Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Pretty Girls, Ugly Faces (Of The Day)

A good sense of humor can cover a multitude of ugly. From Reddit.

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The 30 Worst Albums By Great Bands (Of The Day)

Lists like this tend to stir up emotions, so I will remind you that these are the OPINIONS from writers on the various sites I used (see source list at bottom for more titles and reasons for selection).

Pink Floyd, The Final Cut 

Bob Dylan, Down In the Groove

Rolling Stones, Dirty Work or Bridges To Babylon

David Bowie, Tonight

Van Morrison, Beautiful Vision

The Clash, Cut the Crap

AC/DC, Fly On The Wall

Neil Young, Old Ways

Van Halen, Van Halen 3

The Who, Face Dances

Green Day, 21st Century Breakdown
Elvis Costello, Mighty Like A Rose or Goodbye Cruel World

Red Hot Chili Peppers, One Hot Minute

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, American Dream

Aerosmith, Rock in a Hard Place

Queen, Hot Space

Morrissey, Kill Uncle

R.E.M., Up

Led Zeppelin, Presence

Megadeth, Risk

Weezer, The Green Album

Iron Maiden, Virtual XI

Linkin Park, A Thousand Suns

Guns N' Roses, Chinese Democracy

Santana, Supernatural

U2, Pop

Sonic Youth, NYC Ghosts & Flowers

Pearl Jam, Binaural

Agree? Disagree? What other titles belong here?

Sources: Rolling Stone, Ultimate Guitar, Spike, Ranker, Diffuser, Stereogum.

News: Song Crafted In The Deepest Pit Of Hell Wins Big At Grammys

From The Onion.

Song Crafted In The Deepest Pit Of Hell Wins Big At Grammys

LOS ANGELES—A song forged by the Ruler of Darkness himself in the blackest bowels of the accursed underworld proved to be the big winner at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards Sunday, taking home an impressive six of the music industry’s top honors, including Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance. 

“This was a huge night for [the fallen angel Lucifer],” said E! Online reporter Alyssa Toomey, praising the three-minute single formed from the Wicked One’s own acidic bile and the tortured shrieks of the eternally damned, which was spewed forth from the ninth circle of Hell last year and spent 10 weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. 

“It was a great show all around, but at the end of the evening it was all about [the Great Deceiver, Father of Lies]. Make no mistake, [the King of the Bottomless Pit] has still got it.” 

The infernal track of pure evil capped its amazing night with a victory in the show’s most coveted category, Record of the Year, beating out five other songs also produced by Satan.


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