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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Tzeentchian Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 16 2013 at 15:18
No prog song that I've heard so far is that bad, but "Hot Mango Flush" by Jethro Tull comes pretty close, if indeed it even counts as a song! What had they been smoking!? Sounds like a remix of a Lou Bega hit, for crying out loud!
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Originally posted by Tzeentchian Tzeentchian wrote:

No prog song that I've heard so far is that bad, but "Hot Mango Flush" by Jethro Tull comes pretty close, if indeed it even counts as a song! What had they been smoking!? Sounds like a remix of a Lou Bega hit, for crying out loud!

Speaking of Tull...I'd be happy to never hear Budapest again.  

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Are you kidding me???  Did Ian Anderson have Greg Lake write some lyrics??? Confused
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Talking of Greg Lake I could probably live without ever hearing Lay Down Your Guns again.
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Brothers Olsen - Fly On The Wings Of Love
Who dare you - The Ambassador of our culturel , the frontliner in spreading our interlectual achivements.
You should be ashamed !
Do you want the world to think we are all some mad Lars Von Trier's
 
 
 
 
 
 
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I could go the rest of my life without hearing an Eagles song. 
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Anything by Porcupine Tree / Steve Wilson. Goddamn awful!
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Originally posted by tamijo tamijo wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Brothers Olsen - Fly On The Wings Of Love
Who dare you - The Ambassador of our culturel , the frontliner in spreading our interlectual achivements.
You should be ashamed !
Do you want the world to think we are all some mad Lars Von Trier's
 
 
 
 
 
 
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My dad is a massive fans of Brødrene OlsenEmbarrassedDead Goes without saying that we don't exactly share similar tastes in music, maybe outside of Dire Straits that is. 
This song though rivals Wham's Last Christmas in that it makes me want to puke my insides out inside of the first 10 seconds of it. The combination of a seriously plasticy tune together with massive overplay is probably the reason behind my reaction to both. I feel the same way about the Doopidoop song by Me & MyAngryDead
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tamijo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 24 2013 at 08:57
Personaly i dont mind Fly On The Wings Of Love actualy, no more that most other radio songs that is.
 
But Doopidoop is frightning, and the kind of carbage that creeps into your mind, do to the lyrics beeing extremly
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I've moved this thread to General Music Discussions. The prog artists mentioned in here are far and between.
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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

The singer left the music business completely and now resides in NZ. C'mon can't have been that badSmile
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Yes - Roundabout, could use a break from that
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Originally posted by Chris S Chris S wrote:


Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

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

The singer left the music business completely and now resides in NZ. C'mon can't have been that badSmile
Retired coz of severe embarrassment which brought on savage bouts of anxiety.....
And now, I wish I could erase every Culture Club piece of sh*t song that ever existed. That whack-job singer did NOTHING for anything known to mankind......
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Acapella. 
No idea who it's by, but I've heard it at work a couple times. Pinch
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Originally posted by Chris S Chris S wrote:

Yes - Roundabout, could use a break from that

i love that song, but i can see why u say that for some reason


Edited by Michael678 - September 25 2013 at 14:42
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Freefall - Camel

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I replied in this thread a couple of months ago, and was in a much more peaceful and loving mood.  but now that I have some bile to spill, here goes:

D'yer Mak'er by Led Zeppelin.  Probably the only song of theirs I don't like. God, it's horrible.

Don't Look Back by Boston.  Just a big throbbing 6 minute mound of BS.  It doesn't even have a hook.

In the Court of the Crimson King by King Crimson.   Not a bad song at all, but I've just had enough of it.  It's lost a lot of its grandeur for me.  The chorus repeats too many times in close succession, it's kind of numbing.  the instrumental interludes feel gimmicky.  I realize it pretty much kicked off the prog genre we love, and I respect that, but I just don't need to hear it again in the distant future

Hey Jude - Beatles.  Wow, this used to be one of my favorite Beatles songs.  Oddly, it was after seeing it performed live by Paul McCartney that I decided I'd had enough.  Even such a beautiful song as that can become trite if it's rammed into your ears enough times.


Edited by HolyMoly - September 25 2013 at 18:28
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^ Dude, we will never ever be friends.
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^ Alas. Cry

You never know though, they say opposites attract. Handshake
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Originally posted by HolyMoly HolyMoly wrote:

Don't Look Back by Boston.  Just a big throbbing 6 minute mound of BS.  It doesn't even have a hook.

Unhappy It has a sh*tload of hooks!
Then again, I absolutely love the song. 

D'yer Maker is good too. 


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What's so good about 'Hey Jude' ?? Just 7 minutes of naaa, na, na, nanananaaaah, na, na, na, nothing, Hey Jude......   Never liked that song tbh.

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