I fucking HATE that song. I worked at McDonald's for a couple of weeks post-summer of 2011 and every day I would come, this shitty song would be on at least twice an hour. And I had no place to go during those 8 hours working to escape it. It was driving me insane and a nightmare.
That's what came into my mind immediately, but pretty much anything played on the radio after the year 2000 could qualify. Most music worth hearing has already been heard. Anything by Ke$ha or Black Eyed Peas stand out as particularly crap-tacular.
Originally Posted by Mister Saint Laurent on Xavier Woods' Gimmick
Man, talk about giving a guy nothing to work with. Imagine you've been called up to tv and they basically say to you "You're well educated. (which apparently because of your skin color means that this is an incredible thing.) We can't believe that someone with your skin color has the level of education that you have, so your gimmick is just gonna be that we put you on tv and brag that you went to school. Cause that's basically the gimmick that they gave him, how much more racist could his gimmick have been? Am I missing something here? What was the reason that the people were supposed to get behind him, other than the company just saying "phht, well, he's...in school".
Too damn many songs to name. I won't knock Rebecca Black or Justin Beiber. The former isn't meant to be taken so seriously and the latter isn't as bad as others say.
But if I had to name a few, I'd pinpoint many so called "avant-garde" songs (which usually are contemporary classical or consist of two boring ass droning lines repeating themselves ad nauseam). Others include: anything from Bullet For My Valentine and fucking DragonForce (Now.. Kirk Hammett is a sloppy and repetitive guitarist but at least he's fucking enjoyable to listen to. That's more than I can say for Herman Li, who quite obviously would be dumbfounded if he ever (seriously) tried to study music theory ("hurrrr ya mean playing playing really gat damn fast doesn't make something technical?"). Seriously, fuck that band and the label they rode in here on.)