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The worst songs of the 1970's according to Rolling Stone readers. Do you agree? What are the worst songs of the 70's according to you Rockaholics??
The 10 Worst Songs of the ’70s . . . According to “Rolling Stone” Readers
Those who lived through the 70s remember it largely as a wonderful celebration of peace, funky clothes and happy sitcoms. Back then, gasoline was 35 cents a gallon and the average home in america cost around $24,000. Fashion trends shifted from brightly-colored flared trousers and tie-dyed tees to leisure suits and peasant blouses.
The 70s era also offered folks the chance to hit the dance floor and “boogie oogie oogie ‘til you just couldn’t boogie any more“. There was some incredible music created in this decade like Donna Summer, The Bee Gees, Village People and Abba. But this blog isn’t about these talented artists.
ROLLING STONE magazine recently polled their readers to come up with a list of The Worst Songs of the ’70s. They released the results yesterday. The list is long and…well, not distinguished AT ALL!
Rolling Stone’s Worst Songs of the 1970s:
1.) “Disco Duck“, Rick Dees (1976)
2.) “Afternoon Delight“, Starland Vocal Band (1976)
3.) “(You’re) Having My Baby“, Paul Anka (1974)
4.) “You Light Up My Life“, Debby Boone (1977)
5.) “Muskrat Love“, The Captain and Tennille (1976)
6.) “Escape (The Pina Colada Song)“, Rupert Holmes (1979)
7.) “Seasons in the Sun“, Terry Jacks (1973)
8.) “Billy Don’t Be a Hero“, Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods (1974)
9.) “Feelings“, Morris Albert (1974)
10.) “Lovin’ You“, Minnie Riperton (1975)
Till next time!