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MOST ANNOYING SONGS EVER

Discussion in 'Music' started by PurpleNerple, Aug 12, 2005.

  1. PurpleNerple

    PurpleNerple Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: Nov 24, 2004 Messages: 9,561 Likes Received: 257
    Ante up what you believe to be the worst songs ever recorded...

    I came up with these diddies...

    1. Tubthumping by Chumawamba

    you know

    I get knocked down
    But I get up again
    You're never going to keep me down

    Pissing the night away
    Pissing the night away

    He drinks a whisky drink
    He drinks a vodka drink
    He drinks a lager drink
    He drinks a cider drink

    He sings the songs that remind him
    Of the good times
    He sings the songs that remind him
    Of the better times

    Oh Danny Boy
    Danny Boy
    Danny Boy

    2. Flagpole Sitta by Harvey Danger

    you know


    been around the world and found
    that only stupid people are breeding
    the cretins cloning and feeding
    and i don't even own a tv


    3. It Wasn't Me by Shaggy

    you know

    Honey came in and she caught me redhanded
    Creepin' with the girl next door
    Picture this, we were both buck naked
    Banging on the bathroom floor



    4. Mambo # 5 by Lou Bega

    you know


    A little bit of Monica in my life
    A little bit of Erica by my side
    A little bit of Rita is all I need
    A little bit of Tina is what I see
    A little bit of Sandra in the sun
    A little bit of Mary all night long
    A little bit of Jessica here I am
    A little bit of you makes me your man


    5. The Ketchup Song by Las Ketchup

    you know

    that really wack song where the spanish girls sing "rappers delight" in the chorus


    6. I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) by the proclaimers

    when I was 14 my first girlfriend used to bump this song...I hated it then, and I hate it now


    you know

    But I would walk 500 miles
    And I would walk 500 more
    Just to be the man who walked a thousand miles
    To fall down at your door


    7. The Macarena by Los Del Rio


    you know


    A la tuhuelpa legria macarena
    Que tuhuelce paralla legria cosabuena
    A la tuhuelpa legria macarena Eeeh, macarena
    A-Hai 2x


    All these songs make my ears bleed......
     
  2. PurpleNerple

    PurpleNerple Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: Nov 24, 2004 Messages: 9,561 Likes Received: 257
    P.S.


    Anything and I mean anything by Billy Joel
     
  3. fatalist

    fatalist Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: Mar 10, 2004 Messages: 6,354 Likes Received: 25
    anything by South Park Mexican!!!
    shit is horrible
     
  4. What is love?
    Baby don't hurt me,
    Don't hurt me,
    no more...

    What is love?
    Baby don't hurt me,
    Don't hurt me,
    no more...




















































    [​IMG]
     
  5. JesusMachine

    JesusMachine Elite Member

    Joined: Sep 3, 2002 Messages: 4,499 Likes Received: 202
    anything by Clay Aiken.
     
  6. fermentor666

    fermentor666 Veteran Member

    Joined: Sep 27, 2003 Messages: 8,152 Likes Received: 15
    Limp Bizkit - Rollin'

    Fred's intro : Alright ... Partner. Keep on rollin' baby .. you know what time it is.

    (Throw your hands up)

    (Ladies and Gentlemen)

    Chocolate Starfish
    Gonna keep on rollin' baby

    Who's in, now who's out
    Hands up, now hands down
    Back up, back up
    Tell me what you gonna do now
    Breathe in, now breathe out
    Hands up, now hands down
    Back up, back up
    Tell me what you gonna do now
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin' (what?)
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin' (c'mon)
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin' (yeah)
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin'

    Verse 1

    Now I know ya'll be lovin' this shit right here
    L.. I.. M.. P... Bizkit is right here
    People in the house put them hands in the air
    'Cause if you don't care, then we don't care (yeah)
    1.. 2.. 3.. times 2 to the 6, Jonesin' for your fix 'cause the Limp Bizkit mix
    So where the fuck you at?
    Punk shut the fuck up
    And back the fuck up
    Before we fuck this track up


    (Throw your hands up)

    Who's in, now who's out
    Hands up, now hands down
    Back up, back up
    Tell me what you gonna do now
    Breathe in, now breathe out
    Hands up, now hands down
    Back up, back up
    Tell me what you gonna do now
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin' (what?)
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin' (c'mon)
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin' (yeah)
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin'

    Verse 2
    You... wanna mess with Limp Bizkit (yeah)
    You can't mess with Limp Bizkit (why?)
    Because we get it on (when)
    Everyday and everynight (oh)
    And this platinum thing right here (uh huh)
    We're doing it all the time (huh)
    So you better get some better beats
    And, uh get some better rhymes (doh)
    We got the game set so don't complain yet
    Twenty-four seven, never beggin' for a raincheck
    Old school soldiers passin' out the hot shit
    That rocks shit and bounces the mosh pit

    (Throw your hands up)

    Who's in, now who's out
    Hands up, now hands down
    Back up, back up
    Tell me what you gonna do now
    Breathe in, now breathe out
    Hands up, now hands down
    Back up, back up
    Tell me what you gonna do now
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin' (c'mon)
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin' (what?)
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin' (yeah)
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin'

    Hey Ladies
    Hey Fellas
    And the people that don't give a FUCK
    All the lovers
    All the haters
    And all the people that call themselves playas
    Hot momma's
    Pimp daddy's
    And the people rollin' up in Caddies
    Hey rockers
    Hip-Hoppers
    And everybody all around the world ...

    Who's in, now who's out
    Hands up, now hands down
    Back up, back up
    Tell me what you gonna do now
    Breathe in, now breathe out
    Hands up, now hands down
    Back up, back up
    Tell me what you gonna do now
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin' (yeah)
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin' (what?)
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin' (c'mon)
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin'

    Who's in, now who's out
    Hands up, now hands down
    Back up, back up
    Tell me what you gonna do now
    Breathe in, now breathe out
    Hands up, now hands down
    Back up, back up
    Tell me what you gonna do now
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin' (what?)
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin' (c'mon)
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin' (yeah)
    Keep rollin' rollin' rollin' rollin'




    Artists > Limp Bizkit > breakstuff
    Submitted by piesupreme on April 7, 2001
    it's just one of those days where you don't wanna wake up
    everything is fucked everybody sux
    you don't really know why but you wanna justify
    rippin someone's head off.
    no human contact and if you interact, your life is on contract
    your best best is to stay awake motherfucker
    it's just one of those days!!

    it's all about the he said she said bullshit
    i'd think you'd better quit lettin shit slip
    or you'll be leaving with a fat lip
    it's all about the he said she said bullshit
    i'd think you'd better quit talkin like shit
    (punk, so come and get it)

    it's just one of those days feeling like a freight train
    first one to complain leaves with the blood stain
    damn right i'm a maniac you'd better watch your back
    cos i'm fuckin up your program
    and if you're stuck up, you're just lucked up
    next in line to get fucked up
    you're best bet is to stay awake motherfucker
    it's just one of those days!!

    (chorus)
    so come and get it

    i feel like shit
    and my suggestion is to keep your distance
    cos right now i'm dangerous
    we've all felt like shit and been treated like shit
    all these motherfuckers they wanna step up

    i hope you know i pack a chainsaw
    i skin your ass raw
    and if my day keeps going this way i just might
    break sometin 2nite

    i pack a chainsaw
    i skin your ass raw
    and if my day keeps goin this way i just might
    break something 2nite

    i pack a chainsaw
    i skin your ass raw
    and if my day keeps going this way i just might
    break you fuckin face tonight

    give me something to break
    give me something to break
    just give me somethin to break
    i pack your fuckin face

    i hope you know i pack a chainsaw
    a chainsaw
    a muthafuckin chainsaw

    so come and get it

    (chorus)








    And basically everything else by Limp Bizkit.
     
  7. Weapon X

    Weapon X 12oz Loyalist

    Joined: Sep 6, 2002 Messages: 14,905 Likes Received: 202
    Achy Breaky Heart
    Wrestling Music (or nu-metal/raprock - whatever they call it these days)
    almost anything by Spice Girls
    i'm lost
     
  8. shameless self promotion

    shameless self promotion 12oz Legend

    Joined: Mar 7, 2001 Messages: 16,306 Likes Received: 104
    Creed... All all the new "rock" bands that have come out that sound exactly fucking like each other.

    I can only listen to 2 channels on the radio, and one is am talk.

    That bullshit KILLS me.
     
  9. RumPuncher

    RumPuncher Elite Member

    Joined: Jul 4, 2005 Messages: 4,500 Likes Received: 5
    BOOM... with the motherload..... (just shy of that amazing post by mamerro)



    ------------------------ 100 1-hit wonders (stolen from VH1)




    100. "Kung Fu Fighting" by Carl Douglas (1974)
    99. "No Rain" by Blind Melon (1993)
    98. "Two Of Hearts" by Stacey Q (1986)
    97. "Whoomp! There It Is" by Tag Team (1993)
    96. "I Want Candy" by Bow Wow Wow (1982)
    95. "Harper Valley P.T.A." by Jeannie C. Riley (1968)
    94. "What's Up" by 4 Non Blondes (1993)
    93. "Don't Give Up On Us Baby" by David Soul (1977)
    92. "Heart & Soul" by T'Pau (1987)
    91. "Electric Avenue" by Eddie Grant (1983)


    90. "Don't Want To Fall In Love" by Jane Child (1990)
    89. "Achy, Breaky Heart" by Billy Ray Cyrus (1992)
    88. "Barbie Girl" by Aqua (1987)
    87. "Don't Leave Me This Way" by Thelma Houston (1977)
    86. "Bust A Move" by Young MC (1989)
    85. "Spirit In The Sky" by Norman Greenbaum (1970)
    84. "You Gotta Be" by Des'ree (1994)
    83. "The Safety Dance" by Men Without Hats (1983)
    82. "I Know What Boys Like" by The Waitresses (1982)
    81. "Just A Friend" by Biz Markie (1990)


    80. "Cum On Feel The Noize" by Quiet Riot (1983)
    79. "Puttin' On The Ritz" by Taco (1983)
    78. "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm" by Crash Test Dummies (1994)
    77. "What I Am" by Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians (1989)
    76. "We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off" by Jermaine Stewart (1986)
    75. "I've Never Been To Me" by Charlene (1982)
    74. "Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like Dat)" by Digable Planets (1993)
    73. "Convoy" by C.W. McCall (1975)
    72. "Maniac" by Michael Sembello (1983)
    71. "How Bizarre" by OMC (1997)


    70. "The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia" by Vicki Lawrence (1973)
    69. "Funkytown" by Lipps, Inc. (1980)
    68. "A Girl Like You" by Edwyn Collins (1995)
    67. "Epic" by Faith No More (1990)
    66. "Mambo No. 5" by Lou Bega (1999)
    65. "In My House" by The Mary Jane Girls (1985)
    64. "You Get What You Give" by New Radicals (1998)
    63. "Jump Around" by House Of Pain (1992)
    62. "Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades" by Timbuk 3 (1986)
    61. "Round And Round" by Ratt (1984)

    60. "More, More, More" by Andrea True Connection (1976)
    59. "867-5309/Jenny" by Tommy Tutone (1982)
    58. "What Is Love?" by Haddaway (1993)
    57. "Smokin' In The Boys Room" by Brownsville Station (1973)
    56. "Lovin' You" by Minnie Riperton (1975)
    55. "It's Raining Men" by Weather Girls (1982)
    54. "Makin' It" by David Naughton (1977)
    53. "Somebody's Watching Me" by Rockwell (1984)
    52. "Genius Of Love" by Tom Tom Club (1982)
    51. "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" by The Proclaimers (1995)


    50. "I Touch Myself" by The Divinyls (1991)
    49. "Turn The Beat Around" by Vicki Sue Robinson (1976)
    48. "True" by Spandau Ballet (1983)
    47. "Rock & Roll, Pt. 2" by Gary Glitter (1972)
    46. "Don't Worry Be Happy" by Bobby McFerrin (1988)
    45. "Lovefool" by The Cardigans (1996)
    44. "Rock Me Amadeus" by Falco (1986)
    43. "How Do You Talk To An Angel" by The Heights (1992)
    42. "Hot Child In The City" by Nick Gilder (1978)
    41. "Relax" by Frankie Goes To Hollywood (1985)

    40. "In A Big Country" by Big Country (1983)
    39. "Bittersweet Symphony" by The Verve (1998)
    38. "Me & Mrs. Jones" by Billy Paul (1972)
    37. "I Melt With You" by Modern English (1982)
    36. "Turning Japanese" by The Vapors (1980)
    35. "Bitch" by Meredith Brooks (1997)
    34. "Afternoon Delight" by Starland Vocal Band (1976)
    33. Got To Be Real" by Cheryl Lynn (1979)
    32. "Hot Hot Hot" by Buster Poindexter (1987)
    31. "Unbelievable" by EMF (1983)


    30. "Seasons In The Sun" by Terry Jacks (1974)
    29. "Pass The Dutchie" by Musical Youth (1983)
    28. "It Takes Two" by Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock (1988)
    27. "Pop Musik" by M (1979)
    26. "Stumblin' In" by Suzi Quatro (1979)
    25. "Too Shy" by Kajagoogoo (1983)
    24. "Whip It" by Devo (1980)
    23. "Tubthumping" by Chumbawumba (1997)
    22. "Play That Funky Music" by Wild Cherry (1976)
    21. "Cars" by Gary Numan (1980)

    20. "She Blinded Me With Science" by Thomas Dolby (1983)

    The Cairo-born Thomas Robertson was nicknamed “Dolby”
    by his friends because of his obsession with musical
    technology, and he played synthesizer on albums by
    Foreigner and Def Leppard. His 1983 single hit
    appropriately featured a vocal performance by the eccentric
    British scientist Magnus Pyke.


    19. "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida " by Iron Butterfly (1968)

    Psychedelia had it's brilliant moments, but it was a great
    cloak for nonsense, too. In 1969, when these dudes arrived
    out of nowhere with their side-long song driven by a 10-note
    bass riff, they brought rock something both catchy and
    cluckish. At heart, they were much more the latter than the
    former. Which is why they vanished.


    18. "Nothing Compares 2 U" by Sinéad O'Connor (1990)

    She took a good Prince song and made it great by betting
    the farm on the fact that candor and intimacy were what
    people wanted to hear. She bet correctly, and in 1990 the
    nuance-driven face-only video turned all that private stuff into
    powerful stuff. Gorgeous.


    17. "We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister (1984)

    Generic sludge rockers who cast themselves as metal
    renegades, in 1984 Twisted Sister's marketing device was
    its singer's use of make-up. But they did have one
    insidiously infectious tune, and as the group chanted its
    defiance of all things status-quo, testosteroned teens fell in
    line.


    16. "Rapper's Delight" by Sugarhill Gang (1980)

    Intoxicated on the power of spiel, and up for the challenge of
    riding the rhythmic groove, these bedrock MCs - Master Gee,
    Wonder Mike, and Big Bank Hank - brought the glory of rap
    out of the neighborhood and onto the airwaves in 1979.
    Chic's "Good Times" was their engine, and the world was
    their oyster.


    15. "96 Tears" by ? And The Mysterians (1966)

    Proof that attitude is all you need to make a mark on pop. An
    organ squeals, a tough guy snarls and, in 1966 and forever,
    a rock fan reaches to turn it up. It's cheesy, it's weird, and it's
    irresistible. Perhaps the best cultural nugget ever produced
    by Flint, Michigan.


    14. "Groove Is In The Heart" by Deee-Lite (1990)

    Some say the group was fashion's answer to the B-52's, but
    the kitschy glamour of this club smash had plenty of musical
    craft on its side, and its "we're all one" message made room
    for a broad queer/straight, black/white constituency. A pop
    gem from 1990.


    13. "The Hustle" by Van McCoy (1975)

    The disco era needed a soundtrack by which hedonists
    could get busy on the dance floor, and the lite jazz groove
    perfectly fit the bill in 1976. Honk once if you love flutes. Honk
    twice if you've ever gotten busy on the dance floor.


    12. "Baby Got Back" by Sir Mix-A-Lot (1994)

    Discussing the front part of the human body is dangerous
    business. But celebrate the rear in song, and you get smiles
    all around. And if you create a two-cheeked video around a
    amusing set of rump rhymes driven by a righteous beat,
    you've hit yourself a home run. It was 1992, and Sisqo's
    "Thong Song" wasn't far behind.


    11. "You Light Up My Life" by Debby Boone (1977)

    Schmaltz will always be with us, and from "Earth Angel" to
    Celine's Titanic song, some of the best radio pop has been
    pure goo. This ode to Christianity's top dog is sticky as hell.
    Which is why somewhere this weekend, a couple are
    slow-dancing to it and weeping.


    10. "99 Luftballoons" by Nena (1984)

    German singer Gabriele “Nena” Kerner recorded “99
    Luftballons” as a protest against nuclear war. The canny
    electronic arrangement and singsong melody obscured its
    serious message and it became a worldwide hit in 1984.
    She has continued to sing and even hosted a German
    variety show called Metro.


    9. "Rico Suave" by Gerardo (1991)

    Ecuador-born rapper Gerardo performed in Spanglish, a
    mixture of Spanish and English, but everyone understood
    the smooth delivery of “Rico Suave.” He scored no more hits
    after that 1991 No. 7, so Gerardo became a record executive.


    8. "Take On Me" by A-Ha (1985)

    In 1985, with synth pop at its peak, “Take On Me” became
    one of the genre’s most memorable successes. The song
    went to No. 1 on an insidious hook and a video that deftly
    merged animation and live action. America forgot about the
    Norwegian trio, but a-ha continue to enjoy international
    success.


    7. "Ice Ice Baby" by Vanilla Ice (1991)

    Utilizing a clever sample of the bass line to Queen’s “Under
    Pressure,” “Ice Ice Baby” zipped to No. 1 in 1990. But Ice’s
    strutting ego and unwarranted boasting about an imaginary
    gangster past led to a fall that was as quick as his
    unexpected rise.


    6. "Who Let The Dogs Out" by Baha Men (2000)

    Like Los Del Rio, the Baha Men had already enjoyed a
    degree of success on the world music circuit with their take
    on “junkanoo,” a Caribbean fusion of pop and Latin rhythms.
    “Who Let the Dogs Out” became a monster smash in 2000
    and proved particularly popular at sporting events.


    5. "Mickey" by Toni Basil (1982)

    Toni Basil had already had quite a career before topping the
    charts with “Mickey” in 1982. She danced in the ‘60s concert
    film The T.A.M.I. Show and acted opposite Jack Nicholson in
    the Five Easy Pieces. Although Basil never had another hit,
    she choreographed the Gap’s swing-music ad.


    4. "I'm Too Sexy" by Right Said Fred (1992)

    Brothers Fred and Richard Fairbrass ran a gym in London
    when they first teamed up with guitarist Rob Manzoli to form
    Right Said Fred. Their cheeky 1992 poke at the model
    culture shot the muscle-bound siblings up to No. 1.


    3. "Come On Eileen" by Dexy's Midnight Runners (1983)

    Singer Kevin Rowland and his British musical collective
    dressed in dungarees and mingled genres like rock and
    Celtic soul, but nobody expected this single - whose
    sing-along chorus overwhelmed the dour lyrical perspective
    - to knock Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” off the No. 1 spot
    in 1983.


    2. "Tainted Love" by Soft Cell (1982)

    The British synth duo of Marc Almond and Dave Ball were
    inspired to cover Gloria Jones’ 1964 classic as a tribute to
    the discos of their youth. Almond’s camp delivery of the
    suggestive lyrics, however, gave the song a contemporary
    twist and it flew to No. 8 in 1982.


    1. "The Macarena" by Los Del Rio (1996)

    Antonio Romeo Monge and Rafael Ruiz were just another
    Spanish flamenco-pop duo when they were inspired to
    record “Macarena” in 1993 after seeing a dancer in
    Venezuela. Three years later, after the Bayside Boys remixed
    the track, it became an American sensation, eventually
    selling 4 million copies.
     
  10. deterrent

    deterrent Veteran Member

    Joined: Oct 20, 2004 Messages: 5,181 Likes Received: 43
    How about Lamb Chop

    Skinamarink-a-dink-a-dink
    Skinamarink - a- do
    I love you.

    My little brother and I use to run in circles in the dining room screaming this,
    my older brother absolutly hated us.
     
  11. nomadawhat

    nomadawhat Veteran Member

    Joined: Aug 24, 2001 Messages: 5,001 Likes Received: 2

    DAmn... you had to remind me that I woke up to, "all for the nookie"
    this morning.. no wonder i'm in such a shitty mood. my alarm is set to radio... and i didn't even hit snooze. it was like the car accident thing.. i just had to listen to because i was amazed at just how bad it was.

    i nominate any Nelly songs also.

    and that damn "puerto ricoooOOO, OOoooo" and any song like that where the arstist (??) is yealling for crowd participation.. the other one eveades my mind right now.. something about a $20 bill and throwing your hands up.
     
  12. deterrent

    deterrent Veteran Member

    Joined: Oct 20, 2004 Messages: 5,181 Likes Received: 43
    Big Pimpin' on the real ultimate power Ninja website
     
  13. vptonbing

    vptonbing Member

    Joined: Apr 26, 2004 Messages: 690 Likes Received: 1
    yea i really hate that chumba song
    hate the salt shaker song
    hate that song by ciara w/ missy
    and lil jon sucks
     
  14. bleeeeegh

    bleeeeegh Member

    Joined: Apr 20, 2003 Messages: 430 Likes Received: 0
    Cant hate on rappers delight...

    Didnt you americans get the crazy frog?

    http://www.lostcoders.net/index-single-1868.htm

    Have a watch im sure youll understand why it was most hated thing in England recently.. specially when some chavs mobile goes off on the bus.
     
  15. FunTimePartyTeam

    FunTimePartyTeam Senior Member

    Joined: Apr 19, 2005 Messages: 2,029 Likes Received: 0
    Yeah i cant hate on most of those one-hit-wonders. I mean, just cause they can't write more than one good song doesnt mean that theyre one good one is bad. I mean, electric avenue, kung fu fighting, unbelevable? Those are great! But yeah some are really bad. I hate that song Bitch, by merideth brooks, bitch.
     
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