Top 10 Most Disappointing Albums of 2013neeks09 Biggest letdowns from musical artists of 2013. So far, please don't purchase this listed albums and save your money.
The Top Ten
By far the biggest disappointment in 2013, Lady Gaga unsuccessfully re-established herself with an album more reminiscent of a pop/electronic jumbled mess. None of the songs on the album fail to capture the same essence of her trademark songs such as "Bad Romance" or "Poker Face". Even a good amount of her "Little Monsters" voiced their disappointment for the album over twitter, Facebook, etc. Applause, it's lead single, only peaked at #4 and was held from ever hitting the top spot by Katy Perry's "Roar", which is also a bad track all in itself. "Do What you Want", it's second single featuring R. Kelly, is probably the best song on the LP, considering the rest of the album cuts feel more like album fillers. She executed electronic/dance music effortlessly on her debut album "The Fame", but yet, on this album, it feels more like ear-torture. - neeks09
Best album of 2013. Do not compare Katy Perry to Lady Gaga. Katy Perry has more hit songs but Lady Gaga has true talent and that isn't measured in #1 songs. ARTPOP is one of the most underrated albums in pop history.
Rebel Heart is the newest Artpop. Living for Love is Applause, Thank you Madonna Lady gaga is disappointed - Princesssmooth
I'm disappointed that lady gaga is starting to swareV 2 Comments
Ok, ok, ok
First Britney Spears has a lead single called "ohh la la"
Actually not bad, kind of the only kid friendly song on the album... The music video really disappointed me, as an amateur video editor I know Britney's crew could do it SO Much Better
Then Work B*tch... No positive words... But is ear torture... Its kind of a light version of Nicki Minaj's stupid hoe... So as perfume
Then again... Perfume... With a high pitched voice and boring senseless lyrics so as not a decent beat
WHERE IS BRITNEY'S CAREER GOING? OHH LA LA... WORK B*TCH... PERFUME they have noting in common...
Britney is just desperately trying to get to the top again... Britney jean surprisingly debuted at number 4 on billboard... This album doesn't even deserves to be in top 20
While many criticized Miley Cyrus's new look and antics, shedding her wholesome disney image for one that is pretty much the polar opposite, her first two singles were great! "We Can't Stop", which charted at #2, is a fun party song that manages to not cross over the line of "pop nonsense". "Wrecking Ball", charted at #1, most likely for it's highly controversial video of good ol Miley swinging on a wrecking ball in her birthday suit, is also a great pop ballad. It seemed as if she was finally getting something right with this song, after the trainwreck of the VMA performance with Robin Thicke. However, the album in itself is just boring. It's not something you can just relax and listen to, most of the tracks are both extremely monotonous and obnoxious. None of the songs have the same single appeal as "Wrecking Ball" & "We Can't Stop" did. At least she has two "bangerz" on this album that should've been called "fillerz". - neeks09
Did anyone really expect any of these albums to be good? Aside from Timberlake and Kanye, who were coming off groundbreaking albums in their respective genres, and Eminem, who once produced possibly the greatest rap album of all time. The rest of this list is more like the top 10 worst, not 10 most disappointing - danyul11V 1 Comment
It's a good album! I don't know what these people are talking about. Not all the songs are good, but most of them are!
All there is to say about this garbage of an album is that it's a disgrace to rap/hip-hop. - neeks09
Katy Perry is probably one of the most overrated acts of this decade. She can barely sing her own songs live, but has managed to completely dominate the charts. Her previous album, "Teenage Dream", spawned SIX #1 singles, tying with Michael Jackson for most #1 songs from a single album. However, Prism fails to recreate the energy and liveliness that "Teenage Dream" possessed. "Roar" it's lead single that not surprisingly peaked at #1, probably would not have done so well if it weren't sung by one of the biggest pop acts of today. It has the same chord progression, lyrical message, and is sang in the exact same key as Sara Bareilles' "Brave", which is actually a good song about staying true to yourself. It's second single, "Unconditionally", has done poorer sales-wise than one of the promotional singles (and the best track on the record) "Dark Horse", which features rapper Juicy J. This record has the same problem that Miley Cyrus's "Bangerz" has, the songs that aren't singles are mere ...more - neeks09
Neeko's wrong Perry tweets Bareiles before Brave comes out but they don't sounds the same in the intro, Unconditionally was being true of love and became greatest hits of Katy Perry and Dark Horse was even greatest hits and the music video rocks unlike the other divas contemporary videos - BellaBeautyV 1 Comment
Avril Lavigne used to be one of the best acts in the 2000's. Her debut album "Let Go" sold 17 million copies worldwide, and spawned her classic hits "Complicated", "I'm With You", and "Sk8er Boi". Two years later, she released another incredible album titled "Under My Skin", that provided us with more hits like "My Happy Ending" and "Nobody's Home" and sold 12 million copies worldwide. Then came her #1 hit "Girlfriend" (which was the top selling song worldwide in 2007) and it's also enjoyable album "The Best Damn Thing". Although a mainstream act, she succeeded in keeping a unique pop-punk image, setting herself apart from her peers at the time like Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera. Unfortunately, 11 years after her debut, she has conformed to the nonsense that is pop music today. Trading electric guitars for synthesizers, many Avril fans were left disappointed that their idol had stripped what was left of her pop-punk image, for well, just pop. The lead single "Here's to Never ...more - neeks09
I actullay still love Avril. All you saying this album was garbage are wrong. The only song from this album that I was dissatisfied of was Hello Kitty. Good,but not spellbinding like her others.
Justin Timberlake had a lot to follow up with after his extremely successful comeback album, titled "The 20/20 Experience". The album spawned hits "Suit & Tie" & "Mirrors", which charted at #3 and #2 respectively, and the album sold 968,000 copies in it's first week. However, his follow up, or "Part 2" of the 20/20 Experience feels more like a 10/20 experience. "Take Back The Night" and overly long "TKO" don't have the same magic as the singles off the first edition of "20/20 Experience". Record sales dropped 81% in it's second week. Although this album was a disappointment, props to Justin for succesfully re-establishing his music career with the original "20/20 Experience", which was the most successful album of 2013. - neeks09
This wasn't disapointing.
This album was actually pretty good
This latest offering from rap-mogul JAY Z is lukewarm at best. "Holy Grail", it's lead single featuring Justin Timberlake, is the only gem on this record. - neeks09
Screw this list this is the best Eminem album ever I have decided. maybe not a lyrical al sslp and the 1st mmlp but it shows all his improvement - LegitGames12
Worst album. I think weezy is gone crazy. Art pop is really good and should have not been in this list. Lil Wayne's previous album was great. I especially loved his works after the critically acclaimed the Carter 3. Weezy please make good albums, you are very talented and do not lose hope, you are still the best rapper in the world after Eminent and you can still make good albums in the future. All the best and wish you good luck for That Carter 5. Love you and I bet that the Carter 5 is going to be the best album of 2015. Please don't retire cause your fans including me love and want more from you.
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