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50 Most Awesomely Bad Songs... Ever (2004)

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The 50 Most Awesomely Bad Songs...Ever performed on the list are these: 50. Sunglasses At Night - Corey Hart 49. I'll Be Missing You - Puff Daddy 48. Can I Touch You...There? - Michael Bolton 47. Something In Common - Bobby Brown 46. Two Princes - Spin Doctors 45. Sorry 2004 - Ruben Studdard 44. We Didn't Start the Fire - Billy Joel 43. Make Em Say Ugh, Pt. 2 - Master P 42. Cotton Eye Joe - Rednex 41. Some Girls (Dance With Women) - JC Chasez 40. What's Up? - 4 Non Blondes 39. Informer - Snow 38. Mesmerize - Ja Rule 37. From a Distance - Bette Midler 36. I Wanna Sex You Up - Color Me Badd 35. Heartbeat - Don Johnson 34. Butterfly - Crazy Town 33. Jenny From the Block - Jennifer Lopez 32. Broken Wings - Mr. Mister 31. You Remind Me Of Something - R. Kelly 30. Pimp Juice - Nelly 29. I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That) - Meat Loaf 28. Never Gonna Give You Up - Rick Astley 27. Rump Shaker - Wreckx n Effect 26. The Only Thing That Looks Good On Me Is You - Bryan Adams 25. You Rock My World - Michael Jackson 24. Sussudio - Phil Collins 23. Thong Song - Sisqó 22. Dancing On the Ceiling - Lionel Richie 21. I'll Be There For You (Theme from Friends) - Rembrants 20. Courtesy Of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American) - Toby Keith 19. You're the Inspiration - Chicago 18. Pumps and a Bump - Hammer 17. I'm Too Sexy - Right Said Fred 16. The Final Countdown - Europe 15. Mmm, Mmm, Mmm, Mmm - Crash Test Dummies 14. Will 2K (Featuring K-Ci) - Will Smith 13. Barbie Girl - Aqua 12. Hangin' Tough - New Kids On the Block 11. Rico Suave - Gerardo 10. The Heart Of Rock & Roll - Huey Lewis 9. Don't Worry, Be Happy - Bobby McFerrin 8. She Bangs - Ricky Martin 7. Party All the Time - Eddie Murphy 6. Breakfast At Tiffany's - Deep Blue Something 5. Ice Ice Baby - Vanilla Ice 4. Rollin' (Urban Assault Vehicle) - Limp Bizkit 3. Everybody Have Fun Tonight - Wang Chung 2. Achy Breaky Heart - Billy Ray Cyrus 1. We Built This City - Starship See more »


Jim Florentine: [about Nelly's song "Pimp Juice"] Not only is that a bad song but he actually put an energy drink out called Pimp Juice. I drank that stuff actually one night and after that I wrote a bad song.
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Enjoyable way to spend two hours
15 August 2004 | by (Virginia) – See all my reviews

VH1 is list obsessed. From 50 SEXIEST VIDEO MOMENTS to 25 GREATEST ROCK STAR CAMEOS, the channel seems to have a great love for showing list specials so it was no surprise when VH1 that there would be yet another list special airing. The list special, 50 MOST AWESOMELY BAD SONGS...EVER actually turned out to be a pleasant surprise. Somewhat in the spirit of "I Love the '80s", the special ended up being one of the better programs that VH1 has ever aired. I wasn't expecting much from it, but in the end, I was thoroughly entertained and amused by it. The commentators, though mostly unknown, are very funny and seem to be having a good time discussing some of the worst songs ever recorded. 9/10

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