Top 10 Albums Todd in the Shadows Should Review for 'Trainwreckords'

Trainwreckords is a segment made by youtuber Todd in the Shadows, analyzing the albums that "killed" an artist career, it could be in any way, from making the artist in question irrelevant, to an album that was generally panned by critics, here are a few suggestions for that segment

The Top Ten Albums Todd in the Shadows Should Review for 'Trainwreckords'

1 Cut the Crap - The Clash

The final studio album by The Clash, considered as the worst album of the band by a long shot, the album tried both to follow the punk roots the band has been making while still putting 80s pop elements in the music, also the making of this album was a complete disaster
edit: Already happened bros - Pato_cargo

He did it! - JoLeKosovo

2 Results May Vary - Limp Bizkit

Limp Bizkit's 4th studio album, not only considered as their worst album but also considered as one of the worst albums of all time, this one has less elements of rap compared to their previous albums and has Fred Durst singing more "emotional" songs - Pato_cargo

3 Raditude - Weezer

The unpopular Raditude, the album where Weezer completely jumped off the shark, this one also has a big change in their sound at trying to appeal into a younger audience with poppier songs and even a song featuring Lil Wayne, probably didn't killed Weezer's career but surely killed Weezer's love from the media and fans thanks to this album - Pato_cargo

4 Generation Swine - Mötley Crüe
5 Music from the Elder - Kiss
6 Liz Phair - Liz Phair
7 Playing with Fire - Kevin Federline

Didn't really have much of a career to kill though. - Powell

8 Behind the Mask - Fleetwood Mac
9 Squeeze - The Velvet Underground

I wouldn't consider this to be a career killer because the band was pretty much dead by the time this album got recorded. The only "member" to appear on it is Doug Yule, and he wasn't even a founding member of the band. - Gg2000

10 Mylo Xyloto - Coldplay

I'm not sure if this one can count, sure it made people get tired of Coldplay and long fans draw the line with Coldplay for selling out, but Coldplay is still one of the biggest acts to this day and still relevant - Pato_cargo

The Newcomers

? Wake Up Call - Theory of a Deadman
? Anything is Possible - Debbie Gibson

The Contenders

11 The Long Run - Eagles

This album is definitely worth talking about. The only problem that I can see is that the Eagles are notorious for being prominent YouTube blockers, so Todd probably wouldn't be able to play any of the actual music without receiving a swift takedown. - Gg2000

12 Two the Hard Way - Gregg Allman and Cher

This doesn't really count as a career-killer, since both Gregg Allman and Cher eventually saw a resurgence in both their careers. It's more appropriate to call it an experiment that went horribly wrong. - Gg2000

13 Door to Door - The Cars

This is definitely a good example of a trainwreck that needs to be talked about. - Gg2000

14 The Beginning - The Black Eyed Peas

The last album The Black Eyed Peas released until 2018, it was also the album that made people finally get tired of them, causing the Peas to have an awful run around the time the album was released - Pato_cargo

15 Love Beach - Emerson, Lake and Palmer

My time to shine with all my suggestion ideas! - JoLeKosovo

16 The Spaghetti Incident? - Guns N' Roses

Obvious. - JoLeKosovo

17 TRÉ! - Green Day

I could have added Uno and Dos two. - JoLeKosovo

18 Metal Machine Music - Lou Reed

I don't think this is a bad album. It's a groundbreaking album. But man, the backlash. He even said himself he "lost all of his fans" after that. - JoLeKosovo

19 Pink Bubbles Go Ape - Helloween
20 No Line on the Horizon - U2
21 Risk - Megadeth

This absolutely should be covered. Everybody hates this album, and Megadeth pretty much never recovered, becoming the Weezer of metal. - JoLeKosovo

The System Has Failed, Endgame and Dystopia were pretty good though - Pato_cargo

22 Illud Divinum Insanus - Morbid Angel

This will probably ruin Morbid Angel's career. - JoLeKosovo

23 Eternal Enemies - Emmure

This album was so bad that
1- all the members from Emmure (but main singer Frankie Palmeri) leave the band right after this album was released
2- Emmure fans point at it as the worst album in their career (which is a lot to say)
it might not have killed Emmure's career, but definitely killed any chance they have to become big - Pato_cargo

24 Speedin' Bullet 2 Heaven - Kid Cudi

The album were Kid Cudi goes into rock and tries desperately to prove himself as an "experimental" artist (which didn't worked by the way) killing all his relevance and respect as a musician (until 2018's Kids See Ghosts) - Pato_cargo

25 The Big Day - Chance the Rapper
26 Angelic 2 the Core - Corey Feldman
27 Forbidden - Black Sabbath
28 Man of the Woods - Justin Timberlake

Uh oh... Epic fail! - JoLeKosovo

29 Encore - Eminem
30 Invincible - Michael Jackson
31 St. Anger - Metallica
32 Lulu - Lou Reed & Metallica
33 Chinese Democracy - Guns N' Roses
34 Greatest Hits - Chris Gaines
35 Slang - Def Leppard
36 Signs of Life - Billy Squier
37 Machina/the Machines of God - The Smashing Pumpkins
38 Unusual Heat - Foreigner
39 U-Vox - Ultravox
40 No Talking, Just Head - The Heads
41 On Every Street - Dire Straits
42 Calling All Stations - Genesis
43 Adore - Smashing Pumpkins
44 Talk Show - The Go-Go's
45 Two Hearts - Men at Work
46 Down on the Upside - Soundgarden
47 Everything - The Bangles
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