For the space geeks/conspiracy theorists out there, I find this shit absolutely fascinating. These pics were staggered and released in the fall, but in case any of you missed it, check them out. Here's some amazing shots of the Apollo landing sites:
Well, I did it, you guys. I went through every song in this thread in a Chuck Yeager Faces of Death style challenge. I was on a search for the worst song ever. I really was. And special props to everyone who brought up BrokeNCYDE, the guys who introduced me to those legitimately awful Soulja Boy and Lil B videos, and especial props to shitting on "The Hardest Ever (T.H.E.)" by will.i.am. and that piece of shit Yourfavoritemartian bastard. I think we've found the worst artist ever in BrokeNCYDE, as well.
But, as I sat there and listened to everything, whether amateur, YouTube fare, pop music, or just a goddamned mess, I couldn't help but think, "I got that beat. I got that beat." So here I am, at the end of this thread, about to take us back to the beginning.
This thread was started to shit on the horrible work of Young Money, Cash Money Records. I think they've got a group of uneven rappers who either put out good or bad verses over either mediocre or unacceptable beats. Let us say I do not spend money on their music and leave it at that. But that has not limited my exposure to their actually (usually) decent king, Lil' Wayne, and in that exposure I have heard the worst goddamned song of all time.
This, my friends, is Phone Home.
It is so ill-conceived, so poorly executed, so goddamned nonsensical, so goddamned annoying, so badly mixed, that it is an unstoppable juggernaut of fucking horrible. It is almost fitting that it is thematically tied to the franchise often (mistakenly) blamed for the video game crash of the 80's. It is truly and completely awful, and it is a juggernaut. It cannot be altered.
For those who disagree, I introduce you to my runner-up, which is only runner-up because the bass part is technically still too much better than any part of Phone Home to allow Yoko's horrifying vocals. Proceed with caution, as this is LOUD.