I like these:More songs I can't stand:
Garth Brooks "Friends In Low Places"
Manhattan Transfer "Boy From New York City"
Metallica "The Memory Remains"
Michael Jackson "Bad"
Our Lady Peace "Superman's Dead"
Wilson Phillips "You're In Love"
I was really into Oasis in the 90s. But that has faded. For a period of time I actually didn't want to hear one of their songs. But now I can listen again. But unless it comes up on one of my old cassette playlists, I never hear them anymore.Me too. Most got overplayed, but nowadays Supersonic is a real treat.
So you didn't like the song? lol Thanks for bringing this one back to memory. I had luckily forgotten it.A few hard rock songs I absolutely can't stand
Twisted Sister "Leader Of The Pack"
After rocking Stay Hungry like it was religion, I couldn't believe how bad of a choice this was to cover. And how badly they did it. And how bad the video was. And how bad the rest of the album was. And...
I never really heard this one that much in the 80s. I remember hearing this on an old XM commercial (before they merged). The guy was listening to this song on XM in his car and people are looking at him. It was kind of a cool commercial (despite my describing it). This is the song they chose to draw people to the service.Warrant "Cherry Pie"
Lyrics so bad make a grown man cry. Possibly the cheesiest hair band song ever recorded, and that's a title not easily earned.
That was beyond bad.Metallica/Lou Reed "The View"
I AM THE TABLE! As each Metallica album got worse from Load to Reload to Garage (Disc 1 anyway) to St Anger to Death Magnetic, I wondered how they could possibly get any worse. They responded back in flying colors. Lulu was like putting bad heavy metal soundtrack behind a 70 year old preacher being interviewed on PBS.
I like about 20% of old school rap, and mayyyyybe 5% of modern rap.I hate 99.9% of all rap songs.
I don't like that song either. Not on my worst list but it's not good. Especially since it's just a rip-off a line from an old school song by Sugarhill Gang.Busta Rhymes' Woo-Hah!! Got You All In Check