Milkshake with a side of skank

Kelis - Milkshake

This makes me think of two things: 1. I am actually in the mood for a milkshake. The only question is chocolate or vanilla? and 2. To get the idea for this video, they must have peeped in on every 15-year-old's wet dream.

This is the first time I've listened to more than 20 seconds of this song. I had no idea that 20 seconds was pretty much the entire song.

The Numa Numa song & The Rihanna Hack

You're getting a double Earbleed with this one....

The actual name of this song is, "Dragostea din tei". Translated simply to "Hello".

I can't decide which version is more annoying: English or Romanian. But what I do know is, it wouldn't have reached such a high level of popularity if it wasn't for the Numa Numa kid; who, as a matter of fact, has his own Wiki page. Go figure that!

Now, not that this song was bad enough, T.I. and Rihanna took it upon their unoriginal selves to resample this song in theirs, "Live Your Life". I didn't think it would be possible for her to top her Earbleed "Umbrella" but she blew it out of the park with this train wreck.

Thongs gladly make my ears bleed

Sisqo - Thong Song


Yes, this song qualifies as an earbleed for the wakes it caused on and well after its release but in my personal opinion, it's pure awesome. I usually reference this kind of thing in discussions of the deterioration of hip-hop (e.g. the blatant use of scantily-dressed women dancing provocatively in place of actual talent) but I am also a heterosexual male who enjoys the sight of a firm, yet shapely, rear end straddled by a string thong on a ravishing, oiled up woman. I'm only human!

Coldplay - Viva La Vida *


I may upset a number of friends with this one but someone has to say it: Coldplay Sucks! I always had a problem with Coldplay. I always found to be widely generic, unoriginal and not particularly talented.

Take this earbleed for example, it's a hack. They stole the musical number and lyrical rhythm from a little-known band, "Creaky Boards". That explains the asterisk.

Here's my reference