50 Worst Albums Of All Time

The worst albums of all time

Hell is a seething mosh pit of unspeakable suffering, where the agonized shrieks of the damned echo forever. Here’s the soundtrack albums considered the worst by Maxim Magazine and Q Magazine.

The lists are always controversial, so is this one. Our criteria for picking these albums is a little odd. When picking the worst albums, we considered the singers or bands that made it to the Top 100 charts, and then somehow released a bad album that noone enjoyed listening. 

Editor’s Note: The below list is inspired from Maxim Magazine and Q Magazine. We also added our picks so our “Lists Of Bests’ 50 Worst Albums Of All Time” list came into existence.

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All Or Nothing

by Milli Vanilli

The Endless Dream

by Yanni & John Tesh

Under Cover

by Ozzy Osbourne

Music From the Elder

by Kiss


by Rem


by Yoko Ono

Peasants Pigs & Astronauts

by Kula Shaker

Definitive Collection

by Air Supply

Hold an Old Friend’s Hand

by Tiffany

Electric Youth

by Debbie Gibson

Ricky Martin

by Ricky Martin


by Ace of Base

Emotional Rescue

by Rolling Stones

(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?

by Oasis

Born Again

by Notorious Big

Look What the Cat Dragged In

by Poison

Hard to Swallow

by Vanilla Ice


by Pearl Jam

History Past, Present and Future Book I

by Michael Jackson


by Fischerspooner

Thank You

by Duran Duran

Metal Machine Music

by Lou Reed


by Billy Idol

Primitive Cool

by Mick Jagger

Tin Machine II

by Tin Machine

Neither Fish Nor Flesh

by Terence Trent D’Arby

Dylan & The Dead

by Bob Dylan

Standing on the Shoulder of Giants

by Oasis

Songs From The Capeman (1997 Concept Cast Album)

by Paul Simon


by Big Country

The Road to Hell: Part 2

by Chris Rea

Come on Over

by Shania Twain


by Puff Daddy

Destiny Fulfilled

by Destiny’s Child

To the Faithful Departed

by Cranberries

Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie

by Alanis Morissette

Cut the Crap

by The Clash


by Spice Girls

Some Gave All

by Billy Ray Cyrus


by Huey Lewis

Jesse & The 8th Street Kidz

by Jesse Camp


by Geri Halliwell

Allow Us to Be Frank

by Westlife

Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water

by Limp Bizkit

Saturnz Return (Limited Edition)

by Goldie

Streets in the Sky

by The Enemy

Return of Bruno

by Bruce Willis

Boy With the X-Ray Eyes

by Babylon Zoo

Everybody’s Rockin

by Neil Young

Midnite Vultures

by Beck


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