Metallica, Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, entre outros, na lista de piores álbuns de rock de todos os tempos


Metallica, Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, entre outros, na lista de piores álbuns de rock de todos os tempos

É certo que bandas como AC/DC, Black Sabbath ou The Who alteraram de forma indelével a história do rock, em particular, e da música, no geral. Contudo, mesmo ícones como estes tiveram fases da sua carreira consideradas não tão boas.

O website teamrock.com criou recentemente uma lista com aqueles que considera serem os piores álbuns rock de todos os tempos, sendo que, na mesma, podemos encontrar não apenas estes mas também nomes como Bob Dylan ou The Doors.

De fora ficaram álbuns considerados, quase de forma unânime, como "péssimos" - como "Having Fun With Elvis On Stage", um álbum lançado em 1974 que consiste, apenas e só, em "piadas" ditas por Elvis Presley nos seus concertos, entre canções.

Quanto aos piores entre os piores, a publicação escolheu três: "St. Anger", do Metallica (foto) ("heavy metal horrível", escrevem), "Lulu", de Lou Reed com o Metallica ("art rock/heavy metal horrível"), e "Metal Machine Music", de Lou Reed ("art rock horrível"). 

Confira a lista completa e consulte o artigo original aqui.

Os piores álbuns de rock de todos os tempos, para a teamrock.com:

- AC/DC, Fly On The Wall (1985)
- Gene Simmons, Asshole (2004)
- Black Sabbath, Forbidden (1995)
- Michael Bolton, Soul Provider (1989)
- Bob Dylan & The Grateful Dead, Dylan And The Dead (1989)
- Mötley Crüe, Generation Swine (1997)
- Def Leppard, X (2002)
- Scott Weiland, The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year (2011)
- The Who, It's Hard (1981)
- Vários Artistas, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band: The Original Soundtrack (1978)
- Van Halen, Van Halen III (1988)
- The Doors, Other Voices (1971)
- Fleetwood Mac, Time (1995)
- Emerson, Lake And Palmer, Love Beach (1978)
- Creedence Clearwater Revival, Mardi Gras (1972)
- Billy Idol, Cyberpunk (1993)
- Neil Young, Everybody's Rockin' (1983)
- Metallica, St. Anger (2003), Lou Reed & Metallica, Lulu (2011) e Lou Reed, Metal Machine Music (1975)

(vi@TeamRock/Blitz)

Lou Reed - Metal Machine Music (Full Album)

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