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I always thought the worst song ever recorded was Starship’s “We Built This City”. . . but apparently I was wrong.  Three scientists have crafted what THEY believe is the worst song of all time.

This was done back in 1997 by three scientists, Vitaly Komar, Alex Melamid and David Soldier. They based it on a survey where people listed the elements of a song that they would hate the most.  Their answers included “cowboy lyrics” . . . a chorus of kids . . . bagpipe howls . . . bossanova synths . . . advertising slogans, and more.

So these science guys took all that and more, and jammed it into a 22-minute track that is truly horrifying.

It’s called “The Most Unwanted Song”, and it includes:

1.  An opera singer “rapping” text from philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein’s book “Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus”.

2.  A children’s choir chanting about various holidays like Christmas, Easter, and Yom Kippur . . . and urging celebrants to do all their shopping at Walmart.

3.  Bagpipes

4.  The same opera singer rapping about “cowboy living.”

5.  An angry woman yelling into a bullhorn.

The group also produced The Most WANTED song, which you can listen to here!