Worst Albums of 2006

2006-12-19 16:29
Telling bands and artists we don't like them is what's called "tough love" - or being cruel to be kind. We're saving them years of frustration in the music business. Of course, some of the albums we hate are selling like hotcakes...

The Nominees for worst album are... P. Diddy - Press Play
What Diddy lacks in talent, he makes up with hired talented guests, great producers, and business skills. Sadly, none of these can save him.
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Hurt - Vol. 1
A desperately middle of the road American rock album, by desperately touted newcomers.
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Foster and Allen - Sing the Number 1's
First crime: There's an apostrophe in Number 1's! The next bad decision is the inclusion of the song "My Ding-A-Ling".
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Paris Hilton - Paris
If Paris Hilton turns out more stuff like this, she might take over our brains and make us like it.
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Toni Braxton - Libra
Wayne Newton's job is under threat, as Toni Braxton morphs into a Vegas lounge act. Review and song clips

Starla - Naopal
Starla takes on the world, one lad mag centrespread at a time... Review and song clips

Falling Short - Feel Free to Complain
SA Christian rockers prove the Devil still has all the best tunes
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Sandi Thom - Smile... it confuses people
There's something rotten about the irony of Sandi Thom's success - and she's crazy!
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Bob Sinclar - Western Dream
The Osama Bin Laden of pop?
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- Jean Barker

They didn't make our hearts ache, they made our ears ache. These are the albums we never want to hear again, as long as we shall live.

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