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So wussie it didn't make it to the list!

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So wussie it didn't make it to the list!

Postby Mechi » Tue Aug 01, 2006 3:59 am

Reading the list of wussiest songs ever in another thread, I realised that there were many songs missing. So, let's make our own wussiest songs ever list and next to each track, admit if we like or don't each song.

My list
Lavender- Marilion (like it!)
The reason- Hoobastank (hate it!)
Stars- Simply red (like it!)
I want to hold your hand- The Beatles (like the band, not this song)
Boys don't cry- The Cure (like it but wussie as hell)
You're beautiful- James Blunt (hate it!!)
Year of the rat- Badly drown boy (not sure if I like it or don't but is wussie)
Walking shade- Billy Corgan (yuk!! I want the pumpkins back)
Bring on the dancing horses- EATB (love it but it's so wussie)


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Postby rotator » Tue Aug 01, 2006 5:40 am

this may have been a recent thread, but I think that list missed the irony of REMs 'Shiny Happy People'.....shows how shallow the print media is or it shows their contempt of their audience...probably both.
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Postby hutter » Tue Aug 01, 2006 8:00 am

Anything by Morrisey.
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Postby Mechi » Thu Aug 03, 2006 1:15 pm

The more you ignore me, the closer I get...
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I'm like in a phase in which I'm listening to love songs and sensitive music. I don't know why... but I should put my head in the fridge and hit it several times to take this phase off. [:p]
I've hardly listened to any JD in this last month. And I've been listening to bands like Keane and Snow Patrol.
I think it's a sort of duel or something. [?]


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Postby hisoka5150 » Fri Aug 11, 2006 8:10 pm

give them a break...ok thy're just trying to explore the
mediocrity of music.....[:o)]

britney and christina....the wussiest of them all[:(][:(]
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Postby Panorama » Sat Aug 12, 2006 4:01 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by Mechi[/i]
The reason- Hoobastank (hate it!)
Bring on the dancing horses- Echo and the Bunnymen (love it but it's so wussie)
[/quote]I quite like these two songs.

[quote][i]Originally posted by hutter[/i]
<br>Anything by Morrisey.
[/quote]No. No, No. Morrissey's 1992 CD "Your Arsenal" was brilliant. Everyday Is Like Sunday and Suedehead are as well.

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