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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Blazer, Oct 25, 2020.
Anything by the cast of Star Trek. (Except Shatner's Rocket Man. A true classic.)
Les Boys by Dire Straits. Another clunker that ruins an otherwise great album.
i went and looked up his song for my sign "Sagittarius" and i don't think it sounded like me at all. but Keith Richards said of us "half man, half horse, with a license to (poop) in the street." and that's more like it.
the most grievous item of "music" i have ever heard is "slow ride" by foghat. i like foghat otherwise, but this one is deeply offensive.
+1 for "Don't Stop Believing".
Some of my other picks:
The Lumineers "Ho Hey".
Cardi B "WAP"
Paul McCartney "Feet In The Clouds" and "Wonderful Christmastime"
Billy Joel "River of Dreams"
Camila Cabelo "Havana"
Avril Lavigne "Sk8er Boi"
Did you know that that song is in the same chords as "Don't worry be happy", my music teacher in high school pointed that out.
The funny thing about that is that the lyrics are about as far removed from "Don't worry, be happy" as it can possibly get.
When you talk about Christmas Songs the one that grates on me is Baby It’s Cold Outside. It isn’t that I really dislike the song it is that it’s not a Christmas Song. It is about a guy trying to get a girl to spend the night. It is played as a Christmas Song but is about trying to get a girl to bed.
Apologies in advance to everyone named Larry.
...by trying to get the girl drunk so he can take advantage of her.
Very stalkerish and creepy by today's standards.
Yodeling and prog don't mix.
Somebody please walk over to McArthur Park, grab that cake and take it inside before it starts to rain.
For the love of God.
season to taste . . .
Anything by Bo Donaldson and the Haywoods or The DeFrancos.........or the Osmonds
What were they thinking? Still keeps Noddy in turkeys for Christmas
Margaritaville. Just also uhg.
Raspberry Beret- Prince
Happy To Be Stuck With You- Huey Lewis and TN
All of the modern country songs they play on the radio nowadays. All of them.
And Wildfire by Mike Murphy!
Run Joey Run
Having My Baby
Playground In My Mind
Blind Man In The Bleachers
Billy Don't Be A Hero
Never Been To Me
Midnight At The Oasis
Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep
Ruby Red Dress
The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia
All By Myself
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (the slow and annoying version)
Signs Signs, Everywhere Signs (or whatever it's called)
Be sure to read off this list the next time someone starts in with that "80's music sucked and 70's music was great" Bullshirt.
Every time this question is asked, We Built This City is always mentioned. Is it really that bad? Or is it just a case of groupthink? Sure, it's of its time - the mid 80s not exactly a high point in popular music - but it's a catchy enough tune. I've heard a lot worse.