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Discussion in 'Music' started by Harbinger of Kali Yuga, Jan 6, 2019.
In terms of pop songs I hate:
In terms of genuinely terrible music:
oh dear god, where to start
Spoiler: remember these assclowns?
Spoiler: even worse than Party Rock Anthem
Spoiler: this will give you a tumour
Spoiler: a great karaoke song for the tone-deaf (you simply cannot fuck it up, it's all on one note)
the early 2010s were a mistake
the one redeeming feature of that song is that they've somehow managed to slip a song which is blatantly about masturbation past the censors without any alterations; see also Ed Sheeran with his line "will your mouth still remember the taste of my love"
One of the bands I was intending on posting. They were hilarious in a so bad it's good way.
Picnic of Love is the greatest:
By far their best song title:
R.I.P Seth Putnam:
I clearly never outgrew middle school.
Utter shit that isn't even good ironically.
This autistic piece of shit who makes dozens of Bitcoin songs.
What in God's name is this faggotry?
The wrong Corey died.
Just. . .no.
And no horrendously bad music would be complete without this.
I actually feel bad for these girls. Their backstory is tragic. From wikipedia:
The conceptual beginning of The Shaggs came from Austin Wiggin's mother who, when her son was young, had predicted during a palmreading that he would marry a strawberry blonde woman, that he would have two sons after she had died, and that his daughters would form a popular music group. The first two predictions proved accurate, so Austin set about making the third come true as well. Austin withdrew his daughters from school, bought them instruments, and arranged for them to receive music and vocal lessons. The Wiggin sisters themselves never planned to become a music group, but as Dot later said, "[Austin] was something of a disciplinarian. He was stubborn and he could be temperamental. He directed. We obeyed. Or did our best." Austin named The Shaggs after the popular shag hairstyle and as a reference to shaggy dogs. In 1968, Austin arranged for the girls to play a regular Saturday night gig at the Fremont, New Hampshire Town Hall.
Knowing the history of child abuse these girls have suffered through adds a whole new eerie layer to this song:
They sound forced at gun point in every track on Philosophy of the World. It's as depressing as it is hilarious.
Sirius Radio overplayed the shit out of that song on their 90's pop hits station for some reason. Drove me nuts. Sirius also introduced me to this gem, which is even worse somehow:
I'm happy I'm too young to have had this song waved in my face in 1991. Jesus Christ.
Cancer, don't play.
I'm really happy the scene kid craze that gained notoriety on myspace is finally over. So much crap spawned from that period. I was in middle school and early high school when this shit was popular, so I've been exposed to a lot of it. I could be here all day, so I'll start with some of the more prominent and well known 'artists' from the electro and crunkcore genres for now. Enjoy:
Ke$ha if she were a scene queen:
I apologize for posting two Brokencyde songs, but both are just so bad that they can't really compete. This band was really something else:
BDSM with a school teacher. Oh yes. Stay classy Dahvie Vanity:
Of course, the iconic Myspace scene queen at the time was Jeffree Star. He was one of the originators of this bullshit. His musical and fashion style was heavily influential and imitated. So many comparisons to Dahvie Vanity and Chris Donathon (of The Medic Droid, which I'll post later.) He's just as vile now as he was back then:
Sexist and disgusting. I have no idea why so many girls when I was in the 8th grade worshiped him and played this song all the time. They had no self-respect:
Mentioning scene certainly brings back memories.
If you thought Brokencyde was bad, brace yourself for Dot Dot Curve.
This song made me laugh at least:
Kick off your stilettos and fuck me in the backseat was every scene kid's favorite quote cira 2006-2008:
Myspace was a trip man:
I liked A Thousand Miles, too.