Friday, May 23, 2008

Rock Revival's Most Worst Insipid Songs Ever

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Inspipid, from the French insipide, from Late Latin insipidus meanslacking flavor or zest; not tasty, lacking qualities that excite, stimulate, or interest; dull.

Theres alot to chose from when picking the top five; here goes

1. Imagine: JOhn Lennon

This is light years ahead of the other contenders, probably the most overplayed and dullest song ever recorded. A suitable testament to John Lennon's celebrity activism

2. Candle in the Wind: Elton John

Watching Elton do this at Diana's funeral was probably the most insipid moment there has ever been in rock.

3. Stuck in a Moment (September 11 Version): U2

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4. Every Breath You Take: The Police

A brilliant white reggae band goes bland

5. Your'e My Inspiration: Chicago

What a come down after their brilliant debut, when they were called Chicago Transit Authority

2 comments:

Barbara(aka Layla) said...

Hmmm, I can agree on all these except "Imagine" I still love that song and always will :)

Anonymous said...

First of all you insult the great John Lennon by putting him on this list, and you insult a great band like Chicago that plays all different kinds of music, that most bands can't even touch. so I would recommend that you don't insult me or the great band Chicago (who should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Shame) I mean Fame. They play everything from R&B, Blues, rock, jazz, country, pop, swing, big band, etc. Most bands don't even play half of the amount of music they do. Mostly because their music is to complicated for most people. I am a musician and i know great musicians when i hear them. definitely not the most insipid song ever. who said that rock and roll bands can't have horns anyway.