 song but I would love to never hear "Won't Get Fooled Again" by the Who. I hear that song easily a dozen times for every other Who song.

As goes for "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" which gets far too much radio play. There are much better songs to pick from.


blueeyedgirl - 3/2/2008 at 09:43 PM

Everybody Wang Chung Tonight
DMB
Most things by Def Leppard
Afternoon Delight by Starland Vocal Band.


Shapeshifter72 - 3/2/2008 at 10:07 PM

quote:
yes...totally remember that pac man fever song! ugh! but i was addicted to the game too! also gonna add:
white wedding, rebel yell, eyes without a face & money money by billy idol
too sexy for my shirt...yeah, on the catwalk...right said fred
how about this one...it's catchy enough to get stuck in your noggin for a day or more!:

If you're blue and you don't know where to go to
why don't you go where fashion sits,
Puttin' on the ritz.
Different types who wear a day coat, pants with stripes
and cutaway coat, perfect fits,
Puttin' on the ritz.
Dressed up like a million dollar trouper
Trying hard to look like Gary Cooper (super duper)
Come let's mix where Rockefellers walk with sticks
or "umberellas" in their mitts,
Puttin' on the ritz.
Have you seen the well-to-do up and down Park Avenue
On that famous thoroughfare with their noses in the air
High hats and Arrow collars white spats and lots of dollars
Spending every dime for a wonderful time
If you're blue and you don't know where to go to
why don't you go where fashion sits,
Puttin' on the ritz.




gooooood call Peachygurl!!!!. OMG I HATED Puttin On The Ritz too. (Shudders) I was gonna mention John Mayer, but I figured that kinda went without saying, but now that he's been mentioned....

<~~~~~~~Grabs a Torch and Joins the Mob lol

"Listen...No one, is to stone anyone until I blow this whistle. Even if, and I want to make this absolutely clear, even if they do say John Mayer" lol

[Edited on 3/2/2008 by Shapeshifter72]


JaminRebel - 3/2/2008 at 10:36 PM





Hey Droogy, I have a fifth grader who gets all the elementary school kids on the school bus to SHOUT that Solja Boy song. Geez. He moved and is now on bus 350, but Friday he rode the bus to visit his dad. So I got an earful as usual. He's the only kid that starts the song shout outs. I've asked him not to get the kids going, but I let him on Friday since he is now only visiting on the bus. Me, I am wearing ear plugs. No, I'm not suppossed to but I do. My ear plugs are helping me to keep my sanity.




jpfudd5 - 3/2/2008 at 11:05 PM

Air Supply!!
Time For Me To Fly- REO Speedwagon

I'll second "Why Don't We Do It In the Road" and many of the "White Album" stupid novelty songs... though I love the Beatles and "Revolver" and "Rubber Soul" are 2 of my favorite albums period.


TopDroog - 3/3/2008 at 12:39 AM

quote:




Hey Droogy, I have a fifth grader who gets all the elementary school kids on the school bus to SHOUT that Solja Boy song. Geez. He moved and is now on bus 350, but Friday he rode the bus to visit his dad. So I got an earful as usual. He's the only kid that starts the song shout outs. I've asked him not to get the kids going, but I let him on Friday since he is now only visiting on the bus. Me, I am wearing ear plugs. No, I'm not suppossed to but I do. My ear plugs are helping me to keep my sanity.






Stick with your incognito ear plugs, and let the kids have their fun.


Haisija - 3/3/2008 at 12:40 AM

The Night Chicago Died

ker **** in' plowey


johnwott - 3/3/2008 at 12:42 AM

quote:
Journey, Styx, DMB, and REO Speedwagon I could do well to never hear again. If these bands come on the radio I have to immediately cleanse my ears with some ABB.


You got to roll with the changes...

REO RULES


johnwott - 3/3/2008 at 12:43 AM

quote:

Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond - This song makes me physically ILL


what did she do to you?


emr - 3/3/2008 at 04:51 AM

one of my best friends in High School had a wicked step-mother named Caroline. All we had to do to incite his rage was play that song.


CanadianMule - 3/3/2008 at 05:25 AM

quote:
Solja Boy


Now that "song" (using the term loosely) annoyed me more than most 10 seconds in. Now my style of music but even people that enjoy it should hate this song. It is just stupid. My daughter was doing some dance group thing to that and they were practising here. Imagine that thing played over and over for hours. I pride myself in being a pretty open parent but that took me to my limits.

I told them that all the great dancers rehearsed with no music at all.


reneed - 3/3/2008 at 11:32 AM

in the air tonite


bluesbasscat - 3/3/2008 at 03:12 PM

Hmmm. . . .
Let me see here. . . .
With the exception of about a dozen bands, probably everything that's been programmed on a radio station playlist since around 1978, but I despise some eras more than others.
I played bass in a Holiday Inn style " lounge act" during a good part of the 80's (don't ask, it involved musical prostitution for a paycheck ) which has given me a special contempt for the majority of the music of that era.
Wild, Wild West and the majority of the Brit Romantic/ New Wave tunes. will still make me reach for a pistol.
Anything by Toby Keith or the DMB will usually send me screaming for the exits as well.


Uponthe2ndfloor - 3/3/2008 at 05:44 PM

Mickey-Toni Basil

and if they're considered top 4o

She's So Cold-Stones
De Do Do Do,De Da Da Da-Police


KWidgeon - 3/3/2008 at 05:50 PM

The Lion Sleeps Tonight - The Tokens
Anything by Frankie Valley
Beast of Burden - Stones
Piece of My Heart - by Faith Hill (it's just WRONG)


Buppalo1 - 3/3/2008 at 05:52 PM

The "bubblegum" phase had to be the worst...Sugar Sugar, Yummy Yummy Yummy I Got Love in My Tummy, ad nauseum.


Makes me want to leap out the window....ugh!


TopDroog - 3/3/2008 at 05:56 PM

quote:
The "bubblegum" phase had to be the worst...Sugar Sugar, Yummy Yummy Yummy I Got Love in My Tummy, ad nauseum.


Makes me want to leap out the window....ugh!


Well, it's obvious who needs a little love in his tummy . . .


sole - 3/3/2008 at 06:02 PM

Anything by Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine.
I want to punt the radio out the window.


blueeyedgirl - 3/3/2008 at 06:41 PM

quote:
The Lion Sleeps Tonight - The Tokens
Anything by Frankie Valley
Beast of Burden - Stones
Piece of My Heart - by Faith Hill (it's just WRONG)




Faith Hill's version of that song is terrible. The first time I heard it, I just kind of sat there in mute horror. The second time I heard it, I broke my radio.


Shapeshifter72 - 3/4/2008 at 05:49 PM

I will add Steve Miller's "Abracadabra" to this list. I just heard it on the radio, and for the life of me, couldn't figure out what was putting me in a bad mood. "It's that SONG!!!!" LOL


dancingrhonda - 3/4/2008 at 06:22 PM

quote:
Knockin' On Heaven's Door by Guns & Roses

That voice just makes me search for the off switch. Worst part is that classic rock radio plays it more than all the various others versions out there even Dylan's himself.


Oh I hear ya and feel your pain. Has anyone else ever noticed how much Axel Rose loves the sound of his own voice? Every freakin moment of every song is filled with words, wailing, or mindless babble on his part....and Knockin On Heaven's Door is bar far the best representation of this!


dancingrhonda - 3/4/2008 at 06:24 PM

I don't know the name or the artist, but I've attended 3 weddings in the past couple of months and it's been played everytime. It's some guy, singing some pop song, and it was created only for the purpose of line dancing....something about the Cha Cha, and stomping, and jumping....just the thought is making me cringe.


Jacquie - 3/4/2008 at 06:27 PM

Steely Dan has always rubbed me the wrong way....the song, "Peg" drives me insane - ironic enough, I have a few friends by that name who I adore....


blueeyedgirl - 3/4/2008 at 06:56 PM

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I don't know the name or the artist, but I've attended 3 weddings in the past couple of months and it's been played everytime. It's some guy, singing some pop song, and it was created only for the purpose of line dancing....something about the Cha Cha, and stomping, and jumping....just the thought is making me cringe.


That would be the Cha Cha Slide by Casper. And it is definitely one of the most annoying songs ever. Actually, I think I would include most group dance songs played at weddings in that category.


Bessie.Smith - 3/4/2008 at 07:04 PM

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Steely Dan has always rubbed me the wrong way....the song, "Peg" drives me insane - ironic enough, I have a few friends by that name who I adore....


I''m a huge Steely Dan, but Peg is the one song of theirs that I do NOT like. And they always seem to play it in concert(lol). Just my luck.


CanadianMule - 3/4/2008 at 08:12 PM

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Knockin' On Heaven's Door by Guns & Roses

That voice just makes me search for the off switch. Worst part is that classic rock radio plays it more than all the various others versions out there even Dylan's himself.


Oh I hear ya and feel your pain. Has anyone else ever noticed how much Axel Rose loves the sound of his own voice? Every freakin moment of every song is filled with words, wailing, or mindless babble on his part....and Knockin On Heaven's Door is bar far the best representation of this!


He never shuts up during the song. LMAO
I can tell that the same thing bothers us both about the song.


stu_pidasso - 3/4/2008 at 08:39 PM

This thread is great! But dammit, I have some of these horrible songs in my head now.
You all covered most of them....

Mine are anything from Celine Dion. I can just picture her holding me in her preying mantis arms and singing her songs to me personally.

Anything from Hootie and the Blowfish. The spoof "I only got a three inch tool" is better than their original.


PauliG - 3/4/2008 at 10:08 PM

"Shattered" - The Rolling Stones. I just don't get it.

I like "Why Don't We Do it in the Road?" though. And I love "Octopus's Garden"... Well, it's not like I LOOOOVEE it, but I think it's musically really cool and my daughter loves it.


peachygurl - 3/6/2008 at 03:31 PM

ok... sorry but i had to dig up this thread & add something to it that i heard & immediately thought that this list is where it should be burried! Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice! ugh! I heard it somehwere...not even sure & it's been floating around in my head all morning! then i started thinking about the parody by Weird Al... although he is awesome, some of the stuff that guy comes up with!


Haisija - 3/6/2008 at 03:39 PM

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Knockin' On Heaven's Door by Guns & Roses

That voice just makes me search for the off switch. Worst part is that classic rock radio plays it more than all the various others versions out there even Dylan's himself.


Oh I hear ya and feel your pain. Has anyone else ever noticed how much Axel Rose loves the sound of his own voice? Every freakin moment of every song is filled with words, wailing, or mindless babble on his part....and Knockin On Heaven's Door is bar far the best representation of this!


This song by G and R , Patience and The Thorny Rose song by Poison. Puke squared or I guess to the 3rd power.


CanadianMule - 3/6/2008 at 03:50 PM

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Knockin' On Heaven's Door by Guns & Roses

That voice just makes me search for the off switch. Worst part is that classic rock radio plays it more than all the various others versions out there even Dylan's himself.


Oh I hear ya and feel your pain. Has anyone else ever noticed how much Axel Rose loves the sound of his own voice? Every freakin moment of every song is filled with words, wailing, or mindless babble on his part....and Knockin On Heaven's Door is bar far the best representation of this!


This song by G and R , Patience and The Thorny Rose song by Poison. Puke squared or I guess to the 3rd power.




I feel your pain on all three.


emr - 3/6/2008 at 10:36 PM

America - Horse With No Name

Name the f**n horse and end the f**n song already. A lousy Eagle's knock off and I can't tolerate the real thing.


CanadianMule - 3/6/2008 at 11:07 PM

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America - Horse With No Name

Name the f**n horse and end the f**n song already. A lousy Eagle's knock off and I can't tolerate the real thing.


LMAO - Maybe the horse was his wife and he didn't want to make it obvious.


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