20 Most Awesomely Bad Songs of 2004 (2004)

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VH1 and Blender Magazine present the 20 most awesomley bad songs of 2004--the best of the worst!

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Josh Groban, worth the award for worst song or not.
14 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I remember watching this on TV ages ago, as he sang the chorus to "you raise me up" followed by him being bashed by other actors and artists, saying that he was too young to act like he was depressed and jaded. Soon after I saw the PBS special "Live at the Greek" and was blown away by how the song was not depressing, but rather joyous. I'm sure that most people know him by now as the singer for the "Polar Express" theme, and also for the theme to "Troy". Both were very well done by Josh Groban.

I enjoy him as an artist and, if you've watched this special, not to be put off reviewing the other titles that he's been in. He has an amazing talent for performing both theatrically and musically, with a powerful voice and much charisma.


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