History Horrible / Music

24th Jul '16 12:45:33 PM BlackBaroness
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* The DOS adaptation of ''WesternAnimation/AllDogsGoToHeaven'' stays mostly silent, which is a good thing because [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-uKxQohVaQ the sound is loud and heavily distorted]]. The developers attempted to rip the movie's soundtrack and adapt it for the PC Speaker, and ended up with a result worse than had they just made music for the sound engine (which in itself can only play screechy 8-bit noises). The audio as-is wouldn't be out of place in a [[SensoryAbuse more obnoxious]] WebAnimation/YoutubePoop.
24th Jul '16 4:44:03 AM nm3youtube
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZrIVtDhuWA The theme song]] for ''WesternAnimation/TheBrothersFlub'' is speculated to be at least a contributing factor to the cartoon's failure, if not ''the reason'', simply because the vocals are awful. The vocals consist of someone doing what sounds like a bad [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb Dr. Doofenshmirtz]] impression screeching "la la la la" while someone in the background continually sings "flub flub flub" in a dopey baritone voice, with the occasional random noise. Tragically, the end credits instrumental is perfectly fine, so it would have been listenable if not for those vocals. WebVideo/RebelTaxi and WebVideo/TheMysteriousMrEnter have both included it high in their [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UlciEF_e6o respective]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuT5KZtxdxc lists]] of worst cartoon theme songs; the former only found split-second title screens worse and later alluded to it in the dishonourable mentions for his "Worst Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} Moments" [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3FTrSd4dys video]], while the latter initially believed it was the end of the list before realising he had the themes of ''Kung Fu Dino Posse'' and ''WesternAnimation/ShaggyAndScoobyDooGetAClue'' left to cover.

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZrIVtDhuWA The theme song]] for ''WesternAnimation/TheBrothersFlub'' is speculated to be at least a contributing factor to the cartoon's failure, if not ''the reason'', simply because the vocals are awful. The vocals consist of someone doing what sounds like a bad [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb Dr. Doofenshmirtz]] impression screeching "la la la la" while someone in the background continually sings "flub flub flub" in a dopey baritone voice, with the occasional random noise. Tragically, the end credits instrumental is perfectly fine, so it would have been listenable if not for those vocals. WebVideo/RebelTaxi and WebVideo/TheMysteriousMrEnter have both included it high in their [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UlciEF_e6o respective]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuT5KZtxdxc lists]] com/watch?v=rMtcsbaF8AE lists]][[note]]latter is actually a reupload, since [[ScrewedByTheLawyers the original got taken down]] for an unrelated entry[[/note]] of worst cartoon theme songs; the former only found split-second title screens worse and later alluded to it in the dishonourable mentions for his "Worst Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} Moments" [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3FTrSd4dys video]], while the latter initially believed it was the end of the list before realising he had the themes of ''Kung Fu Dino Posse'' and ''WesternAnimation/ShaggyAndScoobyDooGetAClue'' left to cover.
23rd Jul '16 9:53:39 AM LarryLarry
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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'' gives us "Freckles". It's not quite so bad in Japanese, but in English, the singer has a very thin and easily-strained voice which grates on the ears after a few seconds.

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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'' gives us "Freckles". It's not quite so bad in Japanese, but in English, the singer has a very thin and easily-strained voice which grates on the ears after a few seconds.
22nd Jul '16 2:45:08 PM GiantJumboJellyfish
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* [=TomorrowWorld=] 2015 could very well be described as [[https://thump.vice.com/en_us/article/how-tomorrowworld-became-an-epic-disaster-of-near-riots-and-looming-lawsuits the electronic music festival equivalent to Woodstock 1999 for similar reasons]]. The event, which was created in 2013 as a sister festival to the Belgian music festival Tomorrowland but held in America, started off swimmingly. But by the second night, bad weather kicked in and things went downhill fast. The festival grounds (a grassy field near the town of Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia) became saturated and muddy, causing a massive backing up of transportation services. Attendees that weren't camping on festival grounds were forced to wait for hours on end, putting up with cold temperatures and a lack of basic necessities like food and water, some growing frustrated enough to just try walking back to town. The final day was no better, with attendees that had left unable to reenter and enjoy the artists lined up to play (who themselves were not happy with how the event's poor planning led to these problems, but tried to make the best out of the situation). At the end of the day, the event's organizer [=ID&T=] Belgium not only had to refund several festival-goers, but have also dealt with a major PR blow that has led to disgruntled attendees stating they never want to return again and curious possible future attendees not wanting to risk next year having the same mishaps. Both electronic music news outlets and business insiders have stated that unless they do some really good damage control, [[FranchiseKiller TomorrowWorld 2015 could very well be the last TomorrowWorld]].

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* [=TomorrowWorld=] 2015 could very well be described as [[https://thump.vice.com/en_us/article/how-tomorrowworld-became-an-epic-disaster-of-near-riots-and-looming-lawsuits the electronic music festival equivalent to Woodstock 1999 for similar reasons]]. The event, which was created in 2013 as a sister festival to the Belgian music festival Tomorrowland but held in America, started off swimmingly. But by the second night, bad weather kicked in and things went downhill fast. The festival grounds (a grassy field near the town of Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia) became saturated and muddy, causing a massive backing up of transportation services. Attendees that weren't camping on festival grounds were forced to wait for hours on end, putting up with cold temperatures and a lack of basic necessities like food and water, some growing frustrated enough to just try walking back to town. The final day was no better, with attendees that had left unable to reenter and enjoy the artists lined up to play (who themselves were not happy with how the event's poor planning led to these problems, but tried to make the best out of the situation). At the end of the day, the event's organizer [=ID&T=] Belgium not only had to refund several festival-goers, but have also dealt with a major PR blow that has led to disgruntled attendees stating they never want to return again and curious possible future attendees not wanting to risk next year having the same mishaps. Both electronic music news outlets and business insiders have stated that unless they do some really good damage control, [[FranchiseKiller TomorrowWorld 2015 could very well be the last TomorrowWorld]].TomorrowWorld]], and indeed the 2016 festival was cancelled, putting the future of it into question.
19th Jul '16 8:04:26 PM wyattte
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18th Jul '16 9:56:47 PM Cindylover1969
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* ''Film/{{North}}'' [[Horrible/{{Film}} is already a terrible film]], but the random country song sung by Creator/DanAykroyd and Music/RebaMcEntire is inexcusable. It has DudeNotFunny lyrics, [[SuspiciouslySimilarSong sung to a tune like the theme from]] ''Series/{{Bonanza}}'', is terribly sung, and [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment has no reason to be there]].

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* ''Film/{{North}}'' [[Horrible/{{Film}} is already a terrible film]], but the random country song sung by Creator/DanAykroyd and Music/RebaMcEntire is inexcusable. It has DudeNotFunny lyrics, [[SuspiciouslySimilarSong sung to a tune like the theme from]] from ''Series/{{Bonanza}}'', is terribly sung, and [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment has no reason to be there]].
18th Jul '16 12:02:49 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** And even then, most of them are not anime songs - songs from ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' series and ''Franchise/KamenRider'' series are in the group, too! TheyJustDidntCare, indeed.

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** And even then, most of them are not anime songs - songs from ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' series and ''Franchise/KamenRider'' series are in the group, too! TheyJustDidntCare, indeed.too!



** Music/{{Eminem}}'s performance of [[http://truba.com/video/97196/ "Just Lose It"]] on the season 30 episode hosted by Creator/KateWinslet was a prime demonstration of TheyJustDidntCare. The lip-syncing was obvious, Eminem looked lifeless on stage, and at one point (around 1:17), he can be seen licking his lips while the track played on without him. The worst part? This was just ''one week'' after Ashlee Simpson's 'hoe-down', so both he and the ''SNL'' producers should've known better.

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** Music/{{Eminem}}'s performance of [[http://truba.com/video/97196/ "Just Lose It"]] on the season 30 episode hosted by Creator/KateWinslet was a prime demonstration of TheyJustDidntCare.horrible. The lip-syncing was obvious, Eminem looked lifeless on stage, and at one point (around 1:17), he can be seen licking his lips while the track played on without him. The worst part? This was just ''one week'' after Ashlee Simpson's 'hoe-down', so both he and the ''SNL'' producers should've known better.



* While most will agree that {{Music/Rush}}'s song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMSFqXGZ5TQ "Time Stand Still"]] is one of their best ever songs, the video, on the other hand, has next to no supporters because of how awful it is. The video shows the band and guest singer Aimee Mann flying around in mid-air through some studio and over some lazy chroma-keyed backgrounds, with [[TheyJustDidntCare next to no effort put into it looking at least mildly effective]]. The video hasn't shown up on any one of their DVD releases and the band remains unusually quiet about it, and the video continues to top "worst music videos ever" lists today.

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* While most will agree that {{Music/Rush}}'s song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMSFqXGZ5TQ "Time Stand Still"]] is one of their best ever songs, the video, on the other hand, has next to no supporters because of how awful it is. The video shows the band and guest singer Aimee Mann flying around in mid-air through some studio and over some lazy chroma-keyed backgrounds, with [[TheyJustDidntCare next to no effort put into it looking at least mildly effective]].effective. The video hasn't shown up on any one of their DVD releases and the band remains unusually quiet about it, and the video continues to top "worst music videos ever" lists today.
14th Jul '16 6:13:20 PM TheFallofElDorado
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* While the film can't go on the Horrible/AnimatedFilms page due to there being a reasonably large fanbase, something that can be unanimously agreed on is that the soundtrack for ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'' is '''''appalling!''''' The film soundtrack track features covers of old and new songs including [[Music/BobMarley "Three Little Birds"]], [[Music/ElvisPresley "Trouble"]], [[Music/KellyClarkson "Stronger"]], the song the movie's named after, and several others and turns them into [[WereStillRelevantDammit dated and pop-heavy shells of their former selves]]. The fact that it's a JukeboxMusical makes it feel like [[{{Padding}} the songs were only added so that the film would make the 90 minute mark]]. There's a reason why Creator/{{Disney}} wants [[OldShame nothing to do with this film]] and instead released it under Creator/TouchstonePictures [[AlanSmithee so that no one would dare associate them with the film]]. [[https://youtu.be/B1fagEMRlT0 Cellspex goes into further detail on this]].

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* While the film can't go on the Horrible/AnimatedFilms page due to there being a reasonably large fanbase, something that can be unanimously agreed on is that the soundtrack for ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'' is '''''appalling!''''' The film soundtrack track features covers of old and new songs including [[Music/BobMarley "Three Little Birds"]], [[Music/ElvisPresley "Trouble"]], [[Music/KellyClarkson "Stronger"]], the song the movie's named after, and several others and turns them into [[WereStillRelevantDammit dated and pop-heavy shells of their former selves]]. The fact that it's a JukeboxMusical makes it feel like [[{{Padding}} the songs were only added so that the film would make the 90 minute mark]]. There's a reason why Creator/{{Disney}} wants [[OldShame nothing to do with this film]] and instead released it under Creator/TouchstonePictures [[AlanSmithee so that no one would dare associate them with the film]]. [[https://youtu.be/B1fagEMRlT0 Cellspex goes into further detail on this]].
9th Jul '16 9:28:22 AM WillBGood
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* While the film can't go on the Horrible/AnimatedFilms page due to there being a reasonably large fanbase, something that can be unanimously agreed on is that the soundtrack for ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'' is '''''apaulling!''''' The film soundtrack track features covers of old and new songs including [[Music/BobMarley Three Little Birds]], [[Music/ElvisPresley Trouble]], [[Music/KellyClarkson Stronger]], the song the movie's named after, and several others and turns them in to [[WereStillRelevantDammit dated and pop-heavy shells of their former selves]]. The fact that it's a JukeboxMusical makes it feel like [[{{Padding}} the songs were only added so that the film would make the 90 minute mark]]. There's a reason why Creator/{{Disney}} wants [[OldShame nothing to do with this film]] and instead [[AlanSmithee released it under]] Creator/TouchstonePictures [[AlanSmithee so that no one would dare associate them with the film]]. [[https://youtu.be/B1fagEMRlT0 Cellspex goes into further detail on this]].

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* While the film can't go on the Horrible/AnimatedFilms page due to there being a reasonably large fanbase, something that can be unanimously agreed on is that the soundtrack for ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'' is '''''apaulling!''''' '''''appalling!''''' The film soundtrack track features covers of old and new songs including [[Music/BobMarley Three "Three Little Birds]], Birds"]], [[Music/ElvisPresley Trouble]], "Trouble"]], [[Music/KellyClarkson Stronger]], "Stronger"]], the song the movie's named after, and several others and turns them in to into [[WereStillRelevantDammit dated and pop-heavy shells of their former selves]]. The fact that it's a JukeboxMusical makes it feel like [[{{Padding}} the songs were only added so that the film would make the 90 minute mark]]. There's a reason why Creator/{{Disney}} wants [[OldShame nothing to do with this film]] and instead [[AlanSmithee released it under]] under Creator/TouchstonePictures [[AlanSmithee so that no one would dare associate them with the film]]. [[https://youtu.be/B1fagEMRlT0 Cellspex goes into further detail on this]].
9th Jul '16 9:25:59 AM WillBGood
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* Brian Wilson's (yes, the one from Music/TheBeachBoys) song "Smart Girls", released only as a radio promo from the unreleased album ''Sweet Insanity'', in which Brian ''raps'' over samples from many of his earlier hits. The results are... [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sz0SnpN_O00 sad.]] Is it surprising to add that Brian at this point was dominated by [[TheSvengali his svengali-like]], highly unethical "therapist" Eugene Landy[[note]]whose meddling behaviour was already known, and remarked on by Andy Paley during the sessions for Brian's solo SelfTitledAlbum[[/note]] and Creator/SireRecords point-blank rejected the album once they heard it? The only good thing that can be said about the ''Sweet Insanity'' fiasco is that it resulted in a lawsuit that allowed Brian to disentangle himself from Landy and later undergo a CareerResurrection, while Landy himself was hit with more legal action and lost his medical license due to the gross malpractice and abuses that he had indulged in towards Brian.

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* Brian Wilson's (yes, the one from Music/TheBeachBoys) song "Smart Girls", released only as a radio promo from the unreleased album ''Sweet Insanity'', in which Brian ''raps'' over samples from many of his earlier hits. The results are... [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sz0SnpN_O00 sad.]] Is it surprising to add that Brian at this point was dominated by [[TheSvengali his svengali-like]], Svengali-like]], highly unethical "therapist" Eugene Landy[[note]]whose meddling behaviour was already known, and remarked on by Andy Paley during the sessions for Brian's solo SelfTitledAlbum[[/note]] and Creator/SireRecords point-blank rejected the album once they heard it? The only good thing that can be said about the ''Sweet Insanity'' fiasco is that it resulted in a lawsuit that allowed Brian to disentangle himself from Landy and later undergo a CareerResurrection, while Landy himself was hit with more legal action and lost his medical license due to the gross malpractice and abuses that he had indulged in towards Brian.
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