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The Worst of 2011

Friday, December 23, 2011

It was the best of was the worst of sounds. We conclude Critics Week with a look at the biggest musical mistakes of the year with author and pop culture correspondent Andy Greenwald. And -- we ask you to weigh in.


Andy Greenwald

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Maroon 5, That Train dude, and the faux country pop scene where the males try so hard to be Bad-Boys, but are not, and the females all seek to be Hot, tough and stupid and succeed only on the last...most of R&B this year s/cked! Oh yeah Beyonce and the clones, and Fergie doing whatever, etc - all bad, and shows that pop-music seeks to please 15 yo girls, and only them...

Dec. 23 2011 07:08 PM

Dang I actually kind of loved that recording of the Occupy drummers/saxophonists. I'd like a recording of that.

Dec. 23 2011 04:42 PM
Dom from BK

Occupy should have used Miley Cyrus because it would have been 'good branding'...Fleet Foxes are disappointing because they are not edgy...unlike LMFAO? God save me from rentable talking heads.

Dec. 23 2011 03:12 PM
EVe from Williamsburg , BK

Can I say the bEST this year was SUfjan Stevens in Prospect Park at the Bandshell this summer. amazing concert!!

Dec. 23 2011 02:58 PM

REM went out with a anti-bang,

Dec. 23 2011 02:57 PM
Jason from Flushing

I am glad I don't carry a handgun. If I did, when I hear Maroon 5's "Moves Like Jagger" I'd probably hurt someone and then myself.

Dec. 23 2011 02:48 PM
Billy from Lower East Side

Friday might be on worst of 2011 list of many BUT we are still talking about her. She got her 15 minutes of fame and enough money to pay for college - any college!

Dec. 23 2011 02:47 PM
Bill from Queens

Lulu by Lou Reed and Metallica was an abominable craptastic sandwich.

Dec. 23 2011 02:42 PM
Kevin from Manhattan

Coldplay's continued demise and precipitous fall from decency with Xylo Myloto. Brian Eno actually destroyed this band. Go figure.

Dec. 23 2011 02:41 PM

It was not that bad, but I was frankly dissapointed in Puscifer's show at BAM. The music really wasn't up to the technical visual show and onstage antics that went on. Kind of got distracted by the antics, really didn't need the music.

Dec. 23 2011 02:04 PM
bob foley

one word...loutallica.

Dec. 23 2011 01:33 PM

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