Songs You Never Want to Hear Again

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  1. K. Wilson Moose

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    I have a few:

    The Joker - Steve Miller Band
    Freebird - Lynard Skynard
    Abracadabra - Steve Miller Band
    Silly Love Songs - Paul McCartney
    Sweet Home Alabama - Lynard Skynard
    Do You Feel Like We Do - Peter Frampton
     
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  2. Fee

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    Whatever that horrid new single by Britney Spears is. Does she even sing that or is it all just computer programming? Ick.
     
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  3. RestockingTues

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    Anything by britney spears.
    Girlfriend by avril lavigne.
    Anything by any of those pop boy bands that used to be such a fad in the 90's
     
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  4. SFrazeur

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    Britney Spears.
    The dude she wasn't going to have sex with 'til marriage but oh wait she did.
    That song about "arms" from Creed.
    Shaggy - It Wasn't Me.
    Sisko - Thong Song.
    Heavy Metal.
    Grudge Rock.
    Who let the dogs out.
    Shaina Twain's catalog of "Work."
    Brian McKnight - Back at One (File that one under "Just played too damn much.")
    Blondie
    Aerosmith -I don't want to close my eyes (Over played, over covered.)
    Savage Garden - I Want You (The coca cola song)
    Hanson MmmBop
    I'm just sick of hearing about that guy from Nirvana.
    Gangsta/various Rap types. (I have no problem with it as an art form just the way it's mainly be carried out.)
    Kenny Chesney's catalog of work.
    Lorrie Morgan - 10,000 Angels.
    Journey - Open Arms (song is tired.)
    Back Street Boys / 98 Degrees / nSync / etc.
    Brooks & Dunn - (Their work post 1999)
    The Flaming Lips - Do You Realize (played too much.)

    And many, many more....

    -SF
     
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  5. racquet_jedi

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    That one song that has the "starts in my toes and I crinkle my nose" lyric...
     
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  6. SFrazeur

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    I wondered how bad that could be--so I found the song "Colbie Caillat - Bubbly" And...






    My gawd, 10 seconds of that and I wanted to scream!

    -SF
     
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    i agree with you on The Joker, FreeBird.... lol
     
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    This song makes me laugh like a... something that laughs loudly. Thing is, it probably isn't meant to. Absolutely hilarious.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teA8RkNeUyI

    Warning: some bad words in there. Don't play it at work/near kids/near grandma.
     
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    that umbrella song that's rather popular now.
     
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    definitely Shop Boys - Party Like a RockStar

    i hate the chorus.. it sounds like "horny like a rockstar" -__-
     
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    any new rap. its dead people need to move on and stop making crap music.
    any of those 90's boy bands that were huge that every once in awhile i hear are gonna get back together. basically all new music as an industry its dying. ive heard that some lesser known bands are decent but seriously its over. creativity is gone and now its all about cranking out as many bad songs as you can so a decent song becomes a hit.
     
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    I actually like Rick Astley's voice. He has a great version of "When I fall in love", a standard: http://youtube.com/watch?v=SwLL8mBkDxQ

    -SF
     
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    If I were to make a list, I think that ALL of the songs you listed would be on it! Great list (of overplayed songs)!
     
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    No more soulja boy
     
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    Crank Dat- I hate that song
    Party Like a Rockstar- Dislike also
     
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    Miley Cyrus :S
     
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    bubbly.
    any britney spears.
     
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    He's unlikely to release much more new music, if that's any consolation....
     
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    Every song by Akon
     
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    Everything from Inner Circle. I don't know if they are known in the states but they have been a pretty big deal in the 90s here in Europe.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kfTuNdku3A

    Fake *** reggae sh*t :evil:
     
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    I work in a lolly shop atm, and we have about 2-3 cds of 50s pop playing continually, the cds change every 2-3 months. I Bitterly hate every song. There's one that I particularly loathe now, has the lyrics: "rubber ball, I'll come bouncin' back to you..." I feel like I'm going to mentally break down every time it comes on. The worst part is when all the old people walk past and ALWAYS sing along to it and then just look at you and smile, as if they are doing something pleasant. glad i got that out.
     
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  24. SFrazeur

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    "Rubber Ball" was written by Gene Pitney. He also wrote "Hello Mary Lou," "He's a Rebel," "Half Heaven, Half Heartache," and many others. Pitney was a fantastic singer. His version of "Angelica" is probably the best, better even than P.J. Proby's version. But I agree that "Rubber Ball" would get a bit annoying. Although, I do not think he recorded it as an official release, not at the time it was written. It's probably the Bobby Vee version you're having to listen to. And you couldn't care less for any of this information . . .

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    Bobby Vee "Rubber Ball" - http://youtube.com/watch?v=QOj_nNSpOYA
    Gene Pitney "Angelica" - http://youtube.com/watch?v=XoQQcQlnm8Q
     
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  25. SFrazeur

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    Not really, just because an artist is dead doesn't mean much these days. A little while back a duet was released between a female singer and a "digital" version of Conway Twitty singing a song he never sang, and words he never sang. Disgusting use of an artist. The always overrated Elvis Presley is dead, but people will not shut up about him, either.

    -SF
     
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    Most everything listed here and anything by Hinder, puke.
     
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    haha i SO agree
     
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    Anything that came out after 1990 except those released by bands formed in the 80s..
     
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    i listen to all types of music, but anything from lil john or anything similar kills me in about 5 seconds. i actually like the lyrics though (i need a good laugh every once in a while).
     
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    "Gonna' Hire Me a Wino To Decorate My Home."

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    Crank back 3 times...YUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUHHHHHHHH!
     
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