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. Scat Rabies

    Scat Rabies Active Member

    Location:
    California
    "Welcome to the Jungle" and "Girls Girls Girls". The classic rock station here plays both of them at LEAST once a day. Enough.
     
    Motorcity supernaut likes this.
  2. Foreign Object

    Foreign Object Well-Known Member

    "Pour Some Sugar on Me" Such an awful song, and I cringe every time a classic rock station cranks it out.
     
  3. LivingForever

    LivingForever Always one more tomorrow...

    How has nobody mentioned Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” yet? :eek:

    The song that effectively got me away from ‘90s pop radio and into a world of great music; but I definitely DEFINITELY don’t need to hear it any more.
     
  4. Jimmy B.

    Jimmy B. Senior Member

    No one's mentioned We Built This City either.
     
  5. Technocentral

    Technocentral Forum Resident

    Location:
    Dublin, Ireland
    "Bohemian Rhapsody" or New Order's "Blue Monday".
     
    stushea likes this.
  6. ggergm

    ggergm you can't rollerskate in a buffalo herd

    Location:
    Minnesota
    Hotel California

    The song, the album, the mini-series. I want to move to an alternate universe where Hotel California is shut down and boarded up.

    It was the hot demo record when I started my career selling hi-fi. I heard it more than enough in the '70s. Then Hotel California was the hit from a live record, back in the store to be played fifteen times a day, but now with a high end even hotter than before. Eeeaoowww! In the last 24 hours I've had to listen to all the way through to play grade an album for sale. For the love of all things clean and pure and not fueled by a mountain of cocaine, can I go until 2030 until I hear it again?

    Maybe my tombstone should read, "This could be Heaven or this could be Hell."
     
    Last edited: Jan 15, 2020
  7. Stone Turntable

    Stone Turntable Dedicated Listener

    Location:
    New Mexico USA
    Still waiting to hear the name of one damn song I wouldn't gladly hear again, as part of being alive in this time and loving popular music.
     
    Jarleboy and L.P. like this.
  8. Hey just for you my fellow Canuck...
    " Black cars look better in the shade."
     
    ggergm likes this.
  9. Scott S.

    Scott S. Indie Music Curator

    Location:
    Walmartville PA
    crappy crap between the moon and New York City
     
    Jimmy B. likes this.
  10. Oh !I wouldn't think that.
     
    Sear likes this.
  11. CliffL

    CliffL Forum Resident

    Location:
    Sacramento CA USA
    I can remember getting overloaded on "Stairway" back in early 1972, they were already playing it way too much!
     
    oldsurferdude likes this.
  12. DeRosa

    DeRosa Forum Resident

    There was a period of time in the mid 90's when between Alanis and Sarah Mclaughlin it wasn't safe to turn on a radio.
     
    Hammerpeg and CDmp3 like this.
  13. Kent Gray

    Kent Gray Resident

    Location:
    Missouri
    I've mostly found Queen too rich for my blood. I thought Queen II had some excellent material on it, but it was just ... too much. And "Bohemian Rhapsody" is like poison to me.

    And "Imagine" OMG! Lennon is my #1 favorite artist - but I never want to hear that song again. IMO, he should have retired after "Instant Karma".
     
    Motorcity supernaut likes this.
  14. Maltman

    Maltman Somewhat grumpy, but harmless old man.

    Location:
    Vancouver Canada
    Nice one. Hadn't heard them before. Little touch of Reggae in there.
     
  15. Shriner

    Shriner Forum Resident

    Location:
    Ann Arbor, MI, USA
    Another vote for "Imagine". I'm old enough I should be tired of a lot of songs listed in this thread, but "Imagine" is the only one that I just can't do any more.
     
    Gumboo and FillmoreGuy like this.
  16. I have Hotel California as a DCC CD. Great aound8ng but haven’t felt the need to listen to it in three or four years.
     
  17. neo123

    neo123 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Northern Kentucky
    Walk The Moon - Shut Up And Dance

    Every damn sporting event still plays this song, like it's still a fresh brand new song. I absolutely hate it.

     
    stushea likes this.
  18. Squealy

    Squealy Forum Hall Of Fame

    Location:
    Vancouver
    I will accept that as it isn't really a song about Christmas, or snow, or Santa, or baby Jesus.
     
  19. Spin Doctor

    Spin Doctor Forum Resident

    Where would you hear this besides Disney World?
     
  20. Mylene

    Mylene Senior Member

    Imagine
     
    Gumboo, rodentdog and oldsurferdude like this.
  21. Kent Gray

    Kent Gray Resident

    Location:
    Missouri
    Anything by The Doobie Brothers. Never cared for them.
    "Sometimes When We Touch", the ultimate pretension.
    "Imagine"
    Queen's hits (maybe not "Misfire", that one's OK).
    "Escape" Rupert Holmes.

    I could go on but I'm tired.
     
    Gumboo and Motorcity supernaut like this.
  22. You got it , amigo.
    That album came out in late '71 and it seemed like everybody had it. I was tired of hearing ' Stairway...' within a couple of months. And then ' Rock and Roll' started to get on my nerves. It will be a long time, be a long time , be a long lonely lonely time before I would want to hear it again.
     
    CliffL likes this.
  23. Peace N. Love

    Peace N. Love Forum Resident

    Yeah, I miss the days when that one was just a nice album track.
     
  24. Peace N. Love

    Peace N. Love Forum Resident

    I loved that track when it first came out but at some point in 1983 grew sick of it because you couldn't escape it. I haven't listened to it in a quarter century; actually tempted to put it on and see if I like it again.
     
  25. Mylene

    Mylene Senior Member

    Highway Star
    Smoke on the Water
    Stairway to Heaven
    Changes (Black Sabbath)
    Candle in the Wind
    Spirit in the Sky
     
    oldsurferdude likes this.

Share This Page