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Who's your most HATED band?
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I'm noticing a bit of an influx of terrible pop punk bands at the moment. But I have to say, I really do hate Pink Floyd, and get a lot of slack for it. And Led Zeppelin. I just can't bring myself to see why exactly they are so brilliant.

Above all else, though, and for mutilating Hello, Goodbye, I'm going to pick the Jonas Brothers. Not talented, annoying, and with absolutely no meaning or passion behind their songs. And people call them the new Beatles.a-hard-days-night-paul-11

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Paulie. said:

I'm noticing a bit of an influx of terrible pop punk bands at the moment. But I have to say, I really do hate Pink Floyd, and get a lot of slack for it. And Led Zeppelin. I just can't bring myself to see why exactly they are so brilliant.

Above all else, though, and for mutilating Hello, Goodbye, I'm going to pick the Jonas Brothers. Not talented, annoying, and with absolutely no meaning or passion behind their songs. And people call them the new Beatles.a-hard-days-night-paul-11


Yeah terrible pop punk has been around for awhile, I remember when I was a young teenager my favorite bands were Good Charlotte, Blink 182, Sum 41 and others. They make me cringe now, but back then I wasn't nearly as cool as the group of teenagers on this site. It took me a few more years to find the Beatles, but thankfully I did.
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GniknuS said:

Paulie. said:

I'm noticing a bit of an influx of terrible pop punk bands at the moment. But I have to say, I really do hate Pink Floyd, and get a lot of slack for it. And Led Zeppelin. I just can't bring myself to see why exactly they are so brilliant.

Above all else, though, and for mutilating Hello, Goodbye, I'm going to pick the Jonas Brothers. Not talented, annoying, and with absolutely no meaning or passion behind their songs. And people call them the new Beatles.a-hard-days-night-paul-11

 


Yeah terrible pop punk has been around for awhile, I remember when I was a young teenager my favorite bands were Good Charlotte, Blink 182, Sum 41 and others. They make me cringe now, but back then I wasn't nearly as cool as the group of teenagers on this site. It took me a few more years to find the Beatles, but thankfully I did.
 

Completely in the same boat, man a-hard-days-night-paul-1I used to think that Avril Lavigne was just the cheese, and Billie Joe Armstrong was my god *facepalm*

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Paulie. said:

Above all else, though, and for mutilating Hello, Goodbye, I'm going to pick the Jonas Brothers. Not talented, annoying, and with absolutely no meaning or passion behind their songs.


It's funny you say that. I noticed the same thing about them when I watched Paul McCartney's Gershwin Award ceremony at the White House. They played Drive My Car with Macca's band as backup and there was still no passion at all eminating from the stage. That was the first time I had seen them perform and thought maybe they were just nervous.

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