Top 10 Songs that are Hated by Fans of that Band
Personally I think it's okay, far from being Radiohead's best but not completely bad or anything, then again, there are better songs on Pablo Honey like Anyone Can Play Guitar or Blow Out
I've never met a single Radiohead fan who likes this song.
"Creep" is Radiohead's most streamed song with 737 Million streams at the time of writing this comment, so it's loved by most Radiohead fans
Even Kurt didn't like it. To be honest there are much better Nirvana songs than this one. People just like it because it's popular and because of how it influenced music
They hate it just because they claim that this song create grunge. Even Kurt Cobain himself dislike this song. This song is quite okay.
Definitely this one can apply. At least people don't agree when people say it's their "best" even when they are nirvana fans.
They this song because it sounds like a pop song. Actually, I really like this song even though this is not the best Muse song.
I was shocked to see it at number 118 on the list of best Muse songs I guess that explains why.
Imagine Dragons are decent, but dear lord this is easily my least favorite song by them. Dan's screaming was so awful, and it sounds like they were trying to be a metal band here even though they are pop rock. I visited the "Top Ten Worst Songs of 2021" list and, yup, people feel the same way as me, and looks like most of the people who voted it are huge Imagine Dragons fans.
This is just a pop song trying to be metal. People really think that Thunder is their worst song when this song exist.
Most people outside of Weezer's fan base like it.
Doesn't represent the band very well.
There are quite a few Imagine Dragons fans that I know of on this site that hate this song
They hate it just because it's too soft. They want thrash metal. This is one of the best power ballads in my opinion.
Sanitarium, FTB, and Unforgiven are ballads too, yet they're considered fan favourites.
They hate it because it's a power ballad and different from their heavy metal and thrash metal songs
Hey I like this one. It's one of my favorite Green Day songs. I don't see how anyone could hate it.
Why would Green Day fans hate this song?
I think lots of green day fans hate it.
It's not as metal as their other songs so maybe that's why some people wouldn't like it. I do like this song though.
I think they hate it just because they add disco. Disco was hated by the rock fans (especially punks) during the time. The relationship between rock and disco is just like the relationship between pop and metal in this site.
It's still a masterpiece, but Pink Floyd have made better songs. Most Pink Floyd fans rate it lowly though.
I don't hate it, and I'm pretty sure most Floydians don't either. But we can all agree that they have far better songs.
I don't hate this song, I think it's good in pop standard. however, seeing this was the first thing they released after the hunting party was pretty disappointing
This is just another generic pop song. At least it's better than any songs made by the new Maroon 5.
Is it bad that I actually kinda like this song?
Glad I'm not the only one.
This is just another generic power balled. I think this is the reason why this song is hated.
This song sucks to be honest. It's really whiny and the singing sounds annoying.
A lot of older fans think of it as a sell out. I like it though.
Understandably it doesn't represent the band at all they made it as a joke when told they had too many sad songs.
Fun Fact: This was going to be the theme song for Friends.
Metallica is just jump with Nu Metal bandwagon. As much as I like nu metal. Metallica doesn't fit with this genre. So, it obviously hated
Does this really need explaining?
Some people who aren't fans hated it as well because they thought it's a satanic song while it's based on a dream Steve Harris had. At least from what I have heard
Yeah, this is when they kind of jumped the shark. This gets more hate than Beverly Hills.
Because it's different from their usual Prog songs.
Couldn't disagree more. Their only 'meh' stuff was before they were even what we call twenty one pilots today.