This album features a collection of classic hits by the likes of Gladys Knight & The Pips, Journey, and Tommy Tutone. It also features everyone's favourite muscular Austrian body-builder turned actor turned politician. Arnie pumps us up and encourages us to work out.
Inspired by a recent post on Reddit, I went looking for an album of Vuvuzela hits. Of course, there were hundreds. This album is a collection of traditional songs played through one of these plastic trumpets of doom. No, wait, worse, it's synthesized.
This British group channels their inner teenager when producing this album, with liberal use of swearing, controversial subjects, and titles such as "Cuntries R Shit" and "Dictate My Pussy". Surprised they didn't call it "Greatest Shits".
I'm sure there are really complex plot lines and subtexts behind this song. It probably narrates the lyricist's childhood and transition into adulthood, as well as his struggles to learn his place in the world around him.
OK so it's not really Cher Lloyd, because her version of this song isn't on Spotify yet. But this is a cover version, in her style, which is just as bad (if not worse). Oh m'darlin, oh m'darlin, oh m'darlin, Clementine..
I have a special place in my heart for covers of songs in unusual styles, so it pains me to post this. Spotify says his name is Kurt Mambo, but the album cover says it's Mambo Kurt. Either way, it's full of off-key crooning over casio keyboards.
Everything about this band is designed to offend. Their name, album cover, titles, and of course the content of the tracks. At least, I think that's the case, but I can't actually make out any of the words to be able to tell.