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My vote goes to Sepultura's "Roots" CD. I mean, you go back and listen to the early stuff, stuff like Morbid Visions, Arise, Beneath The Remains, and even Chaos AD, and they blow Roots out of the water. The only reason "Roots" gets a worst CD vote from me is because it signifies the beginning of the downfall of one of the best death/thrash metal bands in existence. The first time I heard "Roots", I thought I was going to go crazy.

So, what do you think is the worst CD you ever heard?

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There is some pretty bad music around, but I'll go with Cloudly and name an album that sickened and sort of disapointed me.

'Chocolate Starfish...' by Limp Bizkit. Somewhat ashamedly I'll admit I'm sort of a Limp Bizkit fan - the first album was really good, the second ok - but this one it horrible. Musically, its still good - IMO Wes Borland is really one of the talents of the whole Nu-Metal explosion (contrast to Papa Roach, Linkin Park) but Fred Durst seemed to just dumb himself down for this album - I mean the lyrics on 3 Dollar Bill weren't half bad.

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Hoobastank - The Reason

It's the most recent album I've heard and currently embodies all that's wrong with the state of the music industry.

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I'm sure there are others I've heard in the past and can't remember but the most recent one has to be Kid Rock - Kid Rock. It seems like every song he does now follow the same formula. Start off slow and mellow and then get loud and heavy. I like some of his mellow songs and I like some of his heavier songs but I wish he'd just pick one style for each song! Every song doesn't need to be both!

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I'm sure there are others I've heard in the past and can't remember but the most recent one has to be Kid Rock - Kid Rock. It seems like every song he does now follow the same formula. Start off slow and mellow and then get loud and heavy. I like some of his mellow songs and I like some of his heavier songs but I wish he'd just pick one style for each song! Every song doesn't need to be both!

I agree, I personally think Kid Rock has some musical talent, but he goes through 3 or 4 different genres on each song, I'd much rather him just stay in one genre.

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Guns n' Roses' Appetite For Destruction

I'm sorry, I just fucking hate this CD. Only good song is Welcome To The Jungle. I regret stealing it from my dad  <_<

:angry:

You wanna play dirty, eh?

Sevas Tra by Otep...disappointed the hell out of me.

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My vote goes to Sepultura's "Roots" CD.

Same here.

Not that "Chaos AD" was that good, but the stuff before that ruled. This album made "Chaos AD" seem on par with "Arise".

I'd also chalk up some points for In Flames' "Reroute to Remain" for the same reasons I have for "Roots".

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Guns n' Roses' Appetite For Destruction

I'm sorry, I just fucking hate this CD. Only good song is Welcome To The Jungle. I regret stealing it from my dad  <_<

Listening to it right now and loving it! ;)

For me it's perhaps "Die Toten Hosen - Opium fürs Volk". Loved the Hosen before that album. They really changed their style back then (1996), but came back to their roots recently. Thank god.

I also have to mention Deep Purple's "Come Taste The Band" 1975. Purple without Ian Gillan just isn't the same...

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When I was in 8th grade, I got Korn's "Follow the Leader" for christmas because I thought I liked them. After hearing it the first time I felt so guilty for asking my parents to get it for me for Christmas. I honestly felt bad that they had wasted their money on such a shitty album. That cd didn't last too long, it sound found itself in the used section of a local record store.

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Good Charlottes most recent album (Never heard the first).

For some reason people these days think: Pop Band + Guitars = Punk band.

The first album was somewhat good. But yah, the most recent one sucked.

Does WWE Originals or William Hung count?

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I agree, I personally think Kid Rock has some musical talent, but he goes through 3 or 4 different genres on each song, I'd much rather him just stay in one genre.

Yup. I'd be happy with one style per song but even better would be one style per album. I'd like to see him do another album of his old rap-rock style, an album of all classic rock covers (done faithfully, not switching styles mid song like Feel Like Making Love), and even an album of country-rock. I think he could make some great stuff if he could just focus.

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I'd have to say Rush's - 2112 mainly because Its the biggest disappointment in my book. Thing is I'd never actually heard any of they're stuff, I'd just listened to the fan boys saying 'OMG RUsH Iz Teh GReAT!11!' so I decided, 'meh, what the hell'. ...Such a dissapointment, the album sucked at least in my opinion.

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