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    Re: Cheesiest Ballads

    The Karate Kid picture is disturbing

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    Re: Cheesiest Ballads

    Quote Originally Posted by Red in Chicago View Post
    The Karate Kid picture is disturbing
    Yeah. The dude in the background makes it even more weird.

    I've gotta admit, I do love me some "Don't Stop Believin."
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    Meh. I don't do ballads.
    Now, if you will excuse me, I have some Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam's All Cried Out to listen to.

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    Re: Cheesiest Ballads

    At first glance I read "Ballads" without the second a and d.

    That would have made an entirely different thread.

    Bob Schweatty came to mind.


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    Re: Cheesiest Ballads

    "She's like the wind" by Patrick Swayze is the cheesiest of all time.
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    I almost forgot about the ballad that Lee Majors song about the bionic women...." Oh Jamie."
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrCinatit View Post
    Meh. I don't do ballads.
    Come on -- I thought everyone loved "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald."
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    Re: Cheesiest Ballads

    (Dis)Honorable mention







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    ^Those are some Bad Boy Ballads! Is there any other kind?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caveat Emperor View Post
    Come on -- I thought everyone loved "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald."

    That was not a ballade - it was an epic classic.

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    Re: Cheesiest Ballads

    "Don't Stop Believin'" is not a ballad. It's a mid-tempo rock song. More specifically, it's an *awesome* mid-tempo rock song.

    The cheesiest ballad ever is GNR's "November Rain". Nine and a half minutes of soppy self-indulgence. A grand piano. An orchestra. A choir. Slash playing a guitar solo while on fire. Mary Lou Retton doing cartwheels down the aisle of a church.

    Okay, some of those things never happened. But you just know Axl wanted all of them.
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    Afternoon Delight's pretty cheesy but the folks from Anchorman really gave it a little extra oomph.
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    No Bon Jovi? No Livin' on a Prayer?

    Actually when I was thinking of Ballads, I thought of Waylon Jennings.
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    Re: Cheesiest Ballads

    I don't know if Minnie Ripperton's "Loving you" is considered a ballad but it's about a cheesy a song as you can get,IMO.
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