I've heard this enough, I don't need to hear it again for the rest of my days

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by englishbob, Jan 15, 2020.

  1. englishbob

    englishbob Its a s*** business Thread Starter

    Kent, England
    aka Songs, or all songs by an artist you don't necessarily have an issue with, but you've heard them so much during your life you really, really don't want to hear them again, ever.

    For me, its the Bee Gees, the 70's/falsetto years. Great songwriting, goes without saying, but those vocals now are like a rusty screw being drilled into my cranium over and over again.

    Unfortunately radio still loves to play them, with no sign of abating anytime soon.

  2. savemenow

    savemenow Forum Resident

    SE Pa
    Don McLean - American Pie

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  3. Hands down....' Stairway To Heaven'
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  4. Jackson

    Jackson Forum Resident

    MA, USA
    Whatever gets regular rotation on classic rock radio.
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  5. englishbob

    englishbob Its a s*** business Thread Starter

    Kent, England
    Where have you been!

    Indeed. It is my all time hated song of all time I think. I've never liked it.

    Maybe you liked it at some point and grew to hate it ?

    My similar one is Stairway to Heaven, so much so I can't face playing LZ IV anymore.
  6. agundy

    agundy Forum Resident

    Lock Haven, PA
    American Pie and Hotel California:rolleyes:
  7. Glass Candy

    Glass Candy Forum Resident

    I don't need to see another negative thread like this for the rest of my days.
  8. Peace N. Love

    Peace N. Love Forum Resident

    Most notable for me is the Beatles catalog, apart from Abbey Road and a few random tracks. Great stuff, but I've heard it too much.
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  9. MarcS

    MarcS Forum Resident

    Oradell NJ
    Every Breath You Take.
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  10. Orthogonian Blues

    Orthogonian Blues Forum Resident

    London, UK
    Sometimes one can get sick of the 'classics'.

    But it's always nice to hear a beloved song again after a break - you can experience all over again what made it great.
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  11. puffyrock2

    puffyrock2 Forum Resident

    Don't Stop Believin'
  12. englishbob

    englishbob Its a s*** business Thread Starter

    Kent, England
    Indeed. Some day "Hallelujah" will be great again
  13. digreyfox

    digreyfox Well-Known Member

    Lisbon, Portugal
    We are the champions (queen). Overplayed to death and snapped on commercials/film/tv shows. Was never one of my favourites to begin with but at this point I cringe anytime it comes on.
  14. Lownote30

    Lownote30 Bass Clef Addict

    Nashville, TN, USA
    Free Bird
    Brown Eyed Girl
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  15. englishbob

    englishbob Its a s*** business Thread Starter

    Kent, England
    I cringe usually when watching pub bands cover "Brown Sugar" and/or "Jumping Jack Flash"
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  16. Bobby Morrow

    Bobby Morrow Forum Resident

    Song should be called Screeching Out.
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  17. Bobby Morrow

    Bobby Morrow Forum Resident

    Whitney’s I Will Always Love You.
  18. HotelYorba101

    HotelYorba101 Forum Resident

    Sweet Child O' Mine
    Highway to Hell / TNT / Dirty Deeds
    Hotel California
  19. Andy Smith

    Andy Smith Forum Resident

    Funnily enough about 20 mins back I was about to upload a really great double disco CD called 'Flared Hits And Platform Soul' onto my ipod. I was unticking a few rubbish songs and thought "I never need to hear these again in my life....". Spooky eh?
    (For those with an interest, the offending songs were 'I Will Survive', 'Yes Sir, I Can Boogie', 'Young Hearts Run Free' and 'Go West'.)
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  20. jason202

    jason202 Forum Resident

    Washington, D.C.
    Any Red Hot Chili Peppers song recorded after 1995.

    Anything by The Eagles.
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    veloso2 Forum Resident

  22. rjp

    rjp Senior Member

    la bamba
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  23. graveyardboots

    graveyardboots Resident Patient

    Atlanta, GA, USA
    "Don't Worry, Be Happy" by Bobby McFerrin

    Stranger Things on Netflix has launched me into an '80s pop mood but that's the one single from that era that I still can't listen to on account of its overexposure back in the day.
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  24. HenryH

    HenryH Forum Resident

    About 8-10 years ago this was my reaction to anything by AC/DC.

    I was saturated with their early albums up to Back In Black while I was in university. Even then I thought I had pretty much heard enough of them. But then later on, the one local classic rock station that I could get on the radio at work would play an AC/DC song virtually every hour, and that's not an exaggeration. I could practically predict when the next AC/DC song was going to be played. That's when I finally said ok, I'm done with this.

    And it's not that I think that they're a bad band. They were just never my thing. And since then I pretty much shut them out whenever I hear them.
  25. Duke Fame

    Duke Fame Sold out the Enormodome

    Tampa, FL
    American Woman - Any version

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