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March Badness 2021

Vote: March Badness Final Four



Here it is, the moment you’ve all been waiting for: The March Badness Final Four.

All the pretenders have been eliminated. Of our original 32 albums, only the worst, most puketastic remain on the board. Your votes have gotten us this far, as you prepared to do your part and help send two of these albums to a final confrontation?

In the elite eight, Boston earned a hard-won victory over the immortal Shaggs through both the fan vote and Listography’s picks. Limp Bizkit easily won the fan vote, but was nearly sent packing after Jason and Kramzer voted against it. Only a final vote by Joe send Limp Bizkit to its rightful place in the Final Four. On the right side of the bracket, Corey Feldman’s Angelic 2 the Core swept through another strong opponent, taking out Liz Phair’s Funstyle in a blowout victory. Finally, Bon Jovi’s 2020 was never truly challenged by the Eagles reunion that nobody wanted, with only Jason dissenting against the fans, Joe and Kramzer.

So here we are.

Boston and Bizkit. Corey and Jovi. For a shot at that one shining moment and immortal glory. It’s win or go home.

These albums are so bad that there’s really no wrong answer.

Vote now on the album you think is WORSE.

Which Album is Worse?

  • Limp Bizkit - Results May Vary (58%, 89 Votes)
  • Boston - Life, Love & Hope (42%, 65 Votes)

Total Voters: 154

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Limp Bizkit has no artistic value. Bon Jovi has no excuse for this horrible album.

Ian Balentine

I give Feldman the edge as the better album solely based on that friggin’ awesome album cover!

The Croft

What the hell happened to Jon Bon Jovi’s voice. Has be been smoking 20 cigars a day for the last 30 years or something?


Loving the March Badness! Positively dying to know what LP Jason thinks does NOT belong on this list…..

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David Lawrence

Voter fraud! Scandal! Been following this tourney…sought to perform my civic duty and clicked on the Vote link…only to find that selections had “already been made” without my knowledge or consent. No lies. Was my usmcfutball82 YouTube account breached? Are stodgy Boomers or ill-mannered Millennials stuffing ballot boxes?

Seriously though, has anyone else encountered this predicament. Very shady…

Robert Hardin

challenging decisions here! I feel like all 4 evoke a different emotion of badness for me. I’ll go into my reasons.

Limp Bizkit < Boston: the Boston emotion is shock. I can’t believe a band of that caliber (I’m not a fan, but objectively the 1st 2 albums are solid) made that mess over AN ELEVEN YEAR PERIOD??? but the Limp Bizkit album makes me angry. Durst is like the Dunning-Kruger of rock. maybe there’s some sort of Sex Pistols-esque ‘we set out to offend everyone’ idea at work, but I don’t care. that’s 70 minutes of my life I won’t get back—F*** YOU FRED!!!

I’m going against the crowd with Bon Jovi < Corey Feldman. JBJ’s emotion is embarrassment. I get the argument that his heart was in the right place, but…was it??? ‘hey people—WAKE UP!!! 2020 is a S*** SHOW! thought you all might want to listen to my s*** show for comfort!’ I much prefer to laugh at Corey’s deluded dumbness—at least for the 1st disc. by the 2nd disc it stops being funny. so I guess I’m saying embarrassed is worse than 1/2 funny, 1/2 bored.

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