The Top 10 Worst Albums of 2022

I don’t know if I can say 2022 was a good year for music. There was good music released, obviously, lots of it, but overall it felt like the good music didn’t make as much of an impact as the bad. I try to find what trends, movements, albums, and songs defined the year for everyone, but frankly it seems like what brought everyone together was the music everybody disliked. I heard more about how people didn’t like “Twinkle Twinkle Little Bitch” and Jack Harlow than I heard the collective people celebrate new music that they enjoyed. And I don’t blame them, because while I enjoyed a good deal of music this year and love what ended up on my Best List, it was the music I couldn’t stand that took up the most space in my brain. It felt like a lot of shit dropped in January and just didn’t stop, and it honestly kind of affected my mood for the rest of the year and how often I put out content. I still ended up with a Best List I was happy with, but to put it in perspective I had to make a lot more cuts for my Worst List than I had to for my Best List this year. It’s as perfect as a time as any to reiterate that the albums that end up on my worst list aren’t defined by “the presence of bad” but instead “the absence of good”. I’m more turned off by a competent record with no heart or soul than someone giving their all and failing, so keep that idea of “the absence of good” in mind when you see what I did or didn’t include and where I ranked them, especially for my top 3. Like last year, this is a countdown from 10 to 1 with 1 being the worst, with a handful of Honorable Mentions thrown in before we get into the list proper. And remember, this is just my opinion, this is just a fun thing to round out the year and it ain’t that serious. Let’s put this shit to bed. This is The Top 10 Worst Albums of 2022.

Post Malone - Twelve Carat Toothache
10
~Honorable Mention~

I honestly forgot this record even existed until working on this list, and it seems like everybody else did too. After being practically inescapable in the late 2010’s, it felt like everyone immediately stopped caring about Post Malone in 2022. I’d say I feel bad, but seeing this record’s lack of energy, memorable tunes, decent production, thoughtful lyrics, and good vocal performances, it’s not hard to see why.
DJ Khaled - GOD DID
10
~Honorable Mention~

There was a lot of terrible choices for the Grammy nominations this year, but THIS record’s inclusion for the rap category has to be at least Top 5. Do I even need to explain why? No one actually believes DJ Khaled deserves rap album of the year besides DJ Khaled.
Aaron Lewis - Frayed At Both Ends
10
~Honorable Mention~

This is not the worst example of an hour long boring slog made by an alt-right bigot on this list, but god damn it is somehow even more tedious than you‘d assume it would be. Can’t believe Chris Lord-Alge and Ted Jensen‘s names are attached to what’a essentially a bad performance at a coffee shop open mic night.
Meghan Trainor - TAKIN' IT BACK
10
~Honorable Mention~

It’s one thing to make a boomer ass song about how any new music that’s not old school has no soul - “I was born in the wrong generation” ass take - but it’s REALLY out of pocket coming from Meghan considering her music is literally just as sterile and bland as the radio hits she’s criticizing if not much worse, the only difference being interpolating some really corny elements of gentrified doo-wop, jazz, and soul. Blegh, next.
Drake & 21 Savage - Her Loss
10
~Honorable Mention~

I thought this would make the list until a certain last minute addition knocked it off. That said, this is an hour of dull, low quality Drake B-sides with 21 Savage slapped onto them that was clearly made to gain back positive perception after so many recent L’s have cracked his foundation, and the only reason it worked is that Drake has effectively lowered the bar so much for his music that his first album that wasn’t worse than his last has people acting like it’s a return to form. In all honesty, I’d be surprised if any track here has the legs of “More Life” or “Scorpion”. Another bloated album of nothing from Drake, this time with 15 minutes of 21 Savage.
Muse - Will of the People
40
~Honorable Mention~

And finally, this shitty record that I can’t seem to get enough of.

Full disclosure, this is also one of my Honorable Mentions for the best list. Muse sucks, I love them
RuPaul - MAMARU
10
#10 RuPaul - MAMARU

It feels right that “MAMARU” is the first album mentioned on my Worst List considering this was the first new album I listened to this year and, consequently, set a shitty tone for the rest of the year. RuPaul’s has been releasing awful music for a while, but Jesus Christ this is a new low. I don’t know why Ru’s team decided hyperpop was where her music should go, I guess because she needed a new audience since nobody listens to the bargain bin house music she’s been pumping out. And maybe she did need a new direction, but clearly hyperpop was not it. Ru does not listen to hyperpop and she clearly doesn’t like doing it, and predictably nobody went out of their way to listen to the hyperpop tracks off of “MAMARU”. Ru and her producer’s take on the genre was cheap, cookie cutter, and formulaic, watering down and removing every sense of edge, subversiveness, and fun from one of the most subversive and fun genres out there right now - to the point that it might have actually killed hyperpop. Think about it, what other big hyperpop albums were there this year? Every main player in the scene either didn’t release anything or dropped the genre entirely to do something new, making “MAMARU” the biggest hyperpop album of the year. How do you make an album so bad it kills an entire genre? This doesn’t even get into how scummy this record feels, with Ru trying to profit off of a genre pioneered by trans people when Ru has a lengthy history of transphobia. This was oddly a common theme for the rest of the list, spoiler alert: albums that exploited genres, movements, and/or cultures that the artists didn’t respect or put any love into. And while “MAMARU” wasn’t the worst example, as a transwoman and hyperpop fan, it felt gross watching RuPaul - an out of touch, transphobic sellout - rip the heart out of a genre I hold near and dear to my heart to appeal to the tasteless and basic portion of his audience. Sashay away indeed.
DaBaby - Baby On Baby 2
#9 DaBaby - Baby On Baby 2

YOU. ARE NOT. BLACKBALLED. MOTHER FUCKER YOU ARE NOT BLACKBALLED. Be fucking for real, DaBaby. You’ve got millions of followers that you’re more connected to than ever through social media. And many people have said worse things about the LGBTQ+ community and have unfortunately survived the backlash - especially during during this new age of anti-queer rhetoric, your career should be fine. Despite what some may say, people are pretty forgetful and forgiving when you‘ve got the hits to keep them happy. Quit lying to yourself. You’re not blackballed by “the gays”, you stopped making hits. It ain’t that deep. Have you ever considered that maybe people just don’t want to listen to your lame, one dimensional music anymore? That people are tired of your repetitive ass flow you do every song - even if you’re off beat? That they’re tired of your lack of bars, or your awful bars, or your annoying use of ad-libs, or your choice of goofy, cheap, amateur production and mixing? That people saw through your bars about Megan Thee Stallion for what it was - a desperate to keep the spotlight on you when you don’t have the talent or the charisma to maintain relevancy? And I don’t know, maybe it’s because you’ve been making the same song over and over again since 2019, and you’ve somehow gotten worse every time you’ve done it? Maybe that’s why no one heard “Baby On Baby 2”, DaBaby. Not because you were blackballed by “the gays”, but because no one wants to listen to another one note, bottom of the barrel DaBaby album. I don’t know, do better maybe?
Gabbie Hanna - Trauma Queen
10
#8 Gabbie Hanna - Trauma Queen

This isn’t the worst rock album on this list, nor the worst album trying to manipulate a narrative, but it’s a very deadly combination of the two. I don’t think anyone was expecting a good Gabbie Hanna album in 2022, but god damn this was a real dumpster fire, especially considering this was in development for four years. Gabbie may genuinely think “Trauma Queen” is subversive and has anything interesting to say, but I don’t think anyone genuinely believes that unless they were 12 years old. You’d probably have to be even younger than that to think this was a hard hitting rock record, because god damn the rock tracks on this thing are so sterile and wimpy they make GAYLE’s alphabet song sound like Slipknot. And seeing that Gabbie’s yell-singing and middle school poetry literally not improving at all since 2018 is almost hilarious if it weren’t so ear grating. But all of that practically doesn’t matter compared to the album’s biggest issue, which is that it tries to manipulate you into thinking Gabbie’s the victim in the countless controversies she finds herself in. I don’t want to listen to an album that tries to make me feel bad for you getting called out because you rather torment your former best friend for years than just apologize for being buddy buddy with their rapist. It’s a gross attitude to have and it makes for an even grosser listen. This isn’t higher because practically no one listened to this album and frankly her music career is basically done after this, if not her entire career as an online creator. I wouldn’t be surprised if the only audience Gabbie Hanna has after all of this is just from onlookers gawking at the ugly spectacle and not any real genuine fans who appreciate her art. If “Trauma Queen” is anything to go by, it’s definitely for the best.
Skillet - Dominion
10
#7 Skillet - Dominion

Skillet has been sucking for *twenty six years*, and yet somehow “Dominion” might be the most they’ve ever sucked. Bold thing to say considering their catalogue, but god damn John Cooper and co. have really stretched the limits of what this formula is capable of. This is probably the album that’s the most behind the times of today’s culture on this list, which is saying something because RuPaul is near retirement age. But while other bands have found new ways to modernize nu-metal and make it unique to them, Skillet seems to be stuck in 2009; taking all of their cues from better bands from the past and then watering down to the point that it doesn’t even sound heavy at all anymore - Hudson Mohawke’s “Cbat” is legitimately harder than anything here. From the stale, generic riffs to the poorly produced and dated sound to the cheesy “rise up” anthems to John Cooper’s garbage disposal of a singing voice, “Dominion” doesn’t sound heavy or badass, it sounds goofy. What makes this album even cornier than it already is is Skillet’s unawareness of how goofy this all is - Skillet is very sincere and takes this very seriously; they’re oppressed for being Christians god dammit. But while it’s easy to mock Skillet’s self-seriousness and John Cooper’s heroic “fight the atheist oppressors” delusion (literally singing from the perspective of Jesus Christ on the closer, because of course he is), during a year where Jewish people are actually facing very real and dangerous bigotry and oppression for what they believe in, Cooper’s badass victim fantasy for daring to be a Christian goes past being a silly narrative not to be taken seriously to something that is actually tasteless and shameful. During a time where marginalized communities have faced more systematic hate campaigns and attacks than ever, Skillet’s attempts to make fake Christian oppression porn as sports anthems on “Dominion” would be seen as offensive and gross if it didn’t sound like absolute ass.
Kanye West - Donda 2
10
#6 Kanye West - Donda 2

“Donda 2” just makes me sad thinking about it. Not just because of its many faults, but they don’t help. Even removed from the album’s context, the many unfinished lyrics and beats, the amateur production, the awful mixing, the terrible lyricism and performances, and the directionless concept would have always landed this on my worst list. And let’s be real, even if “Donda 2” was finished it would still be a bad album, the record is fundamentally broken in its foundation, these demos are basically unsalvageable. But everything about this album - from its haphazard release, to its unfinished state and the fact that it likely won’t be finished, to the manipulative and violent behavior throughout an album dedicated to Ye’s mom, to nobody in his corner talking him out of it and even encouraging him - depresses me because it reminds me of how awfully Kanye is doing right now. Kanye has been spiraling for a while and many people having been making excuses for it or straight up ignoring it while he’s obviously been getting worse, pretending the emperor’s wearing clothes just because of the great music he used to make and hoping that maybe he’ll make great music again. Well I don’t think we’re getting another “MBDTF”. I think we let him spiral too far, because the most coherent I’ve seen Kanye in years was when he was on Alex Jones praising Hitler. Ye got indoctrinated when he was vulnerable and now he’s successfully fallen into the alt-right pipeline and is probably too deep to come out, all while pushing millions of people towards white supremacy. Returning to “Donda 2” just reminds me of Kanye’s state of mind, how he was failed by everyone around him, left to deteriorate and be taken advantage of, and now we have a man pushing out demos as if they’re art and spewing hatred as if it’s truth. What else can I say? Fuck, man.
Machine Gun Kelly - mainstream sellout
10
#5 Machine Gun Kelly - mainstream sellout

How is this not #1? In a better year, this would have been the worst album released by a long shot. We’re not even in the Top 3 yet. The reason why this isn’t higher is that Travis Barker’s drums do provide very brief moments of relief. Hey, at least it’s something; hard 0/10’s from this point on. But even if the drums are solid, does that really make “mainstream sellout” worthy of a Grammy?! I’d argue that was the most out of touch nomination the Grammy’s have made to date - no one thinks Machine Gun Kelly made the best rock album of the year, he hasn’t made the best ANYTHING. “mainstream sellout” isn’t just bad, it’s obviously bad. The music is corny and basic, the production is too clean and watered down, MGK’s vocals sound likes he’s mocking people who make or enjoy pop-punk, the way he talks about girls on multiple tracks here is creepy, the way he approaches mental health is completely surface level and shallow, his sense of rebellion is purely aesthetic and hollow, and good god everyone who lands on this album comes across as completely unlikeable. This record is a nightmare blunt rotation of features and appearances. To its credit, however, “mainstream sellout” isn’t soulless like the next four albums. MGK does have a soul, though he tried his hardest not to expose it. But in an effort to tell off his critics and prove that he deserves his spot and should be seen as edgy and punk, he accidentally became more revealing than I think he intended to be. Beneath how whiny, childish, bitter, obnoxious, and unlikeable he presents himself, Colson comes across as insecure and afraid. I think he’s scared everybody might be right about him; that he may be a poser playing dress up, that he might not really be about that life, that he may be just another washed up Hollywood brat and have more in common with a city he hates than his hometown of Cleveland. Judging from “mainstream sellout”, I’d say he’s right to be concerned.
Black Eyed Peas - ELEVATION
0
#4 Black Eyed Peas - ELEVATION

will.i.am. Talk to me. What is this? What are we even doing here? Why would you ever make an album like this? It’s a rhetorical question, I know exactly why, but…really?? Some albums suck because they’re reflective of bad taste, some suck because they’re reflective of no taste, but “ELEVATION” manages to be both. Many artists sell out and only care about making money, but at least they usually try to manufacture something resembling good. The Black Eyed Peas are not only shamelessly hit chasing, they don’t even have the self-regard to hit chase in a way that can resemble tasteful. It’s one thing to jump from trend to trend to remain on the charts, it’s another to make an entire cartoonishly horny gentrified reggaeton track based off of a current meme that won’t even be relevant in a month. And the song isn’t even funny! Or a good song! The Black Eyed Peas have spent close to two decades taking whatever sound is popular at the time and easy to make, watering it down to its most generic and flavorless level, and then dumbing it down to its lowest common denominator, and I’m astounded that people are still able to stomach it. Judging from “ELEVATE” as well as a recent interview they did with Haute Living, making money seems to be the only thing on the trio’s minds. If valuing numeric and financial metrics over artistic integrity is their, prerogative, fine. But I have to ask, are they proud of any of this? Do they feel fulfilled making milquetoast club anti-bangers like “JUMP”, or midi noise monstrosities like “FIRE”, or heartless Mike Love level nostalgia bait like “DON’T YOU WORRY”? I feel like any self-respecting artists want to look back on their career with a sense of pride and accomplishment, and when the money inevitably dries up I don’t think albums like “ELEVATION” will provide any of that. Stop pissing away the very little dignity and good will The Black Eyed Peas have left and make music with at least a little fucking heart.
Drake -  Honestly, Nevermind
0
#3 Drake - Honestly, Nevermind

Drake had a bad year. No one can argue Drake’s brand is at risk, but by all accounts his seemingly secure foundation cracked this year. And what cracked it wasn’t “Certified Lover Boy”, continuing to eagerly collab with DJ KHALED, or losing beef to a vegan - it was “Honestly, Nevermind”, where Drake dared to do the same thing he usually does but over stock house beats this time. I want to push back against the narrative I keep seeing: this isn’t experimenting, this isn’t a change in style, this is no “Kid A”, this is the same ol’ Drake we’ve gotten for years. Complaining about relationship issues over moody instrumentals? What else is new. That’s why I think people rejected “Honestly, Nevermind”, I think people are tired of same ol’ Drake. After “CLB”, Drake doing the same bullshit he always does was always going to face pushback. The fact that the instrumentals pulled influence from house only exacerbated his flaws because Drake is the antithesis to everything that makes house great. House music is fun, catchy, high energy, opulent, empowering, colorful, makes you want to sing and dance, and *at least* a little bit gay. But Drake’s music refuses to be any of those things. House isn’t dance music you can’t dance to, it isn’t tuneless and uncatchy. You can’t mumble off key over bland and weak beats. And most importantly, you can’t be fucking boring. God, I’m not sure if “Circo Loco” or the millions of Drake fans calling this a good house album is more insulting to Daft Punk’s legacy. And Drake knows he fucked up, because he did one of the most embarrassing things you could do - responded to the criticism with a “I’m not bothered, you just don’t get it” post on ig. Pure stench of insecurity. All in all, “Honestly, Nevermind” stinks. I’m tired of collect the check Drake. Im tired of Drake not trying. I’m tired of the biggest artist in the world sounding like he’d rather do anything else. Give us all a year off, Drake. You need it.
Panic! at the Disco - Viva Las Vengeance
0
#2 Brendon Urie - Viva Las Vengeance

peepeepoopoo music

I’m still shocked that so many other people were shocked by how bad this was. Don’t get me wrong, this is Urie’s worst album, but “Viva Las Vengeance” sounds like the logical conclusion of the last decade of his career. The “Brendon Urie Best Live Vocal” comps and the “Bohemian Rhapsody” cover was always leading to this. Lyrics that don’t mean anything to fill up space, gaudy and tacky production, goofy and stupid musical decisions, and AWFUL singing. I’m shocked that so many people are just now realizing the man can’t sing. He’s never been able to, he’s been straining and shrieking for at least the last four albums, the only difference is that he does it all the time now because his ego is so inflated and he isn’t using the modern production techniques that usually carry him. Well hopefully this is a wake up call, because good god he sounds like shit. He sounds like he’s making fun of his own voice on “Star Spangled Banger” and “Sad Clown” and he’s blatantly missing notes and struggling to stay in tune throughout. Side note, I’ve never heard a 35 year old sound so much like an 80 year old pervert than I did on “Sugar Soaker”; why would you make a song about your wife like that? There’s a distinct quality to all of this - from the in your face musical mush in the production and compositions, to the heavy use of thesaurus words and references instead of meaningful lyrics, and especially to the pterodactyl screeching - that feels like a desperate theater kid trying too hard to impress you, and it leads to this album feeling egotistic, empty, and soulless. Urie wants to be this generation’s Freddie Mercury, but in order to get Queen’s endurance he’d have to get his head out of his ass, knock off the desperate showboating, and make music that’s genuine with heart and soul. And the sinkhole of anticharisma and hubris known as “Viva Las Vengeance” proves that that is not something Brendon's capable of doing.
Tom MacDonald & Adam Calhoun - The Brave
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#1 Tom MacDonald & Adam Calhoun - The Brave

It wasn’t even close.

I know it’s a meme to dunk on these guys, but there was nothing I listened to that was as miserable as “The Brave”. Some might say I should have given this spot to someone more obviously bad like MGK, but to me the “worst” album of the year is the one most absent of good, and what is Tom MacDonald & Adam Calhoun if not the absence of good? Shitty beats, terrible mixing, no flows, no lyricism, horrible shout-singing, AWFUL hooks - what can be considered good about this? Nothing. There is nothing of value or redeemable about “The Brave”. But the worst aspect of this album isn’t the absence of artistry, or the attempts they make to be offensive, it’s how cynical it is. More and more I find this phenomenon where right wing shitheads make and consume media not to be enjoyed for its artistry - because there isn’t any - but because they agree with its shitty politics. The nod and pat on the back saying “don’t worry, your hateful worldview is right” is the point, the art does not matter. It’s happening with books, movies, ESPECIALLY comedy, and now music. This album doesn’t function as music, that’s not why people are listening. They want to hear what they already agree with, and what that is outright bigotry. It just goes to show you these insidious leeches will try to infect and ruin everything that matters. Wealth inequality is ruining people’s lives, nothing is being done about systemic racism, antisemitism is rising, women have lost the right to bodily autonomy, and there’s a trans genocide, and Tom MacDonald & Adam Calhoun are able to CHART because whiny bitches are mad it’s not polite to say slurs? Fuck all the way off. It’s fucking insulting to the art form. People only listen to this because it doesn’t make them feel weird for being bigots, no one enjoys this as music. Therefore, “The Brave” isn’t music, it’s white supremacist cocksucking, and that’s why it’s The Worst Album of 2022.
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1w
i hate donda but its not ''bad''
1w
its fine if you dont like it but its not bad
1w
her loss is so good what are you talking about
6mo
I wonder if you like drake
10mo
you got a mile of comments here
11mo
I'm unsure as to why Ru is on here, I still love the stuff that she puts out. But that is just me because I love the show, also Donda 2 never was really finished. But being a Kanye fan and going through all the crap last year was rough, and this album started that crap. Also stay mad Drake fans.
1y
tripping for her loss that album is great
1y
bruh, you cant say that you have music taste if you dont like Post’s album
1y
You really write very well! I've enjoyed reading this a lot. But wish you happier music times haha
1y
Honestly the only reason why Tom Macdonald will never end up on any of my worst lists is because I just can’t be bothered to even review him
1y
@NoOffenseBut yeah I noticed when I saw your year ranking, hoping for both of us next year won’t be as bad.

@Namira next year will be all Drake please forgive me 😢

@Brando thank you for the kind words!

@calebmullings54 oh trust me I wish the year would have been good enough for Chainsmokers to end up on this list

@JonasFernandes trust me you’re better off for it

@marvelgaryen thank u 💅
1y
hmm agree with all but would have placed Drake in all ten slots cuz I understand one bad album but two? Sinful
1y
You really put yourself through some terrible albums this year. My bottom of the list is quite similar.
1y
Thank god i didn't listened those albuns, they look a genuinely piece of crap.
1y
accurate
1y
Good job on the list! While I’m not familiar with some of the albums and I don’t agree with some of the choices, I do agree with a few of the choices on here and this is a really good list.
1y
@calebmullings54 yeah, that’s certainly something I noticed as well. I didn’t seek out artists that were harmful, hateful, and/or problematic, my lists aren’t an ethics contest, but so many of them not only made bad records but felt the need to also insert their worst self into what they created, and a few were even rewarded for it. It’s disappointing and concerning, but I’m hopeful that at the end of the day great music will outlive the ones listed here and the people who made them
1y
@R_TheMan_J I’m glad you liked it! Yeah, I feel you. Let’s just say I hope this year’s worst dominates the end of decade list, cus if it doesn’t then we really went down the shitter lol.

@nah_ thank you so much for reading! And fair enough, I know I’m one of the harsher critics towards that record. Even if I don’t like it it’s certainly better than CLB and Honestly, Nevermind

@alexareviews thank you for reading! I’m glad you enjoyed how it came out!!
1y
@eyn @KillBill @DM_Orbit thank you so much!! 💚💚💚

@unoriginal trust me, you weren’t missing much. And thank you for reading!

@Kodan I had to do it to them lol

@AutExtrovert thank you! And proceed with caution with Viva Las Vengeance, it’s certainly a challenging listen to say the least lmao

@WildCosmia it had to be done 😔

@Doofly Muse

@Matheus thank you so much, I really tried to get these lists right and I’m glad people have been receptive.
1y
Thank you @arsheeza ! Honestly those albums deserve to be forgotten about, and you probably don’t deserve the torture of my Top 3 lol. And yeah, Yitler and Drake fucked up to say the least

@Lucmun thank you so much! Yeah, i really couldn’t stand that Slipknot record either. If it weren’t for the fact that Skillet is technically considered metal I’d say that Slipknot had the worst metal album this year, which is a shame cus I still love their early records.

I’ve heard harsh noise records that were more pleasant to listen to @saucetester

@UltimateLifeFrm yeah you’re better off. Can’t say I’m looking forward to revisiting them when 2029 rolls around and I have to do a worst of the decade list. Thank you for the support!
1y
Really good list, I agree with all of them, also I really liked the reviews for each album as well!
1y
Thank you all for the kind words! I’ll respond to some of these individual messages when I can as I’m busy tonight, but I am just overwhelmed by the support you all have given over the last two years and for these lists. They’re my big project for the year and they take most of my time, effort, and care, so I’m over the moon with how you’ve all responded and I cannot emphasize how grateful I am 💚💚💚
1y
Great list! Though i do kinda disagree with the Her Loss ranking personally cause that was one of his better records to come out recently imo. I enjoyed reading either way!
1y
Amazing list all the way through, your view of these albums are point, specially on "The Brave".
1y
Great list! I totally agree with the opening paragraph as well, the end of this year made me more excited for the worst lists than anything. Dare I say it, 2022 might be a worse year than 2020 was, but that just might be the internet brain rot talking.
1y
awesome list!!!!!
1y
the muse mention lol
1y
wow, that makes me even more curious about viva las vengeance. good list
1y
I missed out on three of the top 10 unfortunately. Great list though!
1y
Viva Las Vengance was so hard to get through, literally sounds like nails on a chalkboard
1y
I've put myself through 8 of the albums on here.
I'm glad I stayed away from the likes of Viva Las Vengeance & The Brave. They seemed like legit torture.

Great list, too.
1y
I'm a little soft with the MGK album, and I'd definitely have Slipknot right beside that damn Skillet album. Everything else here that I've heard is unlistenable, so major kudos for devoting time to giving em what they deserve!
1y
I forgot half of these album did exist like the Skillet album they released (lol) and I even forgot that Posty released his new album lol. Great list although I have to listen such dumpster fire albums like the new Tom Macdonald album, mainstream sellout and Viva Las Vengeance but yeah, hard agree on Drake's Honestly Nevermind and even Yitler's Donda 2 as well.
1y
@MAGECRVFT you know I gotta do it to him 💩 and thank you so much!
1y
W list, bigger W for putting shitty brendon urie poopoo
1y
holy fuck holy fucking fuck, that body of yours is absurd
1y
@VideoBoy lol thank you! Gotta admit it’s not easy relistening to these but I do my best to make the list happen 😅
1y
respect for torturing yourself into listening to all of these and spending at least some time thinking about them to write something serious about them. couldn't be me, I would've given up
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