History Horrible / Music

20th Sep '17 3:18:39 PM Wynauttica
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# When judging sales, keep certain facts in mind — for one, even a gold record can be considered a commercial failure if [[ToughActToFollow the previous record by the artist sold triple platinum]].

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# When judging sales, keep certain facts in mind -- for one, even a gold record can be considered a commercial failure if [[ToughActToFollow the previous record by the artist sold triple platinum]].
18th Sep '17 5:01:42 AM TheWarioBros
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* A ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' fan game called ''Castle Quest'' has some pretty good music for the most part, with the exception of the song played in the final stage. Said song is quite literally the most repetitive theme since ''VideoGame/HongKong97'', with the song lasting just ''two'' seconds before it loops. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uWGb1Sbvnw Listen to it here.]]
16th Sep '17 6:10:28 PM CrazyLuigi
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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XojtLXuMRgU Murder In The Recording Studio]]'', released in 1987, is the only-known album by Scottish satire/experimental Prit Stik. If you are familiar with the now-defunct [=mp3.com=], this album was infamous for being the lowest-rated album on the site, and for good reason. The two singers of the album sound very low-pitched, severely Auto-tuned (despite it not being used until the late 1990's at its earliest), and distorted, making it very hard to hear what they actually say. This is a particular problem since the beats of the albums are also muffled, yet are much louder than the actual singing. The instrumentation sounds less like actual experimentation and more like the noise of cats being beaten with sticks. Not even the lyrics make sense beyond random mumbling, meaningless conversations between band members, and constant [[TitleDrop drops of the band's names]]. The album was lost for several years until someone finally found it archived in Prit Stik's long-lost website. The fact the introduction has one of the guys saying "You will not survive Prit Stik on Compact Disc." says all you would really would need to know about it. However, the most infamous single off of the album, "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlsXFrUvMFk Prit Stik (1987)]]", and until the album was found, was the only evidence of this album's existence until the rediscovery. Disguised as an unreleased demo from Music/{{Bjork}} during her heyday, Prit Stik opens with the brilliant line of "I hate chess pieces because I keep stepping on them" before spiraling downhill from there, between the continuously shrill screaming of the song's title, the distorted synth line, a drum solo that somehow sounds very corrupted, a "guitar solo" that sounds more like one of the vocalists being mildly hurt under pitch-shifted samples, meaningless conversations between the two about the titular glue brand, and a couple of teases towards the listener near the end saying "we aren't finished yet" and "we're definitely finished now" when they clearly weren't at the time. The song was also previously done with a version recorded in 1986 on that same album, and that sounds just as bad, if not arguably worse than the 1987 version!

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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XojtLXuMRgU Murder In The Recording Studio]]'', released in 1987, is the only-known album by Scottish satire/experimental Prit Stik. If you are familiar with the now-defunct [=mp3.com=], this album was infamous for being the lowest-rated album on the site, and for good reason. The two singers of the album sound very low-pitched, severely Auto-tuned (despite it not being used until the late 1990's at its earliest), and distorted, making it very hard to hear what they actually say. This is a particular problem since the beats of the albums are also muffled, yet are much louder than the actual singing. The instrumentation sounds less like actual experimentation and more like the noise of cats being beaten with sticks. Not even the lyrics make sense beyond random mumbling, meaningless conversations between band members, and constant [[TitleDrop drops of the band's names]]. The album was lost for several years until someone finally found it archived in Prit Stik's long-lost website. The fact the introduction has one of the guys saying "You will not survive Prit Stik on Compact Disc." says all you would really would need to know about it. However, the most infamous single off of the album, album was "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlsXFrUvMFk Prit Stik (1987)]]", and until the album was found, it was the only evidence of this album's existence until the rediscovery.altogether. Disguised as an unreleased demo from Music/{{Bjork}} during her heyday, Prit Stik opens with the brilliant line of "I hate chess pieces because I keep stepping on them" before spiraling downhill from there, between the continuously shrill screaming of the song's title, the distorted synth line, a drum solo that somehow sounds very corrupted, a "guitar solo" that sounds more like one of the vocalists being mildly hurt under pitch-shifted samples, meaningless conversations between the two about the titular glue brand, and a couple of teases towards the listener near the end saying "we aren't finished yet" and "we're definitely finished now" when they clearly weren't at the time. The song was also previously done with a version recorded in 1986 on that same album, and that sounds just as bad, if not arguably worse than the 1987 version!
16th Sep '17 4:21:27 PM CrazyLuigi
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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XojtLXuMRgU Murder In The Recording Studio]]'', released in 1987, is the only-known album by Scottish satire/experimental Prit Stik. If you are familiar with the now-defunct [=mp3.com=], this album was infamous for being the lowest-rated album on the site, and for good reason. The two singers of the album sound very low-pitched, severely Auto-tuned (despite it not being used until the late 1990's at its earliest), and distorted, making it very hard to hear what they actually say. This is a particular problem since the beats of the albums are also muffled, yet are much louder than the actual singing. The instrumentation sounds less like actual experimentation and more like the noise of cats being beaten with sticks. Not even the lyrics make sense beyond random mumbling, meaningless conversations between band members, and constant [[TitleDrop drops of the band's names]]. The album was lost for several years until someone finally found it archived in Prit Stik's long-lost website. "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlsXFrUvMFk Prit Stik (1987)]]" is the most infamous single of the album, and until the album was found, the only evidence of its existence. Disguised as an unreleased demo from Music/{{Bjork}} during her heyday, Prit Stik opens with the brilliant line of "I hate chess pieces because I keep stepping on them" before spiraling downhill from there, between the continuously shrill screaming of the song's title, the distorted synth line, a drum solo that somehow sounds very corrupted, a "guitar solo" that sounds more like one of the vocalists being mildly hurt under pitch-shifted samples, meaningless conversations between the two about the titular glue brand, and a couple of teases towards the listener near the end saying "we aren't finished yet" and "we're definitely finished now" when they clearly weren't at the time. The song was also previously done with a version recorded in 1986 on that same album, and that sounds just as bad, if not arguably worse than the 1987 version!

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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XojtLXuMRgU Murder In The Recording Studio]]'', released in 1987, is the only-known album by Scottish satire/experimental Prit Stik. If you are familiar with the now-defunct [=mp3.com=], this album was infamous for being the lowest-rated album on the site, and for good reason. The two singers of the album sound very low-pitched, severely Auto-tuned (despite it not being used until the late 1990's at its earliest), and distorted, making it very hard to hear what they actually say. This is a particular problem since the beats of the albums are also muffled, yet are much louder than the actual singing. The instrumentation sounds less like actual experimentation and more like the noise of cats being beaten with sticks. Not even the lyrics make sense beyond random mumbling, meaningless conversations between band members, and constant [[TitleDrop drops of the band's names]]. The album was lost for several years until someone finally found it archived in Prit Stik's long-lost website. The fact the introduction has one of the guys saying "You will not survive Prit Stik on Compact Disc." says all you would really would need to know about it. However, the most infamous single off of the album, "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlsXFrUvMFk Prit Stik (1987)]]" is the most infamous single of the album, (1987)]]", and until the album was found, was the only evidence of its existence.this album's existence until the rediscovery. Disguised as an unreleased demo from Music/{{Bjork}} during her heyday, Prit Stik opens with the brilliant line of "I hate chess pieces because I keep stepping on them" before spiraling downhill from there, between the continuously shrill screaming of the song's title, the distorted synth line, a drum solo that somehow sounds very corrupted, a "guitar solo" that sounds more like one of the vocalists being mildly hurt under pitch-shifted samples, meaningless conversations between the two about the titular glue brand, and a couple of teases towards the listener near the end saying "we aren't finished yet" and "we're definitely finished now" when they clearly weren't at the time. The song was also previously done with a version recorded in 1986 on that same album, and that sounds just as bad, if not arguably worse than the 1987 version!
16th Sep '17 6:13:06 AM mlsmithca
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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XojtLXuMRgU Murder In The Recording Studio]]'', released in 1987, is the only-known album by Scottish satire/experimental Prit Stik. If you are familiar with the now-defunct [=mp3.com=], this album was infamous for being the lowest-rated album on the site, and for good reason. The two singers of the album sound very low-pitched, severely Auto-tuned (despite it not being utilized until the late 1990's at its earliest), and distorted, making it very hard to hear what they actually say. This is a particular problem since the beats of the albums are also muffled, yet are much louder than the actual singing. The instrumentation sounds less like actual experimentation and more like the noise of cats being beaten with sticks. Not even the lyrics make sense beyond random mumbling, meaningless conversations between band members, and constant [[TitleDrop drops of the band's names]]. The album was lost for several years until someone finally found it archived in Prit Stik's long-lost website.
** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlsXFrUvMFk Prit Stik (1987)]]" is the most infamous single of the album, and until the album was found, the only evidence of its existence. Disguised as an unreleased demo from Music/{{Bjork}} during her heyday, Prit Stik opens with the brilliant line of "I hate chess pieces because I keep stepping on them" before spiraling downhill from there, between the continuously shrill screaming of the song's title, the distorted synth line, a drum solo that somehow sounds very corrupted, a "guitar solo" that sounds more like one of the vocalists being mildly hurt under pitch-shifted samples, meaningless conversations between the two about the titular glue brand, and a couple of teases towards the listener near the end saying "we aren't finished yet" and "we're definitely finished now" when they clearly weren't at the time. The song was also previously done with a version recorded in 1986 on that same album, and that sounds just as bad, if not arguably worse than the 1987 version!

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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XojtLXuMRgU Murder In The Recording Studio]]'', released in 1987, is the only-known album by Scottish satire/experimental Prit Stik. If you are familiar with the now-defunct [=mp3.com=], this album was infamous for being the lowest-rated album on the site, and for good reason. The two singers of the album sound very low-pitched, severely Auto-tuned (despite it not being utilized used until the late 1990's at its earliest), and distorted, making it very hard to hear what they actually say. This is a particular problem since the beats of the albums are also muffled, yet are much louder than the actual singing. The instrumentation sounds less like actual experimentation and more like the noise of cats being beaten with sticks. Not even the lyrics make sense beyond random mumbling, meaningless conversations between band members, and constant [[TitleDrop drops of the band's names]]. The album was lost for several years until someone finally found it archived in Prit Stik's long-lost website.
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website. "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlsXFrUvMFk Prit Stik (1987)]]" is the most infamous single of the album, and until the album was found, the only evidence of its existence. Disguised as an unreleased demo from Music/{{Bjork}} during her heyday, Prit Stik opens with the brilliant line of "I hate chess pieces because I keep stepping on them" before spiraling downhill from there, between the continuously shrill screaming of the song's title, the distorted synth line, a drum solo that somehow sounds very corrupted, a "guitar solo" that sounds more like one of the vocalists being mildly hurt under pitch-shifted samples, meaningless conversations between the two about the titular glue brand, and a couple of teases towards the listener near the end saying "we aren't finished yet" and "we're definitely finished now" when they clearly weren't at the time. The song was also previously done with a version recorded in 1986 on that same album, and that sounds just as bad, if not arguably worse than the 1987 version!
15th Sep '17 11:47:28 AM VAIAZ
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* 869 were/was an Italian [[IAmTheBand band/singer]] (it's still unknown which it was) active from 1999 to 2003, founded by one Paolo Bartoli. Being tied with popular comedy metal band Prophilax (he was their sound engineer and webmaster), he "founded" his own band, and released few albums with songs that mimicked their trademark gross-out sexual humour, but failed hard. He sang over MIDI files of random songs (including ''cartoon theme songs'') in a horrid off-key and off-tempo voice, sometimes with random pitch-shifting. The songs were overfilled with gratuitous blasphemy, cursing, vulgar sex slang, and often don't even stay on the same ''topic'' [[note]]for example, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6e9Xu1Kgh7A this song]] is apparently about an angry customer being ripped off at a sex shop, and somehow swerves into a string of insults to the Pope[[/note]]. Most of his works are lost along with his website, but some songs [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes can still be found on YouTube]]. Even non-English speakers would find [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gy7c2ynTh5Q these]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NI-QbX0_WSE examples]] awful.

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* 869 were/was an Italian [[IAmTheBand band/singer]] (it's still unknown which it was) active from 1999 to 2003, founded by one Paolo Bartoli. Being tied with popular comedy metal band Prophilax (he was their sound engineer and webmaster), he "founded" his own band, and released few albums with songs that mimicked their trademark gross-out sexual humour, but failed hard. He sang over MIDI files of random songs (including ''cartoon theme songs'') in a horrid off-key and off-tempo voice, sometimes with random pitch-shifting. The songs were overfilled with gratuitous blasphemy, cursing, vulgar sex slang, and often don't even stay on the same ''topic'' [[note]]for example, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6e9Xu1Kgh7A this song]] is apparently about an angry customer being ripped off at a sex shop, and somehow swerves into a string of insults to the Pope[[/note]].ThePope[[/note]]. Most of his works are lost along with his website, but some songs [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes can still be found on YouTube]]. Even non-English speakers would find [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gy7c2ynTh5Q these]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NI-QbX0_WSE examples]] awful.
15th Sep '17 11:45:55 AM VAIAZ
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* 869 were/was an Italian [[IAmTheBand band/singer]] (it's still unknown which it was) active from 1999 to 2003, founded by one Paolo Bartoli. Being tied with popular comedy metal band Prophilax (he was their sound engineer and webmaster), he "founded" his own band, and released a few singles that mimicked their trademark gross-out sexual humour, but failed hard. He sang over MIDI files of random songs (including ''cartoon theme songs'') in a horrid off-key and off-tempo voice, sometimes with random pitch-shifting. The songs were overfilled with gratuitous blasphemy, cursing, vulgar sex slang, and often don't even stay on the same ''topic'' [[note]]for example, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6e9Xu1Kgh7A this song]] is apparently about an angry customer being ripped off at a sex shop, and somehow swerves into a string of insults to the Pope[[/note]]. Most of his works are lost along with his website, but some songs [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes can still be found on YouTube]]. Even non-English speakers would find [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gy7c2ynTh5Q these]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NI-QbX0_WSE examples]] awful.

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* 869 were/was an Italian [[IAmTheBand band/singer]] (it's still unknown which it was) active from 1999 to 2003, founded by one Paolo Bartoli. Being tied with popular comedy metal band Prophilax (he was their sound engineer and webmaster), he "founded" his own band, and released a few singles albums with songs that mimicked their trademark gross-out sexual humour, but failed hard. He sang over MIDI files of random songs (including ''cartoon theme songs'') in a horrid off-key and off-tempo voice, sometimes with random pitch-shifting. The songs were overfilled with gratuitous blasphemy, cursing, vulgar sex slang, and often don't even stay on the same ''topic'' [[note]]for example, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6e9Xu1Kgh7A this song]] is apparently about an angry customer being ripped off at a sex shop, and somehow swerves into a string of insults to the Pope[[/note]]. Most of his works are lost along with his website, but some songs [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes can still be found on YouTube]]. Even non-English speakers would find [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gy7c2ynTh5Q these]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NI-QbX0_WSE examples]] awful.
15th Sep '17 9:21:57 AM CrazyLuigi
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** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlsXFrUvMFk Prit Stik (1987)]]" is the most infamous single of the album, and until the album was found, the only evidence of its existence. Disguised as an unreleased demo from Music/{{Bjork}} during her heyday, Prit Stik opens with the brilliant line of "I hate chess pieces because I keep stepping on them" before spiraling downhill from there, between the continuously shrill screaming of the song's title, the distorted synth line, a drum solo that somehow sounds very corrupted, a "guitar solo" that sounds more like one of the vocalists being mildly hurt under pitch-shifted samples, meaningless conversations between the two about the titular glue brand, and a couple of teases towards the listener near the end saying "we aren't finished yet" and "we're definitely finished now" when they clearly weren't at the time. The song was also previously done with a version on that same album recorded in 1986, and that sounds just as bad, if not arguably worse than the 1987 version!

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** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlsXFrUvMFk Prit Stik (1987)]]" is the most infamous single of the album, and until the album was found, the only evidence of its existence. Disguised as an unreleased demo from Music/{{Bjork}} during her heyday, Prit Stik opens with the brilliant line of "I hate chess pieces because I keep stepping on them" before spiraling downhill from there, between the continuously shrill screaming of the song's title, the distorted synth line, a drum solo that somehow sounds very corrupted, a "guitar solo" that sounds more like one of the vocalists being mildly hurt under pitch-shifted samples, meaningless conversations between the two about the titular glue brand, and a couple of teases towards the listener near the end saying "we aren't finished yet" and "we're definitely finished now" when they clearly weren't at the time. The song was also previously done with a version recorded in 1986 on that same album recorded in 1986, album, and that sounds just as bad, if not arguably worse than the 1987 version!
15th Sep '17 9:21:12 AM CrazyLuigi
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** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlsXFrUvMFk Prit Stik (1987)]]" is the most infamous single of the album, and until the album was found, the only evidence of its existence. Disguised as an unreleased demo from Music/{{Bjork}} during her heyday, Prit Stik opens with the brilliant line of "I hate chess pieces because I keep stepping on them" before spiraling downhill from there, between the continuously shrill screaming of the song's title, the distorted synth line, a drum solo that somehow sounds very corrupted, a "guitar solo" that sounds more like one of the vocalists being mildly hurt under pitch-shifted samples, meaningless conversations between the two about the titular glue brand, and a couple of teases towards the listener near the end saying "we aren't finished yet" and "we're definitely finished now" when they clearly weren't at the time. The song was also previously done with a version on that same album recorded in 1986, and that sounds just as bad, if not arguably worst than the 1987 version!

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** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlsXFrUvMFk Prit Stik (1987)]]" is the most infamous single of the album, and until the album was found, the only evidence of its existence. Disguised as an unreleased demo from Music/{{Bjork}} during her heyday, Prit Stik opens with the brilliant line of "I hate chess pieces because I keep stepping on them" before spiraling downhill from there, between the continuously shrill screaming of the song's title, the distorted synth line, a drum solo that somehow sounds very corrupted, a "guitar solo" that sounds more like one of the vocalists being mildly hurt under pitch-shifted samples, meaningless conversations between the two about the titular glue brand, and a couple of teases towards the listener near the end saying "we aren't finished yet" and "we're definitely finished now" when they clearly weren't at the time. The song was also previously done with a version on that same album recorded in 1986, and that sounds just as bad, if not arguably worst worse than the 1987 version!
15th Sep '17 9:19:55 AM CrazyLuigi
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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XojtLXuMRgU Murder In The Recording Studio]]'', released in 1987, is the only-known album by Scottish satire/experimental Prit Stik. If you are familiar with the now-defunct [=mp3.com=], this album was infamous for being the lowest-rated album on the site, and for good reason. The two singers of the album sound very low-pitched, severely Auto-tuned, and distorted, making it very hard to hear what they actually say. This is a particular problem since the beats of the albums are also muffled, yet are much louder than the actual singing. The instrumentation sounds less like actual experimentation and more like the noise of cats being beaten with sticks. Not even the lyrics make sense beyond random mumbling, meaningless conversations between band members, and constant [[TitleDrop drops of the band's names]]. The album was lost for several years until someone finally found it archived in Prit Stik's long-lost website.
** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlsXFrUvMFk Prit Stik (1987)]]" is the most infamous single of the album, and until the album was found, the only evidence of its existence. Disguised as an unreleased demo from Music/{{Bjork}} during her heyday, Prit Stik opens with the brilliant line of "I hate chess pieces because I keep stepping on them" before spiraling downhill from there, between the continuously shrill screaming of the song's title, the distorted synth line, a drum solo that somehow sounds very corrupted, a "guitar solo" that sounds more like one of the vocalists being mildly hurt under pitch-shifted samples, meaningless conversations between the two about the titular glue brand, and a couple of teases towards the listener near the end saying "we aren't finished yet" and "we're definitely finished now" when they clearly weren't at the time.

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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XojtLXuMRgU Murder In The Recording Studio]]'', released in 1987, is the only-known album by Scottish satire/experimental Prit Stik. If you are familiar with the now-defunct [=mp3.com=], this album was infamous for being the lowest-rated album on the site, and for good reason. The two singers of the album sound very low-pitched, severely Auto-tuned, Auto-tuned (despite it not being utilized until the late 1990's at its earliest), and distorted, making it very hard to hear what they actually say. This is a particular problem since the beats of the albums are also muffled, yet are much louder than the actual singing. The instrumentation sounds less like actual experimentation and more like the noise of cats being beaten with sticks. Not even the lyrics make sense beyond random mumbling, meaningless conversations between band members, and constant [[TitleDrop drops of the band's names]]. The album was lost for several years until someone finally found it archived in Prit Stik's long-lost website.
** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlsXFrUvMFk Prit Stik (1987)]]" is the most infamous single of the album, and until the album was found, the only evidence of its existence. Disguised as an unreleased demo from Music/{{Bjork}} during her heyday, Prit Stik opens with the brilliant line of "I hate chess pieces because I keep stepping on them" before spiraling downhill from there, between the continuously shrill screaming of the song's title, the distorted synth line, a drum solo that somehow sounds very corrupted, a "guitar solo" that sounds more like one of the vocalists being mildly hurt under pitch-shifted samples, meaningless conversations between the two about the titular glue brand, and a couple of teases towards the listener near the end saying "we aren't finished yet" and "we're definitely finished now" when they clearly weren't at the time. The song was also previously done with a version on that same album recorded in 1986, and that sounds just as bad, if not arguably worst than the 1987 version!



* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' is known for its musical guests. Some of them have delivered legendary performances on the show, others… have been legendarily ''bad''.

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* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' is known for its musical guests. Some of them have delivered legendary performances on the show, others… others… have been legendarily ''bad''.
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