|The Department Store Radio|
I have worked at a Department store for two years. The Department Store Radio has a powerful ability to make you hate bands you liked, like bands you hate, and make you continue to hate bands you hate. These are the artists I hear the most.
An instance of "always hated" this band probably gets the most airplay, playing three songs by them: photograph, never gonna be alone, and that how you remind me song. I find myself when I'm in the back room shamelessly mocking Chad's disgusting, gravelly voice.
|2||He Is We|
Happily Ever After is a rather annoying song. Don't get me wrong, I think Rachel from that band is a real sweetheart and I like a lot of other songs by her, but this one drives me insane.
|3||Mumford & Sons|
I found out about them via the department store radio. Somehow, the uncensored version slipped onto the radio and when the phrase "I really fucked it up this time" was played on the speakers, old people would start shaking their heads in disgust.
|4||The Avett Brothers|
One of the newest bands on the radio and a band I've learned to like. Kick Drum Heart is their song that gets endless rotation. Its funny to see some of the customers look around in shock when the end part with the screaming kicks in on that song.
When I first started working there, they played One Thing which was their most tolerable song, then they replaced that with Paralyzer, which in my opinion is one of the worst songs ever created. Fuck this band.
An alright band, but they only play Wonderwall, a song that makes me want to kill myself.
CUZ AAAHHMM WALKEN IN MEMPHIS
I just wanna be okay, be okay, be okay is one one of the most obnoxious phrases to get stuck in your head.
|9||Far East Connection|
Uh Oh Here We Go, its that fucking obnoxious cavalcade of asians.
When you're stuck in a department store for eight hours, the song Vacation becomes very relevant.
And I feel like I just got home...
Complicated gets endless rotation here...
They play so many songs by her, I've learned that they are all the same lyrical premise.
I used to like this band, but that hey soul sister song getting endless rotation on my radio is the worse.
I used to not mind Fireflies when I first heard it, but now I just want to throw up.