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    Posted: August 20 2013 at 16:23
I'll start it off ...Dream Theater's The Enemy Within.
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Styx - Babe
Genesis - Follow You Follow Me
Yes - Onward
Kansas - It Takes a Womans Love to Make a Man
The Beatles - Got to Get You into My Life
The Doors - Riders on the Storm
King Crimson - Sleepless
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A whole bunch of songs by The Beatles. Too many to list.

A few songs by Aerosmith, ESPECIALLY their cover of "Come Together."

Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love." Seriously. Enough, already.
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^ I still enjoy WLL but the studio version of Stairway makes me ill

Van Halen's 'Jump'
Blondie's recording of 'The Tide is High'
and sadly Lennon's 'Imagine'


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Rammstein. Anything by Rammstein.
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 - Bob Dylan - "Like A Rolling Stone"

 - All the s$%t they play on the local 104.5 Reno's rock station, from Three Days Grace, Avenged Sevenfold, Green Day; it's sickening. And I have to listen to all this at work. Even if it's Tool.

Think this should be good for now.
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Anything by the 'Fine Young Cannibals' - that singer makes we wanna slash my wrists AngryAngry
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As far as prog goes, I can't think of a single song I disliked so much that I wouldn't want to hear it again, ever. Excluding certain genres I don't like (pop, rap, dub-step, country, etc.) Lou Reed is the one artist I'd rather not ever hear again.
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Europe's The Final Countdown 
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Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

Anything by the 'Fine Young Cannibals' - that singer makes we wanna slash my wrists AngryAngry

Yes.

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Originally posted by sukmytoe sukmytoe wrote:

Europe's The Final Countdown 

yepLOL

Smoke On The Water
I Know What I Like And Like What I Know
Battle Of Epping Forest
More Fool Me
(btw I'm not being ironic here , I don't mind over the top cheesy stuff but I don't like DULL)
Anything by The Doors

and non prog my top of the I would like it destroyed and removed from existence for all time

Iggy Pop - Lust For Life 
AAARGGHHH!!



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anything by Madonna (no kidding)
anything by The Clash
Moxy V
Van Morrison-Moondance
Don Mclean-American Pie
David Bowie-China Girl

and as far as prog goes
Caravan-Golf Girl
Yes-Owner Of A Lonely Heart
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That generic indie pop song style, usually with a somewhat ironic retro vibe (e.g. token hammond organ sound, reverbed surf guitar, etc), used in commercials to market new technological gadgets, to hone in on the young hip crowd.  Usually has a coquettish female singer singing wordless vocals.  You know the commercials I mean.


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As for particular songs I never want to hear again, I actually have a great deal of control over what I listen to, so I have avoided getting sick of anything really.  I could just list classic rock songs I don't like, but some of them I haven't heard for years anyway, so there's not much point.

I will second David's nomination of Lennon's "Imagine", though.  I love the Beatles and John is one of the 5 rock people I'd most like to have met, but I never cared for his solo albums and that song in particular grates on me.
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Stairway to Heaven is an obvious one as it's been over-played to death.
Peter Sarstedt - Where Do You Go To My Lovely? The lyrics make me cringe, though I do like the follow-up Frozen Orange Juice.
Anything by Canuck caterwauler Alanis Morissette, I think I am actually allergic to her.
Anything by Stock, Aitken and Waterman. With a name like that they should have been an ace Prog power trio instead of purveyors of cheesy 80s s%*t.

Struggling to think of any Prog that makes me groan when I hear it, though maybe some early Rush where Geddy Lee squeals too much.

Richard, I can't believe you hate everything by The Doors!






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Originally posted by sukmytoe sukmytoe wrote:

Europe's The Final Countdown 

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[QUOTE=deafmoon]I'll start it off ...
 
The song about the PA never being happy with anything, and someone always hating something!
... none of the hits, none of the time ... you might actually find your own art, or self, and forego lousy heroes or Guru's!

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Originally posted by moshkito moshkito wrote:

 
The song about the PA never being happy with anything, and someone always hating something!
Including hating when we do that. Wink
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