This weekend, the new James Bond movie, “Quantum of Solace,” opened. We’ve already been raving about the spy’s new lady, Olga Kurylenko, but now we want to rant a little about the theme song. Jack White and Alicia Keyes are both totally awesome in their own right. Jack is the hottest guitar licker of his generation and Alicia’s been kickin’ butt on keyboards since she was a teen. Yet, somehow, when they sing together on the new Bond theme, “Another Way To Die,” it’s like nails on a chalkboard. For the record, the track is hot! It’s just the vocal combo in the chorus that will stop the song from being as big a hit as the movie. Alas, sometimes, two heads just aren’t better than one. But don’t worry, Jack and Alicia, there are duets far, far worse than yours by artists of the highest caliber. So, in honor of those terrible twosomes, here are The Frisky’s Five Worst Duets, after the jump…
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The video debuted tonight on “20/20″ and aside from the annoying, weird limo driver scene towards the end, I like it! I missed Britney y’all. I really did. Even though I thought it was bad ass when she shaved her head, I’m glad her hair has grown back and her meds have kicked in and she seems all calm. And I’m glad that despite the ups and down, Brit still manages to make music that makes me want to dance around my apartment in my underwear. Keep reading »
1. Janet Jackson, “If” You may be saying to yourself, “Wait, why not ‘Rhythm Nation’?” Because everyone assumes that “Rhythm Nation” is Janet’s best dance video, but it’s not. “If” is much dirtier. See for yourself.
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Let me just start this post off by saying that you should probably listen to the above video with your headphones on if you’re at home or in the company of small, impressionable children, especially ones that enjoy The Muppet Show. Behold, one of the greatest video dubs ever — Miss Piggy and the rest of her crew rocking out to the splendid Peaches’ tune “F*ck The Pain Away”. Kermit has never felt such a mighty lust coming his way. Keep reading »