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    Most shockin' CDs in your collection

    Been sorting out my CDs just now..

    Ash - Meltdown, this really is some awful music.
    Spoon - Gimme Friction, souless pap.
    Wilco - Sky Blue Sky, stfu Tweedy.
    Paris, Texas - Like You Like An Arsonist, my god this is ****.

    Know some of the older members will definately better this.
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    First CD I ever owned was Ricky Martin's self-titled CD. Great piece of music.
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    I have a sick compulsion to buy movie soundtracks - thankfully now with iTunes I normally manage to just buy whatever particular track from the soundtrack has caught my compulsive focus, but it's led to me boasting such highlights as the soundtracks to:
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyc View Post
    First CD I ever owned was Ricky Martin's self-titled CD. Great piece of music.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyc View Post
    First CD I ever owned was Ricky Martin's self-titled CD. Great piece of music.
    Probably the only person I know who didn't have that **** pre-teen music stage, cuts me up.

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    None of these are that bad. I have Meltdown too, it's pretty dire but not wildly embarrassing. Most of my direst music was when i barely bought any CDs, the album i now hate most out of all those i own is Maroon 5's Jane album.
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    Don't own Meltdown, admittedly, but 1977 is a corker IMHO. Can't imagine Ash ever releasing anything that wanky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uppercut View Post
    None of these are that bad. I have Meltdown too, it's pretty dire but not wildly embarrassing. Most of my direst music was when i barely bought any CDs, the album i now hate most out of all those i own is Maroon 5's Jane album.
    ...tee hee ...thats an album I own too...bought cos its about Jane...which is my name(tho spelt differently)....dont think I have listened to it in years...think I have carefully 'lost' it now.....
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    That's why it's not that embarrassing, though. People look at it and go, "oh yeah, Ash, they're not a bad band" and you respond with a ".. yeah..." and move on quickly. But when you actually listen to it, it's seriously dire. Every song (particularly the lyrics) makes palms hit faces and toes curl violently.

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    I had Savage Garden's first album - actually did lose that somewhere along the way.

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    Some Westlife, some Linkin Park, some Sum 41, some other random crap that I enjoyed when I was 9.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyc View Post
    First CD I ever owned was Ricky Martin's self-titled CD. Great piece of music.
    When you went to the counter to buy it, did the sales assistant ask you "do you really want it, do you really want it, do you really want it..."?

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    Has to be:

    Ali Azmat - Social Circus
    Live - Birds of Prey

    The former being the epic example of an album with one good song and a dozen ****ty ones. I could add Offspring on here but I don't think I ever made it through the whole thing.
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