Nothing spells “hard rock” more than Ron Wood in a fuchsia outfit.

Twenty-Five albums that should NOT have been recorded

Read it for the hilarious commentary, and be sure to follow the Gygax link on Number 19.

Fortunately for my aural senses, I’ve not heard many of the tracks on these classic discs. Except for the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band Soundtrack… Oh. My. God. Even to be reminded of its existence was enough to make me run screaming into the bathroom. (So long supper!)

Whoever thought it would be a good idea to have the Bee Gees and Peter Frampton sing Beatles songs should’ve been shot in the head, set on fire, cornholed with mallet, and decapitated.

Who said they weren’t?

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7 Responses to Nothing spells “hard rock” more than Ron Wood in a fuchsia outfit.

  1. Scott says:

    Oh, I need to blog this one…

  2. When Good Rock Goes Horribly Wrong

    Solonor found this one this morning, and it’s really worth commenting on: TWENTY-FIVE albums that should NOT have been recorded

  3. jr says:

    Didn’t George Burns sing in the movie? Or was it that I saw the movie and said Oh, God?

  4. Busy Mom says:

    I agree with the assesment, but don’t tell Frampton, I know him.

  5. Ric The Schmuck says:

    That Gygax link is…….. funny and scary, I guess. I remember back in the 70’s when they started that record-burning kick. Had a few friends in the private Christian school that got caught up in all that. One of them came to my house to get back the records he had lent me, so that he could take them and burn them. Of course, just a couple of years later we were driving down the road in his car, “Back in Black” blaring out of the speakers. Sigh.
    (I actually spoke to Peter Frampton in a telephone interview years ago…He was pretty cool, as those things go, anyway.)

  6. When Good Rock Goes Horribly Wrong

    When Good Rock Goes Horribly Wrong, a list of 25 albums the compiler of the list believes should never be

  7. Christine says:

    Ok, try not to laugh too hard. I own the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band soundtrack. On vinyl. It came with a poster even. I love it. I loved the movie. Then again, I was probably about 9 when it came out, and to this day I love the Bee Gees.

    Now I just wish I had a turntable so I could listen to the record!

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