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Disappointing Facts About Popular Music (12 pics)

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  • 13 Oct, 2011  |
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Creed has sold more records in the US than Jimi Hendrix

1 Disappointing Facts About Popular Music (12 pics)

Led Zeppelin, REM, and Depeche Mode have never had a number one single, Rihanna has 10


2 Disappointing Facts About Popular Music (12 pics)

Ke$ha's “Tik-Tok” sold more copies than ANY Beatles single


3 Disappointing Facts About Popular Music (12 pics)

Flo Rida's “Low” has sold 8 million copies – the same as The Beatles' “Hey Jude”


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The Black Eyed Peas' “I Gotta Feeling” is more popular than any Elvis or Simon & Garfunkel song


5 Disappointing Facts About Popular Music (12 pics)

Celine Dion's “Falling Into You” sold more copies than any Queen, Nirvana, or Bruce Springsteen record




6 Disappointing Facts About Popular Music (12 pics)

Same with Shania Twain's “Come On Over”


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Katy Perry holds the same record as Michael Jackson for most number one singles from an album


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Barbra Streisand has sold more records (140 million) than Pearl Jam, Johnny Cash, and Tom Petty combined


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People actually bought Billy Ray Cyrus' album “Some Gave All…” 20 million people. More than any Bob Marley album


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The cast of “Glee” has had more songs chart than the Beatles


11 Disappointing Facts About Popular Music (12 pics)

This guy exists.


12 Disappointing Facts About Popular Music (12 pics)

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№1 Author: miscellaneous (13 Oct 2011 01:42) Total user comments: 4179


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now I'm depressed again 02
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№2 Author: DocMcCoy (13 Oct 2011 01:54) Total user comments: 6039


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Why is Barbara Streisand in there? 13 Some times you guys get dumb. 05
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№3 Author: thalesrock (13 Oct 2011 01:55) Total user comments: 49


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№4 Author: Batman (13 Oct 2011 01:56) Total user comments: 593


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i hope he/she stop existing
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№5 Author: AlienShooter (13 Oct 2011 02:16) Total user comments: 1199


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№6 Author: noxusrules (13 Oct 2011 02:51) Total user comments: 1052


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I think that this problem it's actually a media issue... Before the artist didn't have the marketing and publicity campaigns that artists have nowdays 51
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№7 Author: plaidpancake (13 Oct 2011 04:21) Total user comments: 2475


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i have no faith left in humanity 17
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№8 Author: nadheer77 (13 Oct 2011 06:19) Total user comments: 236


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№9 Author: Zerguet (13 Oct 2011 07:20) Total user comments: 32


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I don't want to live on this planet anymore
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№10 Author: Withering Anubis (13 Oct 2011 08:00) Total user comments: 192


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Please kill me now.
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№11 Author: HisGoddess4ever (13 Oct 2011 08:26) Total user comments: 268


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That's it! I'm moving to Mars!!
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№12 Author: Naphia (13 Oct 2011 08:53) Total user comments: 1071


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Everybody has his own music taste. But I don't see what should make "Tik-Tok" and "Low" (two very annoying song in my opinion) more popular than the Beatles (who made great music). But that's just my opinion.

Personally I think there are more people who still listen to R.E.M., Queen etc. than to semi-good pop music. The newer songs and artist may be forgotten in a few years, but the bands mentioned above made classics and if we still listen to them today, we will still listen to them in ten years.
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№13 Author: Hypertension (13 Oct 2011 09:27) Total user comments: 1186


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I think we need another Mark D Chapman for that Bieber.


do i unscrupulous ?
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№14 Author: Keta (13 Oct 2011 09:45) Total user comments: 384


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Welcome to the 21st century of pop teen music. And as Naphia said, these new "hits" will be forgotten (thank God) and the classics will remain.
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№15 Author: joe_smoothee (13 Oct 2011 10:10) Total user comments: 363


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RIP John Lennon
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№16 Author: quackers (13 Oct 2011 10:47) Total user comments: 4830


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Yes very Disappointing to some,
you can`t change peoples taste in Music some of the Music i`ve been into over the years
has been a little iffy to say the least....
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№17 Author: Eek-a (13 Oct 2011 11:13) Total user comments: 315


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the cast of glee have charted more songs than the Beatles 35 iv never heard any of there songs.Guess im lucky!
Grim post.....but better than various apple fanboy posts that AC has upped recently.
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№18 Author: Jinxaruny (13 Oct 2011 11:18) Total user comments: 10324


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Very interesting...
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№19 Author: Lord Dodo (13 Oct 2011 12:20) Total user comments: 2064


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Sadly true, all of them.

But, the losers in these comparisions here make better music 26 21
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№20 Author: thesoulshaker (13 Oct 2011 14:04) Total user comments: 1384


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№21 Author: Gi-Joe (13 Oct 2011 15:18) Total user comments: 960


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I believe the only reason people like Rhianna and Lady Gaga and Katy Perry have so many hits is because the music gets old too fast. They have to keep pumping out hits to keep peoples interest up.
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№22 Author: hof (13 Oct 2011 15:27) Total user comments: 200


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that's because the world population when music was bearable was about 4billion, today the population doubled, about 7-8billion. and for some reason the additional new people have shitty taste in music.
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№23 Author: Lu (13 Oct 2011 16:26) Total user comments: 15082


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In my days, the Beatles were considered by some to be 'Demons straight from the pits of hell' Today they look more like ministers of some congregation compared to the songs of 'fly-by-nights' of today.
Yes, the classics will remain.
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№24 Author: Paulo (13 Oct 2011 18:29) Total user comments: 36


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Just because they've sold more or had more number ones, does not make them better.
10 years from now who's music will we still be listening too?
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№25 Author: Louie (13 Oct 2011 21:43) Total user comments: 8189


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hehe, it's not disappointing for music, it's disappointing for humanity.
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№26 Author: undeathvox (13 Oct 2011 22:37) Total user comments: 179


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№27 Author: polo (13 Oct 2011 23:52) Total user comments: 174


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Compare that right now we are at around 7 billion people, back then it was at around 4-5 billion?
Also we have the internet and CD's. Back then music could only be bought other ways.
Its a bad comparison in my opinion.
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№28 Author: YeahRight (14 Oct 2011 00:28) Total user comments: 1632


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№29 Author: nellybre (14 Oct 2011 14:15) Total user comments: 808


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hmmm why celine, shania and barbara ? they're here for a long time... I don't think their music will be forgotten..
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№30 Author: mahedi (16 Oct 2011 10:52) Total user comments: 10772


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