Top 10 Worst "Rock" Songs Who Nearly Destroyed Rock n Roll
The Top Ten
Honestly I think this is an irrelevant entry even with inverted comma's I don't think anyone really considers this a rock song so it should not be on a list that is about rock music. I agree that it is a crap song though.
The only relevant "rock" song of 2018 along P!ATD's High Hopes, let alone the fact that Adam Levine himself said that rock music was irrelevant just by the lack of attention in the pop charts
Most songs on this list can be considered as pop rock and even then, they are barely rock. When was the last time Maroon 5 wrote a rock song? Oh wait, they aren’t rock.
They were a bit rock in the 2000s. Not entirely rock, of course. It was mostly pop and pop rock.
It's far from being rock, to be honest.
Great, another artist who has an obsession with the smelly feet...
Another awful song, Believer was also really bad but I think this one is worse because it doesn't have any edge on it, is just the blandest Imagine Dragons could be
This isn't a rock song, this is a pop song. Just because Imagine Dragons is a pop rock band, doesn't mean they produce only pop rock music. Believer is a pop rock song, Thunder definitely isn't. And Imagine Dragons are neither a rock n roll band; rock is a derivative of rock n roll, they are definitely different genres. The one thing I do agree with, is the blandness; this is one of their more bland songs.
This is definitely not a rock song. It's just a terrible electro pop song.
This is electro pop, not rock.
Does this one even needs an explanation? Photograph is arguably the worst song in Nickelback's discography, and the fact that it was one of the most succesful rock songs of the decade tells how near was the genre from dying - Pato_cargo
While the first was bad enough, we definitely don’t want the sequel...
Same reason as with Thunder, Imagine Dragons will easily become the next Nickelback in terms of blandness, a band that the charts would care of just to fill a space - Pato_cargo
You cannot compare Imagine Dragons with Nickelback. Nickelback wasn't one ounce pop, where Imagine Dragons are signified as a pop band! The reason you hate them is because they play pop rock, when you only like the rock part. - TheHabsFan
One of the most boring songs from the 80s, and probably the main example of the cheesiest and blandest rock songs from the 80s who are still made fun of to this date - Pato_cargo
More like welcome to hell. Simple Plan is overall terrible and whiny.
This whole song and band is basically the prime example of why pop punk is to this date being one of the most mocked genres ever, and one good reason about why people wanted to forgot about rock in the mid 00s
Now this is a song for middle school bullies. Just a poor wannabe tough guy song. Not the worst by Limp Bizkit, but I still don’t like it. - Userguy44
This one has more of a reputation of so bad it's good but it also doesn't help at all to give a better reputation to 80s rock music - Pato_cargo
This actually is the best song on here.
I'm counting this one and not Young and Menace by three reasons:
1) From all the post hiatus FOB singles this one is the worst, it doesn't even feel like an actual song and it feels more like a boring commercial tier song, just compare to any other FOB song that came out before and the difference will be big
2) As many flops SRNR had, at least they knew how to make some songs had energy and can be labeled as rock (Where Did the Party Go and the title track as main examples) this one just feels like anything other random band would have made
3) Young and Menace was like a D-tier hit who only lasted for like... one weekend
I can't believe that Sellout Boy made some junk like that. Terrible song. No wonder why they suck. They went from whiny emo to garbage pop.
From all the post Viva La Vida Coldplay songs this one is the most boring out of them, even Adventures of a Lifetime or A Sky Full of Stars feel like better Coldplay songs, but this one is just like an extremely boring Maroon 5 softer track - Pato_cargo
The only "rock" song that mattered in 2019, it isn't as bad as most of the songs from this list, but it just tells about how little the charts actually care not only for rock as a genre but also as the quality, the most positive thing I can say to this song is that at least is not Maroon 5 or Imagine Dragons - Pato_cargo
This song is pretty good. One of U2’s best songs in my opinion.
I hope this is just a joke. There's no way it's a rock song. If you think that's a rock song, you might as well call Van Halen a grindcore band.