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So Bad It's Good: Music you think is bad but still enjoy/find funny:

 1 0dd 1, Mon, 30th Apr '12 1:51:01 PM from Nowhere Land
Just awesome like that
Because this will be a hilarious thread.

It's not my first choice when it comes to this kind of music, but I certainly need to nominate Xaveria Hollander's version of The Beatles' "Michelle".

No, my first choice will forever be Black Out Band's "Video Games". Can't get enough of this nasally kid's singing.

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 2 Bananaquit, Mon, 30th Apr '12 3:14:04 PM from The Darién Gap Relationship Status: THIS CONCEPT OF 'WUV' CONFUSES AND INFURIATES US!
Columbia is tired of your s**t!
Disco Lucy

Strawberry Rap

“There’s No Business Like Show Business” from The Ethel Merman Disco Album also comes to mind.
The Movie Explorer: discovering oddities from the cinematic jungle.
 3 ithinkabouttrees, Mon, 30th Apr '12 3:37:41 PM from A dark and damp place
Carrier of Pigeons
[up] No, you're lying. THERE CANNOT PHYSICALLY BE AN ETHEL MERMAN DISCO ALBUM! What. the. actual. FUCK.

Back on topic, this cover of Bring Me To Life by a band called Wykked Wytch:

See for yourself

edited 30th Apr '12 3:39:26 PM by ithinkabouttrees

ADHD? Bitch please, those are battle instincts!
 4 Jhimmibhob, Mon, 30th Apr '12 6:02:31 PM from Arm's reach of the julep machine Relationship Status: My own grandpa
Gentlemen:

edited 30th Apr '12 6:03:05 PM by Jhimmibhob

"She was the kind of dame they write similes about." —Pterodactyl Jones
Eternally dreaming...
I always try to keep bringing this up, but his screams (or attempts at screaming) are so goddamn hilarious that it deserves it. Oh, how the mighty have fallen. He's gotten better recently, though.

edited 30th Apr '12 6:26:05 PM by x86x2

Someone wake me from this nightmare, I've become my darkest fear...
 6 Mike K, Mon, 30th Apr '12 7:13:52 PM from planet earth Relationship Status: YOU'RE TEARING ME APART LISA
Back on topic, this cover of Bring Me To Life by a band called Wykked Wytch:
This is the So Bad It's Good thread, not the Awesome Covers of Terrible Songs thread.

Somebody's got to say it: Friday.
Everything is perfect / it's falling into place / I just can't wipe this smile off my face
 9 Bananaquit, Tue, 1st May '12 1:26:54 PM from The Darién Gap Relationship Status: THIS CONCEPT OF 'WUV' CONFUSES AND INFURIATES US!
Columbia is tired of your s**t!
No, you're lying. THERE CANNOT PHYSICALLY BE AN ETHEL MERMAN DISCO ALBUM! What. the. actual. FUCK.

Oh, it exists. Read what The Other Wiki has to say. And yes, it’s actually entitled The Ethel Merman Disco Album.

Disco actually pretty much jumped the shark long before that, when stuff like the aforementioned “Disco Lucy” and, well...this started cropping up. The genre was on life support when Saturday Night Fever came along and extended its lifespan by a few years.

Oh, and also (nothing to do with disco):

The Movie Explorer: discovering oddities from the cinematic jungle.
 10 inane 242, Tue, 1st May '12 1:34:45 PM from A B-Movie Bildungsroman
Anwalt der Verdammten
Gary Marston – Late Night Dinners and Jackpot Winners

A teenager who can't sing, a distorted breakbeat, some country music sample, and guest vocals by none other than Adolf Hitler.
 11 NEO, Tue, 1st May '12 1:38:50 PM from Dark matter dimensions Relationship Status: GAR for Archer
Anything I've ever heard by Stance Punks. Dat singing.
No regret shall pass over the threshold!
 12 JHM, Tue, 1st May '12 2:17:09 PM from Neither Here Nor There Relationship Status: I know
 13 0dd 1, Tue, 1st May '12 7:28:59 PM from Nowhere Land
Just awesome like that
guest vocals by none other than Adolf Hitler

Hey, if you want a big name to sing your hook, might as well go for the biggest.
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 14 Master Inferno, Wed, 2nd May '12 5:28:10 AM from Ideal City Relationship Status: Cast away
All Pop, No Culture
"What's Up?" by 4 Non Blonde. Can't be bothered to find a video of it, but the chick sounds like a bad Alanis Morissette impersonator. I thought it was an Alanis song until I read a Cracked article that mentioned it.

edited 2nd May '12 5:28:44 AM by MasterInferno

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 15 Mike K, Wed, 2nd May '12 9:13:56 AM from planet earth Relationship Status: YOU'RE TEARING ME APART LISA
3 microphones forever
[up] Although that song actually came out when Alanis Morissette was pretty much unknown outside of Canada and only had a pair of now-Old Shame pop albums out. But yeah, the vocal affectations in that song are pretty ridiculous.
 16 0dd 1, Wed, 2nd May '12 1:30:15 PM from Nowhere Land
Just awesome like that
[up][up]I always liked the remix of that song—I'd never actually heard the original until a year or two ago, so I'd never actually paid attention to the vocals too much. I always thought it was sung by a black man rather than an angry woman, though, I dunno why.

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edited 5th May '12 9:26:56 AM by thomwim

Magic people, voodoo people!
 18 Inmost Light, Sat, 5th May '12 9:50:23 AM from The Carnival
Pretty Little Horse
No, that's "So bad, fucking kill me now please have mercy"
This is the age of decay and democrazy
What is the price of your soul?
Heading for tomorrow
Every atrocious -core song is better with a mondegreen video.

Out of Context Theater: Mike K

"'Bloody Pussies' cracked me up"
 20 Stillbirth Machine, Mon, 7th May '12 4:04:46 PM from The Womb ov Impurities
Heresiarch Command
Behold... The Arctopus are pretty failtacular but amusing if you can stand all the unnecessary instrumental fellation.

Graal is the problem with most "experimental" or "avant-garde" music personified - everything smushed together for the sake of merely sounding "lolrandum" and creating little more than a merry-go-round of assembled disorganized influences - showboating of personal tastes at its worst. Still, it is amusing in a sort of amateur-ish way.
Only Death Is Real
 21 0dd 1, Mon, 7th May '12 8:42:51 PM from Nowhere Land
Just awesome like that
@That Graal track: Wow, it's like the best parts of "Tomorrow Never Knows" ruined by a severe misunderstanding of "Revolution 9" with a dash of Nickelback on top of it.

This is utter genius, this needs more views and comments!!!

Artognou 2 months ago

Keep dreamin', hipster.

edited 7th May '12 8:43:18 PM by 0dd1

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 22 Inmost Light, Mon, 7th May '12 9:12:31 PM from The Carnival
Pretty Little Horse
[up][up]2deep4u
This is the age of decay and democrazy
What is the price of your soul?
Heading for tomorrow
That Graal song sounds like Ved Buens Ende fell down a flight of stairs and suffered severe brain damage.

And as for the Arctopus...they need to listen to Watchtower. They need to listen to Watchtower many times. They need to take notice of how Watchtower do all those cool time signatures and changeups without losing the momentum or energy of the song.

edited 7th May '12 10:10:58 PM by WoolieWool

Out of Context Theater: Mike K

"'Bloody Pussies' cracked me up"
 24 Pipping Fool, Mon, 7th May '12 10:17:51 PM from Sydney, The Vivid City Relationship Status: Getting away with murder
Man of Flowers
Miracles, Juggalo Island - Insane Clown Posse.

Ass - Big Sean.

Holy shit, that's top-notch terrible fun. I'm always in stitches rafter listening to those.
The darling of darlings
Moronic, pretentious fan
I like Behold The Arctopus. But then again, I also like Brain Drill, so I think my tolerance for wankery has gotten a little too high.

On the other hand, yeah, that Graal song. The amusingly nonchalant vocals are one of my favourite parts.
Because I choose to.
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