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Songs where Chicago, well, sucked: Gimme Five

Songs where Chicago, well, sucked: Gimme Five

Remembering the times when Chicago simply didn’t make us smile, the times when we were wishing they weren’t there.

Gimme Five: Songs where Genesis, well, sucked

There was the Peter Gabriel era, the Phil Collins-led edition, and then that Ray Wilson album. We’re not getting into which one was better — only when Genesis didn’t quite live up to our expectations.

Gimme Five: Songs where the Beach Boys, well, sucked

The Beach Boys have been showered with accolades since belatedly reuniting again with Brian Wilson, the results of which became their first original full-length album in decades.

Songs where the Eagles, well, sucked: Gimme Five

Songs where the Eagles, well, sucked: Gimme Five

Can you go the distance with these terrible songs by the Eagles? We’ll find out!

Songs where Pink Floyd, well, sucked: Gimme Five

Songs where Pink Floyd, well, sucked: Gimme Five

Everybody went through a Pink Floyd phase, right? But, the child is grown; the dream is gone.

Songs where the Beatles, well, sucked: Gimme Five

Songs where the Beatles, well, sucked: Gimme Five

There is much about the Beatles that’s easy to love. Still, lend them your ear and you’ll discover a few duds.

Gimme Five: Rock classics that you don't have to love

Gimme Five: Rock classics that you don't have to love

Spend enough time around rock music — or, at least, rock critics — and you’ll be convinced that any number of Seminal Works, Forgotten Gems and Timeless Standards are must-have items for your record collection. Even if they turn out to be, you know, retreads dressed up as brilliant pop redux (Gene Clark’s post-Byrds catalogue, many of Syd Barrett’s soloRead More

Songs where Ringo Starr, well, sucked: Gimme Five

When Ringo Starr recently announced that he wouldn’t be responding to any more fan mail, it occurred to me that he must be completely unaware of the disastrous foibles he’s unleashed on a loving but ultimately unwitting fanbase. Certainly likeable (at one time, anyway), Starr was and is a drive-by celeb, someone so lightning-strike lucky to have replaced Pete BestRead More

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