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Good Night and Good Hockey
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7/05
Posted - Nov 20 2005 : 7:51PM
Ryan Cabrera..Comcast had a concert of him on last night..holy shit..it was so off key I can't believe they kept it on..that whole Simpson clan and their cronnies suck!
Ejac
Deactivated User

2295 Posts
9/04
Posted - Nov 20 2005 : 9:04PM
Can't speak to that concert. But sometimes being off key is a good thing.


Worst band - Village People. They grate my nerves.


Edited by - ejac on 11/20/2005 9:05:55 PM


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Thread Killer
5479 Posts
10/05
Posted - Nov 21 2005 : 12:35AM
I did just say that. Warrant sucked ass. Especially Jani Lane, the homliest frontman in all of metal. Yes, I dare say he was homlier than Lemmy from Motorhead. At least Lemmy knew he was ugly. The only redeeming thing about Warrant was the hot chick in the "Cherry Pie" video.

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3914 Posts
5/05
Posted - Nov 21 2005 : 7:48AM
Gia's ad hominem attack on Genesis' and Endorphin's stirring defense of the artists raises another interesting question.

Are there any other examples of a well-established band losing it's prime creative force and going on to greater sustained commercial success?

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Knuckle Dragger

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Posted - Nov 21 2005 : 9:29AM
Does Syd Barrett / Pink Floyd qualify?

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Silencio...
104341 Posts
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Posted - Nov 21 2005 : 10:08AM

Edited by - ultradamno on 11/21/2005 10:12:43 AM


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In the sad town, cold iron hands clap the party of clowns outside .
580 Posts
4/04
Posted - Nov 21 2005 : 11:28AM
me thinks, yes.

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Thread Killer
5479 Posts
10/05
Posted - Nov 21 2005 : 2:41PM
Aerosmith. Seems that drugs were their prime creative force.

Senior Member

Good & Evil is merely a matter of perspective, I perfer to call myself... Determined
3545 Posts
7/05
Posted - Nov 21 2005 : 3:04PM
I disagree. Have you heard "Done with Mirrors"? During the height of their drug years, this is their worst album ever. However, drugs have always been a positive creative force for a lot of musicians, as long as they just stick to pot!

Senior Member

1762 Posts
9/04
Posted - Nov 21 2005 : 4:03PM
Henry Rollins. He used to be so deep, but then he did a Gap commercial a few years back.

Back to subject, I hate the band HIM. They're fake teeny bopper dark rock. When I see kids wearing HIM t-shirts, I want to run them over.

 
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Long and Cursive road to the Ivory Pagoda in the province of Loraine
12553 Posts
12/03
Posted - Nov 21 2005 : 4:17PM
If we are talking about hair bands like Warrant, all I have to say is Europe.

My proof:
We're leaving together
But still it's farewell
And maybe we'll come back
To earth, who can tell
I guess there is no one to blame
We're leaving ground (leaving ground)
Will things ever be the same again
It's the final countdown...
The final countdown
Ooh oh

We're heading for Venus (Venus)
And still we stand tall
Cause maybe they've seen us
And welcome us all (yeah)
With so many light years to go
And things to be found (to be found)
I'm sure that we'll all miss her so
It's the final countdown...
The final countdown
The final countdown (the final countdown)
Ooh ooh oh


Senior Member

3914 Posts
5/05
Posted - Nov 21 2005 : 4:33PM
He said "Venus" heh heh.

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Thread Killer
5479 Posts
10/05
Posted - Nov 21 2005 : 5:21PM
Your proof Red, is that Job, the magician on "Arrested Development," used The Final Countdown as the theme song for his horrifically bad magic act. BTW man, if you haven't seen that show, at least rent season 1. It's been cancelled, but I know it's right up your alley.

Honestly, I've been trying to think of music that's completely unlistenable, and I still only come up with System of a Down. Lately Andrew Kiedis sounds like a dying cow, so I cringe at Red Hot Chili Peppers, but still they don't even come close to the aural offensiveness of System of a Down. It's like they aim to be the first band ever successfully prosecuted for manslaughter--they're music being directly, irrefutably responsible for the suicide and/or aneurism of a listener.

 
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IAFD.com
1356 Posts
4/04
Posted - Nov 21 2005 : 10:45PM
Worst going concern nowadays would have to be Nickelback, for simple inescapability. People refer to them as a Vancouver band. Those of us in Vancouver refer to them as an Edmonton band.

System of the Down are merely following in the path of atonal erk established by Limp Bizkit.

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4497 Posts
3/05
Posted - Nov 21 2005 : 11:04PM
Redish - I had successfully forgotten that song until you reminded me - you're truly cruel! I want to retaliate with "We Built This City", but lucky for both of us, I don't know the lyrics.

I remember thinking (as a pre-teen) that "The Final Countdown" was destined to be a classic.


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6/04
Posted - Nov 22 2005 : 1:53PM

"At least the Grateful Dead remain consistent. They are the worst band in creation." - Dave Marsh

I may have to agree with Mr. Marsh. Does Bruce Springsteen count as a band? Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Unbelievably awful.

But I'll have to go with the Beatles as the worst band in the World. Now, Then, Forever. "In My Life?" "Revolution?" "Imagine?" "Give Peace a Chance?" Whoever wrote those songs should be shot.

Plus, you eliminate the Beatles, you eliminate ELO, you eliminate Oasis. It's like killing Hitler.

Brian


Senior Member

3914 Posts
5/05
Posted - Nov 22 2005 : 2:20PM
I dunno. I always kinda thought they were underrated.

Member

666 Posts
1/03
Posted - Nov 22 2005 : 2:50PM
I just heard David Hasellhoff sing a song in german. It was without a doubt one of the most bizarre things i have ever heard.

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yes I'm virilis
2560 Posts
11/05
Posted - Nov 22 2005 : 3:22PM
"I've been looking for freedom" is bad enough

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6/05
Posted - Nov 22 2005 : 4:44PM
Well it is on the one hand rather sad to see some of the names displayed here and then one just realises how much tastes differ. I think System of a down are excellent as is radiohead. I also feel anyone who mentions a band like system of a down (as the most difficult to listen to) has obviously not heard any death or black metal as that would surely kill them. I personally find it difficult to listen to any death or black metal bands that contain either screaching or growling (even though i do like quite a few heavier bands). Bands like deicide, cannibal corpse , napalm death and dimmu borgir are bands i just cant listen to. Agnostic Front and that pizza hut band are also awful. The pizza hut song has actually been COVERED by another band believe it or not - The Campbells!

I also read the question as 'which BANDS'. So i wouldnt include Ricky Martin , Michael Bolton and Celine Dion. Even though i dislike all three of them.


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Silencio...
104341 Posts
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Posted - Nov 22 2005 : 5:41PM
I saw the Front once...awful. Just awful. Crooosifyyyyyyd fr yr skiiiiiiiiiins.... ...laughable.

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Firecracker
1592 Posts
8/01
Posted - Nov 22 2005 : 6:09PM
Um, it was indeed awful but you do realise it was a parody, right ?!? Their own material was much better - try Warriors of Genghis Khan for size!!!

As for my vote for a band whose music I would never freely choose to listen to, the choice is vast, I must admit. Thinking of classic tunes forever destroyed in the memory by karaoke singers in pubs - I never ever want to hear My Way or Mack the Knife ever again - or the music that I really hated as a teenager when having the most polarised view on music. So with that in mind, I truly despise Wham, Culture Club, Spandau Ballet, anything Stock Aiken and Waterman, and any other stuff of that ilk which is trawled out on those "Weren't the 80s Great?" TV Shows.


Edited by - Gabriel Nine on 11/22/2005 6:10:10 PM


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az-mo-day-us
14079 Posts
10/01
Posted - Nov 22 2005 : 6:27PM
I've seen AF a few times over the years, the first time at New York's CBGB's in 1985, and they always rocked the house with their intense guitar-driven hardcore style. Even tho they later crossed into metal territory, I'll always consider them the best of the NYHC scene. Long live Roger Miret and Vinnie Stigma!

Edited by - Asmodeus on 11/22/2005 6:29:33 PM


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Silencio...
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Posted - Nov 22 2005 : 6:30PM
Wow! Better than Kraut?
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Lord of Lust

az-mo-day-us
14079 Posts
10/01
Posted - Nov 22 2005 : 7:07PM
Well Ultra, there were a alot of great hardcore bands at that time but for me, AF was my favorite. I instantly loved "Victim in Pain" when I first heard it and when I got the chance to check them out live, I was in hardcore heaven! It was the first time I had been to that type of show and the raw energy of the band and the crowd really was mind-blowing. It also gave me my first exposure to slam dancing, and I tried my best to get into the pit but ended up getting knocked on my ass! AF, Cro-Mags, Bad Brains, Crumsuckers, Murphy's Law, 7 Seconds, Ultra Violence, now those were the days...

I'm a metal head at heart but I admire and respect the punk/hardcore genre and I'll always treasure the memories I have of the NYHC scene.

Edited by - Asmodeus on 11/22/2005 7:41:16 PM


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970 Posts
2/05
Posted - Nov 22 2005 : 8:58PM
Props to ya, Asmodeus!

I'm not really into the eighties style New York Hardcore, except for Sick Of It All, but I do recognize the old school. Mosh it up!


Lord of Lust

az-mo-day-us
14079 Posts
10/01
Posted - Nov 22 2005 : 9:58PM
Thanks XR, I appreciate the sentiments but Ultradamno is the one who deserves all the props when it comes to music. I discovered long ago that he's quite an authority when it comes to the punk/hardcore scene and I always respect his opinions. I can only imagine the stuff he has in his music collection!

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Silencio...
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Posted - Nov 23 2005 : 2:28AM
Well, I was being a little sarcastic...Kraut are actually among the hackiest of the hardcore bands I've seen and kind of emblematic of the early to mid-eighties NYHC scene (The Nihilistics had their moments, but in between the initial punk boom and Sonic Youth/Swans/Live Skull, the city was seriously lagging behind LA, DC, SF and even Boston). Though the worst band I saw of that era, aside from high school startup bands, was a Wisconsin group that called themselves The Clit Boys. They were a MDC wannabe band that had one 7" with a globe wrapped in a peace sign on it and for some reason were touring the country with it.

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632 Posts
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Posted - Nov 24 2005 : 10:39PM
Good Charlotte

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7283 Posts
9/03
Posted - Nov 24 2005 : 11:44PM
just about anything country

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USA
364 Posts
12/03
Posted - Nov 25 2005 : 8:35PM
I always hated Jethro Tull and thought I was the only one . Glad to see Im not.

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Thread Killer
5479 Posts
10/05
Posted - Nov 25 2005 : 9:16PM
My daughter has a Good Charlotte poster hanging on the outside of her bedroom door, so it faces out into the hallway. Their look has never bothered me, but I don't know about their music. Is it just insipid alterna-pop? She also loves AFI. She and I watched one of their concerts together, and I said to her, "These guys really should have rehearsed a little before this show." It was like each guy was playing a different song. They sucked. Their CD sounds okay, but they sounded like sh*t live.

Senior Member

7283 Posts
9/03
Posted - Nov 26 2005 : 9:37AM
All-time... ABBA

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A persistent porno-tative state
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1/05
Posted - Nov 28 2005 : 11:35AM
Yes, they are just insipid alterna-pop. I just hate their very existence. I would be extremely happy if their tour bus drove off a cliff.
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I'd like to stay but I've got a plane to catch.
17482 Posts
5/06
Posted - Jul 30 2006 : 3:28AM
Gorky Park-the leaders of the Russian heavy metal movement that influenced such bands as um, hmm, let me get back to that.

Chicago-as creative and original as their album titles

Yes-great album covers, good musicians, terrible songs and songwriters. Some called it progressive rock I prefer obnoxious noodling.


Iconoclastic Member

15606 Posts
4/06
Posted - Jul 30 2006 : 3:36AM
coldplay.

fuck coldplay.

[deadly little miho]

Edited by - ma meeshka on 7/30/2006 3:38:47 AM


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Celeste
4662 Posts
10/05
Posted - Jul 30 2006 : 5:03AM
Black Eyed Peas
Scorpions
... and all Boybands on this Planet.

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Discovry
30964 Posts
3/04
Posted - Jul 30 2006 : 5:54AM
The Killers
Weezer
Limp Bizkit

Jewel De'Nyle

1950 Posts
1/06
Posted - Jul 31 2006 : 5:39PM
Limp Bizkit

Hootie and the Blowfish

98 degrees

New Kids on the Block

Boyz two Men

 
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SAMCRO
17126 Posts
8/00
Posted - Jul 31 2006 : 6:22PM
I wouldn't characterize 98 Degrees as a band, that's an insult to any actual band where they play instruments but I get the sentiment behind it!

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Sweden
675 Posts
3/03
Posted - Aug 3 2006 : 1:36PM
Black Eyed Peas should be charged with crimes against humanity.

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Discovry
30964 Posts
3/04
Posted - Aug 3 2006 : 10:37PM
You are supposed to look at the eye candy, not listen!
 
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4497 Posts
3/05
Posted - Aug 4 2006 : 1:12AM
Air Supply!

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13914 Posts
3/03
Posted - Aug 4 2006 : 1:43AM
Journey. Strongly rivaled in recent years by Bon Jovi.
The Doobie Brothers were more commercially successful after Tom Johnston left the band and unbearable "blue-eyed soul" douchebag Michael McDonald joined.

Edited by - Harri Patel on 8/4/2006 1:44:22 AM


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A rose is what you are to me
10480 Posts
6/03
Posted - Aug 4 2006 : 2:02AM
There are too many bands for me to mention.

Senior Member

My compass is pointing West.
1297 Posts
5/04
Posted - Aug 4 2006 : 2:05AM
Autograph?

(Oh shit, now I have "Turn up the Radio" stuck in my head.


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Sweden
675 Posts
3/03
Posted - Aug 4 2006 : 9:39AM
I'm with you on this one. I also hate the fact that HIM seems to have united punk ass skaters and fake goth kids. It's the kind of thing that can make you lose your faith in humanity.

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former industry insider
94 Posts
7/06
Posted - Aug 4 2006 : 10:14AM
I think we have the winner here, folks.

In servitude of Hillary Scott since 2005


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Celeste
4662 Posts
10/05
Posted - Aug 4 2006 : 10:18AM
The worst band right now is ( maybe just the german ADT Members know them ) : Tokio Hotel. ( A Band with 14 year old boys who look like shit and cannot sing !!!! )

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"You play an evil demon summoned from hell to clean out this meth lab."
280 Posts
7/06
Posted - Aug 12 2006 : 5:24PM
99.9 percent of all hip hop played on the radio. Barf.
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