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Old 02-14-2003, 06:53 AM   #31
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Anything by Limp Bizkit.

Anything by Hole. If it wasn't for Kurt, Courtney Love would have been forgotten long, long ago, because there certainly isn't anything in her so-called music that warrants remembering. Definitely another "musician" who deserves the title of No-Talent Ass-Clown.

And to think she's actually somewhat of a symbol for women rockers.
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Old 02-14-2003, 07:05 AM   #32
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whos april levin?

anything by:

theory of a deadman (the worst band of all time)
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nickelback (the second worst band of all time)
bon jovi
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and many more. these are the absolute worst though.
Coulda sworn Nickbacl and Theory of a Deaman were the same band....
Have to go with you on those picks but nothing will ever top another suggested compilation of human waste... Insane Clown Posse. It doesn't get anyworse than that folks. One of my housemates had some of thier stuff on his computer just so we could play it every now an then to make fun of it. ICP is impossibly horrible.
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I'd say Be Here Now by Oasis but that reminds me that Acrob@t loves it...hehe
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Old 02-14-2003, 09:43 AM   #34
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You guys are all saying the obvious ones!
hows about Cohen?

I love him to death but I wouldn't recommend anyone getting Death of a Ladies Man
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I'd say Be Here Now by Oasis but that reminds me that Acrob@t loves it...hehe
Be Here Now is 10 times better than their last 2 albums. Atleast Be Here Now had some good songs on it.
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Anything by Limp Bizkit.

Amen to that! How anyone likes any music that involves Fred Durst is beyond me.

how about Mariah Carey because she has turned into a complete freakshow. If I owned any of her CD's I think I would toss them.
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Almost anything by any of the 60s/70s 'legends' released after about 1980 is pure sewerage. I say 'almost' only to give myself an out just in case Fleetwood Mac or Joe Cocker have done something decent in the last 20 years. I am not holding my breath.
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On a personal note can I just say that absolutely nobody should own the debut record by Anxiety Doberman Experience. You shouldn't own it, you should LIVE it.
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Anything by WESTLIFE!!!
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the only album I am sort of ashamed to have in my collection (or perhaps I already gave it away to someone who I don't really like) is Eric Clapton unplugged

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Alanis Morisette has absolutely nothing of value. I am glad she disappeared from the commercial music scene. Perhaps she is off shaving her underarms and learning about irony. Or maybe not but who really cares. I believe she had 8 singles off that 13 track album. The ratio is terrible.
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the only album I am sort of ashamed to have in my collection (or perhaps I already gave it away to someone who I don't really like) is Eric Clapton unplugged

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Naah, you shouldn't be ashamed. It's a nice album. In fact, I own it too. I bought it last year (OK, it was very cheap) and I like it. No, it's not the best album in my collection, but it's also not the worst (see my first post in this thread).

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On a personal note can I just say that absolutely nobody should own the debut record by Anxiety Doberman Experience. You shouldn't own it, you should LIVE it.
do you own it?
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Alanis Morisette has absolutely nothing of value. I am glad she disappeared from the commercial music scene. Perhaps she is off shaving her underarms and learning about irony. Or maybe not but who really cares. I believe she had 8 singles off that 13 track album. The ratio is terrible.
I completely disagree. She didnt disappear at all either, not in America atleast.
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