Old 6th August 2003, 15:39   #81
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Speaking of tarnishing, that reminds me- The Kenny G "redux" of Louis Armstrong's "It's a wonderful world"- where he proceeds to play his clarinet *right over* the recording.

*sighs* time to bring my bat out again. Kenny G will spend his eternity in hell for all the shame he has brought to the music scene.
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Old 7th August 2003, 21:04   #82
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Rap, country, Nu-metal, R&B, teen-pop, corperate rock, disco, and 80's hair "cock-rock"

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Old 8th August 2003, 01:54   #83
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Anything that idiot has said so far regarding rap and its sexual lyrics, bentleys and that shit.

Hate imitation music, if a person in the 60s - 70s made it keep it original sounds better that way. Instead a few country singers made their versions of it.

Rap musicians who use Beethoven strings in their music, Nas.

Happy Birthday song the rap version

"OHHH Its ur bday its ur bday" (x65)

Ricky Martin, Inglesias, making latino music in general a bad name. Keep the string guitars and mambo.

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Old 8th August 2003, 05:27   #84
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Hate imitation music, if a person in the 60s - 70s made it keep it original sounds better that way. Instead a few country singers made their versions of it.

Ricky Martin, Inglesias, making latino music in general a bad name. Keep the string guitars and mambo.

in regards to staying with the originality of the original version: Van Morrison's "Brown-Eyed Girl" covered by Shaggy(Reggae), Shaggy definitely gets beaten with my bat for turning a classic song into a Jamaican tourist song.

and the only thing Enrique Iglesias is good for is a one nite stand.
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Old 8th August 2003, 11:46   #85
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and the only thing Enrique Iglesias is good for is a one nite stand.
For you maybe! Would you do the decent thing afterwards - tie him up & bundle him off a cliff?

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Old 14th August 2003, 03:23   #86
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Any version of Unchained Melody, by anyone.
*gasps, then passes out*

the righteous brothers are the only ones who can sing unchained melody. most everything on the radio now is obnoxious.

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Old 14th August 2003, 03:24   #87
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anything by papa roach

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Old 14th August 2003, 03:47   #88
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i lieked papa roaches first album a lot.
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i didn't.

but i guess it's down to personal preference.

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Papa Roach. Is that a band?

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No-one should sing Unchained Melody, it is such a terrible, terrible song.

Papa Roach's "Time and Time Again" was catchy. Don't know much of their other stuff though, apart from that annoying first single I've forgotten the name of.


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Old 14th August 2003, 17:18   #92
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"Last Resort"?

"Blood Brothers" was a good song from Papa Roach that never made it to radio...

Oh yeah...

GOOD CHARLETTE MUST DIE!

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Re: The crappiest songs of all time!

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Sean Paul - Get Busy
disagree.

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what's that one group from St. Louis, ya know, the one Nelly is responsible for bringing to national attention??? i can't f*****g stand their singel "Right Thur", WTF is that crap???????????????
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Get a grip ShyShy! It can't be any worse than everything else in the charts.

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"Last Resort"?
Yeah, that was it. Thanks.


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Get a grip ShyShy! It can't be any worse than everything else in the charts.
uhh have you ever heard it??? trust me, you'd gag.
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One man's bog-roll is another's quality fabric. Fortunately I don't expose myself to the radio, so I'm safe anyway.

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