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MONDAY SHITLIST, PIP 3: Get Your Knobs Off

Yes, I know it's Tuesday. Shut up, that's why.

Today's MONDAY SHITLIST: tell me five songs you hope you never hear again as long as you live. Now, the thing is, these can't be songs that you just think are overexposed, because those can be made fresh again by the workings of time. And they can't be songs that just happen to have a negative personal connotation for you. This is the SHITLIST, which means we just deal with the absolute dregs. These songs have to be complete and utter shit, songs that had no right to be written and perform no function other than to make you get rid of them once the opening notes sound.

So, go time: what songs are on your SHITLIST?
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