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Old 07-20-08, 10:50 AM
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most hated band/artist

the majority of every single birtish indie bands
their all the exact same
and are all talentless
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what's a "birtish" band?
Old 07-20-08, 11:13 AM
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Layne Staley/Alice In Chains
Old 07-20-08, 12:16 PM
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Originally Posted by gary s
the majority of every single birtish indie bands
their all the exact same
and are all talentless
I bet they can all spell simple words correctly whilst at the same time displaying a modicum of grammatical knowledge though....
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I'm really glad you joined DVDtalk to start such an intelligent discussion... I fucking hate birtish indie bands too...they just pale in comparison to their British counterparts.
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me hate nickelback
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I would not mess with the Birtish -- they were a force to contend with in WWI.

WWI-Birtish-Military
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Obviously the OP has never heard of the Wildhearts.
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Nirvana.

Always has, & always will by my most hated band.
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Styx. People my age (40s) mostly love them still. I hated them in high school, hate them now, will always hate them. Luckily my wife agrees or it might have been a deal-breaker.
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Originally Posted by Ginwen
Styx. People my age (40s) mostly love them still. I hated them in high school, hate them now, will always hate them. Luckily my wife agrees or it might have been a deal-breaker.
I agree. I always loved (well hated, but loved the irony) of all the disco bashing on Freaks And Geeks, while the characters loved Styx. Give me some of the worst disco over Styx
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Justin Timberlake!! Urgh!

Irritating and talentless - and boy has he made zero talent and maximum geekiness go a VERY long way.
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I don't know if I really "hate" any band, but nickleback and creed are pretty bad.
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After the mid 70's the Bay City Rollers were pretty much universally hated.
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sutpid Birtchish Bands and thair Ouver rattednes....... wow.


at any rate... its Creed
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Many "artists" today only seem to inspire indifference in me, but there is one that raises my bile without question:

Kanye West
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Originally Posted by Ginwen
Styx. People my age (40s) mostly love them still. I hated them in high school, hate them now, will always hate them. Luckily my wife agrees or it might have been a deal-breaker.

People still listen to Styx? I was shocked when I learned that they were ever popular. Same with REO Speedwagon (although they had at least a good song or two)
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I'm afraid I truly enjoy listening to REO's stuff... so my opinion may not be valid. Having said that, my choices:

Paula Cole. I really hate her voice. Her lyrics, if you take a moment to listen to them, are ridiculously pretentious and annoying.

Alanis Morrisette's voice and fake persona circa 1997 irritated the crap out of me. The whole "I'm a wicked tough girl... who whines and yelps a lot because I got dumped" thing that was manufactured by her handlers drove me nuts. She seems much more tolerable these days.

Jimmy Buffet, I like some of his classic period stuff, and I understand he's more of a business man than a musician, but two decades of "parrothead" shilling has become toxic. Nobody has beat a dead horse like Buffet.

Eric Clapton. He's done too much good stuff in his (distant) past (along with a bunch of crap) for me to fully hate him, but the unplugged version of "Layla" from his latter days has broken me inside. If I hear that bland, narcotic, going nowhere, fake blues strumming with the sleepy "I'm just here cashing checks" voice again at my gym, I'm going to pull the speaker off the wall. He should have kept Cream together.
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1. Journey and Boston
2. '80s "hair metal" in general - Poison, Motley Crue, Ratt
3. That new wave of British metal crap like Iron Maiden and early Def Leppard, and I'll tack Judas Priest in there as well
4. James Blunt
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I thought the answer to this question was always Limp Bizkit.
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Boston & Styx are on tour together... I'm seeing them Wednesday (I do PR at/for the venue)
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The Beatles
Pink Floyd
Radiohead
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Originally Posted by ike0000
I thought the answer to this question was always Limp Bizkit.
I'm amazed that LB and Fred Durst took 22 posts to get mentioned.

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