For me it has to be Veckatimest by Grizzly Bear. I have never heard an album this bad.
its THAT bad
Surely you have better things to do with your life?
But there's just nothing, is there? To paraphrase Martin Luther King: Trolling ends by defeating itself. It creates bitterness in the survivors and brutality in the destroyers.
If you HAVE to troll, be entertaining, or wildly offensive.
'Music For The People' by The Enemy.
I'm sure there were a lot worse like The Enemy and The Twang and all that shite, but I didn't like what I heard so I didn't get the album.
There was so much Hype about The Vines and Highly Evolved. The album was utter gash and their self destruction pretty much proved they didn't have what it took to be a good ban...
... you know what, that's harsh.
Permission To Land by The Darkness is MUCH worse!
and can confirm that it's dire.
is totally mint and you are wrong.
Still like a few tracks. Thanks.
I thought it wa shit though.
His pal just encouraged kids to download music for free and spend their money on clothes and drugs instead.
or the last Mercury Rev album I can't even remember the name of.
but really they're all just a bit mediocre. I'm sure there's far worse albums I just didn't buy or hear.
I wish it was but it isn't.
is still kinda one of my all time favourites. but maybe thats nostalgia talking.
don't listen to much music do you. Grizzly Bear, British Sea Power, Silent Alarm, Mercury Rev up for WORST album of the 90's?? I can't believe you people come on here and reveal you listened to 4 album's throughout an entire decade.
As I alluded to in my post, I've got my music taste sussed enough now to avoid listening to too many things I think are truly terrible but, of the ones I've bought and listened to, I happen to think they're the worst three.
Used to be into them when i was about 12-ish when a beautiful lie came out. obvs i think theyre shite now, but i really didnt like the first one then, and i really really dont like it now.
For some reason when it came out I thought it was going to be brilliant, then I listened to it and it wasn't...It really wasn't.
they never had that much to offer, but I'll stand by Tied Up Too Tight, Cash Machine and especially Hard To Beat as good weekend-casual-football scamp pop.
had some fun songs on.
what a beautiful moment.
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