a meme for the fearless.

The Top Five Most Embarrassing Albums On My iPod:

  1. To The Extreme, Vanilla Ice
  2. Greatest Hits, Journey
  3. Songs from Dawson’s Creek, Various Artists
  4. Dance Into The Light, Phil Collins
  5. Guitar By The Fire, John Tesh

18 thoughts on “a meme for the fearless.

  1. Tom says:

    John Tesh?

    I can see Vanilla Ice, just, barely, but…


  2. MarkHB says:

    As someone who’s actively participated in the Commodore 64 Music Remix Scene in the last 6 months, there’s really nothing I can add to this.

    Any music credibility I had went up in a puff of electronic beepy noises years ago.

    Beep. Beep. Beep.

  3. Louise says:

    Journey…I’ll give you that, but I’m with the majority here………
    John Tesh???
    What Live at Redrocks?
    What’s next Yanni????
    I am sore afeared my new friend!

  4. LittleRed1 says:

    Um, I have Yanni on my iPod.
    And “Celtic Twilight” Albums 1 and 2.

  5. Brass says:

    Songs from Dawson’s Creek, Various Artists . Really?!?

  6. Isaiah Kellogg says:

    I never thought I would have music in common with you, but I actually have 3 and 4 on my iPod too.

    It’s my wife’s music. Really.

  7. Nick says:

    Bon Jovi – Greatest Hits
    CSS – Cansei de Ser Sexy
    DJ Jazzy Jeff – He’s the DJ
    Il Divo – Siempre
    Josie and the Pussycats – Movie Soundtrack

    Also, I have that same Journey album but I don’t feel bad about it–Journey is great drinking music.

  8. Gewehr98 says:

    What’s an iPod?

    • Marko says:

      It’s a magical device that captures people’s voices. The palefaces brought them to our village last week, and traded them for a few shiny rocks we found in the hills.


    • MarkHB says:

      It hold the voices of ghosts.


      Assuming Rick Astley’s dead, anyway.

  9. Gewehr98 says:

    Ah, a glorified MP3 player, then!

    (I just have a puny, non-descript HCT 5Gb MP3 player, because I never understood the infatuation with yet another iProduct…) 🙂

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  11. Anonymoose says:

    Eric Clapton – Clapton Chronicles. EC has made some great music over the years. Important work in the field of electric guitar. These… these are not those songs.

    Jesus Christ Superstar on vinyl?

    Best of the Spencer Davis Group. I’m not even sure why.

    I guess I could be embarassed by having all the Cowboy Bebop albums.

    As someone with serious metal cred, I should probably be ashamed of my TSO albums. I ain’t though.

    Had to struggle hard for that.

  12. paulcr39 says:

    ABBA- Dancing Queen
    Bangles-Eternal Flame
    Celine Dion-All By Myself
    Henry Mancini & his Orchestra-Moon River
    Josh Groban-February Song

    I don’t usually do albums on the i-Pod unless it’s Jimmy Buffett or George Strait.

    This only got me to the letter “J”.

  13. OrangeNeckInNY says:

    My five:

    Air Supply The Definitive Collection
    ABBA Gold Greatest Hits
    John Denver Country Roads Collection
    Stephen Bishop Greatest Hits
    Original Phantom Of The Opera Soundtrack from the Broadway play.

    I too have Journey’s Greatest Hits, but I’m not embarrassed by it. In fact, when I play it, I sing along at the top of my lungs! Damn those within earshot!!

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  15. boditree says:

    Most of my music is classic rock to heavy alternative, from Zeppelin to Disturbed, but I listen to everything..and the ones that make people turn there heads are:

    1. Indian Love Call by Slim Whitman
    2. Kalinka by Red Russian Army Choir
    3. Nights are Forever by England Dan and John Ford Coley
    4. Lonely Nights by Captain and Tennille
    5. On and On by Michael Schenker Group

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