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1. Red Hot Chili Peppers-worst band ever. And you can hear them three times in an hour.

2. U2-Sing the same tune over and over. Thats twice too many.

3. Bon Jovi-US is not NJ.

4. Dylan-needs to work on his protesting style.

5. Rolling Stones barely beats out the Beatles. Because I can't stand it no no more.

Most underrated band of all time is The Animals. Tell'em Redd Foxx.


You are a fans radio ever?

Rico Dittmer

1.)Bruce Springsteen: how does a Jersey boy end up with a southern drawl...I guess the same way Bob Dylan did...

2.) Green Day: pretending to be angry british punkers produces decades of like sounding songs.

3.) Ke$ha: this is a no-brainer...I'm not referring to my choice, I mean Ke$ha

4.)Black Eyed Peas: Singing with what can only be described as faux cred.

5.) Miley Cyrus: god-awful voice singing god-awful songs. And the music industry wonders why it is tanking???


As long as we're talking genres and not groups...

1. Rap
2. Anything rap-derived, like hip-hop
3. R&B (oh yeah baby, you know I "love" you...)
4. Grunge
5. Metal

Let's hear more Andy Williams, Bobby Darin, Bing Crosby, and, the king of them all--Perry Como!


1)anything from zepplin.
2)seals and croft.need i say more?
3)the who.i don't get it.
4)ccr.yes i've heard it rain.
5)rap.i really don't get it nor do i want to.
6)extra credit.
leonard nimoy


Great question.

I actually enjoy U2, Pink Floyd and some Eagles songs. But, I have not had a combined 80 years of listening to each.

The only group I can add to the overdone Beattles and Stones is Queen. How did these guys ever get past their garage?


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Tom, I ask that everyone be allowed to vote to expand your perfect list to six, so that I - we, I hope - can add Elvis to it.

Are you just as beyond fed up as I am with every last permutation that's been wrung-out and beaten on and from and about Elvis - including the creepy impersonator industry? After all, we've endured just 48 years of Beatles - but fifty-five of Elvis.

Tom, if you won't add a sixth spot to your list, then I expect I'll be like Johnny Mathis: "It's Not For Me To Say."


KC and the Sunshine Band: Where are those knitting needles?
Eminem: Does his vocabulary consist soley of the F word?
The Greatful Dead: SF Bay Area dope-heads loved them but no one else did.
The Dixie Chicks: The Ditsy Chicks - fits perfectly.
The Archies: Sugar, Sugar was a snappy tune but it's over.

Commenting on The Beatles. When you think about it, they still command a presence in the music world. Think of all the groups that have come and gone for those 50 years. And we still remember The Beatles. Not bad.

I agree with the Pink Floyd choice, too - they were always overrated.

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