From Smash Mouth, Train picked up an earworm that burrowed into society's asshole, laid 4.7 million iTunes eggs, and gave birth to a grey cloud of banality that covers the Earth. [...] (For those of you who arrived late, Smash Mouth was a band from the late '90s that was formed when a soul patch met cake frosting. Their wikki-wikki scratching and dorkpie hats did to music what blood-soaked clowns do to the dreams of sleeping children.)
I feel lucky to report that with the exception of the Salem track, I haven't heard any of these songs!
And I'm going to keep it that way.
The only song I've heard on that list is the one from Godsmack. I guess that's a good thing, considering what I know of the performers on that list.
I may or may not have heard that Salem track (I've heard one song of theirs, and I don't care which one it was because it made me want to hear precisely zero others), and I may or may not have heard that Die Antwoord track (same situation).
Neither of these happenings were intentional. Just like how if I ever hear any of the other songs on that list, it won't be intentional either.
Hell, I'm so crotchety, I don't even recognize most of these bands.
Although I did see Train live, at the Addison Oktoberfest. We had women with us. They insisted. At that point, I'd had probably something like half a dozen big beers - and it's amazing how shitty music will sober you right up.
I encountered a few these songs the way I encounter most pop music these days, during the few seconds of digging for the remote to fast forward through the commercial that they appear in.
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Not sure if it's intentional or not, but images and embeds aren't showing up with posts in search results.
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I don't know how to make the search results page show full entries.
The preview thing doesn't flicker or reload the image for me on Safari or Firefox on Mac.
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