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July 14, 2006

The worst song on a near perfect album

I don't mean to preview my best album list for tomorrow, but Rolling Stone had a list of the worst songs on the best albums that I couldn't resist commenting on. They suggest:

The Beatles, “Maxwell’s Silver Hammer” on Abbey RoadThe Who, “Squeeze Box” on The Who By NumbersThe Police, “Be My Girl - Sally” on Outlandos D’AmourThe Velvet Underground, “The Gift” on White Light/White HeatJames Brown, “Spinning Wheel” on Sex MachineLed Zeppelin, “In The Light” on Physical GraffitiPink Floyd, “Waiting for the Worms” on The WallSimon & Garfunkel, “Voices of Old People” on BookendsAC/DC, “Let Me Put My Love Into You” on Back In BlackRun-DMC, “Perfection” on Raising Hell
I completely agree with Maxwell's Silver Hammer, but I'd say that, without a doubt, the worst song on a near perfect album is "Thorn Tree in the Garden" by Derek and the Dominos on Layla.What's your opinion?