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Why are people so negative to this chart? The chart contains a lot of Radiohead since they´re the best band in the world, it´s as simple as that. Even though you seem to have a slightly different music taste than me, it´s still a really decent chart as far as I´m concerned.
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lethalnezzle I feel sorry about your ignorance condition. I'm not a bullied teen and I know all of Radiohead's song catalogue. They're my favourite band. If "Creep" was the only song I knew, OK Computer wouldn't be at the TOP of the list as it's obviously not on that album. Seems like you put very little thought into your comment.
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In regards to the comment below, the subpar albums are obviously generational. This person is most likely a teenager and should therefore be cut a little bit of slack. Instead of ripping on Good Charlotte, why not suggest a better alternative? My guess: the good bands came courtesy of an older sibling or even parent possibly. Thus the old adage rings true: Listen to your elders!
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