1. Sex Pistols- Manufacted by Malcolm McLaren. They were basically
talentless but very stage-managed. They had maybe two decent songs "Anarchy" and "God Save the Queen", but when you compare them to the Clash it's like comparing Kid Rock to Beastie Boys; one has a smidgen of talent and new ideas and the others are the real thing. The band's reunion tour shred whatever integrity or punk attitude they had left and made me respect the Clash more for refusing to do one.
2 Oasis - Beatles Wanna-bes. I'll take the original any day.
3. Puff Daddy/P. Diddy. He has no lyrical ability and is so pretentious and self-important in everything he makes Donald Trump seem modest.)
4. Fleetwood Mac. There are "rumors" they were good. Those rumors are wrong.
5. Nirvana - I know many may disagree about that choice but that's ok. Their music was ok but not the brilliance many have made it. Other bands - Pearl Jam, for one - had better lyrics and music but didn't get nearly as much credit and critical praise as Nirvana did.