Q Magazine- 50 Worst Albums Of All Time (!?!@%)

By Nowywav027 Nowywav027
updated about 1 month ago

List compiled from Rocklist.net, Q Magazine Issue # 238- May 2006. The magazine picked the worst of the worst? Honestly, a half-assed attempt to list the plain obvious. Who compiled this?! This is exactly why lots of people get turned off by major publications. See for yourself and try to enjoy.

  1. Beck - Midnite Vultures

    Starting from Number #50, on down to the Number #1 (Loser!?). Their pick for this album is simply ridiculous!

  2. Neil Young & The Shocking Pinks - Everybody's Rockin'

    Number #49. Not one of his best, but worst? Nah. Try to listen to 1983's "Trans" or 1986's "Landing On Water" without feeling twitchy.

  3. Ozzy Osbourne - Under Cover

    Number #47. An Ozzy covers album. Yes, pretty freaking mediocre.

  4. Oasis (2) - Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants

    Number #46. Worst? I wouldn't have picked anything by them at all!

  5. William Shatner - The Transformed Man

    Number #45. To say this one is different is an understatement.

  6. Kiss - (Music From) The Elder

    Number #44. Their worst? Maybe. Honestly, I'd say their worst albums are from 1984-1987. They are Animalize, Asylum and Crazy Nights. That's three reasons to cringe!

  7. Babylon Zoo - The Boy With The X-Ray Eyes

    Number #42. Not a great album, though I like Caffeine and the big hit Spaceman.

  8. Big Country - Under Cover

    Number #39. Scotland's Big Country covers album. Not perfect, though not that bad. Definitely not as awful as Number #47 (Ozzy covers album) or especially, their Number #1 pick!

  9. Shania Twain - Come On Over

    Number #37. Not a big Shania Twain fan, but this pick just doesn't make any sense!

  10. Puff Daddy - Forever

    Number #35. Yes, pretty lame!

  11. Fischerspooner - #1

    Number #34. Is it really that bad?!

  12. Billy Ray Cyrus - Some Gave All

    Number #33. Never liked him, never will.

  13. Ace Of Base - The Sign

    Number #32. Why this?! It's not their worst and it does not belong here!

  14. Stevie Wonder & Dionne Warwick - The Woman In Red - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

    Number #31. There are certainly worse soundtracks out there. I don't get it.

  15. Michael Jackson - Invincible

    Number #30. They should have left this man alone...period!

  16. Meco* - Christmas In The Stars: Star Wars Christmas Album

    Number #29. Funny and surprisingly entertaining? Ok, once in a while.

  17. Rolling Stones* - Dirty Work

    Number #28. Their worst? Ok, yes. This and "Black & Blue" (1976).

  18. Vanilla Ice - Hard To Swallow

    Number #26. Not his worst, though I don't like any of them.