Top 10 Worst Rock Bands of All Time

The Top Ten
1 Nickelback Nickelback is a Canadian post-grunge band formed in 1995 in Hanna, Alberta, Canada. The band is composed of guitarist and lead vocalist Chad Kroeger, guitarist, keyboardist and backing vocalist Ryan Peake, bassist Mike Kroeger, and drummer Daniel Adair.

I recently watched Todd in the Shadows' newest Trainwreckords episode, which is Nickelback's 2014 release, "No Fixed Address," to further prove my point that Nickelback are nothing but laughingstocks. This album is where the band nearly abandons their pop rock sound for something much worse, straight-up pop, and it's what you would expect. There are a few tracks where they attempt to emulate disco and funk, but they ended up failing miserably. There's one song where they try to go political, but the message ends up falling on its face. All throughout this album, it's nothing but new ideas being wasted. The only song that sounds closer to their original sound is probably "Make Me Believe Again". At least with other "butt rock" groups like Theory of a Deadman and Daughtry, there's some sense of quality…

2 Jonas Brothers The Jonas Brothers are an American pop rock band. Formed in 2005, they gained popularity from their appearances on the Disney Channel television network.

Jonas Brothers play instruments and they can sing, but that doesn't mean they're pop rock. They are mostly popular because of their looks, and all their songs that they don't write are pretty much about the same thing. The lyrics don't promote anything that would ever help listeners in any way. Also, other people are right. They didn't even work to get where they are. They got famous through Disney, and they are so lucky to be so flexible with their career because of this. Do they realize that? I don't think so.

"High heels, red dress, all by yourself, gotta catch my breath" - a line from one of their songs.

3 Limp Bizkit Limp Bizkit is an American nu-metal/rap metal/rock band from Jacksonville, Florida, formed in 1994. Their lineup consists of Fred Durst, Sam Rivers, John Otto, and Wes Borland. They're mostly known for their singles like Break Stuff, My Way, My Generation, Nookie, Eat You Alive, Rollin', and Take a... read more

This band should get a lot more hate. The only even slightly positive thing I can say about this god-awful band is that Wes Borland is a decent guitarist, not good, just decent. The lyrics are awful, such as "I did it for the Nookie now you can have a cookie." What? They are also rap-rock. If you are serious about being a rock band, you don't rap - or at least don't have the worst rapper ever, and that's what they have in Fred Durst. I hate Fred Durst. I hate all of Limp Bizkit. In my opinion, they are the worst band ever.

And don't get me wrong, I also really hate Nickelback and Creed, but to me, Limp Bizkit sucks more than ever. And also, why are amazing bands like Pink Floyd, Metallica, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, and Queen above this terrible, terrible band?

4 Black Veil Brides Black Veil Brides is an American rock band currently consisting of Andy Biersack (vocals), Jinxx (guitar), Jake Pitts (guitar), Christian Coma (drums) and Ashley Purdy (bass), that formed in 2006 in Ohio... read more

I try to accept all types of music, but I just couldn't do that with this band. When I first saw them on a poster at Hot Topic, I honestly thought they were girls. Plus, the name threw me off. When I found out otherwise, it didn't really bother me - just a little. What did bother me was when I heard one of their songs for the first time. I'm pretty sure it was called Fallen Angels or something. The lyrics were way too repetitive and didn't mean much of anything. The creativity wasn't there, and it wasn't original.

Another thing: this list is so not accurate. For example, 30 Seconds to Mars is on this list, but at the same time, it's number 7 on the best rock bands of all time list. So if you're mad that your favorite band is on this list, take it lightly.

5 Creed Creed is an American post-grunge band, formed in 1993 in Tallahassee, Florida. The band's best-known line-up consisted of lead vocalist Scott Stapp, guitarist and vocalist Mark Tremonti, bassist Brian Marshall, and drummer Scott Phillips.

One song was all I could listen to. This band is absolutely pathetic. No defining climax, lousy lyrics, and a lead vocalist who sounds like he swallowed a bag of instant concrete. Seriously, what happened to decent music? I mean, I'm only 16 years old, but I've had to listen to all the garbage from the last 30 years my whole life because it's "popular." Pre-1985 is the best, especially the '60s and '70s!

The band itself has been heralded as "Nickelback, but worse" for multiple reasons. They are basically the living, breathing definition of late '90s/early 2000s butt rock. I mean, say what you will about Nickelback. At least you can make fun of their songs and Chad Kroeger's voice. Plus, some of their songs can be tolerable to some people, like "When We Stand Together."

Creed's music is just depressing to listen to. "With Arms Wide Open" has appeared on various "worst #1 singles" lists, alongside the likes of "London Bridge," "(You're) Havin' My Baby," "Glory of Love," and "Afternoon Delight." And don't forget Scott Stapp's voice, which lacks life and passion. Fortunately, the band broke up by the early 2010s, yet they continue to be ridiculed to this day.

6 Blood on the Dance Floor Blood on the Dance Floor was an American electronic music group from Orlando, Florida, originally consisting of Dahvie Vanity and several other members over time. The group formed in 2006, with former members including Jayy Von Monroe (2009–2016) and Garrett Ecstasy (2009), all of whom provided vocals... read more

Blood on the Dance Floor is the reason Hot Topic is still in business, while at the same time giving it a bad reputation. Blood on the Dance Floor is the reason D-list celebrities find themselves able to break the law. Blood on the Dance Floor is the reason suicidal teenagers find themselves turning to the "trendy emo" lifestyle. Blood on the Dance Floor is the reason dull and crass phantasms are gussied up and sold as "unique and individual." Blood on the Dance Floor is the reason the outlying social cliques of society are not seen as normal or sane.

Blood on the Dance Floor is a menace to society and the music industry. They are self-destructive and, in doing so, represent those who seek to destroy any real chance of genuine talent being seen and appreciated. Their message is brutal and downright atrocious. They say to their fanbase, "What's the matter, boys and girls? Not feeling too good? Has the world got you down? Well, don't use this opportunity to create a logical response channeled through audible discussion or works of art. Just buy our music and wallow in your own self-pity. Never change for anyone, and never change for yourself, despite the fact that you, along with many others in your situation, can actually do much better. Maybe someday, when you realize you can go no further, you'll be inspired by our music to swallow as many pills as possible and wash it all down with the bottles from under the sink. Or, if you're lucky, you can find the combination to your dad's gun closet and take it all out on the ones who made you this way. It is not your confused emotions or sense of self-entitlement that hurt you. No, it is everyone around you. They are responsible, and either way, they are going to pay. Make all the bad things go away."

Blood on the Dance Floor may not be the worst band from a technical standpoint. However, strictly for what they stand for (in addition to awful music), they are fiendish devils and should never have come to... more

7 Asking Alexandria Asking Alexandria are an English metalcore band from York, North Yorkshire formed initially in 2008 by lead guitarist Ben Bruce along with former lead singer Danny Worsnop, bassist Joe Lancaster, keyboardist and synth player Ryan Binns, and current members drummer James Cassells and rhythm guitarist... read more

Complete garbage. I tried giving them a chance, and they blew it with their ear-splitting vocals and terrible single-chord riffs that just about anyone can play. The fanbase is full of annoying people who think this band is the best thing to happen to music since Louis Armstrong. Avoid this steaming pile of auditory garbage at all costs.

There goes screamo, then there goes pop, then screamo again. Almost every song of theirs has the same lyrics like "OH MY GOD!" Songs like "A Prophecy" and "The Final Episode" are examples. Really, they have no talent in songwriting.

8 Fall Out Boy Fall Out Boy is an American pop punk band formed in Wilmette, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, in 2001. The band consists of vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump, bassist Pete Wentz, guitarist Joe Trohman, and drummer Andy Hurley.

It's infuriating that they have the audacity to call themselves alternative when they're clearly just guys singing generic lyrics to a plastic, unimaginative beat. But at least I can have a good laugh watching their fans think they know anything at all about art. They say that Fall Out Boy is not like today's music because they make real music, without realizing they are just as bad as the things they pretend to despise, only a million times more pretentious.

Plus, the lead singer decided he could perform Life On Mars, a masterpiece by King Bowie and one of my favorite songs. Lord, it made my ears vomit.

9 5 Seconds of Summer 5 Seconds of Summer are an Australian pop-rock band from Sydney, Australia, that formed in 2011. The group were originally YouTube celebrities, posting videos of themselves covering songs from various artists during 2011 and early 2012. They rose to international fame while touring with One Direction... read more

Why are good bands ranked above this poser band? This so-called rock band claims to be pop-punk, but they are not. Most, if not all, of their fans are little girls who have no idea what punk rock is. The only reason this boy band (yes, it is a boy band) is famous is because of One Direction, another boy band.

They write songs about girls all the time, much like One Direction. "She's Kinda Hot" is one of them. What kind of name is that? And yet they're called a rock band. They have an album called "She Looks So Perfect."

If they were truly rock, why would they tour with One Direction? And no, they cannot be compared to Green Day. Stop comparing them to Blink-182 or Green Day.

5 Seconds of Summer is a lame boy band that needs to stop making music for little girls.

If you want to listen to real pop-punk, listen to Green Day, Blink-182, My Chemical Romance, and The Offspring. If you want to listen to true punk rock, listen to Ramones, Sex Pistols, Black Flag, and The Clash.

10 Maroon 5 Maroon 5 is an American pop/pop rock band that originated in Los Angeles, California. Before the current group was established, the original four members, Adam Levine, Jesse Carmichael Mickey Madden and Ryan Dusick, formed a band known as Kara's Flowers in 1994, while they were still in high school.

And yes, I am a bit sorry that I got a bit carried away with my opinion. I am actually a Chicago fan myself, primarily a fan of the '70s Terry Kath years (Chicago Transit Authority to Chicago XI). During their ongoing modern period, the band really shines brightest when they focus on jam-oriented material, not so much with ballads. I am certainly not a fan of their '80s period, where Peter Cetera's vocal effects made him sound like a robot at times. And yes, the band nowadays is better than Maroon 5 in terms of quality, and I do know that Cetera's voice is much different than Adam Levine's. It's a stark contrast between a higher-pitched falsetto and a lower-pitched tenor voice.

The Contenders
11 Falling In Reverse Falling in Reverse is an American post hardcore band from Las Vegas, Nevada, formed in 2008, signed to Epitaph Records.

The current members include the former Escape The Fate singer Ronnie Radke, Max Georgiev, Christian Thompson and bassist Wes Horton III. Former members of the band include Derek... read more

First of all, I think Nickelback should be nowhere near #1. Sure, some of their songs have questionable lyrics and some may sound poppy, but they actually have very meaningful songs, and also some that are pretty heavy. They're nowhere near the best bands, but they also shouldn't be anywhere near the worst.

That aside, how is this joke band lower than them? Other joke bands like Brokencyde and BOTDF should probably be above this, but Falling in Reverse is probably one of the worst things that ever happened to music. Limp Bizkit and Creed are awful but high enough. Black Veil Brides might even be a bit overhated, but they're still pretty bad. Asking Alexandria, FOB, and 5SOS are also not great.

I like some of 30STM, but they sometimes try to rip off U2, which I don't like. By the way, I also hate U2, along with "classic rock" bands like Queen, the Beatles, and the Rolling Stones. Coldplay is not too good either. I would recommend Lifehouse, The Fray, and OneRepublic for people who want great pop rock. Linkin Park, Daughtry, and HU shouldn't be on the list. Maroon 5 isn't rock.

I don't like Cannibal Corpse or Poison, but Bon Jovi shouldn't be here, even though I don't listen to them. Imagine Dragons are another example of awful pop rock, and Mumford and Sons and Attila are also horrible.

12 Insane Clown Posse Insane Clown Posse is an American hip hop, horrorcore and rap rock duo consisting of rappers Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope, that was formed in 1989 in Detroit... read more

Insane Clown Posse is quite possibly the only band I have seen on this entire list that is worthy of the "Worst Rock Band" honor, and even then, they're more rap than rock.

This list is otherwise an indication that the voters have no taste in rock of any stripe. Metallica might be the most overplayed band on commercial radio (Mandatory Metallica, anyone?), but Metallica, more than any other band during the '80s, made thrash metal a rock staple. To call them among the worst just jars me. Seeing U2, Nirvana, Queen, Kiss, and The Rolling Stones in the top 10 only shows me that this poll has been hijacked by a bunch of idiots who don't know what rock is about. I'm guessing the voters probably think clichéd no-talents like Theory of a Dead Man are cool.

13 Linkin Park Linkin Park is an American alternative rock band formed in Agoura Hills, California, in 1996. The current members include Mike Shinoda (vocals, keyboards, rhythm guitar), Brad Delson (guitar), Dave "Phoenix" Farrell (bass), Joe Hahn (DJ), and Rob Bourdon (drums). Linkin Park is associated with a mixture... read more

I've never been a huge fan of Linkin Park. RIP to Chester the Lead Singer. I can see why this band was so popular. Eventhough the popish and Rappy style of the band isn't my thing I have respect for them.The Band took a hard blow after he died. So I give out my Empathy to them. They may not be my favorite band of all time though I give them credit for popularizing and creating different experiences.

I feel ashamed to call this a band. Some people have even said that Chester (God forgive me for writing this name) is a good singer. He is the worst. I can't imagine who accepted him as the singer. Metallica and Zeppelin are the greatest musicians the world will ever see. They made five great albums, and just that alone is enough to call them great. I saw the highly appreciated No More Sorrow performance, and I am sure there is some computer work going on. Artists today can't record anything without software. Unfortunately, Chester sounds awful, weak, and loose even in that recorded music.

Listen to In the End carefully, and you'll notice a loose note at the end of the song. So, I must say that they don't even know they are bad singers. Every performance that I've ever seen from this band was really painful (most appropriate word) to my ears. I urge youngsters to please stop listening to such bands so that they will ultimately collapse and not destroy the musical peace of this world. Listen to other bands like System of a Down, for instance.

14 Cannibal Corpse Cannibal Corpse is a American death metal band from Buffalo, New York, formed in 1988. The band is known for their graphic album covers, explicitly violent lyrics and song titles like "I C** Blood" The group got into mainstream after performing the song "Hammer Smashed Face" in the 1994 film Ace Ventura:... read more

As much as I like metal, this band is terrible. This is one of the main reasons why people hate metal. Their album covers are scary and disgusting. They sing about death. The vocals sound more like screaming than singing. The main issue is that the people who like this band hate Taylor Swift because of her breakup songs, which is ironic when these guys write about death and sex with a dead body. How can breakup songs be much worse than songs about sex with dead bodies!

I mean, look at some of their song titles. This band tries too hard to be shocking and doesn't try hard enough to make music that you can actually listen to when you're not on a murder spree.

15 Hollywood Undead Hollywood Undead is an American rap rock band from Los Angeles, California, United States. They released their debut album, Swan Songs, on September 2, 2008, and their live CD/DVD Desperate Measures, on November 10, 2009. Their second studio album, American Tragedy, was released April 5, 2011. All of... read more

I had hoped the worst of this stuff was behind us, but apparently, this band is the biggest thing on MySpace. Where else? Again, this proves that bands rule teenyboppers' hearts. Can you imagine a cross between the worst aspects of rap, emo, and nu-metal? From wannabes wearing cheap masks from Spencer's? How about a combination of Linkin Park, My Chemical Romance, and Limp Bizkit? These morons make Slipknot look like Tank or Witchfinder General.

Everything about this band smacks of repulsive commercialism aimed at the lowest IQ high school dropouts.

I live to crush stuff like this. I am now putting Asphyx in the CD player.

16 Brokencyde Brokencyde is an American crunkcore musical group from Albuquerque, New Mexico, founded in 2006. The group's lineup consists of David "Se7en" Gallegos and Michael "Mikl" Shea, and musically are one of the founding groups in the crunkcore genre, which is crunk hip-hop with screamed vocals.

Brokencyde? More like Brokencrap! This has got to be the worst "band" ever! No, forget this! They shouldn't be called a band because they're lower than the worst. Radiohead is an OK band, and I kind of like them, but they shouldn't be on this list. Brokencyde should be number one! Here are some reasons why:

1. The Lyrics
I like songs with good lyrics that either convey emotion and/or a message, tell a story, or all of the above. But their songs have the worst lyrics ever written! Even Blink-182 and Maroon 5 have better lyrics than those sick freaks. Their lyrics aren't even generic and mediocre at best (I'm talking about bands like Bon Jovi, Blink-182, and Oasis). They're disgusting, gross, inappropriate, terrible, and even nonsensical! A 3-year-old could write better lyrics. Their lyrics aren't even a bit decent. Here's an example from their song "Freaxx":
"You make my pee pee hard." Really? Pee pee? This lyric is both disgusting and nonsensical!

2. The Vocals
The vocals are just as terrible as the lyrics. There's no harmony, and the singer uses a lot of autotune and pointlessly screams for no reason whatsoever! I can't believe their deluded fans call them metal just because they scream for no reason at all! If Bruce Dickinson, Rob Halford, or even James Hetfield ever hear this from their fans, they're going to be so furious! If you want good and REAL metal, listen to Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Exodus, Anthrax, Slayer, Metallica, Lamb of God, Pantera, Megadeth, Dio, and Nightwish. Not this crap! They're a disgrace to music, metal, and even humanity! I don't know what they're like in person, but musically, they're terrible.

3. The Tune
The melody and tune in their songs are as terrible as both the lyrics and vocals combined. It's just some synthesizers with buttons pushed. I appreciate old-school electronic music like Kraftwerk, Nine Inch Nails, Chemical Brothers, The Prodigy, Little Dragon, and some Gorillaz songs... more

17 Blink 182 Blink-182 is a pop-punk band formed in 1992. The original lineup consisted of Mark Hoppus on bass guitar and vocals, Tom DeLonge on guitar and vocals, and Scott Raynor on drums. Raynor was fired from the band in 1998 and replaced by drummer Travis Barker. They gained mainstream popularity after the... read more

The lack of musical ability and/or talent is so blatant and obvious that it almost makes you want to burst out laughing when you listen to their music. I heard one of the members talking about a song they wrote called "Natives." He said, "Travis came up with this beat, and it took me the longest time to figure out where beat one was." Beat one was offset by one eighth note. When you're not able to recognize a beat only because it has one eighth note offset, I think that's a pretty clear sign that you shouldn't be a professional musician.

18 Daughtry Daughtry is an American rock band formed and fronted by namesake Chris Daughtry, who was a finalist on the fifth season of American Idol. Their self-titled debut album was released in November 2006.

Just garbage. This particular artist and their fans upset me for some reason. It makes me wonder what intrigues mainstream listeners and brings me great feelings of despair about the future generations of the art of music.

I don't know why, but I've never been into Daughtry, even though everyone I know is mad for them. While I agree with 1D and the Jonas Brothers, they aren't rock bands. There's no way Nirvana is a worse band than Daughtry.

Why the hell are U2, Coldplay, Nirvana, and Fall Out Boy ahead of Daughtry on the worst list? At least these bands didn't use American Idol to get famous!

19 30 Seconds to Mars Thirty Seconds to Mars (commonly stylized as 30 Seconds to Mars) is an American alternative rock band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 1998. The band currently consists of brothers Jared and Shannon Leto.

The past 10-15 years have witnessed a boatload of U2 rip-offs. No band has ever ripped off U2 as badly as these guys. If I were Bono, I'd outright sue these guys for even picking up musical instruments. Jared Leto prances about the stage, putting 13- and 14-year-old girls (yes, that's the majority of their fan base) into a trance-like state, convincing them that he is Jesus reincarnated. Bono may have had a lot of charisma, but he didn't do that. Seriously, this band should be abolished, and I don't care how "epic" "Kings and Queens" is. Just pick up a U2 Rattle & Hum tour video, and you'll see what I mean.

30 Seconds to Mars may not be the worst band ever when compared to Nickelback, One Direction, and a lot of the other bad acts on this list, but I just have to give them their punishment for being such copycats to such an ignorant generation that doesn't even know what U2 is, besides "Beautiful Day."

Get this: One of their songs, "Stranger in a Strange Land," even has the same title as a U2 song (it's a very little-known U2 song. They probably thought they could get away with it without anyone noticing). They even did a cover of "Where the Streets Have No Name," further proving the incredible lengths Leto and his gang will go to just to be the next U2. Seriously, I understand inspiration, but be yourself.

20 Coldplay Coldplay are a British pop rock band formed in 1996. The band consists of Chris Martin (lead vocalist and pianist), Jonny Buckland (lead guitarist), Guy Berryman (bassist) and Will Champion (drummer and backing vocalist). Manager Phil Harvey is often considered an unofficial fifth member. The band renamed... read more

Coldplay is not the worst, but neither are they the best. They are always the same, with some catchy solos (examples: Violet Hill, Lost!) and catchy piano intros (examples: Clocks, Speed of Sound, Trouble). One piano intro even follows almost the exact rhythm of "Imagine," but with a few more chords so nobody notices. "Magic" sounds like "Madness" by Muse - not a lot of guitar, only one guitar solo, and a prominent bassline.

The problem with Coldplay is that they are not innovative. They keep producing the same "happy, sad, melodic" material with a lack of complex instrumentation. Have you ever looked at the tab for the Violet Hill solo? It's just notes. No hammer-ons, slides, pull-offs, bends, or tapping. A 6-year-old could play it! Ghost Stories isn't their best album, but it's way more different than the others. We don't need more Coldplay albums if they're going to keep doing the same stuff over and over. They should stop.

21 Simple Plan Simple Plan is a French-Canadian pop rock/pop-punk band from Montreal, Quebec. The band has released six albums.

I'm not a fan of pop-punk in general, but this band is one of the few rock bands I genuinely dislike. Not only does the vocalist sound whiny, but also very fake and phony. The lyrics seem as though they were written by some middle school teenager who doesn't respect their parents. This teen tries to be rebellious towards them and constantly plays the victim if caught.

Jeez, considering I actually liked them, I'm embarrassed.

Though they do have a few good songs, and that's in only one album.

The reason why I hold a strong prejudice against pop-punk almost entirely.

22 Boys Like Girls Boys Like Girls is an American pop rock band from Boston, Massachusetts. Formed in 2005, the group gained mainstream recognition when it released its self-titled debut album.

Not a great band. They sound like a poor man's Good Charlotte, who themselves are a poor man's Blink-182 to some extent. In other words, they sound like a replica of a replica of a replica.

23 Poison Poison is an American glam and hard rock band that achieved great commercial success in the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s.

People who like Poison (who the hell knows why) are the ones who dislike Nirvana because Nirvana put them out of the music industry. All Poison had was big hair and instruments that they didn't know how to use. I'm happy they're on this list.

They are just a cheesy glam metal band. This and Bon Jovi are the cheesiest of all. Their music sounds generic and annoying. Their songs sound like a watered-down version of another glam song.

"Talk Dirty to Me" was great, like a Raspberries record on steroids. "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" was pathetic, like a Partridge Family record on heroin. That's all I have to say.

24 Imagine Dragons Imagine Dragons is an American pop rock band from Provo, Utah, and are now based out of Las Vegas, Nevada. Imagine Dragons' lineup consists of lead vocalist Dan Reynolds, guitarist Wayne Sermon, bassist Ben McKee, and drummer Daniel Platzman. The band first gained exposure with the release of their... read more

To be honest, I would be fine with this band if only they weren't overplayed. The radio plays their generic, unoriginal, cheesy, mediocre garbage about every two hours, every single day. I just want to shoot my radio whenever I hear them. Come on, people, their music is not that good. It's mediocre if not poor.

There are far better modern rock bands that are getting overshadowed by this mediocre band, bands with much more originality and far less generic, cheesy lyrics. This band deserves its hate. People dislike them for many of the same reasons they hated Nickelback. Their music is weak, generic, cheesy, unoriginal, uninspiring, and sounds more pop than rock. Most of all, they get way too much radio airplay, just like Nickelback did in the 2000s. Nowadays, I'd rather listen to four hours of Nickelback than four seconds of Imagine Dragons, and that's saying something. So, dear radio stations, quit playing this garbage.

25 Radiohead Radiohead are an English rock band from Abingdon, Oxfordshire, formed in 1985. The band consists of Thom Yorke (lead vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards), Jonny Greenwood (lead guitar, keyboards, other instruments), Colin Greenwoood (bass guitar), Phil Selway (drums), and Ed O'Brien (guitar).

Radiohead of the '90s? Yes! Radiohead of the '00s? Nah!

I totally agree! Radiohead is nothing if not mediocre now. They started out great with Pablo Honey, The Bends, and OK Computer. It took me a while to get into that album, but once I did, it took my breath away. They started going downhill ever since they hit the '00s. Kid A... You know what the A stands for, don't you? Awful! Then came Amnesiac, followed by Hail to the Thief, and then In Rainbows. What are they all about? The Bends was their best album! So yes, I agree with you. In every top 100 albums of the '00s, Kid A is always listed high, even though it's terrible. I did like their I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings, but aside from that, Radiohead has been, in my opinion, going downhill ever since Kid A. Come on, Thom, get back to basics like you did with Pablo Honey. That's the Radiohead I fell in love with!

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