Anyway, add all Nickelback songs to my list.
Anyway, add all Nickelback songs to my list.
Granted, I don't really listen to it on my free time, so I'm mostly familiar with/talking about the kind of worship/praise music that they've played at my dad's church when they have "contemporary" services, not so much regular bands that happen to have religious lyrics from time to time (heck, I listen to Sufjan Stevens and he would technically fall under the category).
"Love You Like A Love Song" - Selena Gomez & The Scene. I have nothing agaisnt Selena Gomez but that blasted song makes me want to steal energy and destroy! It's been so overplayed at my workplace that the second I hear the opening beats I cringe. I'm not kidding about that either.
As for "Baby"--all it is to me is the word "baby" repeated about 7,000 times in a row with a little rap thrown in to call it a song. It's been way overplayed and it makes me want to scream when I hear it.
I'm also not a fan of country music at all (the closest I get is Taylor Swift) and most hardcore rap. But I do like the Linkin Park type stuff. Oh and "Surfin' Bird" by The Trashmen has been completely ruined for me thanks to that Family Guy ep. =/
I hate all country, except for Aaron Lewis and Avenged Sevenfold's Dear God. I hate all rap, except Kid Rock. I hate all pop, no exceptions. Probably the song I hate the most, out of anything ever, is Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes.
That song Rumor has it is getting on my nerves. And I'm really sick of the song Payphone. And pretty much every Bruno Mars song, along with any sort of reggae and Hawaiian music(all of which takes up at least half of all radio play here in Hawaii).
And the song Im Yours by Jason Mraz has been immortalized as my least favorite song ever. I hated it in Alaska from it being over played. And moving to Hawaii (shudders) ALMOST EVERY F***ING PERSON IN MY 7TH GRADE CLASS COULD PLAY UKULELE AND PLAYED MOTHERFKKING JAWAIIAN AND BRUNO MARS AND JASON MRAZ EVER F***ING DAY AND...(commits suicide)
Most (if not all) mexican rancher songs (I'm mexican). In my opinion, there is no quicker way to disgrace/murder an accordion...
- "Dancing with Myself" by Billy Idol. I swear I want to smash any radio that plays this annoying song.
- "Last Friday Night" by Katy Perry.
- Everything by Nirvana. I don't get why so many guys worship them. Kurt Cobain was not exactly a nice person.
- Everything by Lily Allen. Why do so many people like her? She's not that great.
- "Behind these Hazel Eyes" by Kelly Clarkson. On a side note, don't all her songs sound practically the same?
- "The Path we Chose" by Prussian Blue. Ever heard of them? They're these twin girls (named Lynx and Lamb - WTF?) who made a name for themselves by singing songs about neo-Nazism.
- "Aaron's Party" by Aaron Carter. Nick Carter and his sister Leslie (who unfortunately died back in January) could sing well, but Aaron sure couldn't!
(I was going to add "Turkey in a Straw", but that song's so bad, it's actually kinda funny!)
I'm only listing songs that are well-liked by mature audiences. Obviously, stuff by Disney pop stars doesn't count because you don't see many people beyond middle school listening to it.
Haha Prussian Blue. As far as I remember they stopped believing in their nazism and started smoking weed.
I don't really like death metal. I can stand screamo, but I don't like the hardest stuff out there like a lot of people on the forum like. It the band has skeletons, chains, skeletons in chains, etc. I probably don't like it.
Okay, I'm gonna add "Hey Soul Sister" to the list of songs I absolutely can't stand. I heard it in the bar the other day and I was thinking "Oh, that's the one I forgot!" Ugh.
@zakisrage; It's easy to be dismissive of Nirvana now because there have been so many bands over the past two decades that tried to sound like them, but their style was very new (at least, outside of the Seattle underground scene) when Nevermind first hit the airwaves in 1991. (People will often say "But they stole their sound from this-and-that-Pacific-Northwest-grunge-band" but that's really just splitting hairs, what matters is that Nirvana made that sound mainstream, which allowed it to influence people outside of that particular regional underground scene.) They basically launched the grunge/alternative style at least on a nationwide/international scale, and probably just about every big '90s alternative band owes them a debt in some way. If you don't like their music, okay (I like Nirvana but they're not my favorite and I kind of need to be in a certain mood for it), but at least understand that the reason people "worship" them isn't just because they idolize Kurt or whatever (although I personally admire Kurt Cobain a lot for his feminist views). Any music historian will tell you they were hugely important to the history and development of rock.
Also, I like Lily Allen. She actually does have a very different sound from a lot of pop singers. And she uses a lot of stylistic variety in her music, varying between soul, reggae and even hip-hop-esque on her first album alone, which I appreciate in any musician.
That Panic! At the Disco song about "haven't you people every heard of closing the goddamn door" has been stuck in my head the past few days, and I think I'm going to have to add it to this list, too. I mean, what?
Good Life - One Republic
Anything by Adele - I used to like her songs but the radio stations overplayed them