Friday, March 6, 2009

The Top 40 "Top 40" Songs I Never Want to Hear Again...Ever (Vol. 3)



(in some sort of order)

1. Katy Perry - I Kissed a Girl
2. Soulja Boy - Crank That
3. Shop Boyz - Party Like a Rockstar
4. ZZ Top - Legs
5. Taylor Swift - Love Story
6. Kid Rock - All Summer Long
7. Britney Spears - Womanizer
8. Nickelback - If Everyone Cared
9. Gretchen Wilson - Redneck Woman
10. Black Eyed Peas - Let's Get it Started
11. Cher - Believe
12. Aerosmith - Love in an Elevator
13. Lifehouse - Hanging By a Moment
14. All-4-One - I Swear
15. Jet - Are You Gonna Be My Girl?
16. EMF - Unbelievable
17. Ashlee Simpson - Boyfriend
18. Tal Bachman - She's So High
19. J. Geils Band - Freeze Frame
20. Paula Cole - I Don't Wanna Wait
21. Spice Girls - Wannabe
22. Backstreet Boys - Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely
23. Village People - In the Navy
24. Tracy Chapman - Give Me One Reason
25. Sheryl Crow - Steve McQueen
26. Cameo - Word Up
27. Sir Mix-A-Lot - Baby Got Back
28. Hammer - 2 Legit 2 Quit
29. Technotronic - Pump Up the Jam
30. Nelly - E.I.
31. Sixpence None the Richer - Kiss Me
32. Billy Squier - The Stroke
33. Toni Braxton - Unbreak My Heart
34. Duncan Sheik - Barely Breathing
35. Ashford & Simpson - Solid
36. Lee Ann Womack - I Hope You Dance
37. Heavy D. & The Boyz - Now That We've Found Love
38. Blues Traveler - Hook
39. Onyx - Slam
40. Earth, Wind & Fire - Shining Star

2 comments:

grantfacekillah said...

in order to achieve a complete and total distancing of one's self away from the radio waves carrying this audio air pollution, one would need to transplant themselves into a major urban market.

Aaron said...

I used to know a bright kid with an even brighter future. His life was headed straight down the path to success. Then, one night he got a little loose after a few margaritas at Lonnie Richardson's annual pool party. He said some discriminatory opinions about a particular rap group from the 1990's known as ONYX. His friends begged him to stop saying things he might regret, but he kept right on. As he walked home that dark night a vehicle pulled out in front of him and stopped. No one really saw what happend after that. One witness claimed he saw three men "all up in some dudes face." When the bystanders finally walked up on the young man lying in the street they saw exactly what his friends feared. He was in fact "slammed." The police investigation was closed the very next day with only this statement being released "boys will be boys"