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The Worst - Transatlantic Death Songs download album

  • Performer: The Worst
  • Album: Transatlantic Death Songs
  • FLAC: 1701 mb | MP3: 1432 mb
  • Released: 2015
  • Style: Experimental, Indie Rock, Industrial, Lo-Fi, Folk Rock
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 212
The Worst  - Transatlantic Death Songs download album

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This album, where do I start? One thing is that it has the worst song of all time on it, Stupid Hoe (which is supposed to be a "diss track") All the other songs give me ten different types of AIDS too. There's no good song on this. I listened to it, and then I proceeded to throw it into a bonfire. Seriously, this album makes Day69 look like Illmatic. However, the last track is what REALLY sinks this album. This song's pretty much been thrashed to death everywhere else on the internet, so I won't say much here. Anyone who's heard that song understands.

One of the ten songs on this album is "Silent Night/We All Need Some Light" and on this instrumental track The Prog World Orchestra is composed of the four members of Transatlantic

Transatlanticism is the fourth studio album by indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie, released on October 7, 2003, by Barsuk Records. The band's second concept album, Transatlanticism features a theme set around long-distance love. The first two singles, "The New Year" and "The Sound of Settling", reached number 86 and 84, respectively, on the UK Singles Chart.

Every Metallica album ranked from worst to best. Metallica albums run the gamut from the album that redefined thrash metal to that ill-advised collaboration – here we look back on their back catalogue from worst to best. Of the ‘new’ songs recorded in 1998, Skynyrd’s Tuesday’s Gone, Bob Seger’s Turn The Page and BOC’s Astronomy work best, while the lunk-headed yet inexplicably popular cover of Whiskey In The Jar verges on the embarrassing.

The songs may rock, the singers may scream, the solos may impressively shred. But what the hell is happening with these album covers? Oh, and warning - a few of these verge on the NSFW. All of them however verge on the terribl. rev Page 1 of 51 Next. Prev Page 1 of 51 Next. Look at the bitchin' clothes Mom got us at the rock store! She even named our band too!" Cinderella - Night Songs.

Death Cab’s early appeal resided in Gibbard’s transportive writing and the emotional heft of the band’s sonic landscapes and their combined ability to connect and latch on to listeners’ personal memories. It’s those very assets that seem to have frozen the band in mid-aughts carbonite. But we’d feel pretty uncomfortable if a nearly 40-something Gibbard was still singing, You’d skip your early classes, And we’d learn how our bodies worked, right? In the gallery above, we attempt to compartmentalize our nostalgia to assess Death Cab for Cutie’s eight studio albums from Worst to First

It was so much fun we decided to continue the discussion here, with a look at some of the contenders for worst songs of all time, and why they stick in our craw  . Some of these worst songs of all time are by people who are undisputedly great artists. The bar has been set so high that when they release something cloying and clueless and terrible it makes it way, way worse.

Look, Death Magnetic is fine. There are a lot of reasons to dislike this album. It sounds terrible, and not in a super kvlt black metal sort of way, and the songs themselves are mostly cringe-worthy dad takes on the aggro metal of the early 2000s. It's the sound of men who never had to grow up suddenly confronted with their own imploding egos. It's a total mess but at least it's interesting, which is more than I can say for Death Magnetic


1 Seconds, Hours, Days 5:50
2 The Worst 5:13
3 Grow, Then Self-Destruct 5:06
4 Saints, It's Alright 5:54
5 The Alternate Chaos 5:00
6 I May Be 5:38
7 Even Less 5:38
8 A New Life 6:39
9 False Friend 4:20
10 Useless 4:32


  • Guitar – Arnaud Ivan Sponar
  • Lead Vocals – Michael Frei