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Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Top 10 Shitty-est Songs Ever

I've been getting nothing but shit for a post I did back damn near 3 years ago regarding "awesomely bad songs". The comments were along the lines of "Don't you ever get out?", or "Familiarize yourself with the material before you post on it.", or "Rap does not suck!", and so on.

Well, if it's any consolation to you lame-ass anonymous commenters, I am familiar with every one of these songs, and yes, while I maybe would have come up with others, these all fit the bill. They all suck.

BAHA MEN's summer hit record WHO LET THE DOG'S OUT? has been named the worst song of all time.
The track, which topped charts around the world in 2000, is number one in a new list compiled by editors of Spinner.com and AOL Radio.
It beat off tough competition from rapper Vanilla Ice's memorable hit Ice, Ice Baby and a more recent chart success for Ricky Martin - She Bangs.
There was even a place in the chart for a couple of music legends, in Sir Paul MCCartney and Stevie Wonder.

The top 10 is as follows:
1. Who Let The Dogs Out - Baha Men
2. Ice, Ice Baby - Vanilla Ice
3. She Bangs - Ricky Martin
4. Barbie Girl - Aqua
5. U Can't Touch This - MC Hammer
6. I Am Woman - Helen Redey
7. I'm Too Sexy - Right Said Fred
8. Ebony And Ivory - Paul MCCartney And Stevie Wonder
9. MACarena - Los Del Rio
10. My Heart Will Go On - Celine Dion.



Mark said...

I remember (vaguely) back in the 70's when Helen Redey had her own TV show. As I recall, and I haven't wiki'd it, she ended every damned show singing I Am Women.

Mark said...

Also, shouldn't that be Reddy?

curmudgeon said...

Yes, it should. I didn't edit any of the content within the block. I left the original text alone.

SK said...

That list seems perfect to mr!

SK said...

That should be "me".

Damn fingernails got in the way again:(

Anonymous said...

I've always hated "Ebony and Ivory." It gets my vote for worst song every written.

curmudgeon said...

It's a start.

That song was just fucking pathetic.

country roads said...

When I was in college and on the radio there, we couldn't play "I'm too sexy" because of the lyrics. Yeah, really.

curmudgeon said...

Yeah, but why would you want to?