When it comes to striking the big time, no matter, the artist or brand, every one of them has a song to thank for their flourishing career. Whether it turned them into one hit admiration or started them on their way of life to success, artistic creation is constantly in the entry for the run that will springiness them superstar status. Singers spoken about hating their biggest hits find those life0changing hits. But just because these songs helped them hit the big time, doesn’t mean they are the lover of them. Below is the artists who can’t stand their biggest tunes.
Radiohead – Creep
At on point or another, every member of Radiohead has taken playful the massive 1992 hit, but none have been more instrumental than lead singer Thom Yorke. The singer has antecedently said he nicknamed the song “Crap” and scorn being a favorite of their set database until the late 1990s, the band beat of it and eventually amalgamate to play it. In 1997, when a group in Montreal chanted for the band to play the song Yorke popularly screamed back, “F**k off, we are tired of it.”
After years of refusing to execute the song, the band’s inclination towards Creep finally look to have melted. York Told Rolling Stone in June:
“It can be cool sometimes, but other times I want to stop halfway through and be like, ‘Nah, this isn’t happening.’”
James Blunt – You Are Beautiful
Blunt’s 2005 hit might have inverted his debut album ‘Back to Bedlam’ into the UK’s highest-selling record album of the 2000s, but the singer himself can’t place it.
In March, he speaking to Huffington Post, the singer addressed the hit, admitting in popularity has turned it for him.
“Too much of a good thing turns into a bad thing eventually, and it got a lot of airplay, and it doesn’t take much to work out that kind of thing. I love hamburgers, but if you give me a hamburger for every meal I’m gonna tire of it.”
“Is it an annoying song? No, it’s not, unless it’s shoved down your f**king throat a s**tload,”
In spite of Blunt shunning the song, he is never shy about discussing his fans’ love-hate relationship with the hit.
Led Zeppelin – Stairway to Heaven
It might be appreciated as one of the greatest songs of all time but, the band’s principal singer Robert Plant has always struggled with singing the 1971 hit. Plant told the Los Angeles Times in 1988:
“I’d break out in hives if I had to sing that song in every show.”
“I wrote those lyrics and found that song to be of some importance and consequence in 1971, but 17 years later, I don’t know.”
His icy sentiment towards the song had not melted by 2002 when he committed $1000 to a US radio installation so it would never play Stairway to Heaven again.
Madonna – Like a Virgin and Holiday
While Madonna has had plentifulness of top hits, there is no contravene she is best known for ‘Like A Virgin and Holiday.’
And while her followers apparently love the catchy tunes, the singer herself is not more than of a fan.
“I am not sure I can sing Holiday or Like a Virgin ever again,”
She unconcealed during 2008 said with Z100 Radio.
“I just can’t unless somebody paid me, like, $30 million or something.”
She stated in a 2009 interview:
“For some reason, people think that when you go to a restaurant or you are going shopping that you want to hear one of your own songs. It’s usually Like a Virgin and that is the one I don’t want to hear.”
Miley Cyrus – Wrecking Ball and Party in the USA
Most contents of Miley Cyrus as a Disney had been until she dropped Party in the USA and established she could have a great hit outside of the House of Mouse.
But disdain the strain becoming one of the largest hits of 2009, Cyrus herself has the pretty relaxed feel about the song. She told MileyWorld in 2009:
“Honestly, I picked that song because I needed something to go with my clothing line.”
“I didn’t write it [and] I didn’t expect it to be popular, originally. It was just something that I wanted to do and I needed some songs and it turned out for the best.”
Speaking to ‘The Zach Sang Show’ in May, the 24-year-old singer admitted that be holding herself swing naked on a demolition ball and lick a maul unsurprisingly still haunts her.
“That’s something you can’t take away … swinging around naked on a wrecking ball lives forever. Once you do that in the mess that I did, it’s forever.”
“I’m never living that down. I will always be the naked girl on a wrecking ball. No matter how much I just frolic with Emu, I’m always the naked girl on the wrecking ball … I should have thought how long that was going to have to follow me around.”
Frank Sinatra – Strangers in the Night
The song became Sinatra’s first act one hit in 11 years and sat on the charts for humongous 15 weeks but contempt the fans intelligible loving the coroner’s version, few fine art are as vocal about lid their own songs than Sinatra schmooze about Strangers In The Night.
In one audience, Sinatra called the 1966 song a “Piece of s**t and the worst f**king song I’ve ever heard.”
In1990, the singer, introduced it before a performance in New York City says:
“Here’s a song, the first time I heard Don Costa played it for me some years ago. I hated it! I hated this goddamn song the first I’ve heard it. And I still hate it! So sue me, shoot bullets through me. Shoot.”