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The 7 - One Question... - What is the most shame inducing CD you own?
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#21 Posted on 3.10.05 0728.17
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The ones I hide at the bottom of the CD rack, you mean?

Those would be my wifes CDs... (thats my story and I am sticking to it!!!)

Celine Dion (3 or 4 of them....) and Cher
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#22 Posted on 3.10.05 0931.27
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    Originally posted by ekedolphin
    Some of my friends might say Styx's Kilroy Was Here album is shame-inducing



Not here my friend. I got it on cd, and I even saw the concert tour when it came to Pittsburgh (and I enjoyed the show very much).

In my own personal opinion, I think "Kilroy Was Here" is Styx's second best album, only behind "Paradise Theater".

My 11 year old daughter now listens to that cd all the time and really likes it.
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#23 Posted on 3.10.05 0942.24
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Gerardo - Mo' Ritmo
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#24 Posted on 3.10.05 1314.28
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I love that CD.
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#25 Posted on 3.10.05 1325.08
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Nelson - After the Rain. I know. I'm sorry.
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#26 Posted on 3.10.05 2223.21
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    Originally posted by Kevintripod
      Originally posted by ekedolphin
      Some of my friends might say Styx's Kilroy Was Here album is shame-inducing



    Not here my friend. I got it on cd, and I even saw the concert tour when it came to Pittsburgh (and I enjoyed the show very much).

    In my own personal opinion, I think "Kilroy Was Here" is Styx's second best album, only behind "Paradise Theater".

    My 11 year old daughter now listens to that cd all the time and really likes it.


Ja. Like I said, I love that album, and I think it's been unfairly stigmatized over the years. Then again, so has Styx. But I think they're one of the greatest bands ever.
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#27 Posted on 5.10.05 0926.06
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    Originally posted by Reverend J Shaft
    Nelson - After the Rain. I know. I'm sorry.
...I'm in that camp. I admit...I like that album.
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#28 Posted on 5.10.05 2007.10
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MC Hammer - "Please Hammer, Don't Hurt 'Em"
Puffy Ami Yumi - "An Illustrated History"

I think that's it.
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#29 Posted on 5.10.05 2246.07
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I would say Meat Loaf's "Bat out of Hell II: Back into Hell" but I've grown to appreciate that one a little. Call it a guilty pleasure. I would have to say my WWF: The Music CD's. I can't believe I wasted the money and they are all unlistenable now.
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#30 Posted on 6.11.05 1646.51
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Chipmunks.

Dance Mixes.

That's right, I pump the sped up Macarena. And Live La Vida High Pitched Loca.

Well I never really listen to it, but I'm thoroughly unashamed.

It's garbage, but it's fun garbage.
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#31 Posted on 6.11.05 1655.49
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    Originally posted by drjayphd
    The Simpsons Sing the Blues


I've had that on tape since i was about 7. It used to be one of the only things i'd play on my first ever walkman. I'll always love it.

I have the first Spice Girls album somewhere. I guess the younger guys have the edge for embarrassing pop CDs since they haven't had a chance to become retro and cool again yet.
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#32 Posted on 6.11.05 2036.27
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Will Smith - Big WIllie Style
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#33 Posted on 7.11.05 1518.59
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I have WCW Slam Jam and I like it for the sheer nostalgia of it.

Here is our worse...take your pick:
Debbie Gibson "Electric Youth"
Paula Abdul "Shut Up & Dance"
"Gone With The Wind" soundtrack
Michael Jackson "Bad" (my very 1st CD...got it for Christmas with the CD player)
All 4 One Christmas

I just bought New Kids On The Block Super Hits but it is a gag gift for Christmas.
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#34 Posted on 7.11.05 1544.51
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Not too many real embarassing purchases here. I'm not too ashamed that I bought two copies of Christina Aguilera's debut album (one was a double disc special edition), her spanish album, her x-mas album, and some singles. It was her cute/pre-ghetto phase. you can't deny she was alot hotter back then.

When I was living in the Philippines I bought alot of pirated cds years ago since they were so damn cheap (barely a $1 each!). If those count...well...you can put Kid Rock's "American Bad Ass" and Limp Bizkit's "Significant Other" on there.
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#35 Posted on 8.11.05 1100.36
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    Originally posted by GrubbyLongJohns
    Kid Rock's "American Bad Ass" and Limp Bizkit's "Significant Other"

    Originally posted by britishiles
    Michael Jackson "Bad"

    Originally posted by Super Shane Spear
    Will Smith - Big WIllie Style


I'm gonna stop viewing this thread since it's started to become nothing but an attack on my music collection. I can't be the only one that finds the Michael Jackson reference borderline blasphemous.
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#36 Posted on 8.11.05 1249.48
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I have several of the CDs listed including Meat Loaf "Bat Out Of Hell II" and a bunch of others.

I am just saying that the very first CD I ever owned was Michael Jackson "Bad". And that was back when I was into hair bands metal.
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#37 Posted on 8.11.05 1404.49
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Jamie Walters ... you know, the dude that Ray Pruitt, Donna's abusive musician boyfriend on Beverly Hills 90210?
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#38 Posted on 8.11.05 1431.46
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    Originally posted by Mayhem

    Jamie Walters ... you know, the dude that Ray Pruitt, Donna's abusive musician boyfriend on Beverly Hills 90210?


Ha! He was quite possibly the most unconvincing domestic abuser ever.

The closest I can think of is Bush's "Razorblade Suitcase." Not that other people think it's a really bad album, but I've always been of the opinion that it's absolutely awful.

Honestly, I'd probably have to go back to my old cassette tapes. I'm pretty sure I still have a "best of" compilation for Ray Stevens lying around somewhere. I think I was about 9 or 10 when I bought it, and I played the Hell out of it.

Yep, that's the one.
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#39 Posted on 8.11.05 1511.04
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    Originally posted by Mayhem

    Jamie Walters ... you know, the dude that Ray Pruitt, Donna's abusive musician boyfriend on Beverly Hills 90210?


Yep...the wife and I have that one also.

Man...a lot of my CDs would embarass you people.
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#40 Posted on 8.11.05 1734.40
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    Originally posted by Deputy Marshall
    The closest I can think of is Bush's "Razorblade Suitcase." Not that other people think it's a really bad album, but I've always been of the opinion that it's absolutely awful.


I'll see your "Razorblade Suitcase" and raise you a "Golden State".
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