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Old 05-08-2006, 07:49 AM   #16
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Ja Rule - Pain Is Love

i went through a brief hip-hop phase when i was about 16 and this was one of my purchases.

From his annoying voice to the whole glorification of 'gangsta culture' to the Stevie Wonder rip off on one of the songs, words cannot describe how bad this album truly is.
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Joe Pesci had a singing album out some years ago. It was pretty pretty bad!
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I actually own Duran Duran's Thank You, their version of Perfect Day is gorgeous(even Lou Reed said it's amazing), and their cover of 911 is a Joke, is absolutely hilarious...

There are so many, just think of the 90's and all the Rico Suaves, Snows, Vanilla Ices, and C+C Music Factorys we had...
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rattle & hum - what were you thinking?


My pick - The Best of Tom Jones (can he have a 'best'?). On the album: Detroit City, Delilah, Thunderball, and ..... She's a Lady.
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Those are certainly some of the worst album covers ever, but can you really claim they're the worst albums? Twenty bucks says you've never heard one song off any of them. (Rattle and Hum excepted.)
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Worst albums ever:

1.Beatles-Revolver
2.U2-Achtung baby
3.Beach boys-Pet sounds
4.Stones-Sticky fingers
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Add Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon and Joshua Tree to that list
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Add Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon and Joshua Tree to that list
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it would have to be a Nikki Webster album or something...
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David Hasselhoff's music has to be at the top of this list.
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David Hasselhoff's music has to be at the top of this list.
Have you read the Amazon.com customer reviews for his albums -- especially The Very Best of David Hasselhoff and Looking For --Best of David Hasselhoff? They are side-splittingly, rolling on the floor funny. Undoubtably, they are far better than the music.
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Have you read the Amazon.com customer reviews for his albums -- especially The Very Best of David Hasselhoff and Looking For --Best of David Hasselhoff? They are side-splittingly, rolling on the floor funny. Undoubtably, they are far better than the music.
i'm on my way to check this out
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well....here's one of them:

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