Top 10 Worst Celebrity AlbumsBrandon Flowers...But if everyone lived by that principle, we would miss out on the fun of glorying in the outright stupidity. Let's be honest, when these things come out, we buy them just so we can lambaste them. We don't want celebrities to actually be good musicians. We glory in their infamy.
The Top Ten
Nothing will ever top the day I heard about and managed to procure this... album? A combination of others' songs and spoken words of love wisdom by Fabio himself set to porno tunes, this has to take the cake as the worst celebrity album of all time. And therefore, it is the best celebrity album of all time
I must guiltily admit that I own and enjoy this album. But even I have to admit it's pretty ridiculous. Here is yet another spoken word album by a celebrity who can't sing. This time Captain Kirk himself mixes it up with classical monologues over orchestral arrangements and disconcerting reworkings of popular tunes of the day, including Mr. Tambourine Man and Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds. A true classic.
What could be better than six out of ten songs that contain the word Hulk? This one apparently reached the Top Ten on the Kids' charts. I couldn't say why.
More spoken word. Not exactly Arnold trying to be a musician, as he's just trying to help us all get "pumped up, " but to hear him count off my calf raises to "Don't Stop Believing" is definitely music to my ears.
This is just a collection of noise and words... no real substance whatsoever... - CelestiusV 1 Comment
How the hell did a bigtime boxer like de la Hoya make such a pansy album? It's as if Enrique Iglesias tried to go toe to toe with Mike Tyson. But even Enrique's music has more balls than this. Almost brings a tear (of mirth? sadness? ) to my eye. At least Roy Jones Jr. tried to rap...
Joe Pesci. Gangsta rap. The "eff" word. More "effs". 'Nuff said?
I'm convinced that the man is insane. I wish this album was better so that he could have quit the NBA to pursue a rap career, but unfortunately we can only joy in mocking this pathetic attempt. **Ron Ron's rap career reached a new low this year with his infectious yet wretched tribute to MJ, "Michael Michael Michael. "
Picked this one up at a thrift store a while back. While it's definitely not the least listenable album on this list, it IS one of many cheesy "spoken word" albums by tone deaf celebrities trying to cash in on their fame.
All new meaning to "Knight Rider" -
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