The Worst Music You've Ever Heard Thread?!?!

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    Imagine by john lennon. Never has a more ignorant song been written.
     
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    Indian sitar (sp?) music.

    God awful.
     
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    RAP. Any and all of it. Today's pop music is horrible as well. It is like hearing the same song sung over and over on the radio by women singing out of their noses. The current batch of music will go down in history as the worst ever. Can anyone harmonize at all anymore?
     
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    Here. The bloody "All the Single Furries" sheit. I'm a Furry, but f*ck me is this just outright GARBAGE.


    Worst music ever made, second only to Justin Bieber.

    Enjoy the dread, misery and pain.
     
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    I dunno, I've heard some of the big pre-disco his of the 70s, and I'd take Lil Naz X level of bad over rubbish from Paper Lace or the Captain and Tenneil anyday. 1974 was a horrid year for music.

    As for my personal suggestion for this list: Songbird, by Kenny G. This complete tosh topped the charts in 1987 and is absolute trash. Nasally sounding out of tune horn. :|
     
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    Oi I am not having that. South Pacific has 'Wash that man outta my hair' and 'Nothing like a dame' and Carousel has 'You'll never walk alone'!
     
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    Is it wrong to be a theatre kid that thinks Rodgers and Hammerstein were extremely overrated?

    *Ducks tomatoes*

    Like, they created some real bops but far too often the whole was less than the sum of their parts....but that said, South Pacific is one that I think still holds ups kinda well.
     
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    South Pacific? :roflol:

    Not a Chance.

    Maybe South Pacific may be in the conservation for 3rd Place.

    1) Sound of Music
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    2) Oklahoma
    3) TBD?

    As far as Musical Theatre (and "Theatre Kids" in general):

    Cabaret (1998 Revival/Marshall-Mendes) is My Fave.

    Sung Through would be Jesus Christ Superstar

    After that, I would probably go with West Side Story.:salute:
     
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    Not really music but I don't care for rap. I know because I hear it occasionally at traffic lights.
     
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    I actually like Manilow, and the song, but that was funny.
     
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    Back in the 70's "Dream Weaver" and "Alone Again, naturally" both made me cringe. Had to turn off the radio every time they came on.
     
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    A dying man fantasizes about killing his faithless wife

    Country music is so cheerful and uplifting.
     

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