improves Judas Priest.
improves Judas Priest.
"The practice of sport is a human right. Every individual must have the possibility of practicing sport, without discrimination of any kind and in the Olympic spirit, which requires mutual understanding with a spirit of friendship, solidarity and fair play." –Olympic Charter
I think I need to add this to my Hell's Playlist. I made one for a friend who decided we should compete to make the worst imaginable playlist and torture each other on a drive from LA to Las Vegas.
There were only two rules: (1) All the songs had to be available on iTunes and (2) No Phil Collins.
My playlist had:
John Gora: Karma Chameleon Polka
Gheorge Zamfir: Can't Fight the Moonlight (on pan flute)
Pat Boone: We are Family
Leonard Nimoy: The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins
Rednex: Cotton Eyed Jo
William Shatner: Mr. Tambourine Man
Pat Boone: I'm Proud to Be an American
Tom Jones: Lady Madonna
Veggie Tales: Proud Mary
Jessica Simpson: These Boots are Made for Walking
Toby Keith: Courtesy of the Red, White & Blue
And some horrid techno version of Against All Odds (we decided that it skirted the rules, but was okay)
Needless to say, I won in a landslide.
I wanted to add Phyllis Diller's cover of Satisfaction, but it wasn't on iTunes.
Last edited by reckless; 06-29-2011 at 05:55 AM. Reason: ETA: It's amazing what you can find on YouTube and Yahoo Music
Wait--Michael Buble did a cover of Bridge Over Troubled Water? I wanna listen to that!
It's official. I am madly in love with Meryl Davis.
While I'm absolutely *no* fan of Michael Bolton's, Pride is pretty much the worst track on The Unforgettable Fire. I was an avid fan of U2 in their early days of Boy, War, and Under A Blood Red Sky, but that album was the end of my fandom of the band and their music.
Beginning with The Unforgettable Fire (save for the title track), every release of theirs since is utter shite - U2 has without a doubt one of the absolute worst rhythm sections in rock music, and Bono's obnoxious, greasy, pompous, self-important attitude is a total turn-off.
Rockin' Tom Jones." I wonder if they removed it when iTunes got the rights to sell the Beatles' music.
Michael Bolton makes me want to chew on my own liver.
No Hell's Playlist is complete without Nickelback.
Actually, if this finally kills "Hallelujah" and no one ever sings it again, I'll be a happy, happy person. It's already schlock.
(And anyone who has not figured out by now that PeterG is yanking everyone's chain, get your sarcasm/sardonic meters checked... )
I had heard that Michelle Kwan will be coming out of semi-retirement so she can skate to Mikey's abridged version of Fields of Gold
Last edited by FunnyBut; 06-29-2011 at 03:46 PM.
Maybe he'll cover "Unforgetable" and edit out Nat King Cole, so he can duet with Natalie?