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100 Worst Songs of Modern Pop Culture

Disco Duck Highest Billboard Position:#1 in 1976
She BangsHighest Billboard Position:Uncharted in 2003
MacarenaHighest Billboard Position:#1 in 1996
We Built This CityHighest Billboard Position:#1 in 1985
FridayHighest Billboard Position:#58 in 2011
Muskrat LoveHighest Billboard Position:#4 in 1976
Seasons in the SunHighest Billboard Position:#1 in 1974
Axel F.Highest Billboard Position:#50 in 2005
Feelings Highest Billboard Position:#6 in 1975
(You’re) Having My BabyHighest Billboard Position:#1 in 1974
ConvoyHighest Billboard Position:#1 in 1976
Pacman FeverHighest Billboard Position:#9 in 1982
Mr. RobotoHighest Billboard Position:#3 in 1983
Achy Breaky HeartHighest Billboard Position:#4 in 1992 One has to wonder if Billy Ray Cyrus had not added “achy breaky” to a little known song called “Don’t Tell My Heart” if it would have been such a hit. This lyrical infusion of cheese combined with the best mullet in music history helped to propel the country song to the musical rarity of crossover pop success. Unfortunately…

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  • 31. Horace Grant
    31. Horace Grant
    Horace Grant was not a stat accumulator; he was a winner.  After a stellar career at Clemson University where he was named ACC MVP, Grant was selected as the tenth pick of the 1987 draft.  Grant was a key member of the first three title runs the Bulls had in the early 90's.  He was the 3rd option on offense but…
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