‘Rolling Stone’ Readers Pick Worst Songs Of The ’70s — Do You Agree?
Every decade produces a few bad eggs amongst the golden apples in music, and it’s pretty common for a hit song of the time to be deemed one of the worst years after its release. When we look back at the music we formerly loved during the height of its popularity, we often cringe thinking of how we could have ever liked that song.
Rolling Stone readers were put to the test to pick out those songs that now make us cringe listening back to them, and came up with the Worst Songs of the ’70s!
Click through the Top Ten Worst Songs of the ’70s as chosen by Rolling Stone readers and tell us, do you agree with their choices?
10. “Loving You” — [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Minnie Riperton[/lastfm]: 1975
Even thought this song was a No.1 hit for Minnie in 1975, it still made the list of worst songs of the ’70s, maybe because of Minnie’s ear-piercing vocal registers she hits in the song.